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File #: [21-0817]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Passed
File created: 10/5/2021 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 10/27/2021 Final action: 10/27/2021
Title: Approve an Additional $100,000 for Performance Agreements with Human Services Agencies Recommended by the Human Services Advisory Board.
Attachments: 1. Human Services Advisory Board Recommended Funding Plan 2 - FY22 Human Service, 2. A RESOLUTION APPROVING 2021-2022 ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR PERFORMANCE AGREEMENTS WITH HUMAN SERVICES AGENCIES AS RECOMMENDED BY THE HUMAN SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD (2021-10-27/R-6)
Related files: [21-0527]


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Approve an Additional $100,000 for Performance Agreements with Human Services Agencies Recommended by the Human Services Advisory Board.
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Staff:
Department:
Sarah Osmer Vi?as, Interim Director
Housing and Community
Jackie Thompson, Human Services Coordinator


Overview: This memorandum summarizes the Human Services Advisory Board's recommendation for allocating the additional $100,000 in funding for the Human Services program Council approved in the FY 2021-22 budget.


Recommendation(s):
That the Council adopt the resolution to authorize performance agreements with human service agencies, as recommended by the Human Services Advisory Board.

Background
* The charge of the Chapel Hill Human Services Advisory Board (HSAB) is to assess human services needs for Chapel Hill residents, identifying service gaps and ways to fill them and advising the Town Council on funding.
* The HSAB completed its evaluation of agencies for funding in March 2021 for the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget. The Board based its recommendation on last year's (FY 2020-21) budget amount for the Human Services Program ($446,500).
* The Council allocated an additional $100,000 in the Fiscal Year 2022 budget with the understanding that the Board would develop a recommended funding plan to be shared with the Council.
* The HSAB met in August to develop its recommendation for the additional funding.
* The HSAB prioritized agencies that it had flagged during the review of applications whose requests were not fully funded in the initial funding plan.

Fiscal Impact/Resources: The HSAB recommends allocating the $100,000 to the following seventeen agencies:

1. Club Nova, Inc. - $5,000
2. Compass Center for Women and Families - $4,400
3. El Centro Hispano, Inc. - $4,000
4. EmPOWERment, Inc. - $10,000
5. Families & Communities Rising, (KidSCope) - $5,000
6. Freedom House Recovery Center, Inc. - $10,000
7. Friends of Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation $5,000
8. Hope Ren...

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