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46.48

46.48 Grants for community programs.

46.48(1)

(1) General. From the appropriation accounts under s. 20.435 (5) (bc) and (7) (bc), the department shall award grants for community programs as provided in this section.

46.48(4)

(4) Treatment alternative program. For grants under s. 46.65, the department shall award not more than $261,300 in each fiscal year as grants to applicants that have previously received grants under s. 46.65.

46.48(5)

(5) Alcohol and other drug abuse residential treatment. For funding of at least 8 beds at a community-based residential facility in which English and Spanish are spoken, to provide treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse to residents of a 1st class city, the department may distribute not more than $248,200 for each fiscal year as a grant to the New Beginning residential treatment program in the city of Milwaukee.

46.48(8)

(8) Prisoner reintegration program.

46.48(8)(a)

(a) In this subsection, "prisoner" has the meaning given in s. 301.01 (2).

46.48(8)(b)

(b) The department shall award $125,000 in each fiscal year as a grant to an organization or a group of organizations to provide a pilot program in Milwaukee County for prisoner reintegration.

46.48(8)(c)

(c) The department shall provide application procedures and selection criteria for awarding the grant under par. (b) in accordance with that department's request-for-proposal procedures.

46.48(8)(d)

(d) The program under par. (b) shall provide at least all of the following:

46.48(8)(d)1.

1. The use of liaisons to meet with prospective program participants to provide information about the program and to assist program participants, prior to their release on extended supervision or parole, in planning for and obtaining the housing, employment, education and treatment that they will need upon release.

46.48(8)(d)2.

2. The use of mentors to assist participants in their reintegration into the community.

46.48(9m)

(9m) Quality home care. The department shall award a grant to the Wisconsin Quality Home Care Authority for the purpose of providing services to recipients and providers of home care under s. 46.2898 and ch. 52 and may award grants to counties to facilitate transition to procedures established under s. 46.2898.

46.48(13)

(13) Supported employment opportunities. The department shall distribute at least $60,000 in each fiscal year for programs to provide supported employment opportunities for severely disabled persons.

46.48(14)

(14) Epilepsy services grants. The department shall distribute not more than $150,000 in each fiscal year for grants under s. 46.57 for services to persons with epilepsy.

46.48(18)

(18) Outreach services. The department shall distribute $84,000 in each fiscal year as grants to community organizations in southeastern and south central Wisconsin to provide outreach services relating to health, mental health, housing, assisted living, domestic violence, and other services.

46.48(26)

(26) Community improvement job training. The department shall award $250,000 in each fiscal year, beginning in fiscal year 1994-95, as a grant to a community organization to conduct a community improvement job training program which shall do all of the following:

46.48(26)(a)

(a) Provide job training, counseling and education for persons 16 to 23 years of age who reside in neighborhoods that have gang problems.

46.48(26)(b)

(b) Provide projects to rebuild and strengthen neighborhoods that have gang problems.

46.48(26)(c)

(c) Assist program participants who want to start their own small businesses by referring those participants to sources of grants, loans, venture capital and other funding and by assisting those participants with the funding application process.

46.48(26)(d)

(d) Encourage former gang members to participate in the program.

46.48(29)

(29) ARC Community Services, Inc. The department shall distribute $175,000 in each fiscal year to ARC Community Services, Inc., for a program to provide substance abuse day treatment services for pregnant and postpartum women and their infants.

46.48(30)

(30) Substance abuse treatment grants.

46.48(30)(a)

(a) From the appropriation account under s. 20.435 (7) (bc), the department shall distribute grants on a competitive basis to county departments of social services and to private nonprofit organizations, as defined in s. 103.21 (2), for the provision of alcohol and other drug abuse treatment services in counties with a population of 500,000 or more. Grants distributed under this subsection may be used only to provide treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse to individuals who are eligible for federal temporary assistance for needy families under 42 USC 601 et. seq. and who have a family income of not more than 200% of the poverty line, as defined in s. 49.001 (5).

46.48(30)(b)

(b) Notwithstanding par. (a), the department may distribute grants under par. (a) only to the extent that the distribution meets the maintenance-of-effort requirement under the federal temporary assistance for needy families program under 42 USC 601 et. seq.

46.48 - ANNOT.

History: 1989 a. 31 ss. 1085, 1090, 1092 to 1094, 1099; 1989 a. 122, 336, 359; 1991 a. 39, 269; 1993 a. 16, 98, 446; 1995 a. 27 ss. 2301m to 2304, 2600, 2601; 1997 a. 27, 283; 1999 a. 9; 2001 a. 16; 2003 a. 33; 2005 a. 25; 2007 a. 20; 2009 a. 28.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 46 > 46.48

46.48

46.48 Grants for community programs.

46.48(1)

(1) General. From the appropriation accounts under s. 20.435 (5) (bc) and (7) (bc), the department shall award grants for community programs as provided in this section.

46.48(4)

(4) Treatment alternative program. For grants under s. 46.65, the department shall award not more than $261,300 in each fiscal year as grants to applicants that have previously received grants under s. 46.65.

46.48(5)

(5) Alcohol and other drug abuse residential treatment. For funding of at least 8 beds at a community-based residential facility in which English and Spanish are spoken, to provide treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse to residents of a 1st class city, the department may distribute not more than $248,200 for each fiscal year as a grant to the New Beginning residential treatment program in the city of Milwaukee.

46.48(8)

(8) Prisoner reintegration program.

46.48(8)(a)

(a) In this subsection, "prisoner" has the meaning given in s. 301.01 (2).

46.48(8)(b)

(b) The department shall award $125,000 in each fiscal year as a grant to an organization or a group of organizations to provide a pilot program in Milwaukee County for prisoner reintegration.

46.48(8)(c)

(c) The department shall provide application procedures and selection criteria for awarding the grant under par. (b) in accordance with that department's request-for-proposal procedures.

46.48(8)(d)

(d) The program under par. (b) shall provide at least all of the following:

46.48(8)(d)1.

1. The use of liaisons to meet with prospective program participants to provide information about the program and to assist program participants, prior to their release on extended supervision or parole, in planning for and obtaining the housing, employment, education and treatment that they will need upon release.

46.48(8)(d)2.

2. The use of mentors to assist participants in their reintegration into the community.

46.48(9m)

(9m) Quality home care. The department shall award a grant to the Wisconsin Quality Home Care Authority for the purpose of providing services to recipients and providers of home care under s. 46.2898 and ch. 52 and may award grants to counties to facilitate transition to procedures established under s. 46.2898.

46.48(13)

(13) Supported employment opportunities. The department shall distribute at least $60,000 in each fiscal year for programs to provide supported employment opportunities for severely disabled persons.

46.48(14)

(14) Epilepsy services grants. The department shall distribute not more than $150,000 in each fiscal year for grants under s. 46.57 for services to persons with epilepsy.

46.48(18)

(18) Outreach services. The department shall distribute $84,000 in each fiscal year as grants to community organizations in southeastern and south central Wisconsin to provide outreach services relating to health, mental health, housing, assisted living, domestic violence, and other services.

46.48(26)

(26) Community improvement job training. The department shall award $250,000 in each fiscal year, beginning in fiscal year 1994-95, as a grant to a community organization to conduct a community improvement job training program which shall do all of the following:

46.48(26)(a)

(a) Provide job training, counseling and education for persons 16 to 23 years of age who reside in neighborhoods that have gang problems.

46.48(26)(b)

(b) Provide projects to rebuild and strengthen neighborhoods that have gang problems.

46.48(26)(c)

(c) Assist program participants who want to start their own small businesses by referring those participants to sources of grants, loans, venture capital and other funding and by assisting those participants with the funding application process.

46.48(26)(d)

(d) Encourage former gang members to participate in the program.

46.48(29)

(29) ARC Community Services, Inc. The department shall distribute $175,000 in each fiscal year to ARC Community Services, Inc., for a program to provide substance abuse day treatment services for pregnant and postpartum women and their infants.

46.48(30)

(30) Substance abuse treatment grants.

46.48(30)(a)

(a) From the appropriation account under s. 20.435 (7) (bc), the department shall distribute grants on a competitive basis to county departments of social services and to private nonprofit organizations, as defined in s. 103.21 (2), for the provision of alcohol and other drug abuse treatment services in counties with a population of 500,000 or more. Grants distributed under this subsection may be used only to provide treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse to individuals who are eligible for federal temporary assistance for needy families under 42 USC 601 et. seq. and who have a family income of not more than 200% of the poverty line, as defined in s. 49.001 (5).

46.48(30)(b)

(b) Notwithstanding par. (a), the department may distribute grants under par. (a) only to the extent that the distribution meets the maintenance-of-effort requirement under the federal temporary assistance for needy families program under 42 USC 601 et. seq.

46.48 - ANNOT.

History: 1989 a. 31 ss. 1085, 1090, 1092 to 1094, 1099; 1989 a. 122, 336, 359; 1991 a. 39, 269; 1993 a. 16, 98, 446; 1995 a. 27 ss. 2301m to 2304, 2600, 2601; 1997 a. 27, 283; 1999 a. 9; 2001 a. 16; 2003 a. 33; 2005 a. 25; 2007 a. 20; 2009 a. 28.

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Statutes > Wisconsin > 46 > 46.48

46.48

46.48 Grants for community programs.

46.48(1)

(1) General. From the appropriation accounts under s. 20.435 (5) (bc) and (7) (bc), the department shall award grants for community programs as provided in this section.

46.48(4)

(4) Treatment alternative program. For grants under s. 46.65, the department shall award not more than $261,300 in each fiscal year as grants to applicants that have previously received grants under s. 46.65.

46.48(5)

(5) Alcohol and other drug abuse residential treatment. For funding of at least 8 beds at a community-based residential facility in which English and Spanish are spoken, to provide treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse to residents of a 1st class city, the department may distribute not more than $248,200 for each fiscal year as a grant to the New Beginning residential treatment program in the city of Milwaukee.

46.48(8)

(8) Prisoner reintegration program.

46.48(8)(a)

(a) In this subsection, "prisoner" has the meaning given in s. 301.01 (2).

46.48(8)(b)

(b) The department shall award $125,000 in each fiscal year as a grant to an organization or a group of organizations to provide a pilot program in Milwaukee County for prisoner reintegration.

46.48(8)(c)

(c) The department shall provide application procedures and selection criteria for awarding the grant under par. (b) in accordance with that department's request-for-proposal procedures.

46.48(8)(d)

(d) The program under par. (b) shall provide at least all of the following:

46.48(8)(d)1.

1. The use of liaisons to meet with prospective program participants to provide information about the program and to assist program participants, prior to their release on extended supervision or parole, in planning for and obtaining the housing, employment, education and treatment that they will need upon release.

46.48(8)(d)2.

2. The use of mentors to assist participants in their reintegration into the community.

46.48(9m)

(9m) Quality home care. The department shall award a grant to the Wisconsin Quality Home Care Authority for the purpose of providing services to recipients and providers of home care under s. 46.2898 and ch. 52 and may award grants to counties to facilitate transition to procedures established under s. 46.2898.

46.48(13)

(13) Supported employment opportunities. The department shall distribute at least $60,000 in each fiscal year for programs to provide supported employment opportunities for severely disabled persons.

46.48(14)

(14) Epilepsy services grants. The department shall distribute not more than $150,000 in each fiscal year for grants under s. 46.57 for services to persons with epilepsy.

46.48(18)

(18) Outreach services. The department shall distribute $84,000 in each fiscal year as grants to community organizations in southeastern and south central Wisconsin to provide outreach services relating to health, mental health, housing, assisted living, domestic violence, and other services.

46.48(26)

(26) Community improvement job training. The department shall award $250,000 in each fiscal year, beginning in fiscal year 1994-95, as a grant to a community organization to conduct a community improvement job training program which shall do all of the following:

46.48(26)(a)

(a) Provide job training, counseling and education for persons 16 to 23 years of age who reside in neighborhoods that have gang problems.

46.48(26)(b)

(b) Provide projects to rebuild and strengthen neighborhoods that have gang problems.

46.48(26)(c)

(c) Assist program participants who want to start their own small businesses by referring those participants to sources of grants, loans, venture capital and other funding and by assisting those participants with the funding application process.

46.48(26)(d)

(d) Encourage former gang members to participate in the program.

46.48(29)

(29) ARC Community Services, Inc. The department shall distribute $175,000 in each fiscal year to ARC Community Services, Inc., for a program to provide substance abuse day treatment services for pregnant and postpartum women and their infants.

46.48(30)

(30) Substance abuse treatment grants.

46.48(30)(a)

(a) From the appropriation account under s. 20.435 (7) (bc), the department shall distribute grants on a competitive basis to county departments of social services and to private nonprofit organizations, as defined in s. 103.21 (2), for the provision of alcohol and other drug abuse treatment services in counties with a population of 500,000 or more. Grants distributed under this subsection may be used only to provide treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse to individuals who are eligible for federal temporary assistance for needy families under 42 USC 601 et. seq. and who have a family income of not more than 200% of the poverty line, as defined in s. 49.001 (5).

46.48(30)(b)

(b) Notwithstanding par. (a), the department may distribute grants under par. (a) only to the extent that the distribution meets the maintenance-of-effort requirement under the federal temporary assistance for needy families program under 42 USC 601 et. seq.

46.48 - ANNOT.

History: 1989 a. 31 ss. 1085, 1090, 1092 to 1094, 1099; 1989 a. 122, 336, 359; 1991 a. 39, 269; 1993 a. 16, 98, 446; 1995 a. 27 ss. 2301m to 2304, 2600, 2601; 1997 a. 27, 283; 1999 a. 9; 2001 a. 16; 2003 a. 33; 2005 a. 25; 2007 a. 20; 2009 a. 28.

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