A recent Georgia Health News article outlines how possible changes to the state’s grant-in-aid formula could result in deep budget cuts for some Georgia counties.
The article reports:
“Several Georgia counties could lose at least 40 percent of their state grant-in-aid money for public health under a new formula being rolled out this year.
Chatham County, home of Savannah, could lose under one estimate more than $1 million, or 50 percent of its previous allotment. Other counties potentially losing a big chunk of these state funds include Ware and Glynn in southeast Georgia, Bibb (home of Macon) and Dougherty (Albany).”
Click here to read the full article on the Georgia Health News website.