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File #: 20-0611    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agreement Status: Consent Agenda
File created: 7/2/2020 In control: Health and Human Services Agency
On agenda: 7/21/2020 Final action:
Title: Approval of Retroactive Second Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-204 with Davis Guest Home in the Amount of $1,430 for a New Agreement Total of $158,930 to Provide Residential Care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients, Effective July 1, 2019 Through June 30, 2020
Sponsors: Health and Human Services Agency
Attachments: 1. Agreement 19-204-A2, 2. Davis Guest Home Original Agreement, 3. Davis Guest Home, Amendment 1, 4. Davis Guest Home Proposed Amendment 2

TO: Board of Supervisors
FROM: Health and Human Services Agency
MEETING DATE: July 21, 2020


DEPARTMENT CONTACT:
Tammy Moss Chandler
PHONE:
463-7774
DEPARTMENT CONTACT:
Jenine Miller
PHONE:
472-2341


ITEM TYPE: Consent Agenda

TIME ALLOCATED FOR ITEM: N/A


AGENDA TITLE:
title
Approval of Retroactive Second Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-204 with Davis Guest Home in the Amount of $1,430 for a New Agreement Total of $158,930 to Provide Residential Care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients, Effective July 1, 2019 Through June 30, 2020
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RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION:
recommendation
Approve retroactive second Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-204 with Davis Guest Home in the amount of $1,430 for a new Agreement total of $158,930 to provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Director or designee to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.
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PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS:
Ongoing item. Last action: March 24, 2020, Item No. 4(o), BOS Agreement No. 19-204-A1

SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
The Lanterman-Petris -Short (LPS) Act is the California law governing the involuntary civil commitment of individuals who, due to mental illness, pose a danger to themselves, a danger to others, or who are gravely disabled and require inpatient psychiatric care. The intent of the LPS Act was to end inappropriate lifetime commitment of people with mental illness and firmly establish their right to due process while significantly reducing state institutional expense.

Pursuant to the requirements of the LPS Act, Mendocino County is responsible for providing residential care services to LPS clients who are court-mandated to receive a specific level of care requiring a structured environment due to mental health challenges. Currently, there are no lo...

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