|REVISED November 15, 2016 - Regular Meeting|
Agenda Item #13
FY 2016-2017 Non-Profit Agency Agreement for Healthcare Services
Contact and/or Presenter Information
Cheri Coryea, Director, ext 3468
Allen Donahue, Human Services Program Manager, x 3467
Authorization for the County Administrator to execute FY 2016-2017 Non-Profit Agency Funding Agreements for Healthcare and Aging Services for the time period of October 1, 2016, through September 30, 2017, with the agencies listed below in the respective amounts; and adoption of Budget Resolution B-17-017.
- Funding for these non-profit programs has been allocated in the budget for FY17, which was approved by the County Commissioners on 9/15/16.
- Funding agreements are needed to provide an appropriate funding mechanism and service level accountability for FY17.
- Centerstone's mental health related programs are authorized for prepayment under Florida Statute 394.74(2)(b).
- This is the second year of the identified transition plan for healthcare, which will employ a Results First methodology including the following: collaborative data collection, data-informed performance management, utilization/outcomes analysis, standards for community and facility-based quality care, and bench marking for future funding.
- Agreements attached for the following:
- $811,100 - Centerstone, Inpatient and Residential - detox and addiction services
- $709,745 - Centerstone, Baker Act - statutorily required mental health services
- $450,000 - Centerstone, Addictions Emergency Response - an emergency room diversion program for addiction services designed around keeping law enforcement officers in service.
- $93,970 - Centerstone, Mental Health Transport - statutorily required mental health services
- $52,343 - Centerstone, Rape Crisis Adult Advocacy - services offered to sexual assault victims on a 24/7 basis.
- $5,225 - Centerstone, Aging Services - includes in-home mental health and case management services for the elderly.
- $400,000 - Turning Points One Stop Clinic - medical and dental services for homeless and uninsured. Turning Points is a prototype participant in Results First.
- Budget Amendment B-17-017 transfers $1,219,809 of needed funding to the appropriate cost centers from recurring monies of $1,300,000 in the General Fund designated in the FY17 budget for Healthcare expenditures and $208,383 from reserves set aside for Healthcare expenditures in the FY17 budget.
County Attorney Review
Other (Requires explanation in field below)
Explanation of Other
Standard contract reviewed and updated by CAO.
Instructions to Board Records
- Provide one of each fully executed agreement to Community Services, to the attention of Allen Donahue.
- Email a copy of the Budget Resolution to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost and Funds Source Account Number and Name
Amount and Frequency of Recurring Costs
Attachment: Centerstone - BA,CAT,RC - FY17 v1.pdf
Attachment: Centerstone - Aging Services - FY17 v2.pdf
Attachment: Turning Points-One Stop Clinic.pdf
Attachment: CAO Comments - RLS 2016-0415.pdf
Attachment: B-17-017 Non Profit Agreements Funding.pdf