Blair County officials are extending their contracts with several mental health service providers to ensure there aren’t any interruptions as the state transitions to its new budget.
Administrator James Hudack said Tuesday the extension ensures the county’s 2,400 individuals each year seeking mental health services are not turned down.
The state is also switching to a new block-grant funding formula. The commissioners say any new money spent after July 1st will be subtracted from the 2012-13 budget. The county contracts annually with Home Nursing Agency, Altoona Regional, Skills, NAMI, Contact Altoona and Blair Senior Services to provide the support.
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