FY 2017 ACL Budget Table

Administration for Community Living
FY 2017 President’s Budget

Dollars in thousands

PROGRAM FY 2016 FY 2017
Enacted President’s Budget +/- FY 2016

Health & Independence for Older Adults
Home & Community-Based Supportive Services
347,724
357,724
10,000
Nutrition Services
834,753
848,557
13,804
  Congregate Nutrition Services (non-add)
448,342
454,091
5,749
  Home-Delivered Nutrition Services (non-add)
226,342
234,397
8,055
  Nutrition Services Incentive Program (non-add)
160,069
160,069
--
Preventive Health Services
19,848
19,848
--
Chronic Disease Self-Management Education [PPHF]
8,000
8,000
--
Elder Falls Prevention [PPHF]
5,000
5,000
--
Native American Nutrition & Supportive Services
31,158
31,158
--
Aging Network Support Activities
9,961
9.961
--
  Holocaust Survivor Assistance (non-add)
2,500
2,500
--
Subtotal, Health & Independence for Older Adults
1,256,444
1,280,248
23,804

Caregiver & Family Support Services
Family Caregiver Support Services
150,586
150,586
--
Native American Caregiver Support Services
7,531
7,531
--
Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program
4,800
4,800
--
Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative—Specialized Supportive Services [PPHF]
10,500
10,500
--
Lifespan Respite Care
3,360
5,000
1,640
Subtotal, Caregiver & Family Support Services
176,777
178,417
1,640

Protection of Vulnerable Adults
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
15,885
15,885
--
Prevention of Elder Abuse & Neglect
4,773
4,773
--
Senior Medicare Patrol Program [HCFAC beginning FY 2016] 1/
8,910
8,910
--
Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control [HCFAC] 2/
8,710
8,710
--
Elder Rights Support Activities
11,874
13,874
2,000
  Elder Justice (non-add)
8,000
10,000
2,000
Subtotal, Vulnerable Adults
50,152
52,152
2,000

Disability Programs, Research & Services
State Councils on Developmental Disabilities
73,000
73,000
--
Developmental Disabilities Protection and Advocacy
38,734
38,734
--
University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
38,619
38,619
--
Projects of National Significance
10,000
10,000
--
National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research
103,970
103,970
--
Independent Living
101,183
101,183
--
Limb Loss Resource Center
2,810
2,810
--
Paralysis Resource Center
7,700
7,700
--
Traumatic Brain Injury 5/
9,321
9,321
--
Subtotal, Disability Programs
385,337
385,337
--

Consumer Information, Access & Outreach
Aging and Disability Resource Centers
6,119
8,119
2,000
State Health Insurance Assistance Program
52,115
52,115
--
Voting Access for People withDisabilities (HAVA)
4,963
4,963
--
Assistive Technology
34,000
32,000
(2,000)
Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative—Communications Campaign [PPHF]
4,200
4,200
--
Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act [TRA/BBA] 3/
37,500
37,500
--
Subtotal, Consumer Information, Access & Outreach
138,897
138,897
--

Program Administration 4/

40,063

41,063

1,000

Subtotal, Program Level

2,047,670

2,076,114

28,444

Less: Funds From Mandatory Sources
HCFAC Wedge Funds 2/
(8,710)
(8,710)
--
HCFAC Funds for Senior Medicare Patrol Program 1/
(8,910)
(8,910)
--
Prevention & Public Health Fund (ACA)
(27,700)
(27,700)
--
Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act 3/
(37,500)
(37,500)
--


Total, Discretionary Budget Authority


1,964,850


1,993,294


28,444


Notes:

1/ The FY 2016 enacted appropriation states that it “fully funds” SMP through HCFAC appropriations to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, but it does not specify a number. This amount serves as a placeholder for FY 2016 and FY 2017 pending final decisions on the amounts by the Secretary of HHS.

2/ $8,710,146 is a placeholder amount in FY 2016 and 2017. The Secretary and Attorney General will determine the final amount.

3/ Includes funding for four MIPPA programs: SHIPs, ADRCs, AAAs, and the National Center for Benefits Outreach Enrollment. Of these, funding for MIPPA SHIPs ($13 million in FY 2016 and FY 2017), is currently appropriated to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) directly and transferred to ACL via an Intra-Departmental Delegation of Authority (IDDA).

4/ Program Administration funding in FY 2015 was transferred to ACL from the Department of Education, based on a determination order between the Department of Education and ACL. For FY 2016 and FY 2017, ACL is requesting these funds directly.

5/ Funding will be transferred from HRSA to ACL beginning in FY 2016 and is requested directly by ACL in the FY 2017 request.

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Last Modified: 2/9/2016