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File #: 54202    Version: Name: Directing the Community Development Division to conduct an RFP process to allocate to one or more agencies, subject to Council approval, the $115,000 authorized in the 2019 Operating Budget for senior case management and/or senior activity pro
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 12/21/2018 In control: FINANCE COMMITTEE
On agenda: 3/5/2019 Final action: 2/26/2019
Enactment date: 3/1/2019 Enactment #: RES-19-00162
Title: ALTERNATE - Directing the Community Development Division to conduct an RFP process to allocate to one or more agencies, subject to Council approval, the $115,000 authorized in the 2019 Operating Budget for senior case management and/or senior activity programming to Madison’s South East Asian senior population.
Sponsors: Shiva Bidar, Keith Furman, Rebecca Kemble, Steve King, Arvina Martin, Matthew J. Phair, Marsha A. Rummel, Michael E. Verveer, Ledell Zellers, Samba Baldeh
Attachments: 1. 54202 v2 Alternate.pdf, 2. Registration Forms-List of Speakers, 3. Anesis Center for Marriage and Family Therapy LLC Non-Competitive Selection Request - CC Approval Required January 2019.pdf, 4. 1/7/19 Southeast Asian Elders Letter_D5.pdf, 5. 1/9/19 Roger Garms Letters_D5.pdf, 6. 1/13/19 Myra McNair Email_D5.pdf, 7. 1/14/19 Karen Mendendez Coller Email_D5.pdf, 8. 1/15/19 Hnub Yang Email_D5.pdf, 9. Lynn Green Letter.pdf, 10. County Hmong Institute Resolution.pdf, 11. Dane Co Operating Budget.pdf, 12. CDD Budget Overview.pdf, 13. 2018 Anesis Resolution.pdf, 14. Anesis Service Report.pdf, 15. 11/12/18 Dane Co Supv Kuhn Email.pdf, 16. 2/11/19 Hmong Institute Letter.pdf, 17. All Alder Emails_Leg. File 54202.pdf, 18. 2/25/19 Sheesenphooyw Moua Submitted Attachments.pdf
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes the Community Development Division to conduct an RFP process to allocate $115,000 to one or more agencies, subject to Common Council approval, for senior case management and/or senior activity programming to Madison’s South East Asian senior population. The 2019 Adopted Operating Budget includes $115,000 for mental health case management and community programming for Southeast Asian elders and individuals with mental health needs. No additional City appropriation is required. The Community Development Division anticipates issuing a competitive request for proposals for Senior Services in 2020.
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ALTERNATE - Directing the Community Development Division to conduct an RFP process to allocate to one or more agencies, subject to Council approval, the $115,000 authorized in the 2019 Operating Budget for senior case management and/or senior activity programming to Madison’s South East Asian senior population.
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WHEREAS, the South East Asian population in Madison includes a significant number of elders experiencing the effects of traumas inflicted in service to the United States and, as a result, needs access to mental health services and other support that can be provided through partnerships and collaborations with mental health providers; and,

WHEREAS, in 2018, the City of Madison provided $15,175 to Journey Mental Health Center’s Kajsiab House program for South East Asian Seniors which offered case management services that were coordinated with mental health services provided by Journey Mental Health; and,

WHEREAS, following Journey Mental Health’s decision to discontinue its Kajsiab House programming in November 2018, the Mayor proposed and the Common Council approved as part of the City’s 2019 Operating Budget, a $100,000 increase in funding for Senior Services for the purpose of supporting services for South East Asian seniors previously provided through Journey Mental Health’s Kajsiab House program...

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