DHS Calls Off Cuts to Services for Disabled Children
The state agency said costs-per-case have stabilized and come under budget, allowing the agency to hold off on limiting the number of kids who can receive in-home supports that allow them to live with their families.
Oregon's Department of Human Services has called off plans to cut off enrollment to its disability assistance programs after the agency found other ways to make $13.3 million in budget cuts elsewhere.
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