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Forensic Services


funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Description
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY19 $10,797,407 $10,797,407
FY18 $9,459,018 $9,232,517
FY17 $9,582,598 $9,147,474
FY16 $9,798,787 $9,183,472
FY15 $9,537,420 $8,878,876
FY14 $9,192,796 $8,497,163
FY13 $9,142,737 $8,321,818
FY12 $9,045,853 $8,097,163
FY11 $9,293,994 $8,081,928
FY10 $9,553,932 $8,146,363
FY09 $9,537,232 $8,052,862
FY08 $9,630,027 $8,018,911
FY07 $8,229,913 $6,607,903
FY06 $7,732,050 $6,050,905
FY05 $7,994,292 $6,028,399
FY04 $8,153,179 $5,968,876
FY03 $8,480,432 $6,074,464
FY02 $9,793,381 $6,863,712
FY01 $10,617,124 $7,311,564
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Funding for Forensic Services

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

This line item funds mental health services for adults and children involved in the juvenile and criminal justice systems. It also includes partial funding for the Juvenile Court Clinic system. The Juvenile Court Clinics provide court-ordered evaluations and assessments of children referred to the juvenile justice system.

The Juvenile Court services are delivered mainly through a system of Juvenile Court Clinics that operate in courts across the state. Juvenile judges rely on the juvenile court clinics for evaluations associated with Children Requiring Assistance (formerly CHINS) and delinquency cases, as well as same-day assessments for crisis evaluations. Clinicians may provide emergency evaluations of children in crisis, psycho-social evaluations to support treatment and service planning, risk assessments when children exhibit complex or possibly dangerous behavior, and evaluations as to whether a child might be competent to stand trial.

Clinicians may include psychologists, social workers, or other mental health professionals who are specially-trained by the Dept. of Mental Health. The intention of the Juvenile Court Clinics is to balance the interests of children and families, as well as public safety, and funding for the court clinics comes from both the Juvenile Trial Court and the Dept. of Mental Health.

Updated, April 2015

Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY19 GAA $10,797,407 $10,797,407
FY19 Leg $10,797,407 $10,797,407
FY19 Sen $10,797,407 $10,797,407
FY19 SWM $10,797,407 $10,797,407
FY19 Hou $9,296,840 $9,296,840
FY19 HWM $9,296,840 $9,296,840
FY19 Gov $9,297,407 $9,297,407
FY18 $9,459,018 $9,232,517