In addition, a substantial portion of behavioral health spending (21%) is accounted for by non-Medicaid state and local dollars, compared with only 6% of general medical care. These state and local funds pay for a range of services, including acute or extended inpatient care, case management, outpatient services, residential care, supported employment, and housing. State funding is also important to mental health care for the prison population. States set their own criteria about how to deliver these services (for example, through contracted local providers or state employees) and who may receive them (for example, only those with specific illnesses). Typically, state and locally financed services are targeted to individuals with serious mental illnesses who lack other sources of coverage. The state and local dollars are usually from state general funds rather than from a dedicated revenue source, which makes the services they cover particularly sensitive to budget conditions in the state.