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StateStat March 16, 2012 1. Highlights As of March 7, 2012, 186 people designated as meeting DDAs crisis resolution priority category have begun services.

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1 StateStat March 16,

2 Highlights As of March 7, 2012, 186 people designated as meeting DDAs crisis resolution priority category have begun services to meet their needs. As of March 12, 2012, 347 people designated as meeting DDAs crisis prevention priority category have begun accessing services of short duration to meet their needs 2

3 Crisis Resolution July 1, 2011 – March 7, 2012 Crisis Resolution July 1, 2011 – March 7, 2012 July 1, March 7, 2011 Percentage Total People Targeted 294 N/A Total Removed from CR Category % (210/294) Placed in services % (186/210) Moved to another priority 21 10% (21/210) Deceased 1 >1% (1/210) Inactivated 2 1%(2/210) Current # of People in CR Category 84 29% (84/294) Note: Data reflects unduplicated people and service initiation status reported as of March 7,

4 Current People in Crisis Resolution Service Initiation Status Current People in Crisis Resolution Service Initiation Status Number of People People in CR Category84 Assigned a resource coordinator84 Needs assessed40* Individual Plan Developed52 Service Funding Plan17 Service Initiation *Does not include 15 people who are Supports Only and will not need a Matrix Score Note: Data as of March 7,

5 New Crisis Resolution Weekly -Determinations New Crisis Resolution Weekly -Determinations Note: Data for 12/27/11 reflects two weeks due to holiday Data as of March 7, Week OfPeople 8-Aug11 10-Aug9 17-Aug1 24-Aug4 31-Aug4 7-Sep3 14-Sep9 21-Sep7 28-Sep7 5-Oct2 12-Oct8 19-Oct3 26-Oct4 2-Nov9 9-Nov12 16-Nov2 22-Nov5 30-Nov5 7-Dec8 14-Dec1 27-Dec14 4-Jan3 11-Jan7 18-Jan4 25-Jan7 1-Feb11 8-Feb3 15-Feb10 22-Feb8 29-Feb6 7-Mar8

6 New Crisis Resolution Determinations by Month New Crisis Resolution Determinations by Month Note: Original projection of 11 new crisis resolutions per month based on historic data. Data as of march 7,

7 Services Initiated Note: Data based on PCIS2 as of March 7, Data reflects duplicative counts as people access more than one type of service model 7 Service Number of People Behavioral Supports Services 34 Community Supported Living Arrangement 49 Day 59 Family Support Services 5 Individual Family Care 2 Individual Support Services 28 Low Intensity Support Services 42 Resource Coordination 294 Residential 94 Supported Employment 31 Self Directed Services (New Directions) 1 Total Number of Services 653

8 Current Financial Projections 8

9 Waiting List FY12 Initiative Funds 9 FY 12 General Funds Available for People in Crisis Resolution Waiting List Initiative FY 12 General Funds$15,000, FY 12 Projected General Fund Service Costs (Actual)$7,121, FY 12 Estimated General Funds Available to Date$7,878, Notes: Data as of March 7, 2012 Data does not reflect behavioral support services cost. This means we have committed at least $ this fiscal year for services for people in crisis resolution. Therefore there are $7,878, available to provide more services to meet their needs and serve more people.

10 Waiting List FY12 Initiative Funds 10 FY 13 Annualized General Funds Committed to Service Waiting List Initiative Group Waiting List Initiative FY 13 General Funds$15,000, FY 13 Annual General Funds Projection (Annualized)$9,719, FY 13 General Funds Available to Serve Additional People$5,280, FY 12 General Funds Available for People in Crisis Resolution Waiting List Initiative FY 12 General Funds$15,000, FY 12 Projected General Fund Service Costs (Actual)$7,121, FY 12 Estimated General Funds Available to Date$7,878, Projecting the Use of these funds in FY13 Notes: Data as of March 7, 2012 Data does not reflect behavioral support services cost.

11 Projected Funds for Services of Short Duration 11 FY 12 General Fund Savings (Annual vs.. Actual Cost Projections) FY 12 Annualized General Fund Projection$9,719, FY 12 Actual General Fund Service Costs Projected to Date$7,121, FY 12 Projected General Fund Difference to Date$2,597,970.53

12 Projected Funds for Services of Short Duration 12 FY12 Estimated General Funds for Services of Short Duration FY 13 Annual Funds Available to Serve Additional People$5,280, Maximum Actual Cost in FY 12 to Achieve Annual Dollars$1,673, FY 12 Projected General Fund Difference (Actual )$3,607,199.53

13 Projected Funds for Services of Short Duration 13 Current FY12 Estimated General Funds for Services of Short Duration FY 12 Projected General Fund Difference (Actual $$)$3,607, FY 12 General Fund Difference to Date (Actual $$)$2,597, Estimated FY 12 General Funds for Services of Short Duration$6,205, This means there is an initial projected $6,205, that will not be spent due to people starting services at different times during the fiscal year.

14 Projected Funds for Services of Short Duration 14 Service of Short Duration Projected Funds and Initial Target Group FY 12 Projected Annual General Fund Service Difference $6,205, Services of Short Duration Funding Cap/Person $10,000 Minimum # of People in Crisis Prevention to receive services 621 This means we can offer funding for services of short duration for a minimum of 621 people/families this fiscal year.

15 Service of Short Duration Update 15

16 Services of Short Duration December 9, 2011 – March 12, 2012 Services of Short Duration December 9, 2011 – March 12, 2012 December 9, March 12, 2011 Percentage Total People Targeted To Date 1455 N/A Initial People Targeted % (1149/1455) New People Determined Eligible % (306/1455) People No Longer Eligible 65 4%(65/1455) Note: Data reflects unduplicated people and service initiation status reported as of March 12,

17 Services of Short Duration December 9, 2011 – March 12, 2012 Services of Short Duration December 9, 2011 – March 12, 2012 December 9, March 12, 2011 Percentage Total People Targeted To Date 1455 N/A # of People No Longer Eligible 65 4%(65/1455) # of People who submitted a SSD Request %(347/1455) # of People who have not submitted a SSD Request % (1043/1455) Current Target People 1043 Note: Data reflects unduplicated people and service initiation status reported as of March 12,

18 Crisis Prevention Services of Short Duration Preliminary Data - Request Crisis Prevention Services of Short Duration Preliminary Data - Request December 15, 2011 March 12, 2012 Percentage Total Requested Services/Items 833 N/A # of Request Approved % (740/833) # Pending DDA Exception Decision 19 2%(19/833) # Pending Additional Information from Person 50 6% (50/833) Denied 24 3% (24/833) Notes: 1-Data reflects 347 unduplicated people with multiple requests as of March 12, Exception process established for consideration of unique needs and circumstances and funding request above $10, People and families are identifying service providers which results in the request being placed in a pending status. 18

19 Approved Services/Items Request Notes: 1- Other, Health Services, and Specialized Equipment are the highest requested services 2-Other includes various items and services which are being reviewed for reclassification. 3- Data reflects duplicative counts as people requested more than one service/item as of March 12, Service/Item # # Attendant Care/ Personal Care 43 Intervention Services 18 Community Integration 54 Respite 62 Crisis Intervention 17 Specialized Equipment 93 Day Care 15 Therapeutic Services 20 Employment 9 Transportation 53 Health Services 96 Other 199 Housing Adaptations 61 Total Request = 830

20 Service of Short Duration Committed Funds 20 PurposeAmountPercentage Services/Items$1,992, % LISS Agencies Administration$23,9151% Total Committed To Date$2,016, Notes: Data as of March 12, 2012

21 SSD Next Steps Waiting List Advisory Committee work group has drafted survey follow up questions which will be presented to the full committee. Resource Coordinators to follow up with people and families that have not submitted a SSD request to date. 21


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