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    Table of Contents
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ESTATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
OFFICE OF REVENUE MANAGEMENT
STATISTICAL REPORTING SECTION


ANNUAL


STATISTICAL


REPORT


FISCAL YEAR
1980-81


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STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF Bob Graham, Governor

Health & Rehabilitative Services


1317 WINEWOOD BOULEVARD TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32301

ANNUAL STATISTICAL REPORT
JULY 1, 1980 JUNE 30, 1981


The Annual Statistical Report has been published each year since 1967 to provide
statistical data on the expenditures of public welfare funds. In fiscal year
1981, expenditures for direct assistance were $512,647,077, up 16.3% from 1980;
medical assistance costs increased 25.9%, to $511,404,987 and food stamps
valued at $495,717,162 were issued.

As in prior years, data published in this book has been accumulated from records
of financial expenditures. Services are therefore recorded as being provided at
the times payments for them are made, rather than at the time they actually were
provided. In most cases the flow of expenditures closely mirrors the flow of
services; however, at times prepayments or billing delays can cause the data to
give a distorted picture. Expenditures are reported in gross figures, not allow-
ing for cancellations and refunds.

All figures have been rounded to the nearest dollar.

"Recipients" shown on medical services charts are the numbers of individuals who
received a particular medical service at least once during any given month. The
same individual is counted only once during any month, but may be counted again
in other months. The unduplicated total figure shown eliminates the duplication
between months and counts each individual only once during the year. The undup-
licated total figure is based on this unduplicated annual total.

This report does not purport to document all activity of the Department of Health
and Rehabilitative Services. Its content is limited to statistical data collected
by the Statistical Reporting Section in fulfilling its reporting functions.

Office of Revenue Management
Statistical Reporting Section


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

Direct Assistance Programs
TABLE 1 Direct Assistance Payments by County............................................ 1
TABLE 2 AFDC Applications Approved, Denied, Otherwise Disposed of and Pending............. 7
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
TABLE 8 AFDC Recipients and Direct Assistance By Month ................................. 15
FIGURE A AFDC 1972- 1981 ................................................................ 15
TABLE 9 AFDC Children in Foster Care By Month .......................................... 16
FIGURE B AFDC Children in Foster Care, 1976 1981....................................... 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, 1972 1981................................. 18
TABLE 12 Cuban Refugee Assistance and Cuban Categorical Assistance Program By Month...... 19
FIGURE D Cuban Refugee Assistance and Cuban Categorical Assistance Program, 1972 1981.... 19
TABLE 13 Assistance to Repatriated Americans By Month .................................... 20
FIGURE E Assistance to Repatriated Americans Federal Funds, 1972 1981................... 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, 1972 1981...................................... 25
TABLE 18 SSI Blind Recipients and Payments By Month.................................. 26
FIGURE G Aid to the Blind and SSI/Blind, 1972 1981....................................... 26
TABLE 19 SSI Disabled Recipients and Payments By Month.......... ..................... 27
FIGURE H Aid to.the Disabled and SSI/Disabled, 1972 1981................................. 27

Food Stamps
FIGURE I Households Participating, 1977 1981..................................... ...... 28
FIGURE J Dollar Value, 1977 1981........................................................ 28
TABLE 20 Households, Persons and Value By County........................................ 29
TABLE 21 Food Distribution Summary........................................................ 31

Medical Assistance
FIGURE K Medical Assistance By Program Expenditures and Percent of Total, 1978 1981.... 32
FIGURE L Medical Assistance Program Expenditures By Service.............................. 33
TABLE 22 Recipients of Medical Care by Age in Years By Service........................... 34
TABLE 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 1981............ .................................................. 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 S!I ............................................................................... 48

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











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TABLE 1

DIRECT ASSISTANCE.PAYMENTS BY COUNTY
Fiscal Year 1980 1981


Basic


Mandatory
State


Optional
State


Total* SSI Payment Supplementation Supplementation
STATE TOTAL $512,647,077 $303,187,917 $ 362 $3,526,672


DISTRICT I
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Total

DISTRICT II
Subdistrict A
Bay
Calhoun
Gulf
Holmes
Jackson
Washington
Sub-total

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

Subdistricr B
Citrus
Hernando.
Lake
"arion
Sumter
Sub-total
Total


$ .16,195,212
3,868,596
2,562,326
1,810,814
$ 24,436,948



$ 4,700,710
1,169,940
955,389
1,611,555
4,432,835
1,854,550
$ 14,724,979


$ 821,071
5,319,125
1,356,745
6,693,660
415,571
2,153,373
1,324,444
727,257
$ 18,811,246
$ 33,536,225



$ 8,692,745
1,459,806
2,662,327
594,553
274,056
1,036,034
177,615
1,223,810
4,085,569
1,514,822
577,409
*$ 22,298,746


$ 1,661,603
1,594,592
3,609,835
7,210,569
1,770,097
S 15,846,696
$ 38,145,442


$ 7,509,562
2,046,885
1,508,557
1,146,938
$ 12,211,942



$ 2,583,124
794,818
479,067
1,272,061
3,360,233
1,352,869
$ 9,842,172


$ 480,075
2,809,758
957,674
3,283,059
-271,702
1,429,720
785,889
360,135
S 10,378,012
$ 20,220,184



$ 4,768,727
852,977
1,684,084
339,746
212,724
629,237
130,949
756,867
1,836,324
1,157,945
405,993
$ 12,775,573


$ 773,949
831,543
1,949,053
3,751,133
917,137
S 8,222,815
$ 20,998,388


*Total includes $31,108 not identifiable by county.


$ 123



$ 123



$ -




$ -


$ -


-f




$ -
$ -


$ -





$ -






$ -




209

$ 209
$ 209


$ 73,811
12,934
8,511
16,942
$ 112,198



$ 37,437
32,175
1,872
13,877
21,017
89,831
$ 196,209


$ 4,048
16,751
51,013
25,799
4,998
10,295
4,216
3,704
$ 120,824
$ 317,033



$ -47,022
9,250
24,542
696
1,716
6,180

6,645
38,569
30,863
8,180
$ 173,663


$ 12,687
8,827
17,470
50,011
4,001
$ 92,996
$ 266,659


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AFDC Pav=ent
$190.691.705


Cuban
Categorical Assistance
S6.460.352


Cuban
Regugee Assistance*
S7.297.893


Indo-Chinese
Refugee Assistance
S1.482.176


$ 8,185,120
1,735,547
1,043,435
640,902
$ 11,605,004



$ 1,960,933
342,947
474,450
325,617
1,051,585
411,406
$ 4,566,938


$ 336,948
2,492,616
347,598
3,383,036
138,871
713,358
534,339
363,418
$ 8,310.184
$ 12,877,122



$ 3,746,192
597,579
953,701
253,631
59,616
400,617
46,666
460,298
2,210,100
326,014
163,236
$ 9,217,650


$ 872,192
75-,222
1,63-,020
3,103,705
*3.,959
$ 7,513.098
$ 16,730,748


$



$











$









$




$ 1,905










$ 1,905


$



S

$ 1,905


$ 1,337
1,240


$ 2,577



$





$


$




$ 1,561


480







$ 2,041


$



$
$ 2,041


$' 425,259
71,990
1,823
6,032
$ 505,104



$ 119,216




444
$ 119,660


$

460
1,766




s 2,226
$ 121,886



$ 127,338







576


$ 127,914


$ 2,775

9,292
5,511

$ 17,578
$ 145,492


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Direct Assistance Payments (Continued)


Basic
SST Pavment


Mandatory
State
Slinfml emonta fi


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-tocal

Subdistrict C
Charlcz:e
Collier
Glades
Hendry
Lee
Sub-total
Total


.$ 734,120
1,478,318
39,101,061
1,604,577
$ 42,918,076


$ 496,101
2,470,652
10,017,511
$ 12,984,264
$ 55,902,340


$ 4,960,732
18,684,814
$ 23,645,546


$ 36,520,069
4,292,244
$ 40,812,313



$ 22,094,953
1,670,033
5,744,784
$ 29,509,770


$ 7,924,883
7,924,883
$ 37,434,653



$ 1,278,530
2,021,613
12,025,314
$ 15,325,457


$ 922,943
3,373,558
$ 4,296,501


$ 779,297
2,500,299
249,584
1,277,910
5,490,601
$ 10,297,691
$ 29,919,649


$ 369,590
719,133
17,717,211
827,470
$ 19,633,404


$ 174,043
1,163,569
5,301,501
$ 6,639,113
$:26,272,5+


$ 2,456,345
8,627,955
$ 11,084,300


$ 18,494,197
2,133,799
$ 20,627,996



$ 9,675,468
638,921
2,776,897
$ 13,091,286


$ 3,353 451
3,353,451
$ 16,444,737



$ 664,435
1,010,181
6,837,081
$ 8,511,697


$ 501,661
1,900,429
$ 2,402,090


$ 339,983
1,335,116
94,357
584,758
2,707,680
$ 5,061,894
$ 15,975,681


Total


0


Optional
State
c.S,, l.--


$ -
3O
30

9 30


$ -

$ -
$ 30


$ -

$ -


$ -

$ -



$ -


$ -


$ -

$ -



$ -


$ -


$ -

$ -


$ -




$ -
$ -


$ 4,734
7,375
668,611
2,784
$683,504


$
1,675
98,890
$100,565
$784,069


$ 19,767
157,583
$177,350


$411,110
37,867
$448,977



$ 65,889
15,979
34,969
$116,837


$ 17,302
17,302
$134,139



$ 17,376
20,236
75,915
$113,527


$ 2,131
12,386
$ 14,517


$ 3,730
6,932

45
24,106
$ 34,813
$162,857


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Cuban Cuban Indo-Chinese
AFDC Payment Categorical Assistance Refugee Assistance Refugee Assistance




$ 359,796 $ -$ $ -
750,870 428 512
20,653,680 4,020 9,247 48,262
774,323 -
$ 22,538,669 $ 4,020 $ 9,675 $ 48,774


$- 322,058 $ $ $ -
1,305,408 -
4,602,406 450 1,097 13,167
$ 6,229,872 $ 450 $ 1,097 $ 13,167
$ 28,768,541 $ 4,470 $ 10,772 $ 61,941


$ 2,482,612 $ $ '1,227 $ 781
9,718,542 585 3,198 176,951
$ 12,201,154 $ 585 $ 4,425 $ 177,732


$ 17,374,615 $ 24,766 $ 69,665 $ 145,716
2,079,452 _- 41.126
S19,454,067 $ 24,766 $ 69,665 $ 186,842



$ 12,160,864 $ 30,018 $ 25,505 $ 137,209
1,013,993 450 690
2,918,760 192 13,966
S 16,093,617 $ 30,468 $ 25,697 $ 151,865


$ 4,542,465 $ $ $ 11,666
$ 4,542,464 $ $ $ 11,666
$ 20,636,081 $ 30,468 $ 25,697 $ 163,531



$ 596,719 $ $ $ -
991,196 -
5,095.122 3,227 13,969
$ 6,683,037 $ $ 3,227 $ 13,969


$ 419,151 $ $ $ -
1,436,178 975 1,892 21,698
$ 1,855,32 S 975 $ 1,892 $ 21,698


$ 433,78- $ 1,800 $ $ -
1,151,812 2,967 .- 3,472
155,227 -
688,895 4,212
2,753,986 4,829
$ 5,183,704 $ 8,979 $ $ 8,301
$ 13,722,070 $ 9,954 $ 5,119 $ 43,968












Direct Assistance Payments (Continued)


Basic
SST PaTment


Mandatory
State
- -- ..'1.I ~~SC& l Lai..L UPPU L OU.J,


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


DISTRICT X
Broward
Total


DISTRICT XI
Dade
Monroe
Total


$ 1,938,881
1,439,822
1,023,096
16,216,399
5,196,544
$ 25,814,742



$ 23,303,751
$ 23,303,751


$177,399,651
2,264,709
$179,664,360


$ 935,372
634,830
537,045
8,674,668
1,999,416
$ 12,781,331



$ 12,513,964
$ 12,513,964



$132,598,292
1,458,585
$134,056,877


0


Optional
State
S. l -. .(


$ -




$ -



$ -
$ -



$ -

$ -


$ 4,901
9,808
1,044
168,397
17,090
$ 201,240



$ 333,363
$ 333,363



$ 588,787

$ 588,787


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Indo-Chinese
Refugee Assfstanc~


2,961

$ 2,961



$ 17,782
$ 17,782



$ 54,672
265
$ 54,937


Cuban
C r ^n tr l i& tc e a


$ 998,608
795,184
485,007
7,330,539
3,180,038
$12,789,376



$10,398,829
$10,398,829



$30,811,823
696,890
$31,508,713


Cuban
Refueoeo Asccsstance


21,517

$ 21,517



$ 19,740
$ 19,740



$7,079,737
25,495
$7,105,232


18,317

$ .18,317



$ 20,073
$ 20,073



$6,266,340
83,474
$6,349,814


AFD Payment ateg= caC


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TABLE 2


APPLICATIONS


AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN
APPROVED, DENIED OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF AND PENDING


July 1980 June 1981


APPLICATIONS DISPOSED OF DURING YEAR
.iAPPROVED FOR
FINANCIAL
AND I MEDICAL PENDING
MEDICAL ONLY TOTAL OTHERWISE TOTAL AS OF
FAMILIES i PERSONS FAMILIES PERSONS APPROVED DISPOSED OF DISPOSITION JUNE 30, 1981
STATE TOTALS 66,419 I 161,279 11,367 23,813 I 77,786 49,494 127,280 9,094


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
Summer
Suwannee
Union
Total


2,248
746
400
223
3,617



640
140
130
610
110
124
292
135
1,024
55
165
214
143
140
3,922



1,257
190
374
378
112
30
106
313
31
718
149
1,259
762
335
156
49
6,219


5,224
1,777
955
513
8,469



1,567
365
320
1,537
263
287
720
345
2,421
130
379
507
325
326
9,492



2,900
454
888
907
272
79
251
776
82
1,731
360
3,090
1,891
853
390
131
15,055


363
156
42
51
612



119
38
16
130
21
36
69
42
201
7
37
43
15
23
797



236
44
34
74
7
15
14
80
6
128
13
255
124
45
56
7
1,138


741
305
67
71
1,184



253
76
31
306
46
52
155
102
464
9
88
88
32
50
1,752



489
75
81
143
20
20
26
156
18
282
30
497
248
70
77
14
2,246


2,611
902
442
274
4,229



759
178
146
740
131
160
361
177
1,225
62
202
257
158
163
4,719



1,493
234
408
452
119
45
120
393
37
846
162
1,514
886
380
212
56
7,357


1,645
355
71
79
2,150



301
33
25
459
17
84
228
39
337
13
48
118
24/
75
1,801



864
102
219
248
57
20
72
226
10
434
94
1,027
489
219
141
33
4,255


_____________ I ________ L ____________ I


.4,256
1,257
513
353
6,379



1,060
211
171
1,199
148
244
589
216
1,562
75
250
375
182
238
6,520



2,357
336
627
700
176
65
192
619
47
1,280
256
2,541
1,375
599
353
89
11,612


185
S86
"16
12
299



25
5
14
76
4
15
40
.16
72
0
3
5
12
17
304


181
20
27
-- 31
11
11
13
63
1
79
27
120
89
36
15
5
729














APPLICATIONS DISPOSED OF DURING YEAR
APPROVED FOR
FINANCIAL l
AD MEDICAL PENDING
MEDICAL i ONLY ___TOTAL OTHERWISE TOTAL AS OF
FAMILIES PERSONS FAMILIES PERSONS APPROVED DISPOSED OF DISPOSITION JUNE 30, 1981

DISTRICT 4
Baker 119 232 12 33 131 62 193 20
Clay 310 723 64 109 374 223 597 53
Duval 6,044 14,545 1,014 2,124 7,058 3,243 10,301 693
Flagler 74 176 5 10 79 58 137 15
Nassau 281 668 44 97 325 192 517 .38
St. Johns 530 1,212 57 139 587 259 846 85
Volusia 1,914 4,643 384 802 2,298 1,468 3,766 156
Total 9,272 22,249 1,580 3,314 10,852 5,505 16,357 1,060

DISTRICT 5
Pasco 1,204 2,926 192 358 1,396 1,095 2,491 183
Pinellas 3,932 9,217 805 1.649 4,737 3,444 8,181 473
Total 5,136 12,143 997 2,007 6,133 4,539 10,672 656

DISTRICT 6
Hillsborough 5,659 13,693 814 1,626 6,473 3,926 10,399 993
Manatee 1,154 2,839 232 481 1,386 959 2,345 119
Total 6,813 16,532 1,046 2,107 7,859 4,885 12,744 1,112

DISTRICT 7
Brevard 1,808 4,214 390 778 2,198 1,290 3,488 251
Orange 4,707 11,411 830 1,876 5,537 2,845 8,382 616
Osceola 457 1,072 97 .174 554 332 886 73
Seminole 1,242 3,017 236 495 1,478 806 I 29284 117
Total 8,214 19,714 1,553 3,323 9,767 5,273 15,040 1,057

DISTRICT 8
Charlotte 302 740 45 98 347 228 575 20
Collier 524 1,333 86 171 610 359 969 72
DeSoto 181 438 31 60 212 139 351 38
Glades 50 120 19 33 69 31 100 12
Hardee 282 763 23 44 305 97 402 37
Hendry 249 626 33 57 282 175 457 48
Highlands 438 1,035 103 213 541 217 758 44
Lee 1,244 3,193 170 370 1,414 1,282 2,696 210
Polk 2,344 5,796 359 818 2,703 1,999 4,702 395
Sarasota 614 1,402 147 312 761 939 1,700 141
Total 6,228 15,446 1,016 2,176 7,244 5,466 12,710 1,017

DISTRICT 9
Indian River 490 1,151 73 136 563 362 925 52
Martin 431 1,127 49 101 480 341 821 61
Okeechobee 231 558 51 94 282 164 446 34
Palm Beach 3,017 7,389 525 1,106 3,542 2,784 6,326 563
St. Lucie 947 2,401 169 414 1,116 824 1,940 183
Total 5,116 12,626 867 1,851 5,983 4,475 10,458 893

DISTRICT 10
Broward 4,389 10,847 782 1,865 5,171 3,367 8,538 637
Total 4,389 10,847 782 1,865 5,171 3,367 8,538 637

DISTRICT 11
Dade 7,215 18,068 934 1,903 8,149 7,626 15,775 1,310
Monroe 278 638 45 85 323 152 475 20
Total 7,493 18,706 979 1,988 8,472 7,778 16,250 1,330














AID TO FAMILIES WITH


TABLE 3

DEPENDENT CHILDREN APPLICATIONS AND CASES*
July 1980 June 1981


Item


Applications:

Pending from last year
Received during year
Total during year



Disposed of during year

Approved for medical only
Approved for money and medical
Rejection or other dispositions




Pending at end of year


Cases:

Continued from last year
Authorized during year
Total during year
Discontinued during year
Continued to following year


July 1, 1980
through
June 30, 1981


8,798
127,576
136,374



127,280

11,367
66,419
49,494




9,094


94,317
66,419
160,736
82,107
78,629


*Does not include Cuban AFDC cases.















TABLE 4


AFDC APPLICATIONS APPROVED BY REASON


July 1980- June 1981





REASON


Loss of or reduction in earnings due to:

Illness or injury of adult
Layoff, discharge or resignation of adult
Other change in employment status of adult


Loss of or reduction in support due to:

Death of adult in home
Adult leaving home
Illness or injury of adult in home
Layoff, discharge or resignation of adult in home
Other change in employment status of adult in home
AFDC father not in home
Other person not in home
Loss or reduction in other income.
Reduction in assets to meet medical or other costs


No change in income or resources:


Increased need for medical care or other requirements
Living below agency standards
Change in policy
Met residence or other technical requirements
Other reasons


Other: (case reopened pending hearing
in error or after closing for
purposes)


because closed
administrative


TOTAL


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NUMBER


PERCENT


1,356
8,843
1,205


127
729
125
210
95
33,149
575
1,358
33


.2
1.1
.2
.3
.1
49.9
.9
2.1
.0


447
3,389
97
6,151
7,911


.7
5.1
.2
9.3
11.9


619

66,419


.9

100.0




















TABLE 5


AFDC APPLICATIONS REJECTED BY REASON-

July 1980 June 1981




REASON NUMBER PERCENT

Did not meet State financial eligibility standards:


Income exceeded determined need 12,505 25.3
Resources exceeded permitted limits 1,548 3.1



Did not meet other conditions of eligibility:

Child not deprived of parental care and support 1,034 2.1
Child not living with relative within specified
degree of relationship 205 .4
AFDC incapacity not established 189 .4
Applicant failed to meet residence requirements 180 .3
Other disqualifying factors 2,967 6.0
Unable to determine eligibility 21,537 43.5



Refused to comply with procedure requirement:

Withdraw rather than enforce child support 297 .6
Refused to register for and seek work to accept 154 .3
employment or to accept training
Refused to comply with other procedural requirements 232 .5



Other dispositions:

Unable to locate applicant, death of applicant or
dependent child 786 1.6
Applicant moved to another countylor state 244 .5
Withdrawal of application by applicant 7,484 15.1
Referred to another assistance program 132 .3



TOTAL 49,494 100.0








0


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TABLE 6


AFDC CASES CLOSED BY REASON

July 1980 June 1981



REASON


No longer met State financial eligibility standards:

Employment or increased earnings of person in home
Increased support because of parents return or remarriage
Increased support from absent father
Receipt of or increase in cash benefits or pensions
From government programs
.From non-governmental programs
Other increase in income or resources
Decrease in requirements



No longer met non-financial eligibility standards because:


Resident in public institution
AFDC parent.returned to home or remarried
No longer an eligible child in home
Loss of residence
Other


Refused after approval to comply with procedural requirements:

Refused to participate in WIN program
Recipient unwilling to continue assistance due to
Child Support Enforcement



Discontinued at recipient's request


Agency unable to locate recipient


SDeath


Other reasons


TOTAL


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NUMBER


PERCENT


1,595
646
380

1,812
57
1,189
509


78
953
3,532
4,199
541


16,906


2,164


20.6


47,193


82,107


57.5


100.0













TABLE 7


AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN: RECIPIENTS AND DIRECT ASSISTANCE*

July 1980 June 1981


Total
AVERAGE PER MONTH Direct
Families Children Persons Assistance

STATE TOTAL 96,099 r87,281 762,270 $190,691,705


District 1
Escambia 4,153 7,734 10,989 $ 8,185,120
Okaloosa 928 1,733 2,462 1,735,547
Santa Rosa 565 1,016 1,475 1,043,435
Walton 333 652 894 640,902
Total 5,979 11,135 15,820 $ 11,605,004

District 2
Bay 990 1,959 2,698 $ 1,960,933
Calhoun 183 331 461 342,947
Franklin 190 357 494 336,948
Gadsden 1,265 2,842 3,827 2,492,616
Gulf 256 475 645 474,450
Holmes 177 324 451 1 325;617
Jackson 562 1,140 1,551 1,051,585
Jefferson 200 412 565. 347,598
Leon 1,724 3,321 4,727 3,383,036
Liberty 77 151 200 138,871
Madison 375 795 1,069 713,358
Taylor 291 532 747 534,339
Wakulla 195 362 514 363,418
Washington 232 452 614 411,406
Total 6,717 13,453 18,563 $ 12,877,122_

District 3
Alachua 1,937 3,570 5,095 $' 3,746,192
Bradford 316 587 828 597,579
Citrus 478 844 1,193 872,192
Columbia 526 1,007 1,415 953,701
Dixie 140 271 378 253,631
Gilchrist 33 64 91 59,616
Hamilton 216 450 607 400,617
Hernando 393 752 1,046 754,222
Lafayette 28 53 75 46,666
Lake 848 1,616 2,246 1,634,020
Levy 262 471 670 460,298
Marion 1,777 3,534 4,932 3,403,705
Putnam 1,140 2,242 3,161 2,210,100
Sumter 437 904 1,261 848,959
Suwannee 189 363 503 326,014
Union 90 174 237 163,236
Total 8,810 : 16,902 23,738 $ 16,730,748


*Includes Americans and Indochinese


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AFDC RECIPIENTS AND DIRECT ASSISTANCE July 1980 June 1981


Total
AVERAGE PER MONTH Direct
Families I 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


188
400
10,336
163
427
694
2,355
14,563


370
741-
19,479
345
797
1,253
4,589
27,574


2,392
9 186
11,578


16,654
2,011
18,665


4,232
11,828
958
2,876
19,894


428
1,152
416
144
634
706
1,042
2,895
5,206
1,411
14,034


975
806
508
7,292
3,253
12,834


10,186
10,186


30,387
639
31,026


$ 359,796
750,870
20,653,680
322,058
774,323
1,305,408
4,602,406
$ 28,768,541


509
1,031
27,788
468
1,084
1,785
6,473
39,138


3,353
13,063
16,416


23,496
2,837
26,333


6,070
16,615
1,366
4,032
28,083


617
1,616
565
865
201
946
1,433
3,971
7,199
2 006
19,419


1,359
1,123
670
9,982
4,448
17,582


14,117
14,117


42,126
935
43,061


$ 2,482,612
9,718,542
$ 12,201,154


$ 17,374,615
2,079,452
$ 19,454,067


$ 4,542,464
12,160,864
1,013,993
2,918,760
$ 20,636,081


$ 433,784
1,151,812
419,151
155,227
596,719
688,895
991,196
2,753,986
5,095,122
1,436,178
$ 13,722,070


$ 998,608
795,184
485,007
7,330,539
3,180,038
$ 12,789,376


$ 10,398,829
$ 10,398,829


$ 30,811,823
696,890
$ 31,508,713


1,287
5,008
6,295


8,614
1,084
9,698


2,336
6,119
526
1,519
10,500


233
580
215
80
297
336
517
1,381
2,594
755
6,988


538
401
255
3,710
1,548
6,452


5,236
5,236


14,501
360
14,861












TABLE 8


AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN-RECIPIENTS AND DIRECT ASSISTANCE*
July 1930 June 1981


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


July, 1980 92,406 181,819 253,678 $ 15,283,899 $165.40 $60.25
August 93,453 183,481 256,294 15,489,683 165.75 60.44
September 95,064 186,228 260,466 15,767,560 165.86 60.54
October 96,360 188,207 263,477 15,957,755 165.61 60.57
November 96,062 187,649 262,707 15,897,108 165.49 60.51
December 98,018 190,599 267,272 16,192,981 165.20 60.59
January, 1981 97,221 189,307 265,308' 16,061,981 165.21 60.54
February 97,475 189,465 265,603 16,100,505 165.18 60.62
March 97,298 188,872 264,793 16,067,503 165.14 60.68
April 97,089 188,458 264,118 16,037,704 165.19 60.72
May 96,434 186,834 262,007 15,924,931 165.14 60.78
June 96,293 186 446 261,496 15,910,095 165.23 60.84

Monthly Average 96,098 187,280 262,268 $165.36 $60.59
TOTAL $190,691,705

*Includes Americans and Indochinese


FIGURE A


AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN-FISCAL YEARS 1972-1981

Number of Families, Average Monthly Payments, and Family Size


Families
(Avg/Mo)


200,000

180,000

160,000

140,000

120,000

100,000

80,000.

60,000

40,000

20,000

0
Fiscal Year 1!
Children/
Family 2.
Adults/
Family


972

.77

.87


2.67 2.62 2.49


2.33 2.22


$20,000,000

18,000,000

16,000,000

14,000,000

12,000,000

10,000,000

8,000,000

6,000,000

4,000,000

2,000,000


1.99 1.95


.86 .84 .81 .79 .78 .77 .77 .78 .78


---------Families
Payments


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Payments
(Avg/Mo)


''


79














AID TO FAMILIES WITH


TABLE 9

DEPENDENT CHILDREN CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE


July 1980 June 1981


FIGURE B

AFDC CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE

1976 1981


Children
(Average/!

1,400

1,200

1,000

800

600

400

200

0
Fiscal Year
'Average' oorthly 13
Pavyent/Child


------- Payments

Children


Month)


76
9.18


Annual
Payments

$2,800,000

2,400,000

2,000,000

1,600,000

1,200,000

800,000

400,000

0


77 78 79 80 81
150.12 151.40 163.52 177.00 189.16


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Month Children Total Average Per Child


July, 1980 1,144 $ 221,587 $193.69
August 1,232 223,386 181.32
September 1,144 216,023 188.83
October 1,243 241,603 194.37
November 1,160 213,678 184.21
December 1,099 204,706 186.27
January, 1981 1,117 215,857 193.25
February 1,204 228,324 189.64
March 1,207 228,855 189.61
April 1,192 227,199 190.60
May 1,134 211,768 186.74
June 1,208 231.174 191.37

TOTAL 14,084 $2,664,160 $189.16
Average 1,174


,



r

/
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TABLE 18

WORK INCENTIVE (WIN) ACTIVITIES, BY DISTRICT

(July 1, 1980 June 30, 1981)


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


STATE TOTAL 9,864 7,493 1,034 136 5 141 740 3,995 $606,065 2,981 $258,329


DISTRICT 1 341 276 18 15 11 21 205 $ 27.666 251 S 17.897


DISTRICT 2 506 336 167 1 109 $ 16,053 130 $ 10,002


DISTRICT 3 302 226 131 4. 149 $ 24,053 162 $ 14.470


DISTRICT 4 1,094 922 114 24 3 140 527 $ 80,040 485 S 36
wI

DISTRICT 5 1.120 971 219 7 22 292 $ 39.555 231 S 22.008


DISTRICT 6 1,022 758 72 1 1 46 54 479 $ 70,481 419 $ 37,205


DISTRICT 7 1.583 1.214 221 25 3 16 130 656 $102,237 480 $ 38.588


DISTRICT 8 318 231 63 28 180 $ 29,457 78 $ 6,829


DISTRICT 9 711 589 29 7 1 13 42 353 $ 55,766 186 $ 20,719


DISTRICT 10 849 849 361 $ 60,704 243 $ 25,086


DISTRICT 11 2,018 1,121 64 45 298 684 S100.053 316 $ 28,888












TABLE 11


CUBAN UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN PROGRAM
July 1980-June 1981


FIGURE C

CUBAN UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN PROGRAM
Fiscal Years 1972 1981


Annual Payments


$1,000,000

900,000

800,000

700,000

600,000

500,000

400,000

300,000

200,000

100,000

0


73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81


Month Children Amount Amount Per Child


July, 1980 194 $ 25,884 $133.42
August 193 86,165 446.45
September 177 19,512 110.24
October 171 108,064 631.95
November 168 27,489 163.63
December 164 34,029 207.49
January, 1981 158 23,039 145.82
February 154 32,135 208.67
March 158 7,748 49.04
April 173 (147,430) (852.20)
May 159 14,561 91.58
June 163 10.767 66.06

Total 2,032 $241,963 $119.08


1972

















































Annual Payment

$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.

0


TABLE 12


CUBAN REFUGEE ASSISTANCE AND CUBAN CATEGORICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
July 1980 June 1981


FIGURE D

CUBAN REFUGEE ASSISTANCE AND CUBAN CATEGORICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Direct Assistance Funds
Fiscal Years 1972-1981


1972 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81


Note: 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, 1980 $ 1,237,538 $ 3,291,089 $ 25,884 $ $ 4,554,511
August 1,227,056 2,780,327 86,165 4,093,548
September 1,230,696 3,072,361 19,512 675,472 4,998,041
October 1,283,688 2,859,341 108,064 4,251,093
November 1,262,855 2,858,239 27,489 4,148,583
December 1,354,751 2,650,773 34,029 689,148 4,728,701
January, 1981 1,401,535 3,265,839 23,039 4,690,413
February 1,419,454 3,347,952 32,135 4,799,541
March 1,363,155 4,429,745 7,748 1,091,361 6,892,009
April 1,422,221 4,893,821 (147,430) 6,168,612
May 1,377,925 2,786,889 14,561 4,179,375
June 1,373,212 3,215,707 10,767 439,168 5,038,854

Total $15,954,086 $39,452,083 $241,963 $2,895,149 $58,543,281

*Includes Medical Assistance for SSI recipients.


_________________________ ________________________ I ________________________ ________________________ ________________________












TABLE 13


ASSISTANCE TO REPATRIATED AMERICANS*
Federal Funds
July 1980 June 1981


Maintenance
and Medical
Month Transportation Assistance Repayments Total


July, 1980 $ 5,774 $ 1,015 $ 20 $ 6,769
August 2,076 5,180 30 7,226
September 9,348 59 9,407
October 33,813 2,040 20 35,833
November 33,035 61 33,096
December 12,291 1,670 195 13,766
January, 1981 17,098 605 16,493
February 18,770 854 20 19,604
March 13,668 280 1,488 12,460
April 12,599 4,139 1,207 15,531
May 2,767 113 70 2,810
June 12,624 2,171' 30 14,765

TOTAL $173,863 $17,582 $3,685 $187,760

*gross figures reported




FIGURE E

ASSISTANCE TO REPATRIATED AMERICANS-FEDERAL FUNDS
Fiscal Years 1972 1981

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 1972


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73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81








TABLE 14


SUPPLDIENTAL SECURITY INCOME PAYMENTS*

July 1980 June 1981


I T O T A L Old Age Assistance Aid to the Blind :Aid to the Disabled
Average Average Average Average
SCases Cases Cases Cases
Per Direct Per Direct Per Direct Per Direct
Month Assistance Month Assistance Month Assistance Month Assistance
STATE TOTAL' 170,918 S303,187,917 84,717 $134,407,178 2,672 :5,403,269 83,529 $163,377.470


$ 7,509,562
2,046,885
1,508,557
1,146,938
$ 12,211,942



$ 2,583,124
794,818
480,075
2,809,758
479,067
1,272,061
3,360,233
957,674
3,283,059
271,702
1,429,720
785,889
360,135
1,352,869
S 20,220,184



$ 4,768,727
852,977
773,949
1,684,084
339,746
212,724
629,237
831,543
130,949
1,949,053
756,867
3,751,133
1,836,324
917,137
1,157,945
L05,993
'S 20,998,388


$ 2,631,060
750,351
562,313
477,480
$ 4,421,204



$ 972,402
295,983
208,311
977,971
172,323
599,534
1,565,479
462,401
1,141,701
89,355
641,272
303,466
148,560
511,655
$ 8,130,413



$ 1,399,609
334,172
241,935
660,223
147,580
96,733
279,665
225,886
68,192
696,621
314,787
1,179,515
623,613
340,228
560,558
195,971
S 7,365,288


83
24
19
12
138



24
14
6
35
4
14
30
6
75
6
17
10
5
11
257



72
13
5
18
3
5
9
9
1
25
5
57
31
13
16
4
286


$ 168,520
54,364
40,861
29,121
$ 292,866



$ 42,288
33,459
11,526
72,243
8,915
31,795
62,738
9,514
160,791
12,226
29,569
15,676
12,079
23,991
$ 526,810



$ 135,917
23,945
8,878
44,772
8,568
10,866
14,521
18,594
1,259
43,644
11,098
120,929
55,542
24,480
34,381


.2,429
690
499
347
3,965



866
246
152
1,030
157
340
991
239
1,045
128
363
250
111
406
6,324



1,712
258
293
518
102
55
177
323
43
701
239
1,289
617
292
329


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


*Includes pa-.ents to Cubans.


$ 4,709,982
1,242,170
905,383
640,337
$ 7,497,872



$ 1,568,434
465,376
260,238
1,759,544
297,829
640,732
1,732,016
485,759
1,980,567
170,121
758,879
466,747
199,496
777,223
$ 11,562,961



$ 3,233,201
494,860
523,136
979,089
183,598
105,125
335,051
587,063
61,498
1,208,788
430,982
2,450,689
1,157,169
552,429
563,006
202.778
$ 13,068,462


.


4,546
1,310
932
740
7,528



1,719
503
347
2,150
297
842
2,149
568
2,028
.224
857
533
257
822
13,296



2,855
506
529
1,031
223
126
405
534-
106
1,425
505
2,350
1,205
587
782
229
13,398


2,034
596
414
381
3,425



829
243
189
1,085
136
488
1,128
323
908
90
477
273
141
405
6,715



1,071
235
231
495
118
66
219
202
62
699
261
1,004
557
282
437
118
6,057


7,244 107
$ 564,638 7,055









SLTPLEENTAL SECURITY INCOME PAYMENTS July 1980 June 1981 (Continued)




S T 0 T A L Old Age Assistance Aid to the Blind Aid to the Disabled
Average Average Average Average
Cases Cases Gases Cases
Per Direct Per Direct Per Direct Per Direct
Month Assistance Month Assistance Month Assistance Month 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


Martin
I Okeechobee
Palm Beach.
SS. Lucie
Total


DISTRICT 10
Broward
Total

DISTRICT II
[iDade
| onroe
Total


283
454
10,827
124
553
813
3,451
16,505



1,579
5,900
7,479



11,358
1,386
12,744



2,117
5,914
454
1,784
10,269


$. 369,590
719,133
17,717,211
174,043
827,470
1,163,569
5,301,501
$ 26,272,517



$ 2,456,345
8,627,955
$ 11,084,300



$ 18,494,197
2,133,799
$ 20,627,996



$ 3,353,451
9,675,468
638,921
2,776,897
$ 16,444,737



$ 339,983
1,335,116
501,661
94,357
664,435
584,758
1,010,181
2,707,680
6,837,081
1,900,429
$ 15,975,681



$ 935,372
634,830
537,045
8,674,668
1,999,416
S 12,781,331



S 12,513,964
$ 12,513,964


$132,598,292
1,458,585
$134,056,877


153
227
4,596
46
245
378
1,402
7,047



586
2 488
3,074



4,992
595
5,587



790"
2,320
197
785
4,092



111
294
138
34
193
154
320
618
2,053
501
4,416



204
180
130
2,503
477
3,494



2,907
2,907


37,529
374
37,903


$ 147,051
269,884
5,518,255
50,046
298,695
412,015
1,550,769
$ 8,246,715



$ 598,132
2,620,418
$ 3,218,550



$ 6,318,474
636,000
$ 6,954,474



$ 947,417
2,799,640
205,549
884,534
$ 4,837,140



$ 125,633
382,169
155,811
45,962
211,448
225,804
323,734
668,853
2,268,870
554,522
$ 4,962,806



$ 230,840
200,359
159,032
3,362,572
561,692
$ 4,514,495



$ 3,836,561
$ 3,836,561


$77,329,703
5_9.829.
$77,919,532


'8
8
235
3
8
35
86
383



24
126
150



193
25
.218



29
124
.12
34
199



8
18
4
1
3
6
12
31
81
31
195



11
11
9
127
26
184



151
151


499
12
511


_______ ~ ~ _ __ _


$. 13,709
19,803
478,041
7,296
14,130
64,098
164,752
$ 761,829



$ 47,107
228,513
$. 275,620



$ 389,999
54,107
$ 444,106



$ 48,030
239,274
19,717
76,190
$ 383,211



$ 11,733
35,094
5,771
2,856
8,515
12,159
22,373
56,658
147,237
68,578
$ 370,974



$ 20,335
21,899
16,735
261,201
54,935
S$ 375,105



$ 322,234
$ 322,234


$1,062,284
23,592
$1,085,876


122
219
5,996
75
300
400
1,963
9,075



969
3 286
4,255



6,173
766
6,939



1,298
3,470
245
965
5,978



126
477
190
26
256
172
391
1,132
2,453
738
5,961



362
225
196
2,709
732
4,224



4,312
4,312


25,031
410
235,441


$' 208,830
429,446
11,720,915
116,701
514,645
687,456
3,585,980
$ 17,263,973



$ 1,811,106
5,779,024
$ 7,590,130



$ 11,785,724
1,443,692
$ 13,229,416



$ 2,358,004
6,636,554
413,655
1,816,173
$ 11,224,386-



$ 202,617
917,853
340,079
45,539
444,472
346,795
664,074
1,982,169
4,420,974
1,277,329
$ 10,641,901



$ 684,197
412,572
361,278
5,050,895
1,382,789
$ 7,891,731



$ 8,355,169
$ 8,355,169


$ 54,206,305
845 164
$55, 51, 469


245
789
332
61
452
332
723
1,781


577
416
335
5 3339
*1.235
7,902



7,370
7,370


!63,059
796
63,855


I


1










TABLE 15

MANDATORY STATE SUPPLDIENTATION*

July, 1980 June, 1981


TOTAL

Average
Cases Direct
Per Month Assistance
STATE TOTAL 25 S 362


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

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


.1.


10



10


12




12





3




3


$ 123



$ 123

































$ 209




$ 209




$ 30




$ 30


TOTAL

Average
Cases Direct
Per Month Assistance
DISTRICT 5
Pasco
Pinellas -
Total -

DISTRICT 6
Hillsborough -
Manatee -


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


*Includes Cubans


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TABLE 16


OPTIONAL STATE SUPPLEMENTATION*


July 1980 June 1981


TOTAL

Average
Cases Direct
Per Month Assistance
STATE TOTAL 4,821 S 3,526,672


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

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


TOTAL

Average
Cases Direct
Fer Month Assistance
DISTRICT 5
Pasco 26 $ 19,767
Pinellas 244 157,583
Total 270 $ 177,350

DISTRICT 6
Hillsborough 463 $ 411,110
Manatee 42 37,867
Total 505 $ 448,977

DISTRICT 7
Brevard 29 $ 17,302
Orange 103 65,889
Osceola 27 15,979
Seminole 48 34,969
Total 207 $ 134,139

DISTRICT 8
Charlotte I 6 $ 3,730
Collier 14 6,932
DeSoto 3 2,131
Glades -
Hardee 18 17,376
Hendry 1 45
Highlands 24 20,236
Lee 63 24,106
Polk 106 75,915
Sarasota 29 -12,386
Total 264 $ 162,857

DISTRICT 9
Indian River 6 $ 4,901
Martin 12 '9,808
Okeechobee 1 1,044
Palm Beach 207 168,397
St. Lucie 28 17,090
Total 254 $ 201,240

DISTRICT 10
Broward 333 $ 333,363
Total 333 $ 333,363

DISTRICT 11
Dade 900 $ 588,787
Monroe -
Total 900 $ 588,787


*Includes Cubans


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122
22
21
24
189


64
39
7
117
2
15
68
52
48
35
15
8
13
83
566


115
16
22
30
1
2
10
13

38
15
66
45
4
35
8
420


25
16
694

28
28
122
913


$ 73,811
12,934
8,511
16,942
$ 112,198


$ 97,437
32,175
4,048
16,751
1,872
13,877
21,017
51,013
25,799
4,998
10,295
4,216
3,704
89,831
$ 317,033


$ 47,022
9,250
12,687
24,542
696
1,716
6,180
8,827

17,470
6,645
50,011
38,569
4,001
30,863
8,180
$ 266,659


$ 4,734
7,375
668,611

2,784
1,675
98,890
$ 784,069












TABLE 17


TOTAL PAYMENTS TO SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME RECIPIENTS-AGED INDIVIDUALS
July 1980 June 1981


FIGURE E

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE-*SSI/AGED INDIVIDUALS
Average Monthly Cases, Payments and Payment/Case
Fiscal Years, 1972-1981


Payments
(Ave/Mo)


162,000

144,000

126,000

108,000

90,000

72,000' _

54,000 ,_'/

36,000 _

18,000

-0
Fiscal Year 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79
Payment/ 58.46 65.47 97.65 92.49 91.39 94.53 98.11 107.01 1
Case 68.94
------- Cases
Payments

*State assistance programs for the aged, blind, and disabled were replaced by
Security Administrations' Supplemental Income Program in January, 1974. Cuban
included in the SSI program and appear on this chart starting 1, January 1974.


$16,200,000

14,400,000

12,600,000.

10,800,000

9,000,000

7,200,000

5,400,000

3,600,000

1,800,000

0


10.26 132.21


the Social
s are


Mandatory Optional
S State Supplementation State Supplementation
Federal Funds State Funds State Funds
Total Total ..Total
Month Cases Payments Cases Pavments Cases Payments

July, 1980 83,130 $ 10,840,800 2 $ 68 1,352 $ 98,035
August 83,165 10,845,125 1 17 1,353 116,104
September 83,755 10,964,639 1 17 1,374 118,791
October 84,766 11,137,343 2 38 1,415 125,199
November 85,481 11,278,075 2 24 1,450 127,265
December 85,701 11,350,750 2 24 1,474 128,684
January, 1981 85,595 11,342,741 2 24 2,672 135,096
February 85,504 11,367,060 2 24 3,585 143,891
March 85,114 11,331,460 2 24 3,670 141,590
April 85,237 11,332,711 2 24 3,757 144,885
May 84,740 11,318,912 2 24 3,773 143,908
June 84,419 11,297,563 2 24 3,806 142,050

Average 84,717 2 2,473
TOTAL $134,407,179 $332 $1,565,498


Cases
(Ave/IMo)












TABLE 18


TOTAL PAYMENTS TO SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME RECIPIENTS-BLIND INDIVIDUALS
July 1980 June 1981


FIGURE G

AID TO THE BLIND SSI/BLIND INDIVIDUALS
Average Monthly Recipients, Payments and Payment/Case
Fiscal Years 1972-1981


Cases
(Avg/Mo)


5,400

4,800

4,200

3,600

3,000

2,400

1,800

1,200

600

0
Fiscal Year
Payment/
Case


72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81
-----*









72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81


91.62
79.04 88.24 111.22 113.56 118.75 122.80


129.11 143.75 .143.37 168.50


------Cases
___Payments


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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, 1980 2,594 $ 438,631
August 2,617 442,191
September 2,623 442,811
October 2,644 446,382
November 2,678 450,508
December 2,697 454,086 Included with Disabled Included with Disabled
January, 1981 2,672 449,643
February 2,695 453,496
March 2,715 454,160
April 2,707 454,901
May 2,710 457,415
June 2,715 459,045

Average 2,672
TOTAL $5,403,269


Payments
(Avg/Mo)


$540,000

480,000

420,000

360,000

300,000

240,000

180,000

120,000

60,000

0












TABLE 19

TOTAL PAYMENTS TO SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME RECIPIENTS-*


DISABLED INDIVIDUALS


July 1980 June 1981


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

July, 1980 81,237 $ 13,229,457 2 $24 1,660 $ 127,749
August 81,557 13,272,555 1' 6 1,690 154,201
September 82,055 13,360,309 1,721 157,956
October 82,278 13,394,696 1,719 156,033
November 83,043 13,526,296 1,725 156,813
December 83,588 13,624,467 1,764 164,798
January, 1981 83,639 13,635,827 2,384 166,717
February 84,462 13,782,313 2,992 174,297
March 84,848 13,842,406 3,090 173,059
April 85,057 13,863,583 3,109 173,944
May 85,226 13,916,727 3,152 178,775
June 85,381 13,928,834 -- 3,168 176,832

Average 83,529 2,348
TOTAL $163,377,470 $30 $1,961,174


FIGURE H

AID TO THE DISABLED-*SSI/DISABLED INDIVIDUALS
Average Monthly Recipients, Payments, Payment/Case
Fiscal Years 1972-1981


Recipients
(Avg/Mo)


162,000

144,000

126,000

108,000

90,000

72,000

54,000

36,000

18,000

0
Fiscal Year
Payment/ 7
Case
--------PCas
Pay


72 73 92.3:
7.70 88.28

es
ments
*Includes Cubans


3 74 75
108.27 107.63


$16,200,000

14,400,000

12,600,000

10,800,000

9,000,000

7,200,000

5,400,000

3,600,000

1,800,000

0


1 76 77 78 79 80 31
110.36 115.40 121.39 142.91 138.89 162.99


eq


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Payments
(Avg/Mo)


,




---I---w
_______________________

____________ ~














FOOD STAMP PROGRAM
HOUSEHOLDS PARTICIPATING
Month of June, 1977-1981


Total
Households
(Thousands)
560


480


400 1


240


160


44.6




192.1


43.9



183.3


45.4





231.2


236.7 227.2 276.6
Fiscal Year 1977 1978 1979
Public Assistance Households (Top Section)
Non-Public Assistance Households (Bottom Section)


Total Value
(Millions)

$640_


FOOD STAMP PROGRAM
DOLLAR VALUE
Fiscal Years 1977-1981


560_


480 1


400


320


240


160


80




Fiscal Year
Purchase (Too
Bonus (Bottom
*The purchase


$361.59
1977
Section)
Section)
requirements


$344.44 $285.15
1978 1979


were eliminated effective December, 1979.


FIGURE I


77.9








286.1


55.4








301.7


357.1
1980


364.0
1981


FIGURE J


.v. ? 90.90
$36.22*



$392.3C $495.72

$265.29 $253.54 $248.93


$392.30
1980


$495.72
1981


I I 1 I I _L I










TABLE 20


FOOD STAMPS: HOUSEHOLDS, PERSONS, AND VALUE OF FOOD STAMPS ISSUED
BY PARTICIPATING COUNTIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1980 1981


Food Stamp Participants in June 1981
Non Public Total-Value
Total Public Assistance Assistance I of
Households Persons Households Persons Households Persons Coupons Issued
DISTRICTS_______ FY 81

State Total 363,972 916,429 77,885 208,731 286,087 707,698 $495,717,162


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
Summer
Suwannee
Union
Total

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


10,540
3,404
2,082
1,205
17,231


4,243
592
508
2,658
639
931
1,868
741
4,496
192
1,086
1,019
556
1,130
20,659


6,151
934
1,365
1,968
539
253
482
1,260
219
3,112
993
4,612
2,809
1,642
765
269
27,373


538
1,020
28,471
447
1,392
1,736
9,482
43,086


29.628
9,422
' 5,825
2 978
47,853


11,720
1,487
1,361
9,567
1,771
2,197
5,146
2,498
11,488
532
3,316
2,691
1,592
2 536
57,902


15,915
2,609
3,694
5,559
1,437
684
1,534
3,560
667
9,496
2,857
13,465
8,113
4,624
2,249
764
77,227


1,798
2,997
72,295
1,270
3,526
4,488
24,409
110,783


2,211
644
315
:169
3,339


530
98
95
564
89
100
236
51
987
27
148
129
105
135
3,294


1,210
141
218
226
83
19
90
210
13
355
87
1,031
612
228
65
37
4,625


77
173
6,361
97
238
433
81374
8,753


7,110
1,888
963
465
10,426


1,697
324
290
2,144
278
310
812
184
3,112
87
523
390
335
429
10,915


3,700
456
644
722
252
64
310
658
37
1,178
287
3,248
1,967
777
233
128
14,661


264
499
18,967
324
712
1,265
6,220
26,251


8,329
2,760
1,767
1,036
13,892


3,713
494
413
2,094
550
831
1,632
690
3,509
165
.938
890
451
S995
17,365


4,941
793
1,147
1,742
456
234
392
1,050
206
2,757
906
3,581
2,197
1,414
700
232
22,748


461
847
22,110
350
1,154
1,303
8,108
34,333


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22,518
7,534
4,862
2,513
37,427


10,023
1,163
1,071
7,423
1,493
1,887
4,334
2,314
8,376
445
2,793
2,301
1,257
2,107
46,987


12,215
2,153
3,050
4,837
1,185
620
1,224
2,902
630
8,318
2,570
10,217
6,146
3,847
2,016
636
62,566


1,534
2,498
53,328
946
2,814
3,223
20,189
84,532


$ 14,963,855
4,681,841
2,926,579
1,431,474
$.24,003,749


$ :5,591,192
666,535
710,958
4,040,841
868,564
976,608
2,300,814
1,118,420
5,875,337
238,603
1,477,936
1,418,695
823,238
1,135,306
.$ 27,243,047


$ 8,003,087
1,223,680
1,897,657
2,773,808
797,849
327,772
64&4406
1,718,920
295,957
4,799,798
1,405,714
6,462,875
4,032,106
2,525,274
969,360
358,266
$ 38,236,529


$ 771,301
1,496,388
36,411,377
615,834
1,811,089
2,235,513
12,545,480
$ 55,886,982


__ _I I __ _ I __ _ I _ _















- FISCAL YEAR 1980-1981 (Continued)


Food Stamn Particinants in June 1981
Non Public Total Value

Total Public Assistance Assistance I of
Households Persons Households Persons Households Persons Coupons Issued
DISTRICTS I I _______FY 81


DISTRICT V
Pasco
Pinellas
Total

DISTRICT VI
Billsborough
Manatee
Total

DISTRICT VII
Brevard
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Total

DISTRICT VIII
Charlotte
Collier
DeSoto
Glades
Hardee

lands

Polk
Sarasota
Total

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

DISTRICT X
Broward
Total

DISTRICT XI
Dade
Monroe
Total


2,944
11,576
14,520


24,900
3 583
28,483


6,309
18,606
1,821
3,635
30,371


535
2,899
936
Combined
1,160
973 -
1,265
5,729
12,862
3,065
29,424


1,279
1,135
756
12,204
4,174
19,548


14,983
14,983


116,278
2,016
118,294


2,258
8,337
10,595


17,595
1,922
19,517


3,985
11,686
892
2 364
18,927


457
1,011
347

528
740
763
2,474
3,460
1,157
10,937


798
652
318
5,779
2,878
10,425


2,216
8,841
11,057


19,059
2,935
21,994


4,976
14,779
1,513
2 880
24,148


375
2,589
831

1,000
748
1,033
4,976
11,840
2,680
26,072


1,021
944
656
10,311
3,239
16,171


8,264
29.388
37,552


65,420
10,083
75,503


17,120
51,211
5,131
10,596
84,058


1,341
7,511
2,617
with Hendry
4,016
3,108
3,566
16,872
37,037
7,749
83,817


3,392
3,218
2,270
34,024
11,645
54,549


41,105
41,105


241,834
4,246
246,080


728
2,735
3,463


5,841
648
6,489


1,333
3,827
308
755
6,223


160
310
105

160
225
232
753
1,022
385
3,352


258
191
100
1,893
935
3,377


2,678
2,678


31,719
573
32,292


84,559
1,443
86,002


6,006
20,951
26,957


47,825
8,161
55,986


13,135
39,525
4,239
8 232
65,131


884
6,500
2,270

3,488
2,368
2,303
14,398
33,577
6,592
72,880


2,594
2,566
1,952
28,245
8 767
44,124


32,278
32,278


175,827
3,003
178,830


$ 5,973,636
19,502,169
$ 25,475,805


S 36,215,330
5,050,896
$ 41,266,226


$ 8,573,345
27,164,739
2,606,960
4,832,680
$ 43,177,724


$ 687,729
4,565,217
1,339,230

1,931,594
1,462,155
1,940,656
8,808,741
19,450,229
4,179,899
$ 44,365,450


$ 1,830,454
1,718,850
1,084,710
18,812,276
6,335,317
$ 29,781,607


$ 22,302,558
$ 22,302,558


$141,607,903
2,369,582
$143,977,485


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8,827 12,305
8,827 12,305


66,007
1,243
67,250


I


STAMPS















TABLE 21


FOOD DISTRIBUTION SUMMARY
July 1, 1980 June 30, 1981

Total Wholesale Value Commodities
Received and Distributed by Regular Allocation


Number of Pounds Wholesale Value
Schools 66,671,453 $45,376,590.91
Child Service Program 716,897 487,920.10
Institutions non profit 2,580,830 1,756,512.90
State Institutions 573,518 390,336.35
Nutrition Program for the Elderly 666,998 453,958.84
Sum-er Camps non profit 480,038 326,713.86

TOTAL 71,689,734 $48,792,032.96



Wholesale value based on weighted average cost of .6806 per pound

Program Participation at Close of Fiscal Year



Number of Programs Individuals
Schools Public and Other 129 1,005,838
Child Service Programs 106 9,643
Institutions non profit 96 13,337
Hospitals non profit 50 3,488
State Institutions 15 8,871
Nutrition Program for the Elderly 11 5,110
Su=er Camps non profit 101 12,100
Adult Correctional Institutions 79 19,847

TOTAL PARTICIPATION 587 1,078,234





Types of Food Commodities Distributed



Pounds


Flour-Grain
Meat-Beef and Poultry
Fruits and Vegetables-Canned and Dried
Florida Citrus Juice-Canned and Frozen
Dairy Products-Butter, Cheese, Dry Milk
Salad Oil


TOTAL POL UDS


24,489,636
9,419,228
19,762,909
904,800
11,917,238
5,195,923

71,689,734


I I


I







FIGURE K

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE BY PROGRAM
EXPENDITURES AND PERCENT OF TOTAL

Fiscal Years 1978-1981


AB .67%
$2,055,510



AFDC 24.322
$74,728,513


AD 29.16%
$89,613,779


OAA 45.85%
$140,901,616


$307,299,418

1979


AB .62%
S2,503.351



AFDC 24.83%
$100,910,284








AD 30.08%-
$122,225,419


OAA 44.47%
$180,710,449


$406,349,503


1980*


*1980 and 1981 Expenditures are based on the Federal Fiscal Year. 1978-79
are based on the State Fiscal Year.


AB .64%
$3.259.961





AFDC 24.51%
$125,354,483


AD 31.30%
$160,064,987


OAA 43.55%
$222,725,556


$511,404,987

1981*



Expenditures


Millions
of
Dollars
520



480



440


400



360



320



280



240


200



160



120


0 L
Total

Fiscal Year


S254,900,207


1978


__


40


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FIGURE L


MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM EXPENDITURES

FISCAL YEAR 1980-81
$511,404,987


(OTHER)

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

TOTAL


r


I`




TABLE 22


RECIPIENTS OF MEDICAL CARE
BY AGE IN YEARS
(October 1, 1980 September 30, 1981)


- P~ T r I.


TYPE OF SERVICE


TOTAL


UNDER 6


6-20


21-64


65 AND
OVER


UNKNOWN


Unduplicated Total 529,991 99,498 147,128 147,202 1 135,824 339
Inpatient Hospital 106,008 12,808 17,989 39,016 36,165 30
Mental Hosp Aged 528 3 525 -
SNF/ICF Services Aged 4 2 2 -
Psychiatric 21 & Under 13 11 1 1 -
ientally Retarded 1,610 10 361 .1,204 35
ICF Svcs. Level I & II 21,970 21 1,597 20,271 81
S'F Services 14,163 1,502 12,502 159
Physicians' Services 383,405 79,953 103,806 116,297 83,280 69
Dental Services 86,659 12,625 52,219 10,116 11,693 6
Other Practitioners 72,951 2,181 19,801 26,795 24,169 5
outpatient Hospital 228,786 48,489 58,677 71,320 50,238 62
Home Health 18,338 167- 123 2,622 15,419 7
Family Planning 22,257 9,450 12,788 17 2
Lab and X-ray 22,916 1,174 3,977 9,360 8,400 5
Prescribed Drugs 404,465 69,796 88,388 121,783 124,314 184
Screening 66,119 35,345 30,773 1
Other Care 55,074 5,643 9,277 16,820 23,306 28


TABLE 23"

MEDICAL VENDOR PAYMENTS
BY AGE IN YEARS
(October 1, 1980 September 30, 1981)


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

TOTAL $495,747,661 $37,366,810 $54,585,221 $169,975,965 $233,538,690 $280,975
Inpatient Hospital 157,979,540 22,461,082 23,683,890 79,923,345 31,877,730 33,493
mental Hosp. Aged 6,326,255 15,540 6,310,715 -
NF/ICF Services Aged 4,934 2,859 2,075
Psychiatric 21 & Under 66,557 58,771 6,674 1,112
mentally Retarded 27,459,346 180,769 6,248,265 20,494,456 535,856 -
ICF Svcs. Level I & II 106,352,388 124,524 8,152,746 97,953,616 121,502
SNF Services 59,122,626 7,619,963 51,396,816 105,847
Physicians' Services 41,970,159 6,380,409 8,685,143 21,257,081 5,641,676 5,850
Dental Services 10,365,234 1,018,427 4,498,363 2,007,305 2,840,239 900
Other Practitioners 3,015,862 71,165 793,021 1,171,284 980,197 195
Outpatient Hospital 27,464,859 4,313,597 5,936,314 12,242,973 4,968,218 3,757
Home Health 1,671,838 18,887 21,030 528,559 1,103,241 121
Family Planning 859,294 368,050 490,814 390 1A
Lab & X-ray 383,343 13,888 59,364 175,326 134,667 98
Prescribed Drugs 45,672,584 2,044,296 3,072,742 13,539,582 27,007,640 8,324
Screening 1,072,197 603,485 468,687 25
Other Care 5,960,645 260,805 567,057 2,347,458 2,784,502 823












TABLE 24

RECIPIENTS OF IIEDICAL CARE
BY RACE/ETHNICITY
(October 1, 1980-September 30, 1981)


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 529,991 254,433 241,315 124 881 9,614 23,624

Inpatient Hospital 106,008 53,698 45,984 19 63 1,078 5,166
Mental Hospital Aged 528 324 132 72
SNF/ICF Services Aged 4 1 -- 3
Psychiatric 21 & Under 13 4 7 2
Mentally Retarded 1,610 1,209 355 2 44
ICF Services Level I & II 21,970 18,459 2,810 7 3 35 656
SNF Services 14,163 11,285 2,188 4 2 25 659
Physicians' Services 383,405 179,934 177,407 88 561 8,181 17,234
Dental Services 86,659 39,208 42,836 10 327 1,381 2,897
Other Practitioners 72,951 37,981 28,801 11 120 984 5,054
Outpatient Hospital 228,786 102,405 115,629 47 227 3,175 7,303
Home Health 18,338 13,154 3,837 3 1 11 1,332
Family Planning 22,257 6,460 15,431 5 16 257 88
Lab and X-ray 22,916 12,142 8,719 1 27 419 1,608
Prescribed Drugs 404,465 207,538 169,020 80 451 7,547 19,829
Screening 66,119 21,248 40,665 27 233 1,304 2,642
Other Care 55,074 28,020 23,835 6 61 347 2,805







TABLE 25

MEDICAL VENDOR PAYMENTS
BY RACE/ETHNICITY
(October 1, 1980-September 30, 1981)



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

TOTAL $495,747,661 $311,508,612 $150,493,601 $100,610 S231,705 $3,971.965 $29,441,168

Inpatient Hospital 157,979,5401 78,510,607 66,431,709 36,138 83,731 1,693,508 11,223,847
Mental Hospital Aged 6,326,255 3,408,985 1,758,250 1,159,020
SNF/ICF Services Aged 4,934 1,026 3,908
Psychiatric 21 & Under 66,557 18,150 43,050 5,357
I Mentally Retarded 27,459,346! 20,343,098 6,294,930 15,364 805,954
IICF Svcs. Level I & II 106,352,388' 87,395,604 14,682,301 29,359 13,196 197,404 4,034,524
S: Physicians' Services 41,970,159 20,709,095 17,257,924 9,108 43,127 895,590 3,055,315
Dental Services 10,365,234' 5,214,431 4,451,873 1,007 38,405 104,370 555,148
Other Practitioners 3,015,8621 1,533,245 1,236,004 431 4,940 39,052 202,190
Outpatient Hospital 27,464,8591 11,840,283 14,142,244 4,202 22,373 366,279 1,089,478
Home Health 1,671,838 1,044,752 496,040 135 64 558 130,289
Family Planning 859,294 237,411 608,962 122 591 9,069 3,139
Lab and X-ray 383,343 205,603 136,057 14 513 6,558 34,598
Prescribed Drugs 45,672,584 30,970,742 10,640,913 3,683 15,406 495,682 3,546158
Screening 1,072,197 334,608 670,863 405 3,585 20,498 8
Other Care 5,960,645 3,265,238 2,309,485 694 2,646 18,487 3 51













TABLE 26

RECIPIENTS OF MEDICAL CARE
BY SEX
October 1, 1980 September 30, 1981


TYPE OF SERVICE TOTAL MALE FEMALE UNKNOWN


Unduplicated Total 529,99i 177,009 352,356 626
Inpatient Hospital 106,008 28,670 77,261 77
Mental Hospital Aged 528 203 324 1
SNF/ICF Services Aged 4 2 2 0
Psychiatric 21 & Under 13 7 6 0
Mentally Retarded 1,610 933 676 1
ICF Services Level I & II 21,970 5,453 16,412 105
SNF Services 14,163 3,621 10,379 163
Physicians' Services 383,405 126,716 256,429 260
Dental Services 86,659 34,626 51,983 50
Other Practitioners 72,951 18,985 53,924 42
Outpatient Hospital 228,786 74,917 153,698 171
Home Health 18,338 4,701 13,615 22
Family Planning 22,257 54 22,191 12
Lab and X-ray 22,916 4,546 18,351 19
Prescribed Drugs 404,465 124,955 279,113 397
Screening 66,119 33,425 32,668 26
Other Care 55,074. 16,323 38,698 53



TABLE 27-

MEDICAL VENDOR PAYMENTS
BY SEX
October 1, 1980 September 30, 1981




TYPE OF SERVICE TOTAL MALE FEMALE UNKNOWN.

TOTAL- $495,747,661 $143,300,183 $351.855.964 $591,514

Inpatient Hospital 157,979,540- 49,790,050 108,082,483 107,007
Mental Hospital Aged 6,326,255 2,382,925 3,936,987 6,343
SNF/ICF Services Aged 4,934 2,075 2,859 0
Psychiatric 21 & Under 66,557 34,308 32,249 0
Mentally Retarded 27,459,346 15,877,268 11,565,822 16,256-
ICF Services Level I & II 106,352,388 22,537,579 83,573,050 241,759
SNF Services 59,122,626 13,347,356 45,652,332 122,938
Physicians' Services 41,970,159 12,491,440 29,454,562 24,157
Dental Services 10,365,234 3,693,420 6,666,722 5,092
Other Practitioners 3,015,862 744,398 2,269,851 1,613
Outpatient Hospital 27,464,859 8,077,815 19,371,236 15,808
Home Health 1,671,838 446,040 1,223,554 2,244
Family Planning 859,294 1,427 857,500 367
Lab and X-ray 383,343 76,385 306,715 243
Prescribed Drugs 45,672,584 11,524,888 34,111,626 36,070
Screening 1,072,197 544,188 527,619 390
Other Care 5,960,645 1,728,621 4,220,797 11,227


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TABLE 28


FY'81
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, 1980 SEPTEMBER 30, 1981)


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 $495,747,661 $157,979,540 $6,326,255 $ 4,934 $ 66,557 $27,459,346 $106,352,38

SECTION AGED 211,467,597 23,417,169 6,136,654 2,075 402,180 95,077,40

1 BLIND 3,134,786 1,289,119 34,113 322,989 332,81

YEAR'S DISABLED 155,804,944 65,132,008 155,488 2,859 66,557 26,729,026 10,931,07

COST AFDC-CHILD 62,012,573 31,304,257 5,151 -

AFDC-ADULT 63,327,761 36,836,987 11,094


ALL CATEGORIES* 529,991 106,008 528 4 13 1,610- 21,97

SECTION AGED 115,599 30,507 512 2 27 19,88

2 BLIND 2,690 705 2 15 5

YEAR'S TOTAL DISABLED 93,822 27,075 14 3 13 1,566 2,05

NUMBER OF AFDC-CHILD 223,402 19,823 -2

RECIPIENTS AFDC-ADLT 105,087 29,307 1



ALL CATEGORIES $ 935.39 $ 1,490.26 $11,981.54 $ 1,233.50 $5,119.77 $ 17,055.49 $ 4,840.8

SECTION AGED 1,829.32 767.60 11,985.65 1,037.50 14,895.56 4,781.1

3 BLIND 1,165.35 1,828.54 17,056.50 21,532.60 6,400.3

YEAR'S DISABLED 1,660.64 2,405.61 11,106.29 953.00 5,119.77 17,068.34 5,327.0

COST PER AFDC-CHILD 277.58 1,579.19 2,575.50

RECIPIENT AFDC-ADULT 602.62 1,256.93 1,109.6





Note: Supplemental Medical Insurance is not included in the total.

*Recipient count is unduplicated.


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(OCTOBER 1, 1980 SEPTDEBER 30, 1981)



SNF PHYSICIAN DENTAL OTHER -OUTPATIENT HOME
SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES' PRACTITIONERS HOSPITAL HEALTH

$59,122,626 $41,970,159 $10,365,234 $3,015,862 $27,464,859 $1,671,838

49,562,973 4,649,259 2,219,762 774,350 3,713,689 935,537

185,419 302,931 41,746 12,339 179,832 20,956

9,363,103 14,103,204 1,966,843 749,369 8,089,216 682,710

11,395,498 4,799,090 739,548 7,985,814 13,155

11,131 11,519,267 1,337,793 740,256 7,496,308 19,480


14,163

12,278

43

1,849


383,405

68,537

1,925

70,391

163,647

84,785


86,659

9,208

209.

10,134

58,235

9,792


72,951

19,067

264

17,835

19,186

16,886


228,786

41,648

1,165

41,703

92,686

53,670


18,338

13,656

138

4,303

125

122


$ 4,174.44 $ 109.47 $ 119.61 $ 41.34 $ 120.05 $ 91.17

4,036.73 67.84 241.07 40.61 89.17 68.51

4,312.07 157.37 199.74 46.74 154.36 151.86

5,063.87 200.36 194.08 42.02 193.97 158.66

69.63 82.41 38.55 86.16 105.24

1,113.10 135.86 136.62 43.84 139.67 159.67











FY'81
USE AND COST
YEAR'S COST PER SERVICE BY CATEGORY
YEAR'S TOTAL N'LYER OF RECIPIENTS BY SERVICE AND CATEGORY
YEAR'S COST PER RECIPIENT BY SERVICE AND CATEGORY


(OCTOBER 1i, 1980 SEPTDIBER 30, 1981)



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

$859,294 $383,343 $ 45,672,584 $1,072,197 $5,960,645

142 122,113 22,199,952 2,254,339

550 2,573 352,093 465 56,844

22,471 104,288 15,083,142 14,950 2,608,638

103,503 41,097 4,092,915 1,024,987 507,558

732,628 113,272 3,944,482 31,795 533,266



22,257 22,916 404,465 66,119 55,074

7 7,349 105,346 20,022

16 127 2,313 30 436

613 5,217 81,659 964 14,517

2,726 3,285 139,672 63,131 11,745

19,325 7,003 80,815 2,102 8,495



$ 38.61 $ 16.73 $ 112.92 $ 16.22 $ 108.23

20.29 16.62 210.73 112.59

34.38 20.26 152.22 15.50 130.38

36.66 19.99 184.71 15.51 179.70

37.97 .12.51 29.30 16.24 43.21

37.91 16.17 48.81 15.13 62.77














TABLE 29


INPATIENT HOSPITAL


MONTH


October, 1980
November
December
January, 1981
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September

TOTAL

Average per month


RECIPIENTS


I.I-


12,261
11,940
12,088
8,999
10,228
11,218
12,586
9,792
11,167
9,231
16,636
11,279

137,425

11,452


AVERAGE
PAY. PER
RECIPEINT


$1,205.15
1,086.57
1,084.69
1,265.82
1,186.75
1,151.13
1,200.33
1,233.99
1,251.48
1,196.92
697.62
1,494.37

$1,149.57


TOTAL
PAYMENT


$ 14,776,302
12,973,674
13,111,765
11,391,113
12,138,102
12,913,334
15,107,350
12,083,199
13,975,226
11,048,743
11,605,688
16,855,044

$157,979,540

$ 13,164,962


TABLE 30-

MENTAL HOSPITAL FOR AGED



AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL -
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 348 $1,573.47 $ 547,566
November 351 1,244.99 436,992
December 343 1,248.04 428,077
January, 1981 325 1,258.32 408,955
February 355 1,697.67 602,674
March 355 1,617.90 574,354
April 366 1,662.75 608,565
May .371 1,490.47 552,965
June 365 -1,599.33 583,757
July -356 1,487.77 529,645
August 298 1,730.18 515,593
September 303 1,772.65 537,112

TOTAL 4,136 $1,529.56 $6,326,255

Average per month 345 $ 527,188













TABLE 31

SNF-ICF SERVICES FOR AGED


TABLE 32
PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
FOR AGE 21-UNDER


q


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT

October, 1980 8 $3,980.00 $31,840
November 9 1,704.33 15,339
December 0 0 0
January, 1981 0 0 0
February 7 676.14 4,733
March 0 0 0
April 0 0 0
May 0 0 0
June 10 1,464.50 14,645
July 0 0 0
August 0 0 0
September 0 0 0
TOTAL 34 $1,957.56 $66,557

Average per month 3 $ 5,546














TABLE 33


ICF MENTALLY RETARDED


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 1,000 $1,644.74 .$ 1,644,744
November 1,126 1,645.54 1,852,880
December 1,176 2,151.66 2,530,357
January, 1981 1,125 1,693.74 1,905,460
February 962 1,735.37 1,669,429
March 1,212 2,247.50 2,723,969
April 1,240 1,799.42 2,231,284
May 1,280 1,934.96 2,476,749
June 1,336 1,866.90 2,494,178
July 1,365 1,828.19 2,495,479
August 1,221 1,775.12 2,167,418
September 1484 2,201.75 3,267,399

TOTAL 14,527 $1,890.23 $27,459,346

Average per month 1,211 $ 2,288,279






TABLE 34

ICF LEVEL I AND II



AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 12,695 $557.86 $ 7,082,021
November 12,912 583.51 7,534,262
December 12,930 590.97 7,641,253
January, 1981 12,892 597.97 7,709,072
February 13,122 609.58 7,998,914
March 13,349 658.41 8,789,112
April 13,638 677.73 9,242,815
May 14,077 875.45 12,323,645
June 14,009 640.11 8,967,265
July 14,280 752.16 10,740,908
August 14,360 633.54 9,097,681
September 14,496 636.41 9,225,440

TOTAL 162,760 $653.43 $106,352,388

Average per month 13,563 $ 8,862,699


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TABLE 35


SKILLED NURSING FACILITY


AVERAGE
*PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS -RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 6,892 $ 643.91 $ 4,437,844
November 7,134 681.70 4,863,263
December 6,957 683.00 4,751,649
January, 1981 6,760 693.06 4,685,108
February 6,849 691.57 4,736,594
March 6,847 835.55 5,721,024
April 6,861 783.09 5,372,753
May 6,803 922.82 6,277,934
June 6,346 719.29 4,564,625
July 6,259 796.44 4,984,914
August 6,306 694.82 4,381,541
September 6,014 722.54 4,345,377

TOTAL 80,028 $ 738.77 $59,122,626
Avg. per month 6,669 $ 4,926,886







TABLE 36

PHYSICIAN SERVICES



AVERAGE
?AY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 97,837 $35.28 $ 3,451,316
November 93,554 33.10 3,096,545
December 104,400 34.34 3,585,357
January, 1981 83,748 32.36 2,710,468
February 117,626 33.73 3,967,737
March 114,675 32.55 3,733,177
April 127,120 36.68 4,662,808
May 90,397 31.81 2,875,698
June 110,479 38.76 4,282,439
July 76,919 33.92 2,608,741
August 85,403 34.84 2,975,029
Se;te=ber "100,319 40.08 4,020,844

TOTAL 1,202,477 $34.90 $41,970,159
Avg. per month 100,206 $ 3,497,513














TABLE 37


DENTAL SERVICES


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTR RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 13,352 $65.12 $ 869,417
November 12,402 67.63 838,691
December 11,666 73.91 862,216
January, 1981 8,730 70.63 616,596
February 12,442 79.16 984,891
March 10,764 74.58 802,752
April 14,163 76.00 1,076,447
May 12,428 72.16 896,814
June 11,452 76.34 874,272
July 10,088 68.08 686,767
August 10,327 77.75 841,808
September 13,417 75.62 1,014,563

TOTAL 141,731 $73.13 $10,365,234
Avg. per month 11,811 $ 863,770







TABLE 38

OTHER PRACTITIONER



AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENTT


October, 1980 12,815 $30.12 $ 386,022
November 10,502 29.64 311,261
December \ 9,900 29.24 289,434
January, 1981 6,821 27.84 189,877
February 10,154 28.30 287,326
March 7,335 29.48 216,260
April 11,249 29.20 328,510
May 7,608 29.24 222,421
June 7,490 28.31 212,046
July 4,838 27.34. 132,276
August 6,111 27.71 169,320
September 8,800 30.81 271,109

TOTAL 103,623 $29.10 $ 3,015,862
Avg. per =onth 8,635 $ 251,322


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TABLE 39

OUTPATIENT HOSPITAL


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH .RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 43,174 $57.69 $ 2,490,872
November 41,098 59.76 2,456,064
December 42,563 54.79 2,331,961
January, 1981 32,305 54.69 1,766,629
February 41,341 54.34 2,246,445
March 38,143 57.47 2,192,093
April 43,824 61.28 2,685,527
May 38,995 59.46 2,318,535
June 37,802 60.87 2,300,946
July 29,292 57.82 1,693,576
August 30,247 65.15 1,970,487
September 42,875 70.24 3,011,724

TOTAL 461,659 $59.49 $27,464,859

Average per month 38,472 $ 2,288,738






TABLE 40

HOME HEALTH



AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 4,233 $25.84 $ 109,361-
November 6,301 23.30 146,813
December 6,905 22.77 157,249
January, 1981 2,907 26.47 76,947
February 4,644 33.85 157,221
March 4,581 34.87 159,750
April 5,344 36.92 197,289
May 4,518 31.64 142,970
June 3,869 29.85 115,482
July 4,633 26.56 123,061
August 4,716 26.53 125,092
September 4,796 33.49 160,603

TOTAL 57,447 $29.10 $1,671,838

Average per month 4,787 $ 139,320


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MONTH


TABLE 41


FAMILY PLANNING


AVERAGE
PAY. PER
RECIPIENT


RECIPENT PYMEN


+


October, 1980
November
December
January, 1981
February
March
April
May
June
July
August -
September

TOTAL

Average per month


3,550
3,414
3,183
2,352
3,233
3,485
3,913
3,367
3,073
1,930
3,198
3,789

38,487

3,207


$ 79,333
76,457
71,527
51,626
71,997
77,953
86,649
75,782
67,925
42,347
71,331
86,367

$859,294

$ 71,608


TABLE 42

LAB + X-RAY



AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 2,375 $13.06 $ 31,013
November 1,640 12.80 20,995
December 2,390 11.65 27,836
January, 1981 2,954 9.42 27,836
February. 4,144 10.26 42,530
March 2,980 12.08 36,010
April 3,389 12.90 43,716
May 2,892 11.74 33,966
June 2,169 10.99 23,839
July 2,342 9.48 22,199
August 2,845 10.78 30,672
September 3.782 11.30 42,731

TOTAL 33,902 $11.31 $383,343

Average per month 2,825 $ 31,945


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RECIPIENTS


$22.35
22.40
22.47
21.95
22.27
22.37
22.14
22.51
22.10
21.94
22.30
22.79

$22.33


TOTAL
PAYMENT














TABLE 43

PRESCRIBED DRUGS


AVERAGE.
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 166,696 $22.35 $ 3,725,042
November 153,304 21.25 3,257,310
December 174,988 23.53 4,117,333
January, 1981 160,936 21.69 3,490,306
February 152,657 20.80 3,175,115
March 177,741 23.58 4,190,644
April 180,742 24.12 4,359,577
May 166,306 22.84 3,797,821
June 165,449 23.15 3,829,887
July 161,037 22.86 3,681,510
August 150,747 23.24 3,503,128
September 178,085 25.52 4,544,911

TOTAL 1,988,688 $22.97 $45,672,584

Average per month 165,724 $ 3,806,049





TABLE 44

SCREENING


AVERAGE -
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT


October, 1980 6,985 $15.02 $ 104,945
November 5,830 15.08 87,895
December 6,349 15.07 95,686
January, 1981 3,862 15.03 58,050
February 4,781 15.03 71,880
March 5,210 15.04 78,345
April 7,347 15.07 110,696
May 6,427 15.06 96,807
June 6,630 15.12 100,230
July 4,038 15.05 60,765
August 6,981 15.08 105,247
September 6 736 15.09 101,651

TOTAL 71,176 $15.06 $1,072,197

Average per month 5,931 $ 89,350









TABLE 45

OTHER CARE


AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENTS PAYMENT


October, 1980
November
December
January, 1981
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September

TOTAL
Avg. per month


11,467
10,168
10,874
8,483
10,587
8,588
12,980
10,847
10,596
8,072
12,061
12,405-.

127,128
10,594-


$ 55.08
49.17
47.08
46.23
47.73
.47.04
46.37
44.67
45.19
38.46
43.10
49.98

$ 46.89


$ 631,603
500,000
511,977
392,196
505,314
403,937
601,902
484,547
478,851
310,483
519,862
619,973

$ 5,960,645
$ 496,720


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AVERAGE
PAY. PER TOTAL
MONTH RECIPIENTS RECIPIENT PAYMENT



October, 1980 131,728 $ 9.60 $ 1,264,477
November 131,164 9.56 1,253,718
December 132,682 9.98 1,324,234
January, 1981 132,295 8.34 1,103,192
February 132,058 9.79 1,292,322
March 131,422 9.62 1,264,234
April 132,012 9.62 1,269,519
May 130,725 9.62 1,257,797
June 131,492 9.70 1,274,858
July 130,568 11.10 1,449,025
August 131,714 11.06 1,456,512
September 130,297- 11.11 1,447,438

TOTAL 1,578,157 $ 9.92 $15,657,326
Avg. per month 131,513 $ 1,304,777


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SCHEDULE OF ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS*


For Fiscal Year 1980-1981


TITLE IV-A MAINTENANCE ASSISTANCE

SWAP

TRAINING

B.D. FRAUD A/P

TITLE XX SOCIAL SERVICES

TRAINING

TITLE XIX MEDICAID

MED FRAUD

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

WORKFARE

INELIGIBLE CLIENTS

ENTRANTS

LEAP

REFUGEES (PRIOR YEARS)

REFUGEE ASST PROGAMi

TOTAL


$ 31,675,327

610,311

195,147

819,086

22,986,907

125,209

24,423,119

2,096

28,204,738

1,270,547

1,651,739

10,336,573

2,500,453

174,809

558,414

169,251

614,258

2,643,036

596,636

227,256

1,442,741

250,919

11

620

411,881

1,851,073

1,655,236

22,022

3,610,867

$ 139,030,282


*Source Cost Allocation Section


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