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State Protection & Advocacy Systems - FY 2012 Program Performance Report

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Individual Clients Served*

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Information from the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental
Disabilities Protection and Advocacy Agencies
FY 2012 Program Performance Report Individual Clients Served
P&A Clients
(beginning of FY 2012)
New Clients Total Clients
Alaska 41 47 88
Alabama 90 167 257
Arkansas 7 60 67
American
Samoa
11 29 40
Arizona 56 643 699
California 201 724 925
Colorado 65 44 109
Connecticut 26 12 38
District of Columbia 37 35 72
Delaware 68 166 234
Florida 192 305 497
Georgia 105 190 295
Guam 23 35 58
Hawaii 100 180 280
Iowa 12 72 84
Idaho 7 104 111
Illinois 255 590 845
Indiana 59 53 112
Kansas 90 176 266
Kentucky 157 127 284
Louisiana 140 70 210
Massachusetts 34 132 166
Maryland 113 152 265
Maine 57 192 249
Michigan 97 200 297
Minnesota 126 359 485
Missouri 131 168 299
Federated States of Micronesia 16 78 94
Mississippi 51 133 184
Montana 27 36 63
Native American P&A     32
North Carolina 44 146 190
North Dakota 114 405 519
Nebraska 21 20 41
New Hampshire 34 280 314
New Jersey 273 370 643
New Mexico 18 24 42
Nevada 47 71 118
New York 572 546 1,118
Ohio 233 731 964
Oklahoma 524 325 849
Oregon 57 67 124
Pennsylvania 153 870 1,023
Puerto Rico 449 819 1,268
Rhode Island 172 105 277
South Carolina 63 81 144
South Dakota 48 114 162
Tennessee 16 69 85
Texas 412 661 1,073
Utah 18 316 334
Virginia 34 147 181
Virgin Island 26 16 42
Vermont 80 210 290
Washington 7 260 267
Wisconsin 97 144 241
West Virginia 33 80 113
Wyoming 7 55 62
Total 5,946 12,211 18,189

Notes: Data source: P&A FY 2012 Program Performance Reports. AIDD does not collect P&A clients’ names or other privacy-related data. Each P&A reports their aggregated data to AIDD.

*For the purposes of the PPR (but not necessarily for determining a client-attorney relationship), an Individual client is an individual or group of individuals who meets three criteria: he/she is eligible for a specific P&A program; a file/service record has been opened which includes at least the name, address, age, race, disability, signed release of information form (if appropriate), the concern or complaint and the goal of the action to be taken; and he/she has been provided at least one significant service.


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