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Behavioral Support

The North Carolina General Assembly has allocated funds (PRC 29) to provide resources to help school systems appropriately serve students with severe and complex behavioral-emotional needs. These funds are above and beyond the regular funding for Exceptional Children services and are allocated through a grant process. The links below provide the grant information and forms. The funds are allocated based on the evaluation of the projects by the Behavioral Support Services Section. The consultants help the school systems develop their project request and provide oversight and technical assistance once the funds are allocated.

A special budget provision in the 1999 Appropriation Act modified the use of these state dollars to allow expenditure of these funds to provide services to "(i) children with special needs who were identified as members of the Willie M. class at the time of dissolution of the class, and (ii) other children with special needs." This provision provides the flexibility to use these funds for services for other children with special needs as well as for former members of the Willie M. plaintiff class and to students who were identified by the Department of Health and Human Services as eligible assaultive and violent children. Please contact Joe Simmons (919.807.3298) or your regional Behavioral Support Section consultant if you have questions regarding these matters.

2012-13 Forms

Public School Forms

2011-12 Forms

Public School Forms

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