LD 378 LR 1337(01)
Resolve, to Eliminate the So-called Fail First Requirement for Children's Residential Services for Certain Individuals Whose Needs Are Unable to Be Met with Home and Community-based Services by Expanding Eligibility for Those Individuals
Preliminary Fiscal Impact Statement for Original Bill
Sponsor: Rep. Crockett of Portland
Committee: Health and Human Services
Fiscal Note Required: Yes
Preliminary Fiscal Impact Statement
FY 2023-24 FY 2024-25 Projections  FY 2025-26 Projections  FY 2026-27
Net Cost (Savings)
General Fund $1,513,814 $2,034,925 $2,034,925 $2,034,925
General Fund $1,513,814 $2,034,925 $2,034,925 $2,034,925
Federal Expenditures Fund $2,084,530 $2,762,867 $2,762,867 $2,762,867
Federal Expenditures Fund $2,084,530 $2,763,867 $2,762,867 $2,762,867
Fiscal Detail and Notes
The Department of Health and Human Services will require General Fund appropriations of $1,513,814 in fiscal year 2023-24 and $2,034,925 in fiscal year 2024-25 for children's residential services to include individuals who are unable to access services in the home or community or who are hospitalized and unable to secure clinical documentation that the individual's treatment needs cannot be met by outpatient or home and community-based treatment models and in other circumstances in which an individual cannot be safely maintained at home or in the community. Federal Expenditures Fund allocations will also be required for the FMAP match.