In Wisconsin, counties hold the primary responsibility for providing public human services. This report examines Community Aids, one source of financial assistance for human services that the state provides to counties. The report documents a real decrease in Community Aids allocations to counties, demographic changes that suggest the need for human services in Wisconsin is rising, and the increased cost of human service provision. The report explores how counties are responding to these trends.
An Analysis of Community Aids
- Volume or issue no.: Public Affairs Workshop, Domestic Issues, Public Affairs 869, taught by Andrew Reschovsky in Spring 2006
- Author(s): Bai Linh Hoang, Martha Kraetsch, Jennifer Leavitt-Moy, and Maureen Quinn
- Link to publication: Download PDF
- Client Name: the Wisconsin Joint Legislative Council