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File #: 14-455    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 1/12/2015 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/26/2015 Final action: 1/26/2015
Title: Adopt City Council Resolution Approving the Second Amendment to the Subrecipient Agreement with Mendocino Coast Clinics for the Public Service Activity Funded by CDBG #12-CDBG-8388 and Authorizing City Manager to Execute Same (Amount Not to Exceed $177,130; Account No. 302-5001-0630)
Attachments: 1. RESO Approving MCC Subrecip Amend 2 HMHIP.pdf, 2. MCC Amendment No. 2
Title
Adopt City Council Resolution Approving the Second Amendment to the Subrecipient Agreement with Mendocino Coast Clinics for the Public Service Activity Funded by CDBG #12-CDBG-8388 and Authorizing City Manager to Execute Same (Amount Not to Exceed $177,130; Account No. 302-5001-0630)

Summary
The City’s 2012 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) #12-CDBG-8388 provides $462,500 to operate the Homeless Mental Health Intervention Program (HMHIP) for approximately thirty months, until September 30, 2015. HMHIP provides targeted, intensive intervention services to homeless individuals who are exhibiting mental health issues who are not currently receiving treatment or regular services. The HMHIP is operated by Mendocino Coast Hospitality Center (MCHC) and Mendocino Coast Clinics per Subrecipient Agreements with each entity. The Agreements include a scope of work and budget approved for the grant application in March 2012 and amended after the grant award in February 2013. Client services are initiated by MCHC, and the number of clients eligible for the program has significantly exceeded projections. In addition, client needs have been different than anticipated in the original program budget, with less need for expensive direct medical services and increased need for case management, ancillary medical services and counseling. The HMHIP operators have determined that a re-allocation of remaining funding will allow more effective service to clients. Specifically, the operators agree that remaining budget of $144,789 should be moved from Mendocino Coast Clinics to MCHC. The proposed changes to the Mendocino Coast Clinics budget reduce several line items to reflect expected costs through grant termination, including Patient Advocate, Substance Abuse Counselor, Primary Care Consultation, and Mental Health Counseling. Increases are proposed to add a small budget for direct support supplies; to add a variety of new client services to meet identified needs, includ...

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