2024 Session

Budget Amendments - HB30 (Floor Approved)

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Brain Injury Services Providers

Item 314 #1h

Item 314 #1h

First Year - FY2025 Second Year - FY2026
Health and Human Resources
Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services FY2025 $775,000 FY2026 $775,000 GF

Page 377, line 42, strike "$107,095,959" and insert "$107,870,959".
Page 377, line 42, strike "$107,095,959" and insert "$107,870,959".

Page 379, line 23, strike "$7,746,719" and "$7,746,719" and insert:

"$8,521,719" and "$8,521,719".

Page 379, after line 39, insert:

"5. Of this amount, $775,000 the first year and $775,000 the second year shall be used for workforce retention for brain injury service providers."

Page 379, line 40, strike "5" and insert "6".

Page 379, line 43, strike "6" and insert "7".


(This amendment provides $775,000 each year from the general fund for workforce retention to ensure quality accessible services for people living with brain injury. State contracted brain injury providers report high attrition and difficulty filling open positions because of non-competitive salaries and benefits. Delivery of programs and services suffer and client needs can go unmet. This funding will support currently existing state contracted brain injury service providers.)