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Now, the agency will likely have to slow down hiring and reduce administrative contracts.
Because the agency contracts with private agencies, private sector jobs may also be affected, Powell said.
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"We're now at the point where we're really jeopardizing our ability to implement our programs and serve Oklahomans." Continued increases in costs have made it difficult for the agency to keep up, despite a recent increase in state funding.
DHS said it's already reduced its staff by 1,200 positions over the last two years.
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The state actually appropriated an additional million for the upcoming fiscal year, but DHS officials said they're still suffering from years of cuts.
"We've taken quite a few hits over the last few years," said spokeswoman Sheree Powell, noting the agency has cut million over the last two years.
The original aim of the “Sunbeam Emergency Shelter for Seniors and the Medically Fragile” Program was to serve victims of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation.
The program then expanded to shelter homeless seniors as a result of medical condition.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The state Department of Human Services is warning the needy and vulnerable to prepare for service reductions as it tries to tackle a $30 million budget shortfall.