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Budget Summary FY2014

Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission
Data Current as of:  9/11/2013





FISCAL YEAR 2014 BUDGET TRACKING ($000)
Account  FY2014
House 1
FY2014
House Final
FY2014
Senate Final
FY2014
GAA
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 43,441 43,066 44,377 44,439
Independent Living Centers 005,6305,630
Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission 412417412417
Vocational Rehabilitation for the Disabled 10,10310,03710,08310,083
Employment Assistance 2,1752,1402,1752,175
Independent Living Assistance for the Multi Disabled 13,25013,1008,7618,731
Accessible Housing Placement and Registry for Disabled Persons 80808080
Living Independently for Equality 003030
Turning 22 Program and Services 798796798796
Home Care Services for the Multi Disabled 4,2814,2814,2814,281
Head Injury Treatment Services 12,34312,21612,12612,216
 
Federal Grant Spending93,890 86,754 87,730 87,459
Basic Vocational Rehabilitation Grant 46,08040,56840,56840,568
Vocational Rehabilitation Comprehensive Systems Personnel Development Training 007474
Supported Employment Services Grant 464417417417
Informed Members Planning and Assessing Choices Together 00169169
Social Security Admin Disability Determination Program 45,26743,69243,69243,692
Innovation Strategies for Transition Youth with Disabilities 00286286
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Implementation Grant 00293122
Independent Living Federal Funds 1,5801,5821,2891,582
ARRA - State Independent Living Services 00520
ARRA - Centers for Independent Living Recovery Act 0042180
State Grants for Assistive Technology 499496470470
 
Trust and Other Spending * 9,058 0 0 0
Vocational Rehabilitation for the Multi-Disabled Trust Fund 2,100000
Workforce Coordinating Grant Trust Account 24000
Employment Services Training 3000
Development of ESS Competencies/Training 30000
Head Injury Treatment Services Trust Fund 6,901000


* The Governor's budget is required to report on all spending by a department: budgetary, federal and trust. Legislative budgets do not report trust spending.