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Montgomery County voters face $55M human services levy

By Chris Stewart, Dayton Daily News
Published Sunday, October 15, 2017

drug addiction and mental health services.

2016 clients: About 18,600

2017 budget: $39.7 million

Board of Developmental Disability Services

Responsible for primary lifelong services for children and adults with moderate, severe and profound mental retardation or other developmental disabilities.

2016 clients: About 7,500

2017 budget: $57.1 million

Children Services Division

Responsible for investigating reports of child abuse, neglect and dependency.

2016 clients: About 9,880 children in 3,570 families

About 650 children were in agency custody

2017 budget: $52.9 million

Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County

Responsible for providing a variety of community health services from immunizations to environmental safety.

2016 clients: all county residents

2017 budget: $34.4 million

Frail Elderly Programs

Provides in-home, client-based services.

2016 clients: 1,690

2017 budget: $9.9 million

WHIO Reports today on Human Services Levy

Reporter Jim Otte discusses the levy with Judy Dodge, Montgomery County commissioner, Tom Kelley, assistant Montgomery County administrator, and Charles Meadows, levy campaign chair.

• Radio: 6 a.m. on WZLR 95.3 FM and 101.1 FM; 6:30 a.m. on WHKO 99.1 FM; 8:30 a.m. on WHIO radio, AM 1290 and News 95.7 FM.

• TV: 11:30 a.m. on WHIO-TV Channel 7.

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