and Mental Retardation Medicaid Expenditures
Purchaser: Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Community Mental Health and Mental Retardation Centers, State Operated Community Services Program: Medicaid-funded programs
Description: The Texas Medicaid program uses a combination of state general revenue and federal dollars to pay for the cost of eligible programs. The Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation (MHMR) spent more than $1.2 billion in the Medicaid program in fiscal 1998.**
Texas Total, Fiscal 1998
Amount Spent: Community Mental Health Services* Federal Medicaid Match $77,602,891 State Medicaid Match $47,000,338 Total Medicaid Funding $124,603,229 Residential Mental Health Services Federal Medicaid Match $8,015,017 State Medicaid Match $4,854,311 Total Medicaid Funding $12,869,328 Community Mental Retardation Services* Federal Medicaid Match $504,561,906 State Medicaid Match $305,588,874 Total Medicaid Funding $810,150,780 Residential Mental Retardation Services Federal Medicaid Match $231,439,878 State Medicaid Match $68,961,855 Total Medicaid Funding $300,401,733 Central Administration (Indirect Administration and Support) Federal Medicaid Match $3,884,137 State Medicaid Match $2,478,823 Total Medicaid Funding $6,362,960 MHMR Medicaid Total Federal Medicaid Match $825,503,829 State Medicaid Match $428,884,201 Total Medicaid Funding $1,254,388,030
* Direct administration costs not available.
**The total MHMR Medicaid expenditures do not equal the total for MHMR programs on pages 5 and 6 because different sources were used to get additional detail.
Source: Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation