The southern Indiana county plans to start a needle-exchange program after struggling for months to find funding.
The county originally planned to partner with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation to run the exchange, but that plan fell apart.
The cuts will leave many Indiana residents without the valuable services transitional housing provides.
The U.S. Housing and Urban Development's "housing-first" approach has left homeless programs in Clark and Floyd counties with nearly $550,000 in cuts.
About 30 states provide some guaranteed financial benefits for those who have been exonerated after being falsely imprisoned.
Fayette County officials believe a needle exchange could reduce the number of Hepatitis C cases and prevent an HIV outbreak.
Two people have shown symptoms of TB after coming into contact with a student in Sellersburg who has a confirmed case of tuberculosis.
Governor Mitch Daniels was notified Thursday night that five Indiana counties hit hard by storms in February and March, would receive federal assistance.
Officials say residents should be wary of people going door-to-door collecting donations for victims.
Officials say utility companies are working long hours to restore access to water and electricity in towns hit by tornadoes last Friday.