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File #: 2021-058    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/26/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/16/2021 Final action:
Title: CONSIDER APPROVING: (1) RESOLUTION NO. 21-013 ACCEPTING A $68,000 GRANT FROM THE SOUTH BAY CENTER FOR COUNSELING (SBCC) TO SUPPORT THE PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM; AND (2) SUBCONTRACT WITH SBCC FOR PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES (CITY COUNCIL)
Sponsors: Community Services
Attachments: 1. Resolution No 21-013 (brj), 2. (SBCC) SUBCONTRACTOR FOR PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM ACTIVITIES 2021 (brj)
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Report to Mayor and City Council
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
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CONSIDER APPROVING: (1) RESOLUTION NO. 21-013 ACCEPTING A $68,000 GRANT FROM THE SOUTH BAY CENTER FOR COUNSELING (SBCC) TO SUPPORT THE PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM; AND (2) SUBCONTRACT WITH SBCC FOR PREVENTION AND AFTERCARE PROGRAM ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES (CITY COUNCIL)

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I. SUMMARY

In 2015, the City of Carson was awarded a five-year grant from the South Bay Center for Counseling (SBCC) that provided support for the Prevention and Aftercare Program ("Program"). The Program is designed to strengthen family resilience and nurture the development of healthy behaviors.
SBCC typically notifies its partner agencies in January of the amount of Program funding the agency will receive for that calendar year. However, due to pandemic-related challenges that impacted its ability to execute grant renewals in a timely manner, as of January 2021 SBCC was able to offer the City funding for only the first two months of 2021. At its January 26, 2021, meeting, the City Council formally accepted the two-month award.
Recently, SBCC notified the City that it will be receiving $68,000 in grant funding for City to provide Program services through June 30, 2022. Accordingly, staff respectfully requests that the City Council adopt Resolution No. 21-013 to accept the Program's funding through June 30, 2022, and to make appropriate budget adjustments (Exhibit No. 1).
Additionally, because the 2021 calendar year begins a new 5-year grant cycle, the prior 5-year prime-contract between the County of Los Angeles and SBCC has expired and a new prime contract has taken effect as of March 1, 2021 (due to the aforementioned two-month delay). Accordingly, a new subcontract between the City and SBCC is also needed, as the prior subcontract has expired. Therefore, staff has prepared a proposed new 5-year subcontract with SBCC (Exhibit No. 2), and respectfully requests City Council approval of same to ...

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