In 1999-2000 the largest proportion of expenditure on direct community services activities in Tasmania was on residential care, $214.5m. In 1999-2000, some $55.9m was spent on personal and social support and $15.1m was spent on training and employment for people with disabilities. Of the $318.4m on direct community services activities in Tasmania in 1999-2000, government expenditure accounted for 20.1%.
EXPENDITURE ON DIRECT COMMUNITY SERVICES ACTIVITIES - 1999-2000
|Personal and social support|
|Training and employment for persons with disabilities|
|Financial and material assistance|
|Foster care placement|
|Accommodation placement and support|
|Statutory protection and placement|
|Juvenile and disability corrective services|
|Other direct community services|
|Proportion of total that is government|
* estimate has a relative standard error of between 25% and 50% and should be used with caution
n.p. not available for publication but included in totals where applicable
Source: Community Services, Australia, 1995-96 and 1999-2000 (Cat. no. 8696.0).
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