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Richard C. Wynn

Director of Human Services

Franklin County PA

HQ Phone:  (717) 261-3855

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Franklin County PA

218 North Second Street

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania,17201

United States

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www.hcpfranklinpa.org [cached]

Richard Wynn (rcwynn@franklincountypa.gov)


www.therecordherald.com

Richard Wynn, director of human services for Franklin County, thanked Smith for her contributions during the meeting.


www.publicopiniononline.com

One of the reasons: Funding for one program is based on the populations of a half-century ago, according to Franklin County Human Services Director Richard Wynn.
"The allocation formulas developed about 50 years ago were probably fair at the time and were based on data at the time," Wynn said. "This is one reason why the block grant concept in human services will be challenging for our county, because we start in the hole before the potentially devastating cuts," Wynn said. Legislators have guarded the lottery allocations, he said. "The original formula had a clause about not getting less than previously allocated, and the state has not changed that, nor shown a willingness to take away money from one county to rebalance another," Wynn said.


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Rick Wynn, interim human services director for Franklin County, wants to get localcharities and government agencies working with evacuees to share information.He hopes to schedule a forum next week."Sometimes different people have different solutions," Wynn said."It's way too early to say if it's going to stress county human services," Wynn said."I'm not going to overreact until I see they are here.If they are here, this is their community."Getting evacuees to medical appointments should go smoothly, but finding transportation for them to run errands may be a little more difficult, according to Wynn.Wynn said he is encouraging county employees to find a way to help, rather than get bogged down with bureaucracy."I think there's a lot of empathy for all that these people have gone through," he said.


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Richard C. Wynn 
Administrator, Human Services


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