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File #: 2020-890    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 12/22/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/26/2021 Final action:
Title: CONSIDER ACCEPTING A $10,000 PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE GRANT FROM THE SOUTH BAY CENTER FOR COUNSELING (SBCC) AND APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. SEVEN TO SUBCONTRACT FOR PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM ACTIVITIES/SERVICES WITH SBCC FOR CONTINUED PERFORMANCE OF PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM SERVICES BY CITY (CITY COUNCIL)
Sponsors: Community Services
Attachments: 1. SBCC P and A Program Amendment No.pdf, 2. Resolution No. 21-004
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Report to Mayor and City Council
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Consent


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CONSIDER ACCEPTING A $10,000 PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE GRANT FROM THE SOUTH BAY CENTER FOR COUNSELING (SBCC) AND APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. SEVEN TO SUBCONTRACT FOR PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM ACTIVITIES/SERVICES WITH SBCC FOR CONTINUED PERFORMANCE OF PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM SERVICES BY CITY (CITY COUNCIL)

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I. SUMMARY

The Prevention and Aftercare Program is designed to strengthen family resilience and nurture the development of healthy behaviors. The objectives of these services include: 1) prevention of maltreatment before it occurs; 2) prevention of child abuse/neglect among families at risk through the provision of supportive family services; and 3) increased child safety within the home and preservation of families in which children have been maltreated, when the family's problems can be effectively addressed.
This program is funded by a grant provided by the South Bay Center for Counseling (SBCC). Typically, the SBCC issues grant allocations to the City in January. However, the pandemic has impacted SBCC's ability to execute grant renewals in a timely manner and instead it has offered the City a two-month extension for January and February 2021 in the amount of $10,000.
To allow the Prevention and Aftercare program to continue in the short-term, Staff recommends that the City Council accept the two-month grant funding extension and approve the proposed Amendment No. Seven to the City's contract with SBCC providing for City to use the grant funding for the continued performance of prevention and aftercare program services/activities through February 28, 2021 (Exhibits 1). A budget resolution reflecting the $10,000 increase in revenue and corresponding $10,000 increase in expenses is also proposed for the Council's approval (Exhibit 2).
Once SBCC determines how much additional funding the City will be receiving for the current calendar year, a follow-up re...

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