Last Updated: March 9, 2018

 

FY 2019 Legislative Session Selected Funding Priorities

Social Services Appropriations

Item

Gov. Recommendation

Committee Recommendation

(if different)

EAC Recommendation

(if Different)

Ongoing Priority

Ongoing Amount

One-time Priority

One-time Amount

Funded

Ongoing

One-time

Operation Rio Grande

$10 million (1x)

1

$2,559,800

$7,440,000

ICF/ID Transition

$651,000

Best Buddies

$50,000

Medicaid Consensus

$20.25 million

1

$29.8 million

3

$6 million

$22,100,000

$3,200,000

DSPD Mandated Additional Needs

$7,160,900

2

USH Forensic Competency Restoration Beds

$2.6 million

4

$5 million

-$2.5 million

DSPD Waiting List

$1 million

5

$2 million

Medically Complex Children’s Waiver

$2,253,600

6

$2,041,600

INN Between

8

$100,000

4

$975,000

Assisted Living Facility and Personal Care Agency Inspections

$150,000

9

DSPD Direct Care Staff Salary Increase

10

$3 million

$1,500,000

Independent Living Assistive Technology

$500,000

(1x)

11

$800,000

Independent Living Centers

12

$475,000

DSPD Transportation Rate

15

$350,000

Meals on Wheels

16

$500,000

$550,000

Medicaid Managed Care Rate Increase

$3.7 million

19

$3,445,900

Medicaid Home Health Rate Increase

22

$500,000

Medicaid Senior Dental

23

$1 million

Mental Health Crisis Line Amendments

 

 

 

 

 

$2,380,000

 

Tele-health Mental Health Pilot

6

$590,000

12-month Continuous Eligibility for Medicaid Children

24

$570,000

7

$235,800

DSPD Community Based Employment

$1,171,600

26

Children in Family Treatment Program

10

$884,900

Children’s Center

27

$250,000

Alzheimer’s State Plan Funding

$1,959,500

11

$1 million

$1 million

Deaf/Blind Support Service Provider

31

$250,000

Medication Assisted Substance Use Treatment

14

$1 million

$1,500,000

ICF/ID Property Improvement

17

$950,000

$350,000

Executive Offices & Criminal Justice Appropriations

Item

Gov. Recommendation

Committee Recommendation

(if different)

EAC Recommendation

(if Different)

Ongoing Priority

Ongoing Amount

One-time Priority

One-time Amount

Funded

Ongoing

One-time

Jail Contracting Treatment

$463,400

$963,400

Jail Contracting Capacity

$1,542,900

$1,079,500

Additional Board of Pardons Staff

$184,500

4

Indigent Defense Commission

$3,010,000

9

$1 million

4

$2 million

$906,000

$500,000

Guardianship Reporting & Monitoring

$183,700

Children’s Justice Center Medical

$500,000

$500,000

Jail Reimbursement

$1,725,000

Voting Equipment

$4,500,000 (1x)

$500,000

$4,500,000

Juvenile Justice Amendments

$178,000

JJS Brief Community Interventions

 

 

 

 

 

$2 million

 

Private Provider Payments

 

 

 

 

 

$4,400,000

 

FY 2018 Inmate Medical

$1 million (1x)

JRI County Grants

$1 million (1x)

$800,000

Voter Outreach

$400,000 (1x)

6

$400,000

JRI Jail Block Grant

$13,967,100

JRI Social Services Data Coordination System

$850,000 (1x)

Inmate Housing Reform

 

 

$8 million

 

$6 million

 

 

 

Public Education Appropriations

Item

USBE Recommendation

Committee Recommendation

(if different)

EAC Recommendation

(if Different)

Ongoing Priority

Ongoing Amount

One-time Priority

One-time Amount

Funded

Ongoing

One-time

Elementary Counseling and Trauma-informed Practices

$300,000

12

$2,000,100

Carson Smith Scholarship

$3,300,000

+

$250,000 (1x)

20

$500,000

6

$250,000

$200,000

$200,000

HB 317: Special Education Amendments

$427,200

23

$435,800

USIMAC

$450,000          

 +                      

$1 million (1x)

24

$450,000

7

$500,000

Special Education Intensive Services

$11,886,200

26

$2 million

Special Education Scholarships

$300,000 (1x)

29

$2 million

USDB Springville School

$713,000 (1x)

3

School Nurses

$1 million

USDB Steps & Lanes

$765,800