Overview of Georgia’s 2016 Fiscal Year Human Services Budget

More for Child Welfare, but Other Services Still in Need

The governor’s $547 million human services budget proposed for the 2016 fiscal year makes strategic additions to help protect Georgia’s children and adults, but falls short of meeting the many different needs of its growing population. The spending plan promises to take a solid step to meet Georgia’s child welfare needs, but more money is required to better serve children in foster care and
the elderly.  Download the full report.

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