➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
US: Presidential Requestimates: The Past 20 Years of IV-E Projections
Chronicle of Social Change – May 31, 2017
In addition to a long list of child welfare- and juvenile justice-related programs slated for elimination or spending cuts, we noted that the budget included a pretty substantial increase in spending on the IV-E entitlements. The larger of those entitlements reimburses states for foster care services provided to certain youth; the smaller entitlement supports adoption subsidies and support for families who adopt foster children.