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Programs of the Fund for a Healthy Maine, A Diagram, July 2011
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Programs of the Fund for a Healthy Maine, A Diagram, July 2011

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  • 1. Fund for a Healthy Maine funded programs per PL 2011, c. 380 DHHS-Centers for Disease Control •Tobacco Prevention and Control •Community and School Grants DHHS-Office of Child •Immunizations •Family Planning and Family Services Department of Administrative and •Oral Health •Purchased Social •Donated Dental Services Financial Affairs •Public Health Infrastructure •Head Start •Home Visitation DHHS-Office of Substance Abuse Dirigo Health Program FUND FOR •Substance Abuse •OSA Medicaid Match A HEALTHY Attorney General MAINE DHHS-Office of MaineCare Services •Medical Care FAME DHHS-Office of Elder •Health Education Services Centers •Drugs for the Elderly •Dental Education Department of Education •School Breakfast Program
  • 2. Programs funded by the FHM prior to FY 12/13 biennium Judiciary •Drug Court Coordination Department of Department of Education Public Safety GENERAL •School Nurse •Fire Marshals Office Consultant (inspectors) FUND DHHS-Office of DHHS-Office of Child and Family Substance Services Abuse •Service Centers •Substance Abuse (inspectors) •Home Visitation Quality Child Care (FAME) and Bone Marrow Screenings (DHHS) were two programs previously funded by the Fund for a Healthy Maine, but saw their funding eliminated in FY 2012 and 2013.

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