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Title: Annual statistical report - Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Office of Financial Management, Statistical Reporting Section
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Health and Rehabilitative Services. -- Office of Financial Management. -- Statistical Reporting Section
Publisher: Dept. of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Office of Financial Management, Statistical Reporting Section.
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: 1979
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 19 -1975/76.
Numbering Peculiarities: Report year ends June 30.
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    Front Cover
        Front cover
    Front Matter
        Bookplate
    Table of Contents
        Page i
        Page ii
        Page iii
    Direct assistance programs
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    Food stamps
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    Medical assistance
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SDirect Assistance Programs
TABLE 1 Direct Assistance Payments by County................................................. 1
TABLE 2 AFDC Applications Approved,Denied, Otherwise Disposed of and Pending........ .......7.
V) TABLE 3 AFDC Applications and Cases........................................................ 9
TABLE 4 AFDC Applications Approved By Reason............................................. 10
TABLE 5 AFDC Applications Rejected By Reason............................................. 11
TABLE 6 AFDC Cases Closed By Reason...................................................... 12
TABLE 7 AFDC Recipients and Direct Assistance By County..................................13
STABLE 8 AFDC Recipients and Direct Assistance By Month................................... 15
FIGURE A AFDC 1971 1980.................................................................. 15
TABLE 9 AFDC Children in Foster Care By Month............................................16
FIGURE B AFDC Children in Foster Care, 1975 1980.........................................16
TABLE 10 Work Incentive (WIN) Activities By District, By County............................17
TABLE 11 Cuban Unaccompanied Children Program................................................ 18
FIGURE C Cuban Unaccompanied Children Program, 1971 1980...................................18
TABLE 12 Cuban Refugee Assistance and Cuban Categorical Assistance Program By Month........19
FIGURE D Cuban Refugee Assistance and Cuban Categorical Assistance Program, 1971 1980......19
TABLE 13 Assistance to Repatriated Americans By Month...................................... 20
FIGURE E Assistance to Repatriated Americans Federal Funds, 1971 1980....................20
TABLE 14 SSI Payments By County..........................................................21
TABLE 15 SSI Mandatory State Supplementation By County...................................23
TABLE 16 SSI Optional State Supplementation By County.................. .................. 24
TABLE 17 SSI Aged Recipients and Payments By Month.....................................25
FIGURE F Old Age Assistance and SSI/Aged, 1971 1980.......................................25
TABLE 18 SSI Disabled Recipients and Payments By Month.................................26
FIGURE G Aid to the Disabled and SSI/Disabled, 1971 1980...................................26
TABLE 19 SSI Blind Recipients and Payments By Month....................................27
FIGURE H Aid to the Blind and SSI/Blind, 1971 1980......................................... 27

Food Stamps
SFIGURE I Households Participating, 1976 1980..............................................28
FIGURE J Dollar Value, 1976 1980...........................................................28
TABLE 20 Households, Persons and Value By County...........................................29
3\r TABLE 21 Food Distribution Summary..................... ............. .......................31

Medical Assistance
H 'FIGURE K Medical Assistance By Program Expenditures and Percent of Total, 1977 1980......32
FIGURE L Medical Assistance Program Expenditures By Service...... ................ ........ 33
TABLE 22 Recipients of Medical Care by Age in Years By Service.............................34
STABLE 23 Medical Vendor Payments by Age in Years By Service................................34
TABLE 24 Recipients of Medical Care By Race/Ethnicity By Service.......... ...............35
TABLE 25 Medical Vendor Payments by Race/Ethnicity By Service..............................35
TABLE 26 Recipients of Medical Care by Sex By Service...... ....................... ...... 36
TABLE 27 Medical Vendor Payments by Sex By Service........................................36
TABLE 28 Use and Cost FY 1980.............................................................. 37

Cumulative Service Summary
TABLE 29 Inpatient Hospital .................. ........................... ..................... 40
TABLE 30 Mental Hospital For Aged............................ ............... ............ 40
TABLE 31 SNF-ICF Services For Aged..........................................................41
TABLE 32 Psychiatric Services For Age 21 Under.............................................. 41
TABLE 33 ICF Mentally Retarded................................ ............. ... ............... 42
TABLE 34 ICF Level I and II..................................................................42
TABLE 35 Skilled Nursing Facility............................................................43
TABLE 36 Physician Services..................................................................43
TABLE 37 Dental Services.....................................................................44
TABLE 38 Other Practitioner..................................................................44
TABLE 39 Outpatient Hospital.................................................................45
TABLE 40 Home Health ................................................................... 45
TABLE 41 Family Planning ..................................................................... 46
TABLE 42 Lab & X-Ray........................... .. ........................................ 46
TABLE 43 Prescribed Drugs....................................................................47
TABLE 44 Screening...........................................................................47
TABLE 45 Other Care..........................................................................48
TABLE 46 SMI ............... ........ .. ... ....... ....... ..... .... ........ ................ 48

I Schedule of Administrative Costs...............................................................49





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DIRECT ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS BY COUNTY
Fiscal Year 1979 1980


Basic


Mandatory
State


Optional
State


Total* SSI Payment Supplementation Supplementation
STATE TOTAL $440,651,077 $250,348,256 $4,560 $1,384,982


DISTRICT I
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Total

DISTRICT II
Subdistrict A
Bay
Calhoun
Gulf
Holmes
Jackson
Washington
Subtotal

Subdistrict B
Franklin
Gadsden
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
Taylor
Wakulla
Sub-total
Total

DISTRICT III
Subdistrict A
Alachua
Bradford
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Lafayette
Levy
Putnam
Suwannee
Union
Sub-total

Subdistrict B
Citrus
Hernando
Lake
Marion
Sumter
Sub-total
Total


14,282,428
3,313,608
2,253,198
1,591,198
$ 21,440,432



4,100,833
1,004,877
897,722
1,498,383
3,972,861
1,605,056
$ 13,079,732


746,703
4,697,036
1,122,539
5,962,914
314,001
1,932,806
1,178,717
630,964
$ 16,585,680
$ 29,665,412



7,596,288
1,253,180
2,333,906
475,706
248,515
862,616
151,692
1,094,521
3,526,912
1,307,911
524,260
$ 19,375,507


1,418,311
1,403,135
3,263,514
6,313,260
1,575,234
$ 13,973,454
$ 33,348,961


6,476,603
1,769,427
S1,303,725
1,000,548
$ 10,550,303



2,206,629
717,268
433,411
1,154,806
2,928,055
1,178,932
$ 8,619,101


409,859
2,409,868
786,366
2,737,798
226,216
1,223,526
701,493
319,573
$ 8,814,699
$ 17,433,800



3,897,813
735,127
1,433,381
292,477
197,051
520,244
120,161
672,260
1,553,561
1,021,371
358,063
S 10,801,509


640,482
684,715
1,708,838
3,180,500
796,415
$ 7,010,950
$ 17,812,459


*Total includes $78,364 not identifiable by county


406

151
137
$ 694









$ -






224




$ 224
$ 224



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34



$ 96




335
432

S 767
$ 863


36,666
5,042
2,676
9,104
$ 53,488



11,335
13,360
1,071
8,064
7,481
39,835
$ 81,146


3,681
7,210
19,639
12,774
1,223
6,218
2,268
691
$ 53,704
$ 134,850



18,678
6,859
10,258
310
550
2,994
127
4,671
17,584
14,726
3,584
$ 80,341


4,899
3,688
8,251
24,686
1,256
$ 42,780
$ 123,121


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Cuban
Categorical Assistance
$5,897,239


Cuban
Refugee Assistance*
$6,825,214


Indo-Chinese
Refugee Assistance
$810,080


7,537,467
1,509,020
946,454
574,765
$ 10i567,706


1,772,748
274,249
463,240
335,513
1,037,325
386,289
$ 4,269,364


333,163
2,279,958
316,534
3,209,889
86,002
702,602
474,956
310,700
$ 7,713,804
$ 11,983,168


3,581,961
510,936
890,267
182,919
50,914
339,378
31,404
416,867
1,954,408
271,814
162,463
$ 8,393,331


771,674
714,172
1,542,452
3,102,485
777,048
$ 6,907,831
$ 15,301,162


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$ 689








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$ 689


336
512


$ 848





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$ 560
$ 560


2,688










$ 2,688



560



$ 560
$ 3,248
$-56
$-324


AFDC Payment
S175.380.746


230,950
29,607
192
6,644
$267,393


110,121





$110,121





2,229

460


$ 2,689
$112,810


95,086
258






1,359

150
$ 96,853


1,256

3,638
5,157
515
$ 10,566
$107,419


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Basic
SST Pnvment


Mandatory
State
tr~nSu lemen-t4a n


DISTRICT IV
Subdistrict A
Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Sub-total

Subdistrict B
Flagler
St. Johns
Volusia
Sub-total
Total

DISTRICT V
Pasco
Pinellas
Total

DISTRICT VI
Hillsborough
Manatee
Total

DISTRICT VII
Subdistrict A
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Sub-total

Subdistrict B
Brevard
Sub-total
Total

DISTRICT VIII
Subdistrict A
Hardee
Highlands
Polk
Sub-total

Subdistrict B
DeSoto
Sarasota
Sub-total

Subdistrict C
Charlotte
Collier
Glades
Hendry
Lee
Sub-total
Total


627,462
1,314,212
35,648,240
1,403,359
$ 38,993,273


458,320
2,034,665
8,724,700
$ 11,217,685
$ 50,210,958


4,221,320
16,531,096
$ 20,752,416


31,603,613
3,557,056
$ 35,160,669



18,939,470
1,483,148
5,057,675
$ 25,480,293


7,061,040
$ 7,061,040
$ 32,541,333



1,066,028
1,925,116
10,430,007
$ 13,421,151


770,365
2,913,607
$ 3,683,972


619,357
2,294,488
234,637
1,131,817
4,416,761
$ 8,697,060
$ 25,802,183


312,269
618,445
15,311,793
707,637
$ 16,950,144


144,869
948,677
4,399,992
$ 5,493,538
$ 22,443,682


2,028,088
7,377,905
$ 9,405,993


15,464,881
1,748,933
$ 17,213,814



7,876,592
523,363
2,336,466
$ 10,736,421


2,710,675
$ 2,710,675
$ 13,447,096



557,785
909,871
5,802,964
$ 7,270,620


417,748
1,648,050
$ 2,065,798


295,826
1,184,504
90,363
491,966
2,178,896
$ 4,241,555
S 13,577,973


Tntal


Optional
State
S nrl t~~cc i


552

$ 552




152
$ 152
$ 704



4
$ 4


436

$ 436



64

40
$ 104


276
$ 276
$ 380




152
83
$ 235



271
$ 271







$ -
$ 506


2,198
4,471
271,541
550
$ 278,760



413
36,231
$ 36,644
$ 315,404'


8,613
62,385
$ 70,998


163,823
15,143
$ 178,966



26,021
6,691
15,629
$ 48,341


17,684
$ 17,684
$ 56,025



7,590
8,277
24,767
$ 40,634


569
.3,824
$ 4,393


1,744
3,058


9,041
$ 13,843
$ 58,870


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Cuban
Caroanr.4-l Aao4ea.nceo


312,995
688,744
20,045,355
695,172
$ 21,742,266


313,451
1,085,575
4,280,161
$ 5,679,187
$ 27,421,453


2,184,491
8,993,602
$ 11,178,093


15,815,090
,1,780,424
$ 17,595,514


10,921,445
952,310
2,701,064
$ 14,574,819


4,338,528
$ 4,338,528
$ 18,913,347


500,653
1,006,816
4,592,984
$ 6,100,453


352,048
1,247,297
$ 1,599,345


319,783
1,104,105
144,274
635,492
2,227,612
$ 4,431,266
$ 12,131,064


Cuban
?ofu eoe Asciscrtanc


2,238

$ 2,238





$ -
$ 2,238




$ -


26,759

$ 26,759


27,905


$ 27,905



$
$ 27,905




956
$ 956



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1,200
2,221

4,140

$ 7,561
$ 8,517


Indo-Chinese
ReftTOea Accscsrsanc


1,892
7,132

$ 9,024




768
$ 768
$ 9,792



1,568,
$ 1,568


66,349

$ 66,349


16,360
784
768
$ 17,912



$
$ 17,912




1,344
$ 1,344



1,344
$ 1,344





219

$ 219
$ 2,907


AFDC Pa ment


660
9,629

$ 10,289




7,396
$ 7,396
$ 17,685


128
95,632
$ 95,760


66,275
12,556
$ 78,831


71,083
-
3,708
S 74,791


3,877
$ 3,877
$ 78,668




6,909
$ 6,909



12,821
$ 12,821


804
600


1,212
$ 2,616
$ 22,346


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Mandatory
State
Su nnlementtl9 io


Optional
State
CUnn lman.t atnn


DISTRICT IX
Indian River
Martin
Okeechobee
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Total
DISTRICT X
Broward
Total
DISTRICT XI
Dade
Monroe
Total


1,752,761
1,269,712
890,035
14,423,769
4,663,150
$ 22,999,427

19,487,355
$ 19,487,355

147,220,017
1.943,550
$149,163,567


793,859
539,567
478,169
7,337,847
1,590,277
$ 10,739,719

10,454,399
$ 10,454,399

106,013,202
1,255,816
$107,269,018


1,479
4,713
65,425
7,246
$ 78,863

122,712
$ 122,712

191,685
$ 191,685


Ton-al


Basic
$ST PavmPnt


$ 19

336
$ 336

394
9 394


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957,423
725,432
411,847
6,967,294
3,065,499
$ 12,127,495


8,873,700
$ 8,873,700


28,681,208
606,836
$ 29,288,044


27,687

$ 27,687


16,138
$ 16,138


5,726,273
61,033
$5,787,306


Cuban
v 0 A i


22,097
128
$ 22,225


12,844
$ 12,844


6,588,732
19,865
$6,608,597


Indo-Chinese
RaP f A 4fi


3,419

$ 3,419


7,226
$ 7,226


18,523

$ 18,523


Cuban
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AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, DENIED OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF AND PENDING
July 1979 June 1980


APPLICATIONS DISPOST) OF DURING YEAR
APPROVED FOR
FINANCIAL
AND MEDICAL PENDING
MEDICAL ONLY TOTAL OTHERWISE TOTAL AS OF
FAMILIES PERSONS FAMILIES 'PERSONS APPROVED DISPOSED OF DISPOSITION JUNE 30, 1980
STATE TOTALS 62,312 152,799 10,098 20,222 72,410 53,837 126,247 8,798


District 1
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Total


District 2
Bay
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
Taylor
Wakulla
Washington
Total


District 3
Alachua
Bradford
Citrus
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Hernando
Lafayette
Lake
Levy
Marion
Putnam
Sumter
Suwannee
Union
Total


2,164
673
355
256
3,448



690
106
147
535
133
117
299
122
995
46
149
186
138
152
.3,815



1,176
S159
346
381
94
27
90
292
19
689
131
1,153
737
291
131
60
5,776


5,146
1,625
841
677
8,289



1,695
252
339
1,354
308
276
682
325
2,308
118
365
441
332
389
9,184



2,788
359
800
965
233
73
218
753
46
1,740
278
2,875
1,767
731
330
139
14,095


282
120
40
52
494



102
33
27
120
21
24
65
26
181
14
26
25
11
32
707



200
32
32
83
4
15
21
63
1
115
16
252
88
57
24
7
1,010


555
224
67
75
921



201
77
57
288
48
45
133
57
425
19
60
66
'25
72
1,573



428
49
61
151
17
20
46
109
2
238
44
476
164
129
39
13
1,986


2,446
793
395
308
3,942



792
139
174
655
154
141
364
148
1,176
60
175
211
149
184
4,522



1,376
191
378
464
98
42
111
355
20
804
147
1,405
825
348
155
67
6,786


1,751
487
83
42
2,363



363
26
26
420
15
56
216
35
275
13
61
62
34
93
1,695



961
92-
205
293
66
15
65
250
10
535
73
957
494
187
130
19
4,352


4,197
1,280
478
350
6,305



1,155
165
200
1,075
169
197
580
183
1,451
73
236
273
183
277
6,217



2,337
283
583
757
164
57
176
605
30
1,339
220
2,362
1,319
535
285
86
11,138


267
54
22
14
357



40
8
6
95
3
12
64
10
87
2
3
26
13
7
376



185
32
27
20
6
5
18
39
4
80
18
156
66
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APPLICATIONS DISPOSED OF DURING YEAR
APPROVED FOR
FINANCIAL (
AND MEDICAL : PENDING
MEDICAL ONLY TOTAL OTHERWISE TOTAL AS OF
FAMILIES PERSONS FAMILIES PERSONS APPROVED DISPOSED OF DISPOSITION JUNE 30, 1980

District 4
Baker .112 271 14 37 126 43 169 13
Clay 292 720 38 64 330 221 551 56
Duval 5,990 14,439 875 1,759 6,865 3,584 10,449 699
Flagler 86 194 6 16 92 62 154 17
Nassau 251 621 18 32 269 183 452 41
St. Johns 497 1,153 41 82 538 215 753 61
Volusia 1,664 4,107 354 648 2.018 1587 3,605 198
Total 8,892 21,505 1,346 2,638 10,238 5,895 16,133 1,085

District 5
Pasco 1,035 2,500 185 324 1,220 1,095 2,315 151
Pinellas 3,563 8,416 654 261 516 7733 588
Total 4,598 10,916 839 1,585 5,437 4,611 10,048 739

District 6
Hillsborough 5,066 12,352 826 1,471 5,892 4,614 10,506 819
Manatee 996 2,498 231 477 11227 1073 2.300 147
Total 6,062 14,850 1,057 1,948 7,119 5,687 12,806 966

District 7
Brevard 1,735 4,080 286 556 2,021 1,400 3,421 221
Orange 4,627 11,139 676 1,537 5,303 3,323 8,626 443
Osceola 426 1,008 54 97 480 288 768 69
Seminole 1.130 2 727 166 353 1296 805 2 101 121
Total 7,918 18,954 1,182 2,543 9,100 5,816 14,916 854

District 8
Charlotte 183 446 35 75 218 222 440 37
Collier 464 1,257 68 116 532 384 916 57
DeSoto 194 464 31 62 225 132 357 26
Glades 68 183 10 22 78 32 110 5
Hardee 237 649 19 39 256 171 427 25
Hendry 253 676 23 64 276 196 472 27
Highlands 405 1,007 65 120 470 237 707 38
Lee 1,021 2,708 164 313 1,185 1,452 2,637 191
Polk 2,000 5,116 291 614 2,291 2,234 4,525 397
Sarasota 570 1,315 134 225 704 919 1,623 134
Total 5,395 13,821 840 1,650 6,235 5,979 12,214 937

District 9
Indian River 497 / 1,161 86 170 583 380 963 49
Martin 429 1,110 77 163 506 .300 806 37
Okeechobee 228 569 43 78 271 149 420 32
Palm Beach 2,976 7,403 553 1,199 3,529 2,849 6,378 549
St. Lucie 969 2 414 148 343 1 117 759 1 876 115
Total 5,099 12,657 907 1,953 6,006 4,437 10,443 782

District 10
Broward 3,927 9,777 693 1,521 4 620 3 861 8,481 720
Total 3,927 9,777 693 1,521 4,620 3,861 8,481 720

District 11
Dade 7,166 18,255 975 1,827 8,141 8,918 17,059 1,263
Monroe 216 496 48 77 264 223 487 22
Total 7,382 18,751 1,023 1,904 8,405 9,141 17,546 1,285





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TABLE 3


AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN APPLICATIONS AND CASES*
July 1979 June 1980


*Does not include Cuban AFDC cases.







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July 1, 1979
through
Item June 30, 1980




Applications:
Pending from last year 5,889
Received during year 129,156
Total during year 135,045


Disposed of during year 126,247

Approved for medical only 10,098
Approved for money and medical 62,312
Rejection or other dispositions 53,837



Pending at end of year 8,798







Cases:

Continued from last year 81,716
Authorized during year 62,312
Total during year 144,028
Discontinued during year 49,711
Continued to following year 94,317


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TABLE 4


AFDC APPLICATIONS APPROVED BY REASON


July 1979 June 1980




REASON NUMBER PERCENT


Loss of or reduction inearnings due to:

Illness or injury of adult 1,417 2.3
Layoff, discharge or resignation of adult 7,045 11.3
Other change in employment status of adult 1,002 1.6


Loss of or reduction in support due to:

Death of adult in home 141 .2
Adult leaving home 751 1.2
Illness or injury of adult in home 116 .2
Layoff, discharge or resignation of adult in home 202 .3
Other change in employment status of adult in home 69 .1
AFDC father not in home 31,976 51.4
Other person not in home 549 .9
Loss or reduction in other income 1,079 1.7
Reduction in assets to meet medical or other costs 42 .1


No change in income or resources:

Increased need for medical care or other requirements 509 .8
Living below agency.standards 3,880 6.2
Change in policy 137 .2
Met residence or other technical requirements 5,483 8.8
Other reasons 7,266 11.7


Other: (case reopened pending hearing because closed
in error or after closing for administrative
purposes) 648 1.0

TOTAL 62,312 100.0


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TABLE 5


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AFDC APPLICATIONS REJECTED.- BY REASON
July 1979 .July 1980

I
REASON NU IBER PERCENT
Did not meet State financial eligibility standards:

Income exceeded determined need 11,966 22.2
Resources exceeded permitted limits 1,284 2.4

Did not meet other conditions of eligibility:
Child not deprived of parental care and support 936 1.8
Child not living with relative within specified
degree of relationship 222 .4
AFDC incapacity not established 285 .5
Applicant failed to meet residence requirements 179 .3
Other disqualifying factors 3,127 5.8

Refused to comply with procedure requirement:
Withdraw rather than enforce child support 285 .5
Refused to register for and seek work to accept 219 .4
employment or to accept training
Refused to comply with other procedural requirements 28,441 52.8

Other dispositions:
Unable to locate applicant, death of applicant or
dependent child 534 1.0
Applicant moved to another county or state 144 .3
Withdrawal of application by applicant 6,063 11.3
Referred to another assistance program 152 .3
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TOTAL 53,837 100.0

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TABLE 6


AFDC CASES CLOSED BY REASON

I July 1979 June 1980


REASON NU FER PERCENT

I No longer met State financial eligibility standards:
Employment or increased earnings of person in home 1,272 2.6
Increased support because of parents return or remarriage 393 .8
Increased support from absent father
Voluntary 254 .5
Child Support Enforcement under Title IV-D procedures 188 .4
I Receipt of or increase in cash benefits or pensions
From government programs 1,091 2.2
From non-governmental programs 32 .1
Other increase in income or resources 738 1.5
I Decrease in requirements 321 .6

No longer met non-financial eligibility standards because:
Resident in public institution 32 .1
AFDC parent returned to home or remarried 650 1.3
No longer an eligible child in home 2,344 4.7
Loss of residence 2,548 5.1
Other 521 1i1

Refused after approval to comply with procedural requirements:
Refused to participate in WIN program 51 .1
Recipient unwilling to continue assistance due to
Child Support Enforcement 188 .4

3 Discontinued at recipient's request 10,002 20.1

Agency unable to locate recipient 1,561 3.1

SDeath 71 .1

SOther reasons 27,454 55.2

TOTAL 49,711 100.0





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TABLE 7


AID T. FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN: RECIPIENTS AND DIRECT ASSISTANCE

July 1979 June 1980


Total
AVERAGE PER MONTH Direct
Families Children Persons Assistance

STATE TOTAL 88,124 175,619 243,993 $175,380,746


District 1
Escambia 3,820 7,264 10,229 $ 7,537,467
Okaloosa 818 1,573 2,206 1,509,020
Santa Rosa 506 940 1,351 946,454
Walton 300 595 816 574,765
Total 5,444 10,372 14,602 $ 10,567,706

District 2
Bay 902 1,784 2,462 $ 1,772,748
Calhoun 146 270 368 274,249
Franklin 186 359 492 333,163
Gadsden 1,177 2,660 3,568 2,279,958
Gulf 250 454 622 463,240
Holmes 177 358 .487 335,513
Jackson 566 1,128 1,539 1,037,325
Jefferson 182 389 524 316,534
Leon 1,634 3,158 4,467 3,209,889
Liberty 50 103 133 86,002
Madison 368 800 1,072 702,602
Taylor 270 501 696 474,956
Wakulla 164 322 447 310,700
Washington 220 434 588 386,289
Total 6,292 12,720 17,465 $ 11,983,168

District 3
Alachua 1,834 3,488 4.928 $ 3,581,961
Bradford 285 540 743 510,936
Citrus 415 781 1,085 771,674
Columbia 490 978 1,362 890,267
Dixie 99 201 277 182,919
Gilchrist 28 56 77 50,914
Hamilton 187 385 525 339,378
Hernando 375 739 1,011 714,172
Lafayette 20 38 53 31,404
Lake 784 1,591 2,167 1,542,452
Levy 244 441 628 416,867
Marion 1,622 3,297 4,566 3,102,485
Putnam 1,027 2,018 2,829 1,954,408
Sumter 395 800 1,159 777,048
Suwannee 159 368 444 271,814
Union 91 167 236 162,463
Total 8,055 15,888 22,090 $ 15,301,162


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AFDC RECIPIENTS AND DIRECT ASSISTANCE July 1979 June 1980


Total
Direct
Families Children Persons Assistance


District 4
Baker
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
St. Johns
Volusia
Total

District 5
Pasco
Pinellas
Total

District 6
Hillsborough
Manatee
Total

District 7
Brevard
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Total

District 8
Charlotte
Collier
DeSoto
Glades
Hardee
Hendry
Highlands
Lee
Polk
Sarasota
Total

District 9
Indian River
Martin
Okeechobee
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Total

District 10
Broward
Total

District 11
Dade
Monroe
Total


166
366
9,961
155
390
575
2 152
13,765


1,122
4,600
5,722


7,851
936
8,787


2,221
5,490
485
1,401
9,597


176
545
189
74
244
309
515
1,117
2,337
649
6,155


519
369
222
3,504
1,479
6,093


4,464
4,464


13,438
312
13,750


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L4-


320
730
19,143-
325
743
1,055
4 381
26,697


2,140
8,777
10,917


15,483
1.760
17,243


4,131
10,759
902
2 696
18,488


333
1,147
362
142
553
678
1,090
2,435
4,826
1,229
12,795


939
723
439
7,038
3,167
12,306


8,820
8,820


28,800
573
29,373


444
985
27,155
447
1,002
1,499
6,105
37,637


2,962
12,288
15,250


21,632
2,465
24,097


5,885
15,022
1,286
3,742
25,935


469
1,566
491
194
737
910
1,478
3,289
6,617
1,-19
17,470


1,315
1,012
588
9,605
4 293
16,813


12,074
12,074


39,728
832
40,560


$ 312,995
688,744
20,045,355
313,451
695,172
1,085,575
4,280,161
$ 27,421,453


$ 2,184,491
8,993,602
$ 11,178,093


$ 15,815,090
1,780,424
$ 17,595,514


$ 4,338,528
10,921,445
952,310
2,701,064
$ 18,913,347


$ 319,783
1,104,105
352,048
144,274
500,653
635,492
1,006,816
2,227,612
4,592,984
1.247,297
$ 12,131,064


$ 957,423
725,432
411,847
6,967,294
3,065,499
$ 12,127,495


$ 8,873,700
$ 8,873,700


$ 28,681,208
606.836
$ 29,288,044










TABLE 8




AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN-RECIPIENTS AND DIRECT ASSISTANCE


July 1979 June 1980


RECIPIENTS DIRECT ASSISTANCE
Month Families Children Persons Total Average Payment
Payments Per Family Per Person

July, 1979 81,834 165;195 228,142 $ 13,680,523 $ 167.17 $ 59.96
August 83,874 168,620 233,389 13,981,873 166.70 59.91
September 84,271 169,509 234,683 14,046,412 166.68 59.85
October 86,277 172,783 239,692 14,340,126 166.21 59.83
November 88,090 175,465 243,957 14,596,845 165.70 59.83
December 89,075 177,2Z6 246,561 14,748,822 165.58 59.82
January, 1980 89,411 178,013 247,535 14,799,264 165.52 59.79
February 90,512 179,728 250,149 14,968,893 165.38 59.84
March 90,883 180,340 251,051 15,036,481 165.45 59.89
April 90,859 180,143 250,792 15,036,403 165.49 59.96
May 91,260 180,430 251,267 15,083,651 165.28 60.03
June 91,151 1, 250,689 15,061,453 165.24 60.08


Monthly Average 88,125 175,620 243,992 $ 165.85 $ 59.90
TOTAL $ 175,380,746


Families
(Avg/Mo)


FIGURE A


AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN-FISCAL YEARS 1971-1980

Number of Families, Average Monthly Payments, and Family Size


150,000

135,000

120,000

105,000

90,000

75,000

60,000

45,000

30,000

15,000

0
Fiscal Year 1971
Children/Family 2.89
Adults/Family .87

--------Families

Payments


Payments
(Avg/Mo)

$15,000,000

13,500,000

12,000,000

10,500,000

9,000,000

7,500,000

6,000,000

4,500,000

3,000,000

1,500,000

0


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2.77 2.67 2.62 2.49 2.33 2.22 2.15 2.07 1.99
.87 .86 .84 .81 .79 .78 .77 .77 .78











TABLE 9


AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE


July 1979 June 1980


FIGURE B


AFDC CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE


Children
(Average/Month)
1,400


1,200


1,000


Fiscal Year 75
Average Monthly 116.84
Payment/Child
---------Payments
Children


Month Children Total Average Per Child


July, 1979 1,175 $ 195,443 $ 166.33
August 1,196 216,198 180.77
September 1,241 220,035 177.30
October 1,218 216,160 177.47
November .1,100 190,000 172.73
December 1,230 218,860 177.93
January, 1980 1,236 220,021 178.01
February 1,090 197,942 181.60
March 1,147 216,193 188.49
April 1,258 227,164 180.58
May 1,197 205,078 171.33
June 1,255 215.609 171.80

TOTAL 14,343 $ 2,538,703 $ 177.00
Average 1,195


1975 1980


Annual
Payments
$2,800,000


2,400,000


2,000,000


1,600,000


1,200,000


800,000


400,000


80.
177.00


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TABLE 10

WORK INCENTIVE (WIN) ACTIVITIES, BY DISTRICT, BY COUNTY

(July 1, 1979 June 30, 1980)


Initial WIN Certifications AFDC WIN Grant Reductions
Made Services
With Without Not Available Medical Other Off AFDC Still on AFDC
County Requested Services Services Day Care Other Exemotions Reasons Persons Reductions Persons Reductions


ISTATE TOTAL 8,338 6,456 553 143 4 123 844 3,651* $545,839* 2,868* $238,849*


I
:District 1
Escambia
Snil ,


Total

;District 2
Bay
Gadsden
Leon
Total

IDistrict 3
Alachua
Marion
Putnam
Total-

District 4
Duval
Volusia
Total

District 5
Pasco
Pinellas
Total


District 6
lillsborough
Manatee


District 7
Brevard
Orange
Seminole
Total

District 8
Polk
Total

District 9
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Total

District 10
Broward
Total

jDistrict 11
Dade
CCAP
Total


334
5
339



109
226
335


431
6
18
455


1,115
324
1,439


74
672
746


672
291
963


359
702
3
1,064


259
5
264



98
177
275


382
11
6
399


879
235
1,114


32
597
629


653
130
783


327
447
3
777


3i7 234
317 234


418 315
253 119
671 434


768 707
768 707
768 70


1,035
206
1,241


685
155
840


13



-

11
41
52


14

1
15


5
60
65


36
8
44


7
159
166


20
29
2
51


56
56


22
69
91


23

23


46

46


6

6


29
12
41


4

4


9

9



17
17



19
19


14

14


1


10
5
15


38
6
44


35

35




7.
7


40
5
11
56


109
9
118



70
70


42
2
44


13
139
1
153


25
25


47
64
111


189
36
225


148
2
150


12
44
111
167


106
13
13
120


399
108
507


50
114
164


363
103
466


130
336
15
481


19,587
218
$ 19,805


1,745
6,022
17,808
$ 25,575


17,245
132
2,108
$ 19,485


60,275
16 492
$ 76,767


3,870
17,000
$ 20,870


53,848
16,548
$ 70,396


18,555
50,309
2,082
$ 70,946


211
3
214


9
29
127
165


142
9
6
157


335
82
417


29
146
175


298
52
350


144
263
12
419


15,680
139
$ 15,819


1,125
2,573
11,333
$ 15,031


10,840
776
819
$ 12,435


25,636
7.129
$ 32,765


1,101
12,256
S 13,357


24,612
5,100
$ 29,712


11,057
22,646
1,158
$ 34,861


211 31,783 1 102 7,697
211 $ 31,783 102 $ 7,697


162
53
215


24,817
8,497
$ 33,314


91
65
156


432 70,708 242
432 $ 70,708 242


501
78
579


73,487
11,340
$ 84,827


346
20-
366


*Some grant reductions unidentified by County have been included in the State Total.


8,697
5,577
$ 14,274


20,599
$ 20,599


31,874
1,270
$ 33,144


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Average Payments
$1,000,000

900,000

800,000

700,000
600,000

500,000

400,000

300,000

200,000

100.000


TABLE 11


CUBAN UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN PROGRAM
July 1979-June 1980


FIGURE C


CUBAN UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN PROGRAM
Fiscal Years 1971 1980


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Month Children Amount Amount Per Child

July 83 $ 19,890 $ 239.64
August 81 49,425, 610.19
September 79 4,387 55.53
October 80 17,814 222.68
November 81 57,431 709.02
December 76 8,729 114.86
January 75 21,240 283.20
February 75 11,325 151.00
March 77 (1,302) (16.91)
April 80 28,492 356.15
May 81 4,509 55.67
June 82 131,888 1,608.39

Total 950 $353,828 $ 372.45


1971 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80


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TABLE 12







CUBAN REFUGEE ASSISTANCE AND CUBAN CATEGORICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
July 1979 June 1980


Annual Payment
$40,000,000

36,000,000

32,000,000

28,000,000

24,000,000

20,000,000

16,000,000

12,000,000

8,000,000

4,000,000


FIGURE D


CUBAN REFUGEE ASSISTANCE AND CUBAN CATEGORICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Direct Assistance Funds
Fiscal Years 1971-1980


*Assistance to Aged, Blind, and Disabled transferred to federally administered SSI program
in January, 1974.


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Direct Medical* Unaccompanied
Month Assistance Assistance Children Administration Total


July, 1979 $ 750,528 $ 2,334,834 $ 19,890 $ $ 3,105,252
August 787,526 2,463,426 49,425 3,300,377
September 832,955 2,128,568 4,387 458,992 3,424,902
October 878,889 2,053,464 17,814 2,950,167
November 937,000 2,785,117 57,431 3,779,548
December 998,434 2,637,886 8,729 362,055 4,007,104
January, 1980 1,063,910 2,701,037 21,240 3,786,187
February 1,125,838 2,096,612 11,325 3,233,775
March 1,200,427 2,330,821 (1,302) 392,363 3,922,309
April 1,495,476 2,440,418 28,492 3,964,386
May 1,362,955 2,355,404 4,509 3,722,868
June 1.248,375 2,125,782 131,888 548,661 4,054,706

Total $ 12,682,313 $ 28,453,369 $ 353,828 $ 1,762,071 $ 43,251,581

*Includes Medical Assistance for SSI recipients.


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TABLE 13


ASSISTANCE TO REPATRIATED ANERICANS*
Federal Funds
July 1979 June 1980


* gross figures reported





FIGURE E



ASSISTANCE TO REPATRIATED IAERICANS-FEDERAL FUNDS
Fiscal Years 1971- 1980


Annual- payment
$400,000

360,000

320,000

280,000

240,000

200,000

160,000

120,000

80,000

40,000

0
Fiscal Year


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pintenance
and medical
lbuth Transportation Assistance Repayments Total


July, 1979 $ 10,782 $ 320 $ 55 $ 11,047
August 10,024 286 579 9,731
September 10,763 23,262 20 34,005
October 300 1,730 30 2,000
November 1,343 8 20 1,331
December 2,392 5,251 25 7,618
January, 1980 4,826 70 20 4,876
February 1,543 1,543
hrch .10,451 74 60 10,465
April 13,635 114 20 13,729
ity 5,133 263 44 5,352
June 3,542 7,574 11,116

TOTAL $ 74,734 $ 38,952 $ 873 $ 112,813









TABLE 14


SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME PAYMENTS*

July 1979 June 1980'


I


T 0 T A L Old Age Assistance Aid to the Blind Aid to the Disabled
Average Average Average Average
Cases Cases Cases Cases
Per Direct Per Direct Per Direct Per Direct
Month Assistance Month Assistance Month Assistance Month Assistance
STATE TOTALj 167,524 $250,348,256 84,404 i 111676.8235 2,58 $4,454,502 80531 $134,216,929


$ 6,476,603
1,769,427
1,303,725
1,000,548
$ 10,550,303



$ 2,206,629
717,268
409,859
2,409,868
433,411
1,154,806
2,928,055
786,366
2,737,798
226,216
1,223,526
701,493
319,573
1,178,932
.17,433,800



$ 3,897,813
S735,127
640,482
1,433,381
292,477
197,051
520,244
684,715
120,161
1,708,838
672,260
3,180,500
1,553,561
796,415
1,021,371
358,063
$ 17,812,459


$ 2,365,982
678,634
521,692
448,864
$ 4,015,172



$ 897,575
296,314
191,581
910,879
164,110
561,542
1,436,998
404,344
1,009,211
82,507
582,861
287,630
139,912
511,052
$ 7,476,516



$ 1,264,321
304,908
212,295
593,947
137,935
95,604
246,233
185,358
68,143
656,105
293,857
1,065,869
592,887
315,998
522,459
178,0301
$ 6,733,9491


*Includes payments to Cubans.


79
24
17
11
131



23
15
5
37
4
13
28
9
60
4
15
11
7
12
243



64
10
7
15
4
4
12
10
I
26
5
59
30
13
17
3
280


$ 145,942
46,153
34,719
23,01C
$ 249,824



$ 37,661
28,867
7,843
62,031
6,681
26,453
-48,774
13,555
104,179
7,893
21,967
11,383
11,698
.21,703
$ 410,688



$ 107,020
17,874
9,375
31,747
8,348
7,699
14,316
16,036
1,118
40,711
9,436
107,131
47,531
20,424
30,115
4,91
$ 473,799


2,405
682
473
345
3,905



847
250
144
997
153
352
945
221
1,003
103
351
258
110
397
6,131



1,574
252
273
495
100
57
166
319
38
701
239
1,242
582
286
315
109
6,748


$ 3,964,679
1,044,640
747,314
528,674
$ 6,285,307



$ 1,271,393
392,087
210,435
1,436,958
262,620
566,811
1,442,283
368,467
1,624,408
135,816
618,698
402,480
167,963
646,177
$ 9,546,596



$ 2,526,472
412,345
418,812
807,687
146,194
93,748
259,695
483,321
50,900
1,012,022
368,967
2,007,500
913,143
459,993
468,797
175,115
$ 10,604,711


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District 1
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton



District 2
Bay
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
Taylor
Wakulla
Washington



District 3
Alachua
Bradford
Citrus
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Hernando
Lafayette
Lake
Levy
Marion
Putnam
Sumter
Suwannee
Union


4,621
1,326
935
764
7,646



1,736
537
350
2,175
310
891
2,145
560
1,980
.192
869
560
266
839
13,410



2,748
503
514
1,025
228
139
398
524
104
1,493
532
2,335
1,211
606
804
237
13,401


2,137
620
445
408
3,610



866
272
201
1,141
153
.526
1,172
330
917
85
503
291
149
430
7,036



1,110
241
234
515
124
78
220
195
65
766
288
1,034
599
307
472
125
6,373


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SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME PAYMENTS July 1979 .- June 1980 (Continued)


T O T A L Old Age Assistance Aid to the Blind Aid to the Disabled
Average Average Average Average
Cases Cases Cases Cases
Per Direct Per Direct Per Direct Per Direct
Month Assistance Month Assistance Month Assistance Month Assistance


7,298


District 11 159,720
820
;60,540


District 4
Baker
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
St. Johns
Volusia



District 5
Pasco
Pinellas


District 6
Hillsborough
Manatee



District 7
Brevard
Orange
Osceola
Seminole



District 8
Charlotte
Collier
DeSoto
Glades
Hardee
Hendry
Highlands
Lee
Polk
Sarasota



District 9
Indian River
Martin
Okeechobee
Palm Beach
St. Lucie


District 10
Broward


271
462
10,946
127
558
756
3.434
16,554



1,560
6,013
7,573


11,286
1,357
12,643



2,029
5,785
429
1.748
9,991



245
775
321
68
451-
334
747
1;646
4,650
1,312
10,549



592
411
350
5,342
1.224
7,919


7,298


S 312,269
618,445
15,311,793
144,869
707,637
948,677
4,399,992
$ 22,443,682



S 2,028,088
7,377,905
$ 9,405,993


$ 15,464,881
1,748,933
$ 17,213,814



$ 2,710,675
7,876,592
S-523,363
2,336,466
$ 13,447,096



$ 295,826
1,184,504
417,748
90,363
557,785
491,966
909,871
2,178,896
5,802,964
1,648,050
$ 13,577,973



$ -.793,859
539,567
478,169
7,337,847
1,590,277
$ 10,739,719


$ 10,454.399
$ 10,454,399


$106,013,202
0,2569 ,0 16 I
$107,269,018


10
8
246
3
10
31
75
383



23
130
153


182
* 24
206



29
116
13
34
192



8
18
4
1
3
6
13
29
84
28
194



11
15
10
123
28
187


153
234
4,798
53
241
392
1.494
7,365



618
2,713
3,331


5,127
621
5,748



812
2,364
195
792
4,163



107
288
138
38
212
160
342
626
2,193
565
4,669



211
191
141
2,554
497
3,-59


$ 15,411
18,007
433,119
6,578
14,980
50,234
121,772
$ 660,101



$ 38,460
192,2581
$ 230,718


$ 307,696
44,385
$ 352,081



$ 48,696
187,970
19,073
62,676
$ 318,415



$ 10,740
32,021
6,336
3,036
7,143
10,863
20,063
50,852
125,388
52,920


$ 137,830
238,968
5,057,038
48,749
255,005
382,092
1,410,052
$ 7,529,734



$ 541,799
2,448,772
$ 2,990,571


$ 5,512,913
573,103
$.6,086,016



$ 837,252
$ 2,395,999
179,827
784,469
$ 4,197,547



$ 103,791
315,679
131,745
42,723
199,977
198,200
320,097
591,735
2,085,597
530,563
$ 4,520,107



$ 198,936
184,928
155,144
2,846,665
496 832
$ 3,882,505


$ 3,338,394
$ 3,338,394


108
220
5,902
71
307
333
1,865
8,806



919
3,170
4,089


5,977
712
6,689



1,188
3,305
221
922
5,636



130
469
179
29
236
168
392
991
2.373
719
5,686



370
205
199
2,665
699
4,T13


4.168
4,168


!$ 159,028
361,470
9,821,636
89,542
437,652
516;351
S 2,868,168
;$ 14,253,847



!$ 1,447,829
4,736,875r
$ 6,184,704,


$ 9,644,2721
! 1,131,445
$ 10,775,717



$ 1,824,727
5,292,6231
324,463!
1,489,321!
$ 8,931,134

i

$ 181,295
$ 836,804'
279,667;
44,604
350,665
282,903
569,711
1,536,309
3,591,979
1,064.567
S 8,738,504



IS $ 577,554i
327,598:
306,833'
4,280,040:
1,042,574
S6,534,599;


$ 6,835,307
$ 6,835,307


24,122 $ 44,802,470P
413 724,033'
24,j73 $-3575273Ty0'


152
152


455


$60,397,158I
$60,397,158 i
S Q%_H 6_-
$60,'906,3 t4


$ 319,362



$ 17,369
27,041
16,192
211,142
50,871
$ 322,615


$ 280 698
$ 280,698


$ 813,574
22,627
s gJ6^t)T i


2,978
2,978


35,143



-2


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TABLE 15


MANDATORY STATE SUPPLEMENTATION

July, 1979 June, 1980


STATE TOTAL
DISTRICT 1
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Total

DISTRICT 2
Bay
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Hdlmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
Taylor
Wakulla
Washington
Total

DISTRICT 3
Alachua
Bradford
Citrus
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Hernando
Lafayette
Lake
Levy
Marion
Putnam
Sumter
Suwanee
Union
Total


DISTRICT 4
Baker
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
St. Johns
Volusia
Total


TOTAL
Average
Cases Direct
Per Month' Assistance


2

























1
*

















3




5




3



3
--


$ 4.560

406

151
: 137
694

S --








224





224


62









335
34
432




863




552
--




















152
704


TOTAL

Average
Cases Direct
Per Month Assistance


DISTRICT 5
Pasco
Pinellas
Total

DISTRICT 6
Hillsborough
Manatee
Total

DISTRICT 7
Brevard
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Total

DISTRICT 8
Charlotte
Collier
DeSoto
Glades
Hardee
Highlands
Lee
Polk
Sarasota
Total

DISTRICT 9
Indian River
Martin
Okeechobee
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Total

DISTRICT 10
Broward
Total

DISTRICT 11
Dade
Monroe
Total


*

*



4



2

2
*














2





1
1
*
2







---




2

2
2-


4
4


436

436


276
64

40
380








152

83
271
506





19

19


J36
--336-



394

394


*Less than one.


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TABLE 16


OPTIONAL STATE SUPPLEMENTATION

July 1979 June 1980


TOTAL
Average
Cases Direct
Per STAE T L Monrh Asr$,3an
STATE TOTAL 3,020 $ 1,384,982


DISTRICT 1
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Total

DISTRICT 2
Bay
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
Taylor
Wakulla
Washington
Total

DISTRICT 3
Alachua
Bradford
Citrus
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Hernando
Lafayette
Lake
Levy
Marion
Putnam
Sumter
Suwanee
Union
Total

DISTRICT 4
Baker
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
St. Johns
Volusia
Total


84
12
7
18
121


27
30
7
16
2
16
16
44
28
2
10
4
1
78
281


45
12
13
20
1
1
5
10
*
20
10
54
35
3
27
7
263


4
9
566

1
*
82
662


36,666
5,042
2,676
9,104
53,488


11,335
13,360
3,681
7,210
1,071
8,064
7,481
19,639
12,774
1,223
6,218
2,268
691
39,835
134,850


18,678
6,859
4,899
10,258
310
550
2,994
3,688
127
8,251
4,671
24,686
17,584
1,256
14,726
3.584
123,121


2,198
4,471
271,541

550
413
36,231
315,404


TOTAL
Average
Cases Direct
Per Month Assistance
DISTRICT 5
Pasco 19 8,613
Pinellas 138 62,385
Total 157 F 70,998

DISTRICT 6
Hillsborough 366 163,823
Manatee 33 15,143
Total 399 178,966

DISTRICT 7
Brevard. 19 7,684
Orange 58 26,021
Osceola 15 6,691
Seminole 36 15,629
Total 128 56,025

DISTRICT 8
Charlotte 5 1,744
Collier 8 3,058
DeSoto 1 569
Glades --
Hardee 8 7,590
Hendry -- "-
Highlands 17 8,277
Lee 19 9,041
Polk 63 24,767
Sarasota 11 3,824
Total 132 58,870

DISTRICT 9
Indian River 5 1,479
Martin 13i 4,713
Okeechobee --
Palm Beach 151 65,425
St. Lucie 21 7.246
Total 190 78,863

DISTRICT 10
Broward 266 122.712
Total 266 122,712

DISTRICT 11
Dade 421 191,685
Monroe -- --
Total 421 191,685


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TABLE 17





TOTAL PAYMENTS TO SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME RECIPIENTS-AGED INDIVIDUALS
July 1979 June 1980


FIGURE F



OLD AGE ASSISTANCE-*SSI/AJED INDIVIDUALS
averagee Monthly.Cases,. Payments and Payment/Case
Fiscal Years 1971-1980


Cases
(Ave/Mo
90,000

80,000

70,000

60,000

50,000

40,000

30,000

20,000

10,000


Fiscal Year /i
Payment/ 56.09
Case
------- Cases
Payments


i2
58.46


/J /4
65.47 97.65
68.94


92.49 91.39


II 7B
94.53 98.11


Payments
(Ave/Mo)
$9,000,000

8,000,000

7,000,000

6,000,000

5,000,000

4,000,000

3,000,000

2,000,000

1,000,000


107.01 110.26


* State assistance programs for the aged, blind, and disabled were replaced by the Social Security
Administrations' Supplemental Income program in January, 1974. Dollar totals under the SSI program
iilclude mandatory and optional state supplementation. Cubans are included in the SSI program and
appear on this chart starting 1, January 1974.

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Mandatory Optional
State Supplementation State Supplementation
Federal Funds State Funds State Funds
Total Total Total
Month Cases Payments Cases Payments Cases Payments

uly, 1979 85,502 $ 8,950,085 41 $ 574 1,427 $ 39,556
August 35,260 8,976,778 28 427 1,400 49,986
September 84,937 9,004,687 22 327 1,395 51,095
October 84,844 9,000,760 22 327 1,396 49,975
November 84,797 9,032,769 19 313 1,396 50,518
December 83,922 9,555,249 16 254 1,398 49,674
anuary, 1980 83,954 9,553,648 16 254 1,416 51,587
February 84,003 9,563,916 11 179 1,399 50,051
arch 84,320 9,465,334 9 125 1,392 50,239
April 83,381 9,437,718 9 135 1,388 50,117
lay 83,922 9,563,854 8 118 1,375 49,519
June 83,997 9,572,027 _8 118 1,363 49,155

Average 84,403 17 1,395
TOTAL 111,676,825 $ 3,151 $ 591,472


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TABLE 18



TOTAL PAYMENTS TO SUPPLEIEN AL. SECURITY INCOME RECIPIENTS-* DISABLED INDIVIDUALS
July 1979-June 1980



Mandatory Optional
State Supplementation State Supplementation
Federal Funds State Funds State Funds
Total Total Total

Month Cases Payments Cases Payments Cases Payments

July, 1979 79,702 $ 11,183,944 19 $ 203 1,630 $ 54,243
August 79,804 10,619,688 15 180 1,657 66,770
September 79,472 10,791,276 16 182 1,654 68,312
October 80,165 10,753,753 15 138 1,658 68,418
November 80,631 10,849,218 15 135 1,660 69,216
December 79,872 11,369,482 14 130 1,663 68,401
January, 1980 80,069 11,375,675 14 130 1,667 69,350
February 80,896 11,495,646 8 55 1,675 69,938
March 81,487 11,244,630 7 49 1,682 70,505
April 81,015 11,338,554 7 52 1,690 69,897
May 81,600 11,598,167 7 52 1,676 69,170
June 81,653 11,596,894 7 52 1,678 70,148

Average 80,530 12 1,666
TOTAL __ $134.216.927_____ $ 1.358 $814.368


FIGURE C


AID TO THE DISABLED-*SSI/DISABLED INDIVIDUALS
Average Monthly Recipients, Payments, Payment/Case
Fiscal Years 1971-1980


Recipients
(Avg/Mo'
100,000

90,000

80,000

70,000

60,000

50,000

40,000

30,000

20,000

10,000

0
Fiscal Year 1971
Payment/Case 72.72
----------Cases
Payments

*Includes Cubans


Payments
(Avg/Mo)
$12,000,000

_______- 10,800,000

/ 9,600,000

S___ 8,400,000

___ ___.- -7,200,000

_______ 6,000,000

4,800,000

'_____ ____ 3,600,000

----______________ I 2,400,000

*_ 1,200,000


72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
77.70 88.28 108.27 107.63 110.36 115.40 121.39 142.91 138.89


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TABLE 19




TOTALUPAYMENTS TO SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME RECIPIENTS-BLIND INDIVIDUALS
July 1979 June 1980


FIGURE H

AID TO THE BLIND*SSI/BLIND INDIVIDUALS
Average Monthly Recipients, Payments and Payment/case
Fiscal Years 1971-1980


Cases
(Avg/Mo)
3,500

3,150

2,800

2,450

2,100

1,750

1,400

1,050

700

350


0
Fiscal Year


Payment/
Case 74.46
----------Cases
Payments


L------1---------
-



S- ... ---S*
.. / '












1971 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80


79.04


91.62
88.24 111.22


113.56 118.75 122.80 129.11


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Mandatory Optional
State Supplementation State Supplementation
Federal Funds State Funds State Funds
Total Total Total
Month. Cases Payments Cases Payments Cases Payments
July, 1979 2,579 $ 354,038 4 $ 50 22 $ 716
August 2,583 356,044 r 2 1 26
September 2,586 364,548 Included with Included with
October 2,586 359,934 Disabled Disabled
November 2,601 364,271
December 2,582 380,510
January, 1980 2,575 378,681
February 2,586 380,702
March 2,606 372,601
April 2,571 374,100
May 2,606 384,815
June 2,608 384,259

Average 2,589 5 2.
TOTAL $4,454,503 $ 52 $ 742


Payments
(Avg/Mo)
$400,000

360,000

320,000

280,000

240,000

200,000

160,000

120,000

80,000

40,000


143.75


143.37





FOOD STAMP PROGRAM
HOUSEHOLDS'PARTICIPATING
Month of June,'1976-1980


Households
(Thousands)
350 -


1 300 -

250-



I
200 -


150-

I 100-


II so.

ITotal HH.H
(Thousands)
Fiscal Year

I Publi
---- Non-P
I House


(Millions)


$400 -

350 -


300

250


200

150

100

50-


Total Value
(Millions)
Fiscal Year


250,1 236,7 227,2 276.6 357.1
1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

.c Assistance Households.
publicc Assistance FOOD STAMP PROGRAM
holds DOLLAR' VALUE
Fiscal Years 1976-1980


$96.88
$90.90
$36.22*

$392.30


$265.29
$253.54 $248.93
-L


$378.34
1976


$361.59
1977


$344.44
1978


$235.15
1979


$392.30
1980


*The purchase requirements was elimated effective.
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FIGURE I


FIGURE J


Purchase
Bonus










TABLE 20


FOOD STAMPS: HOUSEHOLDS, PERSONS, AND VALUE OF FOOD STAMPS ISSUED
BY PARTICIPATING COUNTIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1979 1980


Food Stamp Participants In June 1980
Non Public Total Value
Total Public Assistance Assistance of
Households Persons Households Persons Households Persons Coupons Issued
DISTRICTS _____ __FY 80

State Total 357,126 943,112 55,391 173,083 301,735 770,029 $ 392,301,148


DISTRICT I
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Total


DISTRICT II
Bay
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
.Taylor
Wakulla
Washington
Total


*DISTRICT III
Alachua
Bradford
Citrus
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Hernando
Lafayette
Lake
Levy
Marion
Putnam
Sumter
Suwannee
Union
Total


DISTRICT IV
Baker
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
St. Johns
Volusia
Total


9,991
3,305
1,999
1,163
16,458



3,990
541
608
2,605
633
1,000
1,943
766
5,029
199
1,039
1,125
578
972
21,028



6,178
863
1,269
1,891
519
266
423
1,157
234
2,606
l,022
4,192
2,730
1,482
737
297
25,866



518
951
25,620
424
1,257
1,663
8,657
39,090


I



I





I








I



I





II














I


29,445
9,961
5,753
3,091
48,250



11,324
1,471
1,823
9,848
1,806
2,409
5,564
2,679
12,547
572
3,430
3,064
1,707
2,597
60,841



16,364
2,424
3,631
5,706
1,501
726.
1,386
3,427
751
8,083
3,022
12,763
8,118
4,508
2,247
848
75,505



1,744
2,893
68,384
1,230
3,400
4,495
23,711
105,857


2,019
495
262
168
2,944



503
55
91
464
94
75
228
59
1,001
12
124
115
98
99
3,018



1,232
123
197
221
50
17
88
202
6
338
96
1,075
573
209
68
42
4,487



70
167
6,374
84
196
356
1,253
8,500


6,689
1,579
- 803
538
9,609



1,744
169
293
1,799
314
255
804
216
3,150
37
459
353
302
329
10,224



3,690
398
639
714
160
56
311
652
25
1,182
304
3,339
1,857
687
249
137
14,400



248
527
19,368
290
606
1,059
4,082
26,180


7,972
2,810
1,737
995
13,514



3,487
486
517
2,141
539
925
1,715
707
4,028
187
915
1,010
480
873
18,010



4,946
740
1,072
1,670
469
249
335
955
228
2,268
926
3,167
2,157
1,273
669
255
21,379



448
784
19,246
340
1,061
1,307
7,404
30,590


22,756
8,382
4,950
2,553
38,641



9,580
1,302
1,530
8,049
1,492
2,154
4,760
2,463
9,397
535
2,971
2,711
1,405
2,268
50,617



12,674
2,026
2,992
4,992
1,341
670
1,075
2,775
726
6,901
2,718
9,424
6,261
3,821
1,998
711
61,105



1,496
2,366
49,016
940
2,794
3,436
19,629
79,677


$ 12,021,879
3,695,668
2,403,234
1,158,096
$ 19,278,877



$ 4,635,597
565,876
684,744
3,413,393
726,753
888,958
2,062,231
987,380
5,072,731
184,808
1,286,420
1,276,020
637,486
989,015
$ 23,411,412



$ 6,685,424
928,784
1,564,661
2,347,637
632,683
267,511
514,759
1,321,391
264,539
3,508,377
1,225,992
5,261,603
3,542,156
1,985,160
781,861
308,726
$ 31,141,264



$ 636,695
1,267,909
30,947,406
512,947
1,395,595
1,823,115
9,701,151
$ 46,284,818


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FOOD STAMPS FISCAL YEAR 1979-1980 (Continued)


Food Stamp Participants in June 1980
Non Public Total Value
Total Public Assistance Assistance of
Households Persons Households Persons Households Persons Coupons Issues
DISTRICTS ______FY 80


DISTRICT V
Pasco
Pinellas
Total



DISTRICT VI
Hillsborough
Manatee
Total



DISTRICT VII
Brevard
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Total



DISTRICT VIII
Charlotte
Collier
DeSoto
Glades
Hardee
Hendry
Highlands
Lee
Polk
Sarasota
Total



DISTRICT IX
Indian River
Martin
Okeechobee
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Total



DISTRICT X
Broward
Total



DISTRICT XI
Dade
Monroe
Total


3,782
15,166
18,948




24,184
3,068
27,252




6,208
17,550
1,467
3,293
28,518




516
2,442'
851
COMBINED
956
880
1,307
4,840
11,733
3,116
26,641




1,311
1,148
556
12,359
3,769
19,143




15,234
15,234




117,103
1 845
118,948


11,027
39, 135
50,162




64,269
9 ,119
73,388




18,232
51,459
4,526
10,120
84,337




1,378
6,823
2,675
WITH HENDRY
3,209
2,825
3,881
15,187
36,354
8 097
80,429




3,726
3,345
1,678
36,328
11, 257
56,334




43,614
43,614




260,224
4,171
264,395


573
2,939
3,512




4,950
494
5,444




1,288
3,187
276
661
5,412




84
256
78

121
211
247
584
866
393
2,840




256
159
93
1,392
860
2,760




1,999
1,999




14,265
210
14,475


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1,801
9 097
10,898




15,837
1 596
17,433




3,960
10,297
855
2,154
17,266




281
879
269

434
733
869
2,048
3,088
1,249
9,850




769
544
303
4,770
2,930
9,316




6,954
6,954




40,313
640
40,953


3,209
12,227
15,436




19,234
2,574
21,808




4,920
14,363
1,191
2,632
23,106




432
2,186
773

835
669
1,060
4,256
10,867
2 723
23,801




1,055
989'
463
10,967
2,909
16,383




13,235
13,235




102,838
10,635
104,473


9,226
30,038
39,264




48,432
7,523
55,955




14,272
41,162
3,671
7,966
67,071




1,097
5,944
2,406

2,775
2,092
3,012
13,139
33,266
6,848
70,-579




2,957
2,801
1,375
31,558
8,327
47,018




36,660
36,660




219,911
3,531
223,442


$ 4,471,142
15,901,188
$ 20,372,330




$ 27,454,835
3,740,958
$ 31,195,793




$ 6,956,188
22,252,598
1,872,392
3,760,289
$ 34,841,467




$ 527,725
3,580,859
1,082,023

1,843,152
1,213,373
1,919,309
6,224,731
16,858,237
3,610,541
$ 36,859,950




$ 1,731,025
1,588,962
713,393
16,210,203
5,246,735
$ 25,490,318




$ 18,677,608
$ 18,677,608




$ 103,054,136
1,693,175
$ 104,747,311










TABLE 21


FOOD DISTRIBUTION SUMMARY
July 1, 1979 June 30, 1980

Total Wholesale Value Commodities
Received and Distributed by Regular Allocation


Number of Pounds Wholesale Value
Schools 88,756,953 $50,955,366.72
Child Service Program 845,288 485,279.84
Institutions non profit 2,064,756 1,185,376.42
State Institutions 1,658,342 952,054.14
Nutrition Program for the Elderly 2,222,692 1,276,047.48
Summer Camps non profit 218,586 125,490.22

TOTAL 95,766,617 $54,979,614.82


Wholesale value based on weighted average cost of .5741 per pound

Program Participation at Close of Fiscal Year


Number of Pounds Individuals
Schools Public and Other 120 1,002,416
Child Service Programs 106 8,916
Institutions non profit 248 24,701
Hospitals non profit
State Institutions 78 19,839
Nutrition Program for the Elderly 44 26,641
Summer Camps non profit 94 63,125

TOTAL PARTICIPATION 690 1,145,638



Types of Food Commodities Distributed


Pounds
Flour 17,750,717
Meat Beef and Poultry 12,795,619
Fruits and Vegetables Canned and Dried 55,172,337
FLORIDA Citrus Juice Canned and Frozen 895,376
Dairy Products Buttar, Cheese, Dry Milk 6,668,743
Salad Oil 2,483,825

TOTAL POUNDS 95,766,617


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MILLIONS


425


400


375


356


325


300


275 -


250 -


225 -


200 -


175 -


150 -


125 -


100 -


75 -


50


25


0
TOTAL

FISCAL YEAR


- AB-.70%
$1,614,978



AD-27.27%
S$62,870,826


AFDC-26.26%
$60,549,686


OAA-45.77%
$105,546,944


$230,582,434


1977


MEDICAL ASSISTANCE BY PROGRAM
EXPENDITURES AND PERCENT OF TOTAL

Fiscal Years 1977 1980
AB-.62%
$2,503,351







AD-30.08%
$122,225,419


.m

J3
a1)
-.4
i-4

>
'.4



o
0



>.
S
C-,
a






-)
S
u




x
5



4-t

a
x
Cd


$254,900,207


1978


AB-.67%
$2,055,510





AD-29.16%
$89,613,779


AFDC-24.32%
$74,728,513


OAA-45.85%
$140,901,616


$307,299,418


1979


AFDC-24.83%
$100,910,284


OAA-44.47%
$180,710,449


$406,349,503

1980*


FIGURE K


*1980 Expenditures are based on the Federal Fiscal Year. 1977-79 Expenditures
are based on the State Fiscal Year.


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MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM EXPENDITURES
FISCAL YEAR 1979-80
$406,349,503


(OTHER)


MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS
DENTAL SERVICES
OTHER CARE
SCREENING
OTHER PRACTITIONERS
HOME HEALTH
FAMILY PLANNING
SNF/ICF SERVICES-AGED
LAB & X-RAY
PSY. SVCS.-UNDER 21


TOTAL


*INCLUDES T.B. HOSPITALS


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RECIPIENTS OF MEDICAL CARE
BY AGE IN YEARS
(October 1, 1979-September 30, 1980) TABLE 22


TYPE OF SERVICE TOTAL UNDER 6 6-20 21-64 65 AND UNKNOWN
OVER


Unduplicated Total 500,652 87,285 138,106 136,538 138,314 409
Inpatient Hospital 96,666 11,076 16,465 35,995 33,072 58
Mental Hosp Aged 577 2 574 1
SNF/ICF Services Aged 163 24 139 -
Psychiatric 21 & Under 13 11 2 -
Mentally Retarded 1,248 13 233 859 142 1
ICF Svcs. Level I & II 19,420 26 1,392 17,912 90
SNF Services 14,992 1,513 13,318 161
Physicians' Services 356,085 68,534 95,349 107,293 84,804 105
Dental Services 59,737 8,650 46,211 2,535 2,338 3
Other Practitioners 25,547 924 12,495 6,225 5,902 1
Outpatient Hospital 217,455 42,290 55,504 66,045 53,537 79
Home Health 13,626 120 101 2,024 11,377 4
Family Planning 21,136 8,458 12,665 13 -
Lab and X-ray 20,761 1,019 3,416 8,036 8,287 3
Prescribed Drugs 374,670 60,372 80,926 111,756 121,437 179
Screening 69,458 31,461 37,988 9
Other Care 47,395 4,294 8,345 14,342 20,369 45









TABLE 23

MEDICAL VENDOR PAYMENTS
BY AGE IN YEARS
(October 1, 1979-September 30, 1980)





TYPE OF SERVICE TOTAL UNDER 6 6-20 21-64 65 AND UNKNOWN
OVER


TOTAL $391,732,084 $29,911,997 $42,149,952 $130,217,480 $189,121,166 $331,489
Inpatient Hospital $129,274,908 $18,549,207 $19,060,661 $ 65,217,557 $ 26,372,208 $ 75,275
Mental Hosp. Aged 5,600,459 2,299 5,585,240 12,920
SNF/ICF Services Aged 688,053 -- 63,393 624,660 -
Psychiatric 21 & Urder 89,422 73,412 16,010 -
Mentally Retarded 13,389,407 170,575 3,001,536 9,807,289 410,004 3
ICF Svcs. Level I & II 78,453,293 110,722 6,054,632 72,164,251 123,688
SNF Services 55,001,644 6,505,527 48,395,374 100,743
Physicians' Services 35,321,453 5,049,250 7,248,390 18,081,613 4,937,495 4,705
Dental Services 4,528,931 646,489 3,548,299 173,529 160,550 64
Other Practitioners 979,696 29,229 504,955 233,625 211,855 32
Outpatient Hospital 22,796,853 3,171,551 4,716,888 10,032,594 4,871,472 4,348
Home Health 925,732 12,573 20,128 414,730 478,264 37
Family Planning 812,229 320,496 491,411 322 -
Lab and X-ray 317,696 11,505 49,488 147,567 109,129 7
Prescribed Drugs 38,118,615 1,597,198 2,493,861 11,162,073 22,857,665 7,818
Screening 1,066,490 490,375 575,980 135
Other Care 4,367,203 184,045 425,136 1,813,631 1,942,677 1,714


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RECIPIENTS OF MEDICAL CARE
BY RACE/ETHNICITY
(October 1, 1979-September 30, 1980)


WHITE, NOT BLACK, NOT AMER. INDIAN ASIAN OR
OF HISPANIC OF HISPANIC OR ALASKAN PACIFIC
TYPE OF SERVICE TOTAL ORIGIN ORIGIN NATIVE ISLANDER HISPANIC UNKNOWN

Unduplicated Total 500,652 240,125 234,542 111 643 7,115 18,116
Inpatient Hospital 96,666 49,815 42,094 20 36 853 3,848
Mental Hosp Aged 577 351 151 -0- -0- 2 73
SNF/ICF Services Aged 163 72 54 -0- -0- -0- 37
Psychiatric 21 & Under 13 5 6 -0- -0- -0- 2
Mentally Retarded 1,248 933 272 -0- 1 2 40
ICF Svcs. Level I & II 19,420 16,337 2,461 6 1 18 597
SNF Services 14,992 12,147 2,131 2 1 16 695
Physicians'Services 356,085 169,442 168,151 76 361 5,989 12,066
Dental Services 59,737 23,655 34,040 11 263 874 894
Other Practitioners 25,547 12,512 11,944 7 43 262 779
Outpatient Hospital 217,455 97.157 111,758 45 152 2,357 5,986
Home Health 13,626 10,032 2,565 -0- 1 8 1,020
Family Planning 21,136 5,573 15,291 4 16 187 65
Lab and X-ray 20,761 11,671 7,869 -0- 12 238 971
Prescribed Drugs 374,670 192,004 162,073 73 328 5,550 14,642
Screening 69,458 22,557 43,742 21 261 1,062 1,815
Other Care 47,395 24,172 20,889 8 35 310 1,981



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TABLE 25
MEDICAL VENDOR PAYMENTS
BY RACE/ETHNICITY
(October 1, 1979-September 30, 1980)



WHITE, NOT BLACK, NOT AMER. INDIAN ASIAN OR
OF HISPANIC OF HISPANIC OR ALASKAN PACIFIC
TYPE OF SERVICE TOTAL ORIGIN ORIGIN NATIVE ISLANDER HISPANIC UNKNOWN

Unduplicated Total $391,732,084 $248,609,812 $121,820,249 $76,700 $138,862 $2,709,204 $18,377,257
Inpatient Hospital 129,274,908 66,204,682 55,282,360 21,536 44,004 1,246,265 6,476,061
Mental Hosp. Aged 5,600,459 2,862,475 1,726,126 -0- -0- 17,083 994,775
SNF/ICF Services tged 688,053 284,515 231,725 -0- -0- -0- 171,813
Psychiatric 21 & Under 89,422 26,958 143,499 -0- -0- -0- 18,965
Mentally Retarded 13,389,407 9,746,878 3,169,318 -0- 51 13,587 459,573
ICF Svcs. Level I & II 78,453,293 64,643,583 10,833,510 32,652 6,474 60,002 2,877,072
SNF Services 55,001,644 44,539,113 7,747,827 7,074 7,833 51,109 2,648,688
Physician' Services 35,321,453 18,198,674 15,008,140 6,270 23,317 615,017 1,470,035
Dental Services 4,528,931 1,791,156 2,584,680 748 26,413 58,938 66,996
Other Practitioners 979,696 463,290 476,318 .273 1,660 10,009 28,146
Outpatient Hospital 22,796,853 10,022,188 11,815,281 4,203 12,911 250,742 691,528
Home Health 925,732 537,475 320,479 -0- 16 937 66,825
Family Planning 812,229 198,244 604,779 183 571 6,231 2,221
Lab and X-ray 317,696 174,215 123,871 -0- 197 3,832 15,581
Prescribed Drugs 38,118,615 26,193,518 9,387,732 3,127 9,661 345,330 2,179,247
Screening 1,066,490 343,305 674,210 330 4,005 16,500 28,140
Other Care 4,367,203 2,379,543 1,790,394 304 1,749 13,622 181,591


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RECIPIENTS OF MEDICAL CARE
BY SEX
(October 1, 1979-September 30, 1980)


TABLE 26


TYPE OF SERVICE TOTAL MALE FEMALE UNKNOWN


Unduplicated Total 500,652 166,526 333,396 730
Inpatient Hospital 96,666 27,022 69,541 103
Mental Hosp Aged 577 264 312 1
SNF/ICF Services Aged 163 60 103
Psychiatric 21 & Under 13 7 6
Mentally Retarded 1,248 690 558
ICF Svcs. Level I & II 19,420 4,871 14,443 106
SNF Services 14,992 3,913 10,907 172
Physicians' Services 356,085 116,683 239,078 324
Dental Services 59,737 26,410 33,269 58
Other Practitioners 25,547 8,010 17,517 20
Outpatient Hospital 217,455 71,186 146,071 198
Home Health 13,626 3,534 10,080 12
Family Planning 21,136 54 21,069 13
Lab and X-ray 20,761 4,208 16,532 21
Prescribed Drugs 374,670 114,279 259,992 399
Screening 69,458 34,173 35,231 54
Other Care 47,395 13,943 33,381 71










MEDICAL VENDOR PAYMENTS TABLE 27
BY SEX
(October 1, 1979-September 30,1980)





TYPE OF SERVICE TOTAL MALE FEMALE UNKNOWN

TOTAL $ 391732,084 5 111,659,075 279,494,085- 578,924
Inpatient Hospital 129,274,908 40,572,981 88,565,698 136,229
Mental Hosp. Aged 5,600,459 .2,341,816 3,246,334 12,309
SNF/ICF Services Aged 688,053 218,314 469,739 0
Psychiatric 21 & Under 89,422 43,606 45,816 0
Mentally Retarded 13,389,407 7,809,851 5,579,556 0
ICF Svcs, Level I & II 78,453,293 17,003,616 61,239,468 210,209
SNF Services 55,001,644 12,576,762 42,291,873 133,009
Physician' Services 35,321,453 10,354,557 24,940,409 26,487
Dental Services 4,528,931 1,995,562 2,529,469 3,900
Other Practitioners 979,696 307,164 671,684 848
Outpatient Hospital 22,796,853 6,786,147 15,996,041 14,665
Home Health 925,732 242,656 682,593 483
Family Planning 812,229 1,650 810,110 469
Lab and X-ray 317,696 66,119 251,368 209
Prescribed Drugs 38,118,615 9,569,050 28,517,989 31,576
Screening 1,066,490 525,656 540,024 810
Other Care 4,367,203 1,243,568 3,115,914 7,721


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TABLE 28


FY'80
USE AND COST
YEAR'S COST PER SERVICE BY CATEGORY
YEAR'S TOTAL NUMBER OF RECIPIENTS BY SERVICE AND CATEGORY
YEAR'S COST PER RECIPIENT BY SERVICE AND CATEGORY




(OCTOBER 1, 1979 SEPTEMBER 30, 1980)



MENTAL SNF-ICF PSYCHIATRIC ICF ICF
TOTAL INPATIENT* HOSPITAL SERVICES SERVICES FOR MENTALLY LEVEL I AND
HOSPITAL FOR AGED FOR AGED AGE 21-UNDER RETARDED II


ALL CATEGORIES

AGED

BLIND

DISABLED

AFDC-CHILD

AFDC-ADULT


$39L,.732,084

169,937,118

2,382,337

118,504,788

51,749,194

49,158,647


$129,274,908

18,782,054

1,051,885

53,603,831

26,770,335

29,066,753


$5,600,459

5,504,866

17,420

78,173


$688,053

621,238



66,815


$ 89,422





89,422


$13,389,407 $78,453,293

313,146 69,784,806

91,793 283,029

12,984,468 8,377,841



-7,617


ALL CATEGORIES $ 500,652 $ 96,666 $ 577 $ 163 $ 13 $ 1,248 $ "19420

SECTION AGED 116,834 27,358 566 138 128 17,505

2 BLIND 2,576 626 2 8 47

YEAR'S TOTAL DISABLED 91,586 24,281 9 25 13 1,112 1,857

NUMBER OF AFDC-CHILD 199,003 18,315 -

RECIPIENTS AFDC-ADULT 90,653 26,086 11


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ALL CATEGORIES

AGED

BLIND

DISABLED

AFDC-CHILD

AFDC-ADULT


782.44 $

1,454.52

924.82

1,293.92

260.04

542.27


1,337.33

686.53

1,680.33

2,207.65

1,461.66

1,114.27


$ 9,706.17

9,725.91

8,710.00

8,685.89


$4,221.18

4,501.72


$6;878.62


2,672.60 6,878.62


- 692.45


*Includes T.B. Hospitals and Hospital Insurance Benefits.
**Includes Optician Only.
Note: Supplemental Medical Insurance is not included in the total.


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SECTION

1

YEAR'S

COST


SECTION

3

YEAR'S

COST PER

RECIPIENT


$ 10,728.69

2,446.45

11,474.13

11,676.68


$ 4,039.82

3,936.56

6,.01.89

4,511.49


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I
(OCTOBER 1, 1979 SEPTEBER 30, 1980)

I
SNP PHYSICIAN DENTAL OTHER** OUTPATIENT HOM
SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES PRACTITIONERS HOSPITAL HEALTH

$ 55,001,644 $ 35,321,453 $ 4,528,931 $ 979,696 $ 22,796,853 5 925,732
46,579,546 3,694,878 118,877 158,426 3,657,845 393,384
183,259 235,208 5,609 2,095 148,526 16,597
8,228,926 12,415,489 264,250 187,367 7,009,026 484,035
-- 9,570,008 3,750,050 476,915 6,295,477 12,382
9,913 9,405,870 390,145 154,893 5,685,979 18,834



14,992 356,085 59,737 25,547 217,455 13,626
13,031 69,108 1,852 4,430 44,425 10,012
3 38 1,787 82 54 1,149 91
1,912 68,367 3,524 5,064 39,940 3,328
m 143,402 49,485 11,976 84,738 92
11 73,401 4,794 4,023 47,203 103


II
$ 3,668.73 $ 99.19 S 75.81 $ 38.35 $ 104.83 $ 67.94
m 3,574.52 53.47 64.19 35.76 82.34 39.29
4,822.61 131.62 68.40 38.80 129.27 182.38
S4,303.83 181.55 74.99 37.00 175.49 145.44
-- 66.74 75.78 39.82 74.29 140.02
m 901.1s 128.14 81.38 38.50 120.46 182.85

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FY'80
USE AND COST
YEAR'S COST PER SERVICE BY CATEGORY
YEAR'S TOTAL NUMBER OF RECIPIENTS BY SERVICE AND CATEGORY
YEAR'S COST PER RECIPIENT BY SERVICE AND CATEGORY


(OCTOBER 1, 1979 SEPTEMBER 30, 1980)


FAMILY LAB & PRESCRIBED OTHER
PLANNING X-RAY DRUGS SCREENING CARE

$ 812,229 $ 317,696 $ 38,118,615 $ 1,066,490 $ 4,367,203
56 93,652 18,712,146 1,522,198
652 2,099 295,274 540 48,351
18,679 97,068 12,563,778 14,926 2,020,644
101,423 34,939 3,327,108 1,017,994 392,063
691,419 89,938 3,220,309 33,030 383,947



21,136 20,761 374,670 69,458 47,395
2 7,090 102,001 -- 17,523
20 111 2,183 35 346
524 4,935 77,454 977 12,195
2,685 2,845 123,174 66,259 10,116
17,905 5,780 69,858 2,187 7,215



$ 38.43 $ 15.30 $ 101.74 $ 15.35 $ 92.14
28.00 13.21 183.45 -- 86.87
32.60 18.91 135.26 15.43 139.74
35.65 19.67 162.21 15.28 165.69
37.77 12.28 27.01 15.36 38.76
38.62 15.56 46.10 15.10 53.22


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INPATIENT HOSPITAL


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 8,848 $ 1055.19 $ 9,336,321
November 10,806 1164.25 12,580,911
December 11,668 931.67 10,870,731
January, 1980 10,206 1129.60 11,528,689
February 8,798 1154.23 10,154,942
March 8,717 912.63 7,955,387
April 11,445 1235.65 14,142,000
May 8,879 923.18 8,196,910
June 9,785 1188.59 10,651,867
July 12,846 973.31 12,503,090
August 9,735 1078.98 10,503,881
September 9,977 1087.52 10,850,179

TOTAL 121,710 $ 1062.16 $129,274,908
Avg. per month 10,142 $ 10,772,909









MENTAL HOSPITAL FOR AGED TABLE 10



AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 373 $ 1306.26 $ 487,236
November 373 1210.24 451,419
December 364 1267.48 461,363
January, 1980 379 1264.75 479,341
February 373 1188.58 443,342
March 376 1166.06 438,438
April "380 1164.02 442,326
May 394 1338.61 527,414
June 379 1280.42 485,281
July. 445 1220.85 543,279
August 341 1280.40 436,615
September 330 1225.47 404,405

TOTAL 4,507 $ 1242.61 $ 5,600,459
Avg. per month 376 $ 466,705


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SNF-ICF SERVICES FOR AGED


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 100 $ 646.20 $ 64,620
November 92 671.73 61,799
December 100 722.26 72,226
January, 1980 100 648.57 64,857
February 109 734.31 80,040
March 111 690.63 76,660
April 114 732.47 81,304
May 111 730.19 81,051
June -127 687.08 87,259
July 124 91.06 11,292
August 2 1523.50 3,047
September 3 1299.33 3,898

TOTAL 1,093 $ 629.51 $ 688,053
Avg. per month 91 $ 82,338








TABLE 32
PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
FOR AGE 21-UNDER

AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 1 $ 1018.00 $ 1,018
November 1 1016.00 1,016
December 1 1016.00 1,016
January, 1980 1 1016.00 1,016
February 1 1016.00 1,016
March* 1 1016.00 1,016
April 3 4564.00 13,692
May 4 2927.00 11,708
June 4 4187.75 16,751
July 8 1286.50 10,292
August 5 1342.80 6,714
September 9 2685.22 24,167

TOTAL 39 $ 2292.87 $ 89,422
Avg. per month 3 $ 7,452


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TABLE 33
ICF MENTALLY RETARDED

AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 609 $ 1457.58 $ 887,668
November 605 1292.93 782,225
December 581 1332.96 774,450
January, 1980 702 1644.55 1,154,477
February 659 1382.44 911,025
March 732 1410.64 1,032,590
April 803 1343.90 1,079,150
May 885 1341.85 1,187,537
June 850 1583.77 1,346,204
July 982 1401.52 1,376,292
August 934 1461.85 1,365,372
September 1,007 1482.04 1,492,417

TOTAL 9,349 $ 1432.18 $13,389,407
Avg. per month 779 $ 1,115,784









TABLE 34
ICF LEVEL I AND II


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 10,977 $ 497.54 $ 5,461,542
November 11,124 531.41 5,911,412
December 11,186 543.61 6,080,827
January, 1980 11,442 550.27 6,296,199
February 11,539 555.26 6,407,115
March 11,617 555.00 6,447,486
April 11,869 570.06 6,766,042
May 11,887 578.90 6,881,388
June 12,028 585.19 7,038,621
July 14,133 525.45 7,426,251
August 12,378 553.14 6,846,802
September 12,488 551.70 6,889,608

TOTAL 142,668 $ 549.90 $78,453,293
Avg. per month 11,889 $ 6,537,774













SKILLED NURSING FACILITY


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 7,269 $ 573.52 $ 4,168,894
November 7,353 608.99 4,477,868
December 7,291 623.07 4,542,794
January, 1980 7,160 625.61 4,479,381
February 7,073 628-.87 4,448,017
March 7,450 639.08 4,761,120
April 7,186 640.88 4,605,375
May 7,234 646.56 4,677,193
June 7,134 674.52 4,812,012
July 8,811 558.93 4,924,741
August 7,087 639.54 4,532,441
September 7,047 648.76 4,571,808

TOTAL 88,095 $ 624.34 $ 55,001,644
Avg. per month 7,341 $ 4,583,470








TABLE 36
PHYSICIAN SERVICES


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 85,883 $ 34.83 $ 2,991,234
November 92,862 33.85 3,143,319
December 85,527 32.50 2,779,581
January, 1980 81,420 31.35 2,552,882
February 78,039 33.15 2,586,977
March 108,902 32.18 3,504,773
April 112,652 35.16 3,961,188
May 86,926 30.16 2,621,916
June 85,560 30.50 2,609,502
July 100,866 32.16 3,243,989
August 75,371 31.19 2,351,003
September 93,990 31.65 2,975,089

TOTAL 1,087,998 $ 32.46 $ 35,321,453
Avg. per month 90,667 $ 2,943,454


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DENTAL SERVICES


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 6,467 $ 43.12 $ 278,834
November 8,310 47.44 394,193
December 7,978 50.87 405,825
January, 1980 6,820 46.15 314,766
February 6,654 47.10 313,409
March 6,309 44.18 278,711
April 10,824 50.28 544,263
May 5,155 40.20 207,213
June 8,679 46.98 407,766
July 9,147 46.56 425,848
August 9,965 42.58 424,344
September 10,079 52.96 533,759

TOTAL 96,387 $ 46.99 $ 4,528,931
Avg. per month 8,032 $ 377,411








TABLE 38
OTHER PRACTITIONER

AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 871 $ 37.80 $ 32,922
November 1,578 40.05 63,199
December 1,076 39.57 42,578
January, 1980 979 39.90 39,065
February 932 40.03 37,311
March 1,086 39.53 42,925
April 1,902 38.27 72,795
May 660 31.90 21,056
June 1,307 31.55 41,234
July 2,176 32.41 70,516
August 7,249 33.37 241,927
September 9,077 30.20 274,168

TOTAL 28,893 $ 33.91 $ 979,696
Avg. per month 2,408 $ 81,641


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OUTPATIENT HOSPITAL


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 33,170 $ 39.42 $ 1,307,678
November 48,495 53.11 2,575,811
December 41,368 48.88 2,022,213
January, 1980 36,247 45.27 1,641,032
February 32,897 50.42 1,658,601
March 33,030 47.62 1,572,722
April 49,833 53.07 2,644,597
May 28,028 47.38 1,327,926
June 37,509 50.74 1,903,252
July 44,567 51.11 2,277,692
August 35,117 52.66 1,849,135
September 38,125 52.88 2,016,194

TOTAL 458,386 $ 49.73 $ 22,796,853
Avg. per month 38,199 $ 1,899,738







TABLE 40
HOME HEALTH

AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 893 $ 41.71 $ 37,245
November 654 113.20 74,032
December 391 107.28 41,947
January, 1980 548 102.49 56,165
February 316 90.16 28,489
March 579 86.96 50,351
April 739 102.73 75,914
May 4,314 22.82 98,449
June 5,202 25.65 133,458
July. 4,184 27.52 115,157
August 548 75.90 41,593
September 8,123 21.29 172,932

TOTAL 26,491 $ 34.95 $ 925,732
Avg. per month 2,208 $ 77,144


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TABLE 41
FAMILY PLANNING
AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 2,392 $ 21.87 $ 52,314
November 3,908 22.69 88,663
December 2,451 21.94 53,771
January, 1980 2,951 22.29 65,791
February 2,617 22.01 57,612
March 2,559 -22.09 56,530
April 4,235 22.87 96,857
May 2,450 22.64 55,459
June 3,494 22.47 78,501
July 3,479 22.36 77,780
August 2,997 22.39 67,113
September 2,815 21.97 61,838

TOTAL 36,348 $ 22.35 $812,229
Avg. per month 3,029 $ 67,686






TABLE 42

LAB + X-RAY

AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 3,571 $ 8.19 $ 29,242
November 3,661 9.16 35,519
December 2,382 8.20 19,536
January, 1980 2,877 8.65 24,881
February 2,276 9.42 21,451
March 2,147 13.84 29,717
April 3,231 12.74 41,174
May 1,192 11.55 13,773
June 1,531 11.72 17,940
July 3,372 11.38 38,390
August 2,543 10.22 25,978
September 1,682 13.14 22,095

TOTAL 30,465 $ 10.43 $317,696
Avg. per month 2,539 $ 26,474


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TABLE 43


PRESCRIBED DRUGS


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 146,598 $ 20.45 $ 2,998,197
November 158,085 20.05 3,168,844
December 154,233 19.63 3,027,630
January, 1980 154,957 19.99 3,097,299
February 137,553 19.33 2,659,384
March 153,483 20.35 3,123,879
April 178,517 22.72 4,055,705
May 146,395 19.92 2,915,683
June 140,156 20.95 2,936,732
July 166,952 22.99 3,839,008
August 135,563 20.91 2,833,957
September 155,745 22.23 3,462,297

TOTAL 1,828,237 $ 20.85 $ 38,118,615
Avg. per month 152,353 $ 3,176,552







TABLE 44
SCREENING

AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 4,794 $ 15.01 $ 71,972
November 8,631 15.03 129,761
December 5,579 15.01 83,751
January, 1980 5,515 15.04 82,920
February 5,745 15.02 86,280
March 4,193 15.02 .62,998
April 8,578 15.02 128,841
May 4,342 15.06 65,405
June 6,371 15.04 95,828
July. 5,650 15.03 84,914
August 5,859 15.06 88,215
September 5,693 15.04 85,605

TOTAL 70,950 $ 15.03 $ 1,066,490
Avg. per month 5,913 $ 88,875


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TABLE 45
OTHER CARE

AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 7,968 $ 36.15 $ 288,083
November 10,721 42.65 457,277
December 8,606 38.86 334,387
January, 1980 8,329 39.58 329,631
February 7,039 37.85 266,436
March 7,071 34.01 240,470
April 11,254 47.56 535,213
May 6,632 33.47 221,947
June 8,896 42.26 375,977
July 10,705 41.54 444,639
August 9,073 43.20 391,964
September 9,814 49.03 481,179

TOTAL 106,108 $ 41.16 $ 4,367,203
Avg. per month 8,842 $ 363,933








TABLE 46
SMI

AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1979 130,303 $ 8.84 $ 1,151,506
November 131,034 8.88 1,163,498
December 130,568 8.98 1,172,275
January, 1980 130,807 9.13 1,193,652
February 131,501 9.37 1,232,646
March 131,938 9.24 1,218,461
April 131,600 9.10 1,196,954
May 131,818 9.07 1,196,229
June 131,510 8.92 1,173,155
July 132,383 10.21 1,351,032
August 132,968 9.62 1,278,781
September 132,361 9.74 1,289,230

TOTAL 1,578,791 9.26 14,617,419
Avg. per month 131,566 1,218,118


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SCHEDULE OF ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS*


For Fiscal Year 1979-1980


TITLE IV-A MAINTENANCE ASSISTANCE

SWAP

TRAINING

B.D. FRAUD A/P

TITLE XX SOCIAL SERVICES

TRAINING

TITLE XIX MEDICAID

EPSDT-DADE CO.

USDA FOODSTAMPS

B.D. FRAUD F.S.

TITLE IV-C WIN

TITLE IV-D CHILD SUPPORT

CUBAN REFUGEE ASSISTANCE

INDO-CHINESE REFUGEE ASSISTANCE

CETA

SSI MANDATORY

SSI OPTIONAL

-CHILD ADOPTION SERVICES

GROUP HOMES

JUVENILE WELFARE BOARD

LICENSING UNIT-DAY CARE

CHILD ABUSE-DADE CO.

INTEREST PENALTIES

TOTAL


$ 30,550,750

479,052

150,305

533,102

22,832,201

113,180

21,983,721

138,322

23,670,802

933,536

1,545,381

9,064,364

3,252,589

365,092

961,391

47,193

554,907

2,292,768

554,673

235,498

1,475,789

237,896

882

$ 121,973,394


*Source Cost Allocation Section


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