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Budget Related Information 

CAPPA's Budget "ASKS" are Simple - 

$1 Billion for Babies

100,000 CHILD CARE SLOTS!!!

Increase the infant/toddler factor

2018-19 California State Budget Information (Updated:  April 8, 2018)

Hearings:

  • Wednesday April 11, 2018

ASSEMBLY BUDGET SUBCOMMITTEE NO. 1 ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
ARAMBULA, Chair; LOCATION:  State Capitol, Room 444 @ 2:30 pm.   Click here to watch.

Child Welfare Services and Foster Care Community Care Licensing

  • Thursday April 19, 2018

SENATE BUDGET AND FISCAL REVIEW SUBCOMMITTEE NO. 3 ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
PAN, Chair; LOCATION:  John L. Burton Hearing Room (4203)
 @ 9:30 am or upon adjournment of session.  Click here to watch.

Item Description
0530 Health and Human Services Agency / Office of Systems Integration
4260 Department of Health Care Services
5180 Department of Social Services
MEDS Modernization
4700 Department of Community Services and Development
5180 Department of Social Services
CalWORKS
CalFresh
State Hearings
Immigration

2018-2019 Miscellaneous Handouts 

2018-19 Governor's January Proposal

  • Assembly Budget Committee Highlights of the Governor's Proposed 2018-19 Budget
  • Senate Committee on Budget & Fiscal Review Summary of the Governor's Proposed 2018-19 Budget
  • Click here to watch Governor Brown Press Conference
  • California State Budget Home Page
  • Department of Finance (DOF) information on Funding and Enrollment & One-Pager overall.  Below are observations based on the DOF documents:
    • Alternative Payment Program slots – increase from 32,775  to 33,096
      • Includes a 2.51 COLA
      • Full year of the RMR at 2016 Survey
      • Eliminates the Hold Harmless sunset date; no provider rates will be reduced
    • General Child Care slots – decrease from 28,563 to 28,427
      • Includes a 2.51 COLA
      • Proposes an SRR increase for July 1, 2018 of 2.795%
    • Stage 2 – decrease from 52,913 to 53,840
      • No COLA
      • Full year of the RMR at 2016 Survey
      • Eliminates the Hold Harmless sunset date; no provide rates will be reduced
    • Stage 3 – decrease from 3,147 to 3,140
      • No COLA
      • Full year of the RMR at 2016 Survey
      • Eliminates the Hold Harmless sunset date; no provide rates will be reduced
    • Migrant
      • Includes a 2.51 COLA
      • Proposes an SRR increase for July 1, 2018 of 2.795%
    • Other Child Care Activities (R&Rs, LPCs, Child Care Initiative and Qualify Improvement) – increase funding from $82,430 to $100,611
      • R&R and LPCs  – 2.51 COLA
    • Early Head Start Partnership Grant – same enrollment number (260) but a reduction in funding from 5,566 to 2,737
    • Inclusive Early Education Expansion Fund – NEW Program & New Funding - $167,242 – more details below
    • After School Education and Safety Grant – decrease of slots from 404,954 to 404,754
    • 21st Century: Federal before/after school and summer for K-12 – decrease of enrollment from 100,053 to 99,253
    • Overall funding increase from the state’s general fund (GF) from $2,735,822 to $3,081,214
    • Overall funding decrease from the federal fund (FF)  from $888,1332 to $886,014
    • Other
      • Decrease in funding for California Community College CalWORKs
      • Decrease in non-direct child care such as for Trustline
      • Decrease of DSS CalWORKs child care funding
      • Overall GF increase for child care from $3,993,834 to $4,306,490

2017-18 State Budget Archive

2016-17 State Budget Archive