Brief Changes in State Financing of Child Welfare Services 1998 - 2000 by Funding Source
Rob Geen, Roseana Bess
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This 50-state table details changes in state spending on abused and neglected children between state fiscal years 1998 and 2000. It includes revenue from federal sources (Title IV-E, Title IV-B, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Social Security Block Grant, Medicaid, and Supplemental Security Income) and state and local spending. Collectively, states spent at least $20 billion on child welfare services in SFY 2000, a 20 percent increase from SFY 1998. The largest increase was seen in spending from federal funds, primarily TANF and Title IV-E, raising the federal share of total spending to 49 percent from 45 percent in SFY 1998.
Research Areas Social safety net Taxes and budgets Children and youth
Tags State programs, budgets Child welfare State and local tax issues