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File #: 0019-2020    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 12/23/2019 In control: Health & Human Services Committee
On agenda: 1/27/2020 Final action: 1/30/2020
Title: To authorize the Board of Health to accept the grant contract from the Alcohol, Drug And Mental Health (ADAMH) Board of Franklin County in the amount of $1,745,070.00; to authorize the appropriation of $2,345,070.00, which includes program revenues, to the Health Department in the Health Department Grants Fund; and to declare an emergency. ($2,345,070.00)
Attachments: 1. Appropriation Spreadsheet 0019-2020 ADAMH Funding
Explanation

BACKGROUND: Columbus Public Health has been awarded the 2020 Alcohol, Drug And Mental Health (ADAMH) Board of Franklin County grant contract to fund the following projects: Outpatient Treatment (General Claims); Women’s Recovery; REAL Life- Columbus Parks and Recreation Centers; Community Prevention, CPH After School/Summer; Immigrant Women’s Support Groups; School Based-Columbus Public-YES/Success; HIV Early Intervention Services (EIS), Substance Abuse General Education (SAGE); Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Suboxone; Harm Reduction Outreach Engagement, Prevention and Wellness-Evidence Based; Prevention and Wellness-Prevention in Schools; Performance Incentive AoD Prevention; and Performance Incentive SEL Prevention. The funding for the projects total $1,745,070.00 from ADAMH and begins January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020.

The Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS) grant contract is primarily funded through the ADAMH Board of Franklin County but also generates the following revenues which are to be appropriated; client fees in the amount of $160,000.00 and Medicaid in the amount of $440,000.00 for a total appropriation of $2,345,070.00. These funds will enable Columbus Public Health to continue to provide treatment, counseling and prevention services to men, women, children/families, homeless population and to serve clients referred by the criminal justice system.

The Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS) prevention program will serve over 9,000 unique clients, who may receive multiple services, through Columbus City Schools, After School/Summer programs, Latina Prevention programming, Early Intervention sites, and Recreation Centers. Of this number, approximately 5,000 adults and family members will be served, and 4,000 children and adolescents will be served. The ADS Comprehensive Treatment Program will provide treatment services to approximately 1,023 men and women through the provision of Biopsychosocial Assessments, Individual, Int...

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