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SFHSA.meeting.11.15.12-THC.grant-minutes

SFHSA.meeting.11.15.12-THC.grant-minutes

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SAN FRANCISCO HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSIONM I N U T E SNovember 15, 2012 Regular Meeting
 The regular monthly meeting of the Human Services Commission was held on Thursday, November 15, 2012 in the Ronald H. BornAuditorium at 170 Otis Street, San Francisco.MEMBERS PRESENTPABLO STEWART, M.D., PresidentSCOTT L. KAHN, Vice PresidentKELLY DEARMANGEORGE YAMASAKI, Jr.MEMBER ABSENTANITA FRIEDMAN, Ph.D. (Excused)OTHERS PRESENTTrent Rhorer, Executive Director – Human Services AgencyLouise Rainey, Secretary – Human Services CommissionSteve Arcelona, Deputy Director Economic Support and Self SufficiencyPhil Arnold, Deputy Director – Deputy Director – Finance and AdministrationDebby Jeter, Deputy Director – Family and Children’s ServicesNoelle Simmons, Deputy Director – Policy and PlanningOther department staff and interested citizensROLL CALLPresident Stewart called the meeting to order at 9:35 a.m., noting the Commission was present with theexception of Commissioner Friedman who had been excused.AGENDAOn motion by Commissioner Dearman, seconded and carried, the Commission adopted the agenda amendedas follows:Item VII.C. TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC – amounts should read “in the additional amount of $153,415for a revised total grant amount not to exceed $93,088,573”. MINUTESOn motion by Commissioner Dearman, seconded and carried, the Commission approved the minutes of theOctober 25, 2012. NOVEMBEREMPLOYEE OF THEMONTHPresident Stewart presented the Employee of the Month award to Martha Singleton, Manager of theCalWORKs Welfare to Work Program. Martha was honored as an extraordinary leader in envisioning andimplementing the Rapid Response Strategy which resulted in dramatically improved Work ParticipationRates for clients in the CalWORKs Program. Also present to honor Martha was her husband, Tim, a happilyretired former employee of the Department. Martha was presented an engraved desk clock and graciouslyaccepted with thanks to all.EXECUTIVEDIRECTOR’SREPORTExecutive Director Trent Rhorer furnished an update re the State and City’s budget processes and programactivities. CONSENTCALENDAROn motion by Commissioner Dearman, seconded and carried, the Commission ratified actions taken by theExecutive Director since the October 25, 2012 Regular Meeting in accordance with Commission authorizationof June 28, 2012:1. Submission of requests to encumber funds in the total amount of $ 421,870 for purchase of services or supplies;2. Submission of 2 temporary requisitions for possible use in order to fill positions on atemporary basis;3. Submission of report of 228 temporary appointments made during the period of 10.12.12thru 11.9.12. 11.15.12 HSC Minutes 1
 
HOMEBASEHousing and Homeless Division Policy Analyst Megan Owens presented the request to enter into a new grantwith Homebase.On motion by Commissioner Yamasaki, seconded and carried the Commission granted authorization to enterinto a new grant withHOMEBASE to provide technical writing expertise, consulting services, project support, program oversight,and community process facilitation for San Francisco’s application to the U.S. Department of Housing andUrban Development for Continuum of Care funding; during the period of December 1, 2012 throughNovember 30, 2015; in a total grant amount not to exceed $493,023.BAYVIEW YMCAHousing and Homeless Programs Program Manager Daryl Higashi presented the request to modify theBayview YMCA grant.On motion by Vice President Kahn, seconded and carried the Commission granted authorization to modifythe grant withBAYVIEW YMCA for provision of Fiscal Agent and Resource Center Services; during the period of July 1, 2012through June 30, 2013; in the additional amount of $151,705 for a revised total grant amount not to exceed$3,894,116. TENDERLOINHOUSING CLINICAdult Supportive Housing Program Manager Ylonda Calloway presented the request to modify the grant with TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC for provision of the Housing First Program Care Not Cash and Non-Care NotCash Sites; during the period of July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013; in the additional amount of $153,415 fora revised total grant amount not to exceed $93,088,573.Additionally, Ms Calloway furnished an update re the All Star Hotel which has been deemed as safe.Eldon James Brown, a tenant of the All Star Hotel, expressed concern re the still existing building codeviolations which the building landlord has failed to address. Discussion followed.Commissioner Yamasaki moved approval of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic grant modification. The motionfailed for the lack of a second.EPISCOPALCOMMUNITYSERVICESHomeless Management Information Systems Program Manager Bernhard Gunter presented the request torenew the Episcopal Community Services grant.On motion by Commissioner Dearman, seconded and carried the Commission granted authorization torenew the grant withEPISCOPAL COMMUNITY SERVICES for provision of Interfaith Winter Shelter; during the period of November18, 2012 through February 23, 2013; in a total grant amount not to exceed $122,292.ARRIBA JUNTOSWorkforce Development Division Supervisor Bill Wedemeyer presented the request to renew the grant withArriba Juntos.On motion by Commissioner Yamasaki, seconded and carried the Commission granted authorization torenew the grant withARRIBA JUNTOS for provision of Homeless Employment Services; during the period of October 1, 2012through September 30, 2013; in a total grant amount not to exceed $173,285.CATHOLICCHARITIES,CATHOLIC YOUTHORGANIZATION,SAINT JOSEPH’SFAMILY CENTERWorkforce Development Division Supervisor Bill Wedemeyer presented the request to renew the grant withCatholic Charities, Catholic Youth Organization and St. Joseph’s Family Center.On motion by Commissioner Dearman, seconded and carried the Commission granted authorization torenew the grant withCATHOLIC CHARITIES, CATHOLIC YOUTH ORGANIZATION, SAINT JOSEPH’S FAMILY CENTER for provision of Homeless Employment Services; during the period of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013; in atotal grant amount not to exceed $29,394. CENTER ON JUVENILE ANDCRIMINAL JUSTICEWorkforce Development Division Supervisor Bill Wedemeyer presented the request to renew the grant withCenter on juvenile and Criminal Justice.On motion by Vice President Kahn, seconded and carried the Commission granted authorization to renew thegrant withCENTER ON JUVENILE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE for provision of Homeless Employment Services; during theperiod of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013; in a total grant amount not to exceed $130,540. 11.15.12 HSC Minutes 2

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