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1 n ;lm ;lm Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC Public Protection Committee Agenda for 1/8/15 CCP Executive Fiscal Summary of Expenses by Program Year And Allocation Recommendation for Process Recommendations for Allocation

2 Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC CCP Executive Fiscal Summary of Expenses by Program Year

3 Finance and Procurement Committee CCPEC Year 3 Goals: Protect the public through transparent and accountable administration and service. Objective 1: Build Infrastructure to insure adequate staffing for public protection partners. Objective 2: Build an integrated data system for court and legal partners. Objective 3: Complete evaluation of Year 1. Objective 4: Present Progress quarterly to BOS Public Protection Committee. Objective:5 Form work groups of the CCP Executive (inclusive of CBO partners) on core areas of administration and implementation. Insure effective and supportive transitions from detention to the community. Objective 1: Develop a dedicated unit at SR designed to prepare for transition (unit 25 Program House). Objective 2: Insure all PRECS have IAPs completed. Objective 3: Implement new discharge protocols at SRJ. Objective 4: Complete a model program design, budget, and implementation plan for a one stop community based transition service. Develop innovative and therapeutic supports for clients focused on health, housing, and improving access to family sustaining employment. Objective 1: Insure all AB 109 clients are screened for economic benefits and enrolled in a comprehensive health coverage product. Objective 2: Develop targeted RFP’s to community based providers that are accountable and promote evidence based practices. Objective 3: Enhance/Expand existing contracts with effective providers.

4 REVENUES BY FISCAL YEAR FY 11-12FY 12-13FY 13-14FY thru FY Local Community Corrections CCP $9,221,012$29,220,814$34,628,866$73,070,692 Planning Grant $650, Start-Up $200,000 $600,000 District Attorney Revocations $165,265$197,859$231,739$594,863 Public Defender Revocations $165,265$197,859$231,739$594,863 TOTAL$10,402,192$29,816,532$35,292,344$75,511,068 Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC REVENUES BY FISCAL YEAR

5 REVENUES Local Community Corrections $9,221,012 Planning Grant $650,650 Start-Up $200,000 District Attorney Revocations $165,265 Public Defender Revocations $165,265 TOTAL REVENUES $10,402,192 EXPENSES Probation-Supervision Salaries/Benefits $1,041,529 Services/Supplies $222,193 Probation-Community Services CBO Contracts Rubicon Programs Inc. $39,427 Men of Valor Eden I &R Healthy Communities America Works of California CDA Health Innovations Philanthropic Ventures Employment Education Services PUBLIC SAFETY REALIGNMENT FY 11/12 EXPENSES cont. Transition Day Center Santa Rita Jail Transition Services Corpus Upgrade Behavioral Health Salaries/Benefits $126,855 In-Custody Mental Health Services $629,537 Out-of-Custody Mental Health Services $449,128 Out-of-Custody Substance Abuse $28,749 Sheriff Salaries/Benefits $7,198,961 Services/Supplies $4,602,615 Sandy Turner II (MOMS Program) - District Attorney Salaries/Benefits $376,817 Services/Supplies $39,034 Public Defender Salaries/Benefits $497,469 Planning Grant Start-Up TOTAL EXPENSES $15,252,314 NET($4,850,122) Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC

6 REVENUES Local Community Corrections $29,220,814 Planning Grant - Start-Up $200,000 District Attorney Revocations $197,859 Public Defender Revocations $197,859 TOTAL REVENUES $29,816,532 EXPENSES Probation-Supervision Salaries/Benefits $2,763,250 Services/Supplies $679,336 Probation-Community Services CBO Contracts Rubicon Programs Inc. $84,420 Men of Valor Eden I &R Healthy Communities America Works of California $256,500 CDA $266,189 Health Innovations Philanthropic Ventures $2,000,000 Employment Education Services PUBLIC SAFETY REALIGNMENT FY 12/13 EXPENSES cont. Transition Day Center Santa Rita Jail Transition Services Corpus Upgrade Behavioral Health Salaries/Benefits $168,326 In-Custody Mental Health Services $1,148,611 Out-of-Custody Mental Health Services $666,676 Out-of-Custody Substance Abuse $88,603 Sheriff Salaries/Benefits $11,397,711 Services/Supplies $7,287,061 Sandy Turner II (MOMS Program) $2,925,802 District Attorney Salaries/Benefits $699,374 Services/Supplies - Public Defender Salaries/Benefits $701,955 Planning Grant - Start-Up - TOTAL EXPENSES $31,133,814 NET($1,317,282) Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC

7 REVENUES Local Community Corrections $34,628,866 Planning Grant - Start-Up $200,000 District Attorney Revocations $231,739 Public Defender Revocations $231,739 TOTAL REVENUES $35,292,344 EXPENSES Probation-Supervision Salaries/Benefits $2,701,046 Services/Supplies $130,166 Probation-Community Services CBO Contracts Rubicon Programs Inc. Men of Valor $27,860 Eden I &R $7,500 Healthy Communities $12,396 America Works of California $189,500 CDA $376,185 Health Innovations Philanthropic Ventures Employment Education Services PUBLIC SAFETY REALIGNMENT FY 13/14 EXPENSES cont. Transition Day Center $3,000,000 Santa Rita Jail Transition Services Corpus Upgrade $508,572 Behavioral Health Salaries/Benefits $336,033 Total Mental Health $2,203,971 Out-of-Custody Mental Health Services - Out-of-Custody Substance Abuse $50,250 Sheriff Salaries/Benefits $14,446,217 Services/Supplies $5,619,127 Sandy Turner II (MOMS Program) District Attorney Salaries/Benefits $1,561,399 Services/Supplies Public Defender Salaries/Benefits $1,296,336 Planning Grant Start-Up TOTAL EXPENSES $32,466,558 NET$2,825,786 Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC

8 REVENUES Local Community Corrections $73,070,692 Planning Grant $650,650 Start-Up $600,000 District Attorney Revocations $594,863 Public Defender Revocations 594,863 TOTAL REVENUES $75,511,068 EXPENSES Probation-Supervision Salaries/Benefits $6,505,825 Services/Supplies $1,031,695 Probation-Community Services CBO Contracts Rubicon Programs Inc. $123,847 Men of Valor $27,860 Eden I &R $7,500 Healthy Communities $12,396 America Works of California $446,000 CDA $642,374 Health Innovations Philanthropic Ventures $2,000,000 Employment Education Services - PUBLIC SAFETY REALIGNMENT FY 11/12 thru FY 13/14 EXPENSES cont. Transition Day Center $3,000,000 Santa Rita Jail Transition Services - Corpus Upgrade $508,572 Behavioral Health - Salaries/Benefits $631,214 In-Custody Mental Health Services $3,982,119 Out-of-Custody Mental Health Services $1,115,804 Out-of-Custody Substance Abuse $167,602 Sheriff Salaries/Benefits $33,042,889 Services/Supplies $17,508,803 Sandy Turner II (MOMS Program) $2,925,802 District Attorney Salaries/Benefits $2,637,590 Services/Supplies $39,034 Public Defender Salaries/Benefits $2,495,760 Planning Grant - Start-Up - TOTAL EXPENSES $78,852,686 NET$(2,841,618) Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC

9 Finance and Procurement Committee CCPEC AB 109 Funding Above Base:  1.9 Million FY 12/13 growth (trust) (received in FY 13-14)  2.8 Million FY 13/14 carry over (trust)  2.9 Million growth (budgeted as Community Capacity Building Fund)

10 Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC Allocations Fiscal Year 2013/2014 ACSO $18,000,000 Probation $3,250,000 DA ($400K + $850K) $1,250,000 PD ($400K + $850K) $1,250,000 Transition Center $3,250,000 E/Employment $3,000,000 BHCS $2,000,000 Housing $750,000 SRJ Transition $500,000 E- CRIMMS $850,000 Evaluation $500,000 Innovations $2,000,000 TOTAL (34.6 plus 2.0 carry over) $36,600,000

11 Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC CHANGES TO ALLOCATION IN (Fill in detail from Melanie’s E Mail)

12 Proposed Allocations Fiscal Year 2014/2015 ACSO $18,000,000 Probation $3,250,000 DA ($400K + $850K) $1,250,000 PD ($400K + $850K) $1,250,000 Transition Center $3,250,000$550,000 E/Employment $3,000,000 BHCS $2,000,000 Housing $750,000$425,000 SRJ Transition $500,000 E CRIMMS $850,000 $425,000 Evaluation$200,000$0 Innovations$1,000,000 Community Capacity Building$3,000,000 TOTAL : (31.4 base plus 2.9 growth) $38,300,000$34,650,000

13 Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC Process Recomendations for Allocation 1.Expedite Evaluation Contract 2. Standardize reporting for all contractors and public sector recipients of funding, tied to the defined goals of the CCP. 3. Deliver Allocation Reccomendations in advance of MOE approval 4. Develop a dashboard of all 109 programs and services that is reviewed at each CCPEC meeting

14 CCPEC HCSA/BHCS Utilization and Cost Data  2.0 Innovations Fund (carry over from 11-12)  1.5 million allocation in  2.0 million allocation in 13-14

15 REVENUES BY FISCAL YEAR Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC Philanthropic Ventures Innovations in Re-entry 2013 Recommended Grantees Summary Prepared for the Alameda County Board of Supervisors ApplicantRecommended Funding Amount Asian Prisoner Support Committee$25,000 Centerforce$200,000 Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights/National Employment Project $389,336 Planting Justice$200,000 PUEBLO$197,570 The Gamble Institute$130,118 The Mentoring Center$200,000 UCSF, Office of Sponsored Research$191,305 Youth UpRising /East Bay Community Law Center$350,000 Grantee Total$1,883,329 Technical Assistance Dollars$76,671 Administrative Fee-Philanthropic Ventures Foundation$40,000 Total Innovations in Re-entry AB 109 Allocation2,000,000

16 REVENUES BY FISCAL YEAR Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC AB 109 Utilization and Cost Report FY 12/13 Category Unduplicated # of Clients per Category Gross CostsNet Costs * Direct Treatment Services Mental Health Services295$1,226,423$809,430 Substance Use Services 31$10,644 County Screening and Referral (1.0 FTE)$136,032 CBO Assessment, Referral, and Case Management$141,000 Sub-Total Mental Health/Substance Use Services$1,513,106 Training and Consultation$7,000 Overhead.5 FTE Program Specialist$55, FTE Administrator$31,500.5 FTE Finance Staff$40,000.1 FTE Decision Support Staff$11,500 Misc. Overhead (.15 x direct services)$164,561 Sub-Total Overhead$302,561 Grand Total of Services, Training, Overhead$1,823,667 * Net of costs attributable solely to AB 109 after LIHP and/or Medi-Cal coverage used

17 Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC Mental Health Utilization FY 13/14-Mental Health Services Service ModalityClientsVisitsTotal Service Cost Case Management34739$342,240 Hospital172540$1,512,776 In Custody $860,888 Outpatient64332$111,205 Pharmacy114$19,360 Residential686$33,363 SubAcute8325$127,398 AOD Services (658 unduplicated)$50,250 TOTAL$3,057,481

18 REVENUES BY FISCAL YEAR Finance and Procurement Committee of the CCPEC AB 109 Utilization and Cost Report FY 13/14 Category Unduplicated # of Clients per Category Gross CostsNet Costs * Direct Treatment Services Mental Health Services579$3,007,231$1,912,971 Substance Use Services 79$50,250 County Screening and Referral (1.0 FTE)$136,032 CBO Assessment, Referral, and Case Management$141,000 Sub-Total Mental Health/Substance Use Services(326 to 658)$2,240,253 Training and Consultation$14,000 Overhead.5 FTE Program Specialist$55, FTE Administrator$31,500.5 FTE Finance Staff$40,000.1 FTE Decision Support Staff$11,500 Misc. Overhead (.15 x direct services)$294,483 Sub-Total Overhead$ Grand Total of Services, Training, Overhead$2,686,736 * Net of costs attributable solely to AB 109 after LIHP and/or Medi-Cal coverage used


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