The final budget proposal released Tuesday provides around $80 million for community corrections programs.
The amount is in between the House and Senate budget proposals.
The House budget would have appropriated more than $80 million additional for community corrections, while the Senate came in at $56 million.
The money in the new proposal goes to the state, which then doles it out via grants to local programs.
Senate budget architect Luke Kenley, R-Noblesville, says all the stakeholders involved will have to make progress reports every three months.