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1 The State of Ohio’s Children: The Impact of the Economic on Child Welfare in Ohio Center for Community Solutions 68 th Annual Human Services Institute April 16, 2010

2 Deborah Forkas, Director, Cuyahoga County Family and Children Services Greg Kapcar, Legislative Director, Public Children Services Association of Ohio

3 The State of Ohio’s Children: The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Child Welfare in Ohio

4 Chinese Word for CRISIS:

5 CONTEXT Big Picture Indicators Budget – state/local impact What does this mean for children/families? State/County projects and opportunities

6 Statewide Trends % Change Children in custody at least a day35,08326,85323% decrease Children in custody at year-end21,23914,28233% decrease Number of placement days7.8 million5.5 million29% decrease Children waiting for adoption5,3912,91546% decrease Reports of maltreatment101,136106,538 5% increase Big Picture Statewide

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9 43% 49% 8% ContextStatewide

10 Context 58% 35% 7% Cuyahoga

11 State Budget Budget ItemSFY State Child Protection Allocation $58.6 M (after ’09 cuts) Est $50.5 M for SCPA, no earmarks Est $50.5 M for SCPA, no earmarks

12 State Budget Budget ItemSFY Adoption Services $300/mo AA match and SAMS $240/mo state base for AA and SAMS, PASSS maintained

13 State Budget Budget ItemSFY Kinship Permanency Incentive (KPI) program $10 M TANF$5 M State GRF

14 State Budget Budget ItemSFY Child, Family and Adult Community & Protective Services (replaces lost TANF to Title XX Transfer $) $62 M TANF to Title XX Transfer $15 M; promise add’l $46 M from tobacco $

15 State Budget Budget ItemSFY Entitlement Administration- Local (aka IM Control) $130 M State GRF $87.3 M$80.2M

16 State Budget Budget ItemSFY TANF County Allocation (PRC) $326 M TANF$295.2 M$291.2 M

17 State Budget Budget ItemSFY Tangible Personal Property Tax (applies to all local levies) Hold harmless Hold harmless worth $11.2 M; permanent fix for lost local revenues vetoed by Gov

18 State Budget Budget ItemLoss over biennium SCPA-$16.2 M Adoption Services-$43 M KPI-$10 M TANF to Title XX-$94 M Entitlement Admin-Local-$92.5 M TANF Allocation-$65.6 M **TPP (Tax Year 2010) -$73.2 M (Children, Aging, Hmn Svc, MH, DD) TOTAL**-$304 M (excluding TPP loss)

19 Fewer resources vs greater demand Complex, multi-system cases Core services Reorganization Proactive Reform What does this mean for children and families

20 Alternative Response Data Tools for Child Welfare Leaders click ; click Family Engagement Statewide

21 Continuum of Support – Kinship Families Improve Permanency Outcomes – Fos Yth Flexible Funding CHIPS – Child In Need of Protective Services Legislation Statewide

22 Notes:  County

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