Foster Care Liberty
Liberty/Chatham Counties of Georgia
According to Murray (2000) although the Department of Health and Human Services (DFCS) is the principle federal agency that funds child welfare services, eight other federal agencies also fund programs related to child welfare. Funding is then provided to states, community-based organizations, academic institutions, and other grantees. The states must then match federal funding with their own spending. It is then dispersed within the local counties of that state. The title IV-B accounts for 5 percent of all federal child welfare spending. The Title IV-E represents the largest source of child welfare funding accounting for 48 percent of all federal child welfare funding. It is estimated that the federal Foster Care expenditures to be $4.6 billion in FY 2003. The maintenance payments usually account for about half of the IV-E Foster Care expenditures, with placement, administrative, and training costs accounting for the other half.
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