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Developmental Disabilities Basic Support and Advocacy Grants

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

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Possible uses and use restrictions...

(1) Allotments under the basic developmental disabilities formula grant program may be used by States for priority area and other activities, including administrative costs, to build capacity, to refocus existing services, and to advocate to better meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. The designated State agency in each State receives, accounts for and disburses funds, and provides for required assurances and other administrative support services on behalf of the State Developmental Disabilities Council, which carries out the priority area activity and other activities under an approved triennial State Plan. This plan and corresponding budget is developed and administered by the State Developmental Disabilities Council. Federal funds may be expended for up to half the cost of the functions of the designated State agency under this program, but may not exceed five percent of a State's allotment or $50,000, whichever is less. (2) Allotments under the protection and advocacy program may be used to assist States in supporting a system which will have authority to pursue legal and other remedies to protect the rights of individuals with developmental disabilities within the State.