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Thursday, January 21, 2016

An Introduction to Child Welfare Funding Where does the money come from?

An Introduction to Child Welfare Funding, and How States Use It | Child Trends:

Where does the money come from?

Funding for child welfare services, supports, and programs comes from a combination of federal and state or local dollars. Historically, about half of annual child welfare expenditures ($12.7 billion out of $28.2 billion in SFY 2012) have been from federal sources, and our most recent estimates predict similar ratios for SFY 2014. While the remaining half of child welfare expenditures come from state and local sources (10.9 billion and $4.6 billion respectively, in SFY 2012), much more is known about expenditures of federal dollars, due to the highly regulated nature of the funding streams.

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