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FY 2016 ACL Budget Table

Administration for Community Living FY 2016 President’s Budget

Final enacted FY 2015 ACL Funding Budget Information by Program
and the difference between the FYs 2016 and 2015

PROGRAM FY 2015 FY 2016
Enacted President’s Budget +/- FY 2015

Health and Independence for Older Adults
Home & Community-Based Supportive Services

347,724

386,182

38,458

Nutrition Services

814,657

874,557

59,900

Congregate Nutrition Services (non-add)

438,191

458,091

19,900

Home-Delivered Nutrition Services (non-add)

216,397

236,397

20,000

Nutrition Services Incentive Program (non-add)

160,069

160,069

--

Nutrition Innovations (non-add)

--

20,000

20,000

Preventive Health Services

19,848

19,848

--

Chronic Disease Self-Management Education [PPHF]

8,000

8,000

--

Falls Prevention [PPHF]

5,000

5,000

--

Native American Nutrition & Supportive Services

26,158

29,100

2,942

Aging Network Support Activities

9,961

9.961

--

Holocaust Survivor Assistance (non-add)

2,500

2,500

--

Subtotal, Health and Independence

1,231,348

1,332,648

101,300


Caregiver & Family Support Services
Family Caregiver Support Services

145,586

150,586

5,000

Family Support

--

15,000

15,000

Native American Caregiver Support Services

6,031

6,800

769

Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program

3,800

3,800

--

Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative—Services [PPHF]

10,500

10,500

--

Lifespan Respite Care

2,360

5,000

2,640

Subtotal, Caregiver & Family

168,277

191,686

23,409


Protection of Vulnerable Adults
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

15,885

15,885

--

Prevention of Elder Abuse & Neglect

4,773

4,773

--

Senior Medicare Patrol Program

8,910

8,910

--

Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control [HCFAC] 1/

8,710

8,710

--

Elder Rights Support Activities

7,874

28,874

21,000

Elder Justice (non-add)

4,000

25,000

21,000

Subtotal, Vulnerable Adults

46,152

67,152

21,000


Disability Programs, Research & Services
State Councils on Developmental Disabilities

71,692

71,692

--

Developmental Disabilities Protection and Advocacy

38,734

38,734

--

University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities

37,674

38,619

945

Projects of National Significance

8,857

14,500

5,643

Youth Transitions (non-add)

--

5,000

5,000

National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research 3/

103,970

108,000

4,030

Independent Living 3/

101,183

106,183

5,000

Subtotal, Disability Programs

362,110

377,728

15,618


Consumer Information, Access & Outreach
Aging and Disability Resource Centers

6,119

20,000

13,881

State Health Insurance Assistance Program

52,115

52,115

--

Voting Access for People withDisabilities (HAVA)

4,963

4,963

--

Assistive Technology 3/

33,000

31,000

(2,000)

Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative—Communications Campaign [PPHF]

4,200

4,200

--

National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information

--

1,000

1,000

Limb Loss Resource Center

2,800

2,810

10

Paralysis Resource Center

6,700

6,700

--

Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act [TRA/BBA]2/

8,750

--

(8,750)

Subtotal, Consumer Information

118,647

122,788

4,141


Program Administration 4/

37,709

40,063

2,354


Subtotal, Program Level


1,964,243


2,132,065


167,822


Less: Funds From Mandatory Sources
HCFAC Wedge Funds 1/

(8,710)

(8,710)

--

Prevention & Public Health Fund (ACA)

(27,700)

(27,700)

--

Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act 2/

(8,750)

--

8,750



Total, Discretionary Budget Authority



1,919,083



2,095,655



176,572


Notes:

1/ $8,710,146 is a placeholder amount in FY 2016. The Secretary and Attorney General will determine the final amount.

2/ Includes funding for ADRCs, AAAs, and the National Center for Benefits Outreach Enrollment. Funding for the SHIPs is appropriated to CMS and administered by ACL through an Intra-Departmental Delegation of Authority (IDDA).

3/ Funding for FY 2015 reflects the estimated annualized amount for programs transferred from the Department of Education to ACL by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. For FY 2016, ACL is requesting funding for these programs directly.

4/ Funding for FY 2015 includes the estimated annualized amount for program administration transferred from the Department of Education to ACL for WIOA programs, based on a determination order between the Department of Education and ACL. For FY 2016, ACL is requesting these funds directly.


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