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FY 2015 ACL Budget Table

Administration for Community Living FY 2015 President’s Budget

Final FY 2013 and enacted FY 2014 ACL Funding Budget Information by Program
and the difference between the FYs 2015 and 2014

PROGRAM FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015
Final Enacted President’s Budget +/- FY 2014

Health and Independence
Home & Community-Based Supportive Services

347,724

347,724

347,724

--

Congregate Nutrition Services

416,104

438,191

438,191

--

Home-Delivered Nutrition Services

205,489

216,397

216,397

--

Nutrition Services Incentive Program

146,718

160,069

160,069

--

Preventive Health Services

19,849

19,848

19,848

--

Chronic Disease Self-Management Education [PPHF]

7,086

8,000

8,000

--

Falls Prevention [PPHF]

--

5,000

5,000

--

Senior Community Service Employment Program

424,805

434,371

380,000

(54,371)

Native American Nutrition & Supportive Services

26,157

26,158

26,158

--

Aging Network Support Activities

7,432

7,461

7,461

--

Subtotal, Health and Independence

1,601,364

1,663,219

1,608,848

(54,371)


Caregiver Services
Family Caregiver Support Services

145,586

145,586

145,586

--

Native American Caregiver Support Services

6,031

6,031

6,031

--

Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program 5/

3,786

3,800

3,800

--

Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative—Services [PPHF]

--

10,500

10,500

--

Lifespan Respite Care 5/

2,351

2,360

2,360

--

Subtotal, Caregiver Services

157,754

168,277

168,277

--


Protection of Vulnerable Adults
Elder Justice Initiative/APS

2,000

--

25,000

25,000

Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

15,885

15,885

15,885

--

Prevention of Elder Abuse & Neglect

4,773

4,773

4,773

--

Senior Medicare Patrol Program

8,875

8,910

8,910

--

Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control [HCFAC] 1/

10,847

6,590

10,710

4,120

Elder Rights Support Activities

3,859

3,874

3,874

--

Subtotal, Vulnerable Adults

46,239

40,032

69,152

29,120


Developmental Disabilities Programs
State Councils on Developmental Disabilities

70,555

70,876

70,876

--

Protection and Advocacy

38,559

38,734

38,734

--

University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities

36,602

36,769

36,769

--

Projects of National Significance 3/

8,828

8,880

8,880

--

Youth Transitions Initiative

--

--

5,000

5,000

Subtotal, Developmental Disabilities

154,544

155,259

160,259

5,000


Consumer Information, Access & Outreach
Aging and Disability Resource Centers [Discretionary]

6,095

6,119

--

(6,119)

Aging and Disability Resource Centers [Mandatory] 2/

9,490

9,280

20,000

10,720

Voting Access for People withDisabilities (HAVA)

4,961

4,963

4,963

--

Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative—Communications Campaign [PPHF]

150

4,200

4,200

--

State Health Insurance Assistance Program

46,040

52,115

52,115

--

National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information 3/

86

--

1,000

1,000

Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act [TRA/BBA] 4/

23,725

12,500

--

(12,500)

Paralysis Resource Center 5/

6,352

6,700

6,700

--

Subtotal, Consumer Information,
Access & Outreach

96,899

95,877

88,978

(6,899)


White House Conference on Aging


--


--


3,000


3,000

Holocaust Survivor Assistance Fund

--

--

5,000

5,000


Program Administration


28,064


30,035


30,035


--


Subtotal, Program Level


2,084,864


2,152,699


2,133,549


(19,150)


Less: Funds From Mandatory Sources
HCFAC Wedge Funds 1/

(10,847)

(6,590)

(10,710)

(4,120)

ACA Direct Appropriations

(9,576)

(9,280)

--

9,280

ADRC Mandatory Funding

--

--

(20,000)

(20,000)

Prevention & Public Health Fund (ACA)

(9,236)

(27,700)

(27,700)

--

Taxpayer Relief Act/Bipartisan Budget Act 4/

(23,725)

(12,500)

--

12,500

PHS Evaluation Fund 5/

--

--

(12,860)

(12,860)


Total, Discretionary Budget Authority



2,031,480



2,096,629



2,062,279



(34,350)


Notes:

1/ $10,710,000 is a placeholder amount for FY 2015. The Secretary and Attorney General will determine the final amount.

2/ Mandatory funding for ADRCs was provided by the Affordable Care Act in FY 2013 and FY 2014. The FY 2015 request is for new mandatory funding.

3/ Funding for this program was provided by the Affordable Care Act in FY 2013, but unobligated balances were rescinded by the Taxpayer Relief Act (save for obligations through January 3, 2013). The FY 2015 request is for discretionary funding.

4/ Includes funding for SHIPs, ADRCs, AAAs, and the National Center for Benefits Outreach Enrollment.

5/ For FY 2015, these funds are requested from amounts under section 241 of the Public Health Service Act.


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