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Emergency Assistance - Family Shelters and Services and Related Programs 7004-0101

funding levels adjusted for inflation (cpi)

  • Funding History
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (cpi) NOT adjusted
FY23 SWM $213,241,057 $213,241,057
FY22 $201,642,506 $196,960,750
FY21 $200,276,053 $188,874,200
FY20 $188,567,232 $173,850,891
FY19 $189,456,079 $171,959,221
FY18 $196,767,802 $174,975,999
FY17 $202,372,217 $176,000,222
FY16 $229,626,063 $196,058,948
FY15 $226,130,164 $191,799,718
FY14 $191,576,421 $161,337,421
FY13 $165,002,671 $136,829,154
FY12 $168,603,592 $137,497,836
FY11 $203,675,938 $161,360,773
FY10 $195,271,250 $151,693,012
FY09 $118,064,021 $90,822,019
FY08 $113,324,365 $85,971,964
FY07 $105,800,406 $77,392,949
FY06 $103,230,129 $73,600,000
FY05 $114,163,109 $78,432,024
FY04 $106,351,040 $70,933,764
FY03 $110,668,133 $72,220,128
FY02 $99,649,967 $63,628,138
FY01 $76,138,032 $47,769,502

comparisons adjusted for inflation (cpi)

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Funding for Emergency Assistance - Family Shelters and Services and Related Programs
77.9%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (cpi)

Notes

  • Funding for Emergency Assistance--Family Shelters and Services moved from a line item in the Dept. of Transitional Assistance to a line item in the Dept. of Housing and Community Development in FY10. In FY13, funding to support the family shelter overflow in hotels and motels moved to a distinct line item.
  • Use caution comparing funding for this line item FY09-FY10. In FY10, funding for information technology was taken out of this line item and shifted to a centralized information technology account. The exact amount of this accounting change is not available.
  • In FY20, a supplemental budget allocated $2.5 million collectively to Emergency Assistant (7004-0101) and Homeless Individuals Assistance (7004-0102). MassBudget assumes this amount is split equally between the two line items.
  • In FY21, the amount shifted from FY20 into FY21 through prior appropriation continued (PAC) was taken from data on the Massachusetts Comptroller's website.

* Funding and comparison information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.

Adjusted for inflation (cpi) NOT adjusted
FY23 SWM $213,241,057 $213,241,057
FY23 Hou $218,641,057 $218,641,057
FY23 HWM $218,241,057 $218,241,057
FY23 Gov $213,209,537 $213,209,537
FY22 $201,642,506 $196,960,750
FY22 GAA $201,642,506 $196,960,750

Notes

  • Funding for Emergency Assistance--Family Shelters and Services moved from a line item in the Dept. of Transitional Assistance to a line item in the Dept. of Housing and Community Development in FY10. In FY13, funding to support the family shelter overflow in hotels and motels moved to a distinct line item.
  • Use caution comparing funding for this line item FY09-FY10. In FY10, funding for information technology was taken out of this line item and shifted to a centralized information technology account. The exact amount of this accounting change is not available.
  • In FY20, a supplemental budget allocated $2.5 million collectively to Emergency Assistant (7004-0101) and Homeless Individuals Assistance (7004-0102). MassBudget assumes this amount is split equally between the two line items.
  • In FY21, the amount shifted from FY20 into FY21 through prior appropriation continued (PAC) was taken from data on the Massachusetts Comptroller's website.

* Funding information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.

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