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RESTORATION REQUEST

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									    American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
         SFY 2010 Drug Court Funding
              Restoration Project




              RESTORATION REQUEST




Ted Strickland, Governor   Angela Cornelius Dawson, Director
                  SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Funding Restoration Request

                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                                                                Page Numbers

 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….……….…..…3

 Section 1.    ODADAS Face Sheet Instructions and Form............................................................8

 Section 2.    Budget/Expenditure Instructions and Form…………………………………………..10

 Section 3.    Budget Narrative Instructions and Example………………………………….…....... 12

 Section 4.    Conditions and Assurances.…………………………………………………………....18
                ODADAS Treatment and Recovery Conditions and Assurances for SFY 2010
                Debarment and Suspension Certification
                Environmental Tobacco Smoke Certification
                Recovery Act Assurances
                Central Contract Registration Assurance

Section 5.    ARRA Subrecipient Information Form………………………………………..……........31

Section 6.    Enclosures…….………………………………………………………………..…….........34
                Application Checklist




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Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS)
SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration Project

Mission Statement
To provide statewide leadership in establishing a high-quality addiction prevention,
treatment and recovery services system of care that is effective, accessible and valued
by all Ohioans.

Introduction
The State Fiscal Year (SFY) 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Request provides Drug
Courts with the requirements for the SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration
Project requests and sets forth the process by which each project request will be
reviewed. This current project requests will cover the period from the July 1, 2009
through June 30, 2010. Agencies awarded funds in this period under this solicitation will
be eligible for continued funding in SFY 2011 pending program performance and
compliance with ODADAS Conditions and Assurances, including timely submission of
reporting requirements. The availability of funds and continuation process for SFY 2011
will be made available over the next year.

Purpose
The stated purposes of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
(Recovery Act) are: to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery; to
assist those most impacted by the recession; to provide investments needed to increase
economic efficiency by spurring technological advances in science and health; to invest
in transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide
long-term economic benefits; and to stabilize state and local government budgets, in
order to minimize and avoid reductions in essential services and counterproductive
state and local tax increases.

The Recovery Act places great emphasis on accountability and transparency in the use
of taxpayer dollars; therefore, all awarded requests must strictly adhere to the reporting
protocol outlined in Section 5 of this document.

Availability of funds
Funding will depend on the availability of federal funds authorized by the American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and made available through the United States
Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance. Drug Courts can apply for no
more than the amount of the 25% reduction made in the beginning of SFY 2010.

Location of Request Documents and Supporting Documents
The Request Documents and Supporting Documents are posted on the ODADAS
website at www.odadas.ohio.gov. Select “Services,” “Fiscal”, “Grant Guidance” and
“SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration Project Request and Documentation.”

Eligible Drug Courts
SFY 2009 one time grantees are not eligible for SFY 2010/2011 funds.
Applications will only be accepted from public and private non-profit organizations that
provide alcohol and other drug treatment services that were awarded Drug Court GFA
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grants during SFY 2010. The available funding amount for SFY 2010 is listed as an
attachment to the SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration Project Requests
letters sent to SFY 2010 grant recipients.

Special Requirements
Implementing agencies (i.e., treatment programs or other funded entities) are required
to submit admission and discharge records via the Ohio Behavioral Health Module
(OHBH) for all clients served with ODADAS funds. Both primary and secondary
diagnoses will be reported for all clients whenever appropriate (see MACSIS Behavioral
Health Data Form, Field 25). Implementing agencies are required to submit non-
reimbursement claims via MACSIS. In addition, funds dispersal is contingent upon
verification that jobs are maintained and that new positions have been created and
employment has been accepted by the prospective job candidate(s).

All Implementing Agencies will receive their Recovery Act funds directly from ODADAS.
An agency not registered as a Vendor with the State of Ohio must submit the necessary
documents to ODADAS in order to become registered. Failure to complete these forms
in a timely manner will result in ODADAS being unable to disburse funds to the agency.
If applicable, these forms and instructions regarding completion will be sent to the
agency with the Letter of Intent to Fund Notice.

Drug Courts
Purpose: The purpose of these funds is to support adult, juvenile and family drug court
programming statewide.
Background: The first Ohio drug court was implemented in Hamilton County in 1995 to
serve adult felons. Since that time, a total of 82 drug courts are currently operational in
Ohio. Drug courts now additionally serve misdemeanant offenders, OVI/DUI offenders,
juveniles and adults charged with abuse, neglect or dependency of their minor children.
ODADAS, the largest funder of these programs, provides monies to a total of 24 drug
courts.

Restrictions
Requested funds may not be used for: mental health services, cash payments to
recipients of services, vehicle purchase, capital improvement, construction, professional
or credentialing fees, licenses, fines, penalties, or to supplant existing funds for staff or
programs. Vehicle lease is permissible when pre-approval is received from ODADAS
prior to signing the lease agreement. Consultant rates in excess of $450.00 per day are
not allowed. The Recovery Act specifically provides that funds may not be used by any
state or local government, or any private entity, for any casino or gambling
establishment, aquarium, zoo, golf course, or swimming pool. In addition, these funds
may not be used to support to travel to conferences and training unless requested by
ODADAS to satisfy any requirement of the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of
Justice Assistance.

Recovery Act: Use of Funds in Conjunction with Funds from Other Sources
Recovery Act funds may be used in conjunction with other funding as necessary to
complete projects, but tracking and reporting of Recovery Act funds must be separate,
to meet the reporting and other requirements of the Recovery Act and other applicable
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laws. There can be no commingling of funds.

Review and Receipt Schedule
To be considered for funding, Drug Courts must complete and submit one signed
original and two identical copies (three total) of the completed funding request.
Requests must be received at ODADAS by the close of business (5:00 P.M.)
Friday, January 22, 2010.      Any request received after 5:00 P.M. on the Friday,
January 22, 2010 will be considered late. No facsimile or electronic mail copies of the
request will be accepted.

 Date                                              Process
                       SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration Project
 December 17, 2009     Request Document available to ODADAS currently funded drug
                       courts on ODADAS Website
                       Webinar for SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration
 January 5, 2010       Project Requests from 1:00-2:30 p.m. Log in information will be
                       emailed to registered participants.
 January 22, 2010      Requests for Funding Due to ODADAS by 5:00 p.m.

 January 25, 2010 to
                     Review and Feedback by ODADAS staff
 February 5, 2010
                       Notice of Awards Mailed to Implementing Agency with
 February 5, 2010
                       Approved Requests
 July 1, 2009 to
                       SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Funding Period
 June 30, 2010


Questions and Technical Assistance
Questions related to the funding request process and fiscal matters should be directed
to Dayna McCrary, Grants Analyst, at (614) 728-8230 or dmccrary@ada.ohio.gov and
questions regarding programmatic matters should be directed to the Joani Moore,
Justice Services Coordinator, at (614) 752-7385 or Moore@ada.ohio.gov . Frequently
asked questions and answers will be posted to the ODADAS website:
www.odadas.ohio.gov.

The ODADAS Divisions of Treatment and Recovery Services and Fiscal Services will
provide a Funding Request Webinar for SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration
Project Requests on Tuesday, January 5, 2010 from 1:00-2:30 p.m. The training will
provide information regarding the request components, including specific requirements
related to ARRA funding. Training participants should review the Recovery Act Drug
Court Restoration Project Request Document and be prepared to ask questions. The
session will last approximately 1.5 hour depending on the number of questions. If you
plan to log into the Webinar, please email Dayna McCrary at dmccrary@ada.ohio.gov
with the following information: contact name, agency name, address, phone number,
and email address. Instructions on how to log into the Webinar will be emailed to those
who register.

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General Instructions for Completing Funding Request
The requested information must be submitted in the order given. Applications must be
stapled or clipped in the upper left-hand corner. Do not permanently bind or put the
application in a folder. Do not include organizational tabs, dividers or separation sheets.
Requests should be written in no smaller than 12-point type font, single-spaced and
single-sided. Number each page of the application in the top right hand corner.

                                Send Funding Request to:
                   Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services
                    Grants Administration Unit, Division of Fiscal Services
                              280 North High Street, 12th Floor
                               Columbus, Ohio 43215-2550

Review
All funding requests will be reviewed by ODADAS staff for format and guideline
compliance. The request will be reviewed for the following components: Face Sheet,
Budget, Budget Narrative, Sustainability Plan, signed Assurances, and completed
ARRA Subrecipient Form. The Budget and Budget Narrative must have correct math
and accurately correspond with each other. The Budget Narrative must adequately
justify and explain each line item. All required forms must be signed and dated as
necessary.

Reporting Requirements
As authorized in Ohio Revised Code Section 3793.12, ODADAS will collect information
and statistics from Drug Courts. This information and data is outlined in the Reporting
Requirements, which will be distributed with all of the Notice of Awards. These
Reporting Requirements will be available on the ODADAS website. Reporting
requirements, such as expenditure reports and progress reports, will be reviewed by
ODADAS Staff. Failure to comply with reporting requirements shall result in further
action by ODADAS.

ARRA Reporting Requirements
Ohio Means Jobs Website
All Jobs created with ARRA funds are required to be posted to the Ohio Means Jobs
Website: https://ohiomeansjobs.com/omj. These jobs must also be posted at the county
Department        of    Jobs     and    Family    Services  One      Stop    location
(http://jfs.ohio.gov/workforce/jobseekers/onestopmap.stm). A detailed description on
how to post these jobs is available on the ODADAS website www.odadas.ohio.gov
under Services,” “Fiscal”, “Grant Guidance” and “SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court
Restoration Project Request and Documentation.”

Employers are responsible for reporting and posting every job created and for reporting
positions retained. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget defines jobs or
positions created as “those positions created and filled, or previously existing unfilled
positions that are retained as a result of Recovery Act funding.” A job cannot be
reported as both created and retained. It is not necessary to post an unfilled position if
a laid-off worker is being recalled to re-fill that position.

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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) authorizes and provides funding
for this project through the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance,
Office of Justice Programs. All ARRA funded projects are required to submit 1512 c
reports in a timely manner. Please see Recovery Act Assurances, item #1. In addition,
these projects are required to submit outcome data to the Department on a regular
basis.

This information and data will be outlined in the Reporting Requirements, which will be
distributed with all Notice of Awards. These Reporting Requirements will be made
available on the ODADAS web site at a later date.

Reporting Schedule
Drug Courts will be required to submit 1512 c reports to the Department within four (4)
calendar days after the completion of each quarter, regardless of holidays or weekends.

Quarter                                  Report Due to ODADAS
January 1 through March 31               April 4
April 1 through June 30                  July 4
July 1 through September 30              October 4
October 1 through December 31            January 4


Non-Compliance/Accountability
ODADAS will withhold funding for this project pursuant to Recovery Act Assurances,
item #19.


Definitions
For purpose of the Recovery Act Assurances, Drug Courts awarded funding under this
solicitation shall be interchangeably referred to as: Drug Court, grantee, contractor and
subrecipient.




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Section 1 – ODADAS Recovery Act Face Sheet
Complete one face sheet form with the requested information for each Recovery
Act program area.

     Indicate the Face Sheet Type and Program Area.

      Insert the total ODADAS funds requested for the program area. Drug Courts can
      apply for no more than the amount of award reduction that occurred in SFY 2010.
  

      The available amount is listed on the SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court
      Request for Funding letter attachment sent to SFY 2010 grant recipients.

     The funded program period will be from the July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.

      List the program title and the current ODADAS Drug Court state grant number
      as identified in the State Fiscal Year 2010 Notice of Award.
  


     Complete Implementing Agency information.

      The face sheet must be signed and dated by the Authorized Implementing
      Agency Board Member and Implementing Agency Executive Director.
  


      Note: A signed face sheet must accompany each budget revision and/or any
      revision to this request submitted to ODADAS. The face sheet must be signed
  

      and dated by the Authorized Implementing Agency Board Member and
      Implementing Agency Executive Director.




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                                   SFY 2010 ODADAS RECOVERY ACT
                                             FACE SHEET
        FACE SHEET TYPE                                          PROGRAM AREAS
           (check one)                                             (check one)

      [ ] Original                     [ ] Drug Court Funding Restoration
                    *
      [ ] Revision                     [ ] Treatment Expansion for ODADAS Funded Drug Courts
                 **
      [ ] Report                       [ ] Other- Specify: __________________________

   *Check Revision when submitting a Face Sheet to ODADAS for an request program, or budget revision.
   **Check Report when submitting semi-annual reports.


Total ODADAS Funds Requested: $ _________________

Funding Period: _____________ to ____________

Program Title: _____________________________________________________

2010 Drug Court Grant Number: ____________________________


                                IMPLEMENTING AGENCY INFORMATION

 Implementing Agency Name

 Executive Director
 Mailing Address
 City, State Zip Code
 Telephone Number
 Fax Number
 Executive Director’s Email Address
 Fiscal Officer’s Name
 Fiscal Officer’s Phone Number
 Fiscal Officer’s Email

 Federal Tax ID Number

 DUNs Number

 Congressional District Number

 ADAMHS/ADAS Board Name



____________________________________________________                        _____________________
Authorized Implementing Agency Board Member                                  Date

____________________________________________________                        ______________________
Implementing Agency Executive Director                                       Date
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SECTION 2 - Budget/Expenditure Form Instructions
A SFY 2010 Budget/Expenditure Form must be completed for the request for
funding. For this solicitation, Drug Courts can apply for no more than the amount of the
25% reduction made in the beginning of SFY 2010. The available amounts were listed
on the SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration Project Request for Funding
letter attachments sent to SFY 2010 drug court grant recipients.

The Budget/Expenditure form must include the program area (Drug Court Funding
Restoration) and list the Budget Period as July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010. In-kind
services should be reported at the prevailing wage rate. The total of all the
Budget/Expenditure Forms for all program areas should match the figure on the face
sheet of the application. The form is designed for both preparing an initial budget,
budget revisions and reporting actual expenditures. Leave the state grant number blank
until a SFY 2010 ODADAS grant number is assigned on your Notice of Award. Once a
grant number is assigned, then include the grant number on expenditure reports and
budget revisions.     The following five areas pertain to the columns on the
budget/expenditure form:

   A. Budget Categories –The line items for the program area’s planned budget.
      Please refer to the Budget by Line Item Definition document which is
      available on ODADAS’ website to assure proper use of budget categories.

   B. ODADAS Funds – The ODADAS funds budgeted by budget category for the
      program area.

   C. Other Funds – Leave Other Funds blank on this application. Only ARRA
      funds are to be listed on this budget. Other Funds were captured on the
      original Drug Court Application.

   D. Total Funds – This includes the total of the ODADAS for the identified program
      area.

   E. Totals – These are the totals for ODADAS Funds, Other Funds, and Total Funds.
      Calculations are automatic in Microsoft Excel Budget/Expenditure Form.

An example of a budget form has been included for your reference. The SFY 2010
Budget/Expenditure Form can be obtained from the ODADAS website at
www.odadas.ohio.gov and select “Services,” “Fiscal”, “Grant Guidance” and
“SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration Project Request and
Documentation.” This form is available in Microsoft Excel and PDF format.




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SECTION 3. – Budget Narrative Instructions
A budget narrative must be completed for the funding request. Identify the
Implementing Agency name, program area (eg. Drug Court Funding Restoration), and
program title. The Budget Narrative must only address the ARRA funds requested in
this application. Please do not include Other Funds.

For the SFY 2010 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Drug Court Funding
Restoration Project Request, the positions listed in the Personnel Line Item that
are being created and retained with ARRA funds must be identified in the budget
narrative. This must include the number of FTE supported by ARRA funds for
each position.

Any use of funds for equipment, furniture or computer software must be justified in
terms of the relationship of the equipment, furniture or computer software to the
program or activity. Justification to purchase equipment, furniture or computer software
must be submitted to ODADAS and include consideration of how the equipment,
furniture or computer software will be used, why the purchase is necessary, how the
cost was determined and why the program considers the cost reasonable. Funds
cannot be expended for equipment, furniture or computer software until approved by the
Department. Once approved, programs must submit a list of equipment purchased with
ODADAS funds during State Fiscal Year 2010 on the ODADAS Equipment/ Furniture
Purchase Form. Please use this form to list the type of equipment/furniture, serial
number, and cost for each item. Please submit this with the final expenditure report.

An example of a budget narrative has been included for your reference. A template of
the Budget Narrative is available online at www.odadas.ohio.gov. Select “Services,”
“Fiscal”, “Grant Guidance” and “SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration
Project Request.”

Make sure you check for accuracy. Ensure the budget and budget narrative
balance individually and to each other.




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SECTION 3 – BUDGET NARRATIVE

Agency Name: Laurel County Common Pleas Court

Program Title: Community Crime Alternatives

Program Area: Drug Court Funding Restoration

ANTICIPATED INCOME SOURCES DURING PROGRAM PERIOD:

A. ODADAS                                                          $70,000
   This is the amount awarded under the ODADAS Drug Court Funding Restoration.


 Total Funding                                                               $70,000

LINE ITEM BUDGET JUSTIFICATION:

A1. Personnel                    Annual        Level         ODADAS          Other
    Position                     Salary        of Effort     Funds           Funds
Program Director                 $43,614       1 FTE         $43,614         $0

The Program Director will spend 1.0 FTE coordinating program activities, providing
comprehensive supervision and other treatment services. As a result of ARRA funding,
the Court will be able to retain the Program Director at 1 FTE. The Program Director has
specialized knowledge and over 5 years experience working directly with the Drug Court
Program. Without funding, the program management was assigned to other Court
Personnel.

                                                             ODADAS          Other
                                                             Funds            Funds
Total Personnel                                              $43,614         $0


A2. Fringe Benefits
Retirement @ 14% of wages                                    $6,106          $0
Medicare @ 1.45% of wages                                    $633            $0
Health Insurance                                             $10,698         $0
Worker’s Compensation                                        $514            $0
Unemployment Insurance                                       $436            $0

                                                             ODADAS          Other
                                                             Funds           Funds
Total Fringe Benefits                                        $18,387         $0




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A3. Consultants
Urinalysis Drug Testing
The Drug Court program will perform random urinalysis drug screens for 10 participants
per week using a contract with the Results Assured Company. Ten participants x 52
weeks x $7.50 per test, $3,900.

Licensed Independent Social Worker. The LISW will meet with and counsel drug court
participants and families on an as needed basis. The rate of pay is $25 per hour. The
Drug Court program has allotted $1,353 for this service.

                                                               ODADAS        Other
                                                               Funds         Funds
Total Consultants                                              $5,253        $0


A4. Subscriptions and Publications
Educational materials will be provided for program participants and their families. In
addition, professional development materials will be provided for program staff.

                                                               ODADAS        Other
                                                               Funds         Funds
Total Subscriptions and Publications                           $906          $0



A5. Supplies
Office Supplies
Consumable office supplies will include pens, notepads and other general office
supplies, $300.

Breathalyzer Supplies
Consumable supplies for use with the breathalyzer machine include disposable straws,
calibrating tanks and regulators, $462.
Graduation Certificates and frames for program participants, $200.

                                                               ODADAS        Other
                                                               Funds         Funds
Total Supplies                                                 $962          $0


A6. Printing/Copying
No funds are assigned to this line item.
                                                               ODADAS        Other
                                                               Funds         Funds
Total Printing/Copying                                         $0            $0




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A7. Rent/Lease Expenses
No funds are assigned to this line item.
                                                               ODADAS          Other
                                                               Funds           Funds
Total Rent/Lease                                               $0              $0


A8. Phone/Utilities
Voice Mail for Program Director and Administrative Assistant @ $10.66 per month x 12
months, $128.
                                                             ODADAS Other
                                                             Funds       Funds
Total Phone/Utilities                                        $128       $0

A9. Maintenance/Repair
Monthly maintenance fees charged by the Common Pleas Court for shared office
maintenance services, $33.33 per month x 12 months, $400.
                                                          ODADAS Other
                                                          Funds      Funds
Total Maintenance/Repair                                  $400       $0


A10. Rentals
No funds are assigned to this line item.
                                                               ODADAS          Other
                                                               Funds           Funds
Total Rentals                                                  $0              $0


A11. Insurance
No funds are assigned to this line item.
                                                               ODADAS          Other
                                                               Funds           Funds
Total Insurance                                                $0              $0


A12. Motor Vehicle
No funds are assigned to this line item.
                                                               ODADAS          Other
                                                               Funds           Funds
Total Motor Vehicle                                            $0              $0


A13. Travel
Mileage reimbursement for Program Director when county vehicles are unavailable.
Mileage reimbursement is paid at State of Ohio rate of .45 per mile.


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                                                              ODADAS          Other
                                                              Funds           Funds
Total Travel                                                  $250            $0


A14. Food
No funds are assigned to this line item.
                                                              ODADAS          Other
                                                              Funds           Funds
Total Food                                                     $0              $0



A15. Conference/Training/Registration
No funds are assigned to this line item.
                                                              ODADAS          Other
                                                              Funds           Funds
Total Conference/Training/Registration                        $0              $0


A16. Equipment/Computer
Purchase of FAX machine for program office.
                                                              ODADAS          Other
                                                              Funds           Funds
Total Equipment/Computer                                      $100            $0


A17. Furniture
No funds are assigned to this line item.
                                                              ODADAS          Other
                                                              Funds           Funds
Total Furniture                                               $0              $0


                                                              ODADAS          Other
                                                              Funds           Funds
Grand Total                                                   $70,000         $0




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Section 5. Assurances
The assurances are federal and/or state requirements that must be adhered to by the
Drug Court. Implementing Agency Executive Directors must read, sign and date the
following for each request submitted:

   1. ODADAS SFY 2010 Treatment and Recovery Funded Agency Conditions and
      Assurances

   2. Certification of Suspension and Debarment

   3. Environmental Tobacco Smoke Certification

   4. Recovery Act Assurances

   5. Central Contract Registration Assurances




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               Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services
           Funded Agency Conditions and Assurances - State Fiscal Year 2010
                             Treatment and Recovery

General Requirements

  1.   The governmental agency or nonprofit corporation applying hereunder possesses the
       legal authority to apply for and receive the grant; and in the case of a nonprofit
       corporation a resolution, motion or similar action has been duly adopted or passed by
       the board authorizing the submission of this application and directing and authorizing the
       person identified as Program Director as the representative of the applicant to act in
       connection and provide such additional information as may be required.

  2.   Funds granted as a result of this State Fiscal Year 2010 Guidance for Applicants are to
       be used for the purpose set forth herein, and will be administered in accordance with the
       reporting requirements accompanied with the ODADAS Notice of Award.

  3.   Fees or other income derived from the services will be credited as program income to
       the program. Grantees will follow Office of Management and Budget Circular A-110 for
       requirements concerning program income. In the event of termination of the program,
       unexpended grant funds are subject to recovery by ODADAS.

  4.   Availability of other funds budgeted for this program must be documented. The
       documentation must demonstrate any required in-kind or cash match.

  5.   Grant funds will not be used to: provide cash payments to recipients of services,
       purchase vehicles, supplant existing funds for staff or programs, cover capital
       improvement, construction, professional or credentialing fees, licenses or fines or
       penalties. Vehicle lease is permissible when pre-approval is received from ODADAS
       prior to signing the lease agreement.

  6.   Food purchases are permissible for program participants if the purchase is justified in
       relation to the program plan and outcomes in the applicant’s budget narrative.

  7.   The purpose of these funds is to provide financial assistance to programs for the delivery
       of alcohol and other drug services/activities. Any use of funds for equipment, furniture or
       computer software must be justified in terms of the relationship of the equipment,
       furniture or computer software to the program or activity. Justification to purchase
       equipment, furniture, computer software must be submitted to ODADAS for prior
       approval and include consideration of how the equipment, furniture or computer software
       will be used, why the purchase is necessary, what alternatives were considered, how the
       cost was determined and why the program considers the cost reasonable. Funds cannot
       be expended for equipment, furniture or computer software until approved by the
       Department.

  8.   Equipment, furniture or computer software purchased under a grant are the property of
       ODADAS. A list of equipment, furniture and computer software, including serial
       numbers must be submitted to the Department’s Grants Administration Unit and the local
       Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board or Alcohol and
       Drug Addiction Services (ADAS) Board. In the event the funds are terminated, the local
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     ADAMHS/ADAS Board will inventory the purchased equipment, furniture or computer
     software and present a plan for its disposition to ODADAS. If the equipment, furniture or
     computer software has been purchased and used by a direct funded agency, the agency
     must submit a plan directly to ODADAS for disposition.

9.   The board of the implementing agency of this grant will consist of individuals
     representative of the population(s) to be served.

10. Clinical services will be managed/supervised in accordance with the requirements as set
    forth in the Ohio Administrative Code section 3793:2-1-05(K) of the treatment
    certification standards.

11. Within any publication or public announcement each local recipient must identify the
    “Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services” as a funder of the program.
    Materials may not be copyrighted.

12. Travel, meals and lodging rates can not exceed the state of Ohio rates as set forth by
    the Ohio Office of Budget and Management in the Ohio Administrative Rule 126-1-02.
    For State Fiscal Year 2010, personal automobile mileage is 45 cents per mile, full-day
    meal per diem is $31 and can only be reimbursed when overnight lodging is required,
    lodging is $80.00 plus taxes per night or if lodging is at the conference site or a hotel
    identified in the conference registration materials as one of the conference hotels it may
    be reimbursed at actual cost, provided such costs are reasonable as determined by the
    head of a state agency or his/her designee. If rates change, ODADAS will provide
    notification to the Board and Agency.

13. The program agrees to comply in a timely manner with ODADAS administrative
    reporting requirements, for example, but not limited to: Behavioral Health Module, 837
    Claims, progress reports, data collection, measurements, surveys or evaluation as
    requested by ODADAS. Failure to comply with these requirements will make the agency
    subject to OAC 3793:6-1-01, “Program Non-Compliance.”

14. The funded program will request the ADAMHS/ADAS Board to enroll clients into Multi-
    Agency Community Services Information System (MACSIS), and program agrees to
    submit via the Behavioral Health Module admission and discharge records to the
    ADAMHS/ADAS Board on those clients within 60 days of the date of admission or
    discharge, respectively. ADAMHS/ADAS Boards will create an acceptable pseudo-
    unique client identifier for non-client specific services and programs will bill/report
    contracted non-client specific services through MACSIS. This assurance is applicable to
    Treatment Providers certified by ODADAS.

15. The Implementing Agency is responsible for informing ODADAS when there is a change
    to the agency’s contact information provided on the SFY 2010 ODADAS Treatment and
    Recovery Face Sheet. Future official communications from ODADAS may occur
    exclusively using email; therefore, it is imperative for the agency to ensure this
    information is accurate.

16. Programmatic and fiscal requirements issued with the ODADAS Notice of Award to be
    submitted to the Department must be accompanied by a face sheet signed by the
    Implementing Agency Executive Director and Implementing Agency Board Member.

17. The Implementing Agency agrees to have an annual audit performed by an independent
    certified public accountant and Implementing Agency shall furnish such audit to the
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      Board within 30 days after the receipt of the auditor’s report. A separate audit for this
      grant is not necessary if the audit includes accountability and contract compliance as
      they relate to this grant. The Implementing Agency agrees that it will be subject to
      additional sub-recipient monitoring by ODADAS.

  18. Failure to comply with the terms specified in this application will be regarded as basis for
      termination by the grantor upon a 30 day written notice.

  19. Programs and services should be culturally and linguistically appropriate for the
      population served.


By signing below, we are certifying that we have read these Conditions and Assurances
and agree to comply with the terms herein.



____________________________________________________________________________
Implementing Agency Executive Director                     (date)




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1. CERTIFICATION REGARDING DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSION

The undersigned (authorized official signing for the applicant organization) certifies to the best of his or her
knowledge and belief, that the applicant, defined as the primary participant in accordance with 45 CFR Part 76, and
its principals:

(a) are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from
covered transactions by any Federal Department or agency; (b) have not within a 3-year period preceding this
proposal been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal
offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (Federal, State, or local) transaction
or                           contract                       under                        a                         public
transaction; violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery,
falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, or receiving stolen property;
(c) are not presently indicted or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity (Federal, State, or
local) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph (b) of this certification; and
(d) have not within a 3-year period preceding this application/proposal had one or more public transactions (Federal,
State, or local) terminated for cause or default. Should the applicant not be able to provide this certification, an
explanation as to why should be placed after this page in the application package. The applicant agrees by submitting
this proposal that it will include, without modification, the clause titled "Certification Regarding Debarment and
Suspension”, in all lower tier covered transactions (i.e., transactions with sub-grantees and/or contractors) and in all
solicitations for lower tier covered transactions in accordance with 45 CFR Part 76.

2. CERTIFICATION REGARDING ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE

Public Law 103-227, also known as the Pro-Children Act of 1994 (Act), requires that smoking not be permitted in any
portion of any indoor facility owned or leased or contracted for by an entity and used routinely or regularly for the
provision of health, daycare, early childhood development services, education or library services to children under the
age of 18, if the services are funded by Federal programs either directly or through State or local governments, by
Federal grant, contract, loan, or loan guarantee. The law also applies to children's services that are provided in indoor
facilities that are constructed, operated, or maintained with such Federal funds. The law does not apply to children's
services provided in private residence, portions of facilities used for inpatient drug or alcohol treatment, service
providers whose sole source of applicable Federal funds is Medicare or Medicaid, or facilities where WIC coupons
are redeemed.

Failure to comply with the provisions of the law may result in the imposition of a civil monetary penalty of up to $1,000
for each violation and/or the imposition of an administrative compliance order on the responsible entity. By signing
the certification, the undersigned certifies that the applicant organization will comply with the requirements of the Act
and will not allow smoking within any portion of any indoor facility used for the provision of services for children as
defined by the Act.

The applicant organization agrees that it will require that the language of this certification be included in any sub-
awards which contain provisions for children's services and that all sub-recipients shall certify accordingly.




SIGNATURE OF AGENCY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR                                               TITLE


APPLICANT ORGANIZATION                                                                             DATE




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                              Recovery Act Assurances
     Recovery Act Reporting Requirements; Section 1512(c) of the Recovery Act

1.      Timely and Accurate Reporting

The grantee (contractor) shall comply with all reporting requirements outlined in Section 1512 of ARRA
including the following:

Quarterly report detailing:

    The amount of ARRA funds received
    The amount of ARRA funds expended or obligated
    Detailed list of all projects or activities for which the ARRA funds were expended
     The number of the jobs created and the number of jobs retained by the project, using the prescribed
     formula (please see 1512 Report Instructions)


    Detailed information concerning subcontracts or sub-grants (please see 1512 Report Definitions)

In addition, the grantee shall provide the grantee’s unique nine-digit number issued         by Dunn and
Bradstreet (DUNS number).

The grantee shall report and provide to ODADAS the “OBM, Ohio Sub-Grantee and Sub-Recipient
Spending Report in compliance with ARRA Sec. 1512”. The grantee agrees to submit all 1512 c reports
to ODADAS by no later than four (4) calendar days after the end of each quarter (Please see Report
Schedule).

2.      Job Posting

All Jobs created with ARRA funds are required to be posted to the Ohio Means Jobs Website:
https://ohiomeansjobs.com/omj/ These jobs must also be posted at the nearest county department of job
and family services One-Stop center.

Employers are responsible for reporting and posting every job created and for reporting positions
retained. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget defines jobs or positions created as “those
positions created and filled, or previously existing unfilled positions that are retained as a result of
Recovery Act funding.” A job cannot be reported as both created and retained. It is not necessary to post
an unfilled position if a laid-off worker is being recalled to re-fill that position.

3.      Recovery Act – Access to Records, Project Sites and Interviews

A.      Comptroller General of the United States Authority to Inspect

Pursuant to Section 902 of ARRA, the Comptroller General of the United States and his representatives
has the authority to:

1.      Examine any records of the contractor (vendor, bidder) or any of the subcontractors, or any State
        or local agency administering such contract, that directly pertain to, and involve transactions
        relating to, the contract or subcontract; and
2.      Interview any officer or employee of the contractor or any of the subcontractors, or of any State or
        local government administering the contract, regarding such transactions; and
3.      Designate a time and place to examine those records and interview those officers and employees
        described above.

B.      Inspector General Authority to Inspect
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Pursuant to Section 1515(a) of the ARRA, an Inspector General or any representative of an Inspector
General has the authority to:

1.      Examine any records of the contractor (vendor, bidder) or any of the subcontractors, or any State
        or local agency administering such contract, that directly pertain to, and involve transactions
        relating to, the contract or subcontract; and
2.      Interview any officer or employee of the contractor or any of the subcontractors, or of any State or
        local government administering the contract, regarding such transactions; and
3.      Designate a time and place to examine those records and interview those officers and employees
        described above.

The recipient further understands and agrees that DOJ (including OJP) and the Government
Accountability Office (GAO), shall have access to and the right to examine all records (including, but not
limited to, books, papers, and documents) related to this Recovery Act award, including such records of
any sub recipient, contractor, or subcontractor.

The recipient also understands and agrees that DOJ and the GAO are authorized to interview any officer
or employee of the recipient (or of any sub recipient, contractor or subcontractor) regarding transactions
related to this Recovery Act award.

4.      Equal Employment Opportunities

In addition to the State’s equal employment opportunity requirements set forth in the contract, by the
signature affixed to this bid, the contractor and any subcontractor agrees that they comply with all of the
following federal laws for employment, discrimination, etc. The State may consider the failure to comply
with any of the below listed laws, rules, and executive orders as a breach of contract and may result in
termination of the contract.

Federal Laws:

       Title VI & Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964
       Equal Pay Act of 1962
       Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
       Title IX of Educational Amendments of 1972
       Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
       Age Discrimination Act of 1975
       Title I & Title V of Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
       Fair Housing Act
       Fair Credit Act
       Equal Educational Opportunities Act
       Uniform Relocation Act

Ohio Laws and Provisions:

       Ohio Revised Code 122.71, 125.111, 153.59, 4112.01, 4112.02
       Governor’s Executive Order 2007-10S

5.      Prevailing Wage

The Act requires that all contractors and subcontractors pay not less than the prevailing wage under the
Davis-Bacon Act to all laborers and mechanics on projects funded by or assisted in whole or in part by
ARRA funds. The agency must communicate this requirement to contractors and subcontractors and
issue the appropriate federal wage rates to them. Once this is completed, Ohio’s prevailing wage rates
do not apply and the agency is exempt pursuant to ORC 4115.03 to 4115.06.
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6.      Protections for Individual Reporting Compliance Issues

A.       Pursuant to Section 1553 of ARRA, the Contractor and all subcontractors are prohibited from
discharging, demoting, or otherwise discriminating against any contractor or subcontractor employee as a
reprisal for disclosing the following information that the employee reasonably believes id evidence of:

1.      Gross mismanagement of the contract relating to funds for the project:
2.      Gross waste of ARRA funds;
3.      Substantial and specific danger to public health or safety related to the implementation of or use
        of ARRA funds; or
4.      An abuse of authority related to the implementation of or use of ARRA funds; or
5.      A violation of the law, rule or regulation of the contract (including the competition for or
        negotiation of the contract) relating to ARRA funds.

B.      The Inspector General shall investigate all complaints alleging a violation of the terms in part A of
        this sections;
C.      All employers receiving ARRA funds shall post notice of employee rights as described above in
        conspicuous locations with other required employee rights information.

7.      Separate Tracking and Reporting of Recovery Act Funds and Outcomes

The recipient agrees to track, account for, and report on all funds from this Recovery Act award (including
specific outcomes and benefits attributable to Recovery Act funds) separately from all other funds,
including DOJ award funds from non-Recovery Act awards awarded for the same or similar programs.
(Recovery Act funds can be used in conjunction with other funding as necessary to complete projects, but
tracking and reporting of Recovery Act funds must be separate. The recipient must ensure that ARRA
awarded dollars will not be co-mingled with other funds.

The recipient further agrees that all personnel whose activities are to be charged to the award will
maintain timesheets to document hours worked for activities related to this award and non-award related
activities.

8.      Central Contractor Registration Maintenance

The recipient agrees to maintain current registration in the Central contract Registration (www.ccr.gov) at
all times during which they have active awards funded with Recovery Act funds. A dun and Bradstreet
Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number (www.dnb.com) is one of the requirements for registration
in the Central Contractor Registration.

9.      Reporting Potential Fraud, Waste, and Abuse, and Similar Misconduct

The recipient must promptly refer to the DOJ OIG any credible evidence that a principal, employee,
agent, contractor, sub-grantee, subcontractor, or other person has either 1). Submitted a false claim for
Recovery Act funds under the False Claims Act; or 2). Committed a criminal or civil violation of laws
pertaining to fraud, conflict of interest, bribery, gratuity, or similar misconduct involving Recovery Act
funds. Potential fraud, waste, abuse, or misconduct should be reported to the OIG by –

Mail:
Office of the Inspector General
U.S. Department of Justice
Investigations Division
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Room 4706
Washington, DC 20530

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e-mail: oig.hotline@osdoj.gov

hotline: (800) 869-4499
or hotline fax: (202) 616-9881

10.     Non-supplanting of State and Local Funds

Grantees must use federal funds to supplement existing State and local funds for program activities and
must not replace (supplant) State or local funds that have been appropriated or allocated for the same
purpose. Potential supplanting will be the subject of monitoring and audit. Violations may result in a
range of penalties, including suspension of current and future funds under this program, suspension or
disbarment from federal grants, recoupment of monies provided under a grant, and civil and/or criminal
penalties.   For additional guidance regarding supplanting, refer to the information provided at
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/recovery/supplantingguidance.htm

11.     Funding to Faith-Based Organizations

In 2002, Executive Order 13270 was issued and in 2004, the Department of Justice (DOJ) issued the
regulation, Equal Treatment for Faith-Based Organizations, 28 C.F.R. Part 38. In general, the Executive
Order and regulation require funding organizations to treat faith-based organizations (FBOs) the same as
any other applicant or recipient of DOJ funding, neither favoring nor discriminating against FBOs in
making and administering grant awards, and require FBOs be allowed to retain their independence,
autonomy, expression, and religious character when competing for DOJ financial assistance used to
support social service programs and participating in the social service programs supported with DOJ
financial assistance.

The Executive Order and regulation also prohibit recipient FBOs from using Justice Department funding
to engage in inherently religious activities, such as proselytizing, scripture study, or worship. Funded
FBOs may, of course, engage in inherently religious activities; however, these activities must be separate
in time or location from the federally assisted program. Moreover, funded FBOs must not compel
program beneficiaries to participate in religious activities. Funded faith-based organizations must also not
discriminate on the basis of religion in the delivery of services or benefits.

Some program statutes, including the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, the Victims
of Crime Act, and the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, contain express
nondiscrimination provisions that prohibit all recipients of funding under these statutes from discriminating
on the basis of religion in employment. Despite these nondiscrimination provisions, the Justice
Department has concluded that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) is reasonably construed,
on a case-by-case basis, to require that its funding agencies permit FBOs applying for funding under the
applicable program statutes both to receive DOJ funds and to continue considering religion when hiring
staff, even if the statute that authorizes the funding program generally forbids considering of religion in
employment decisions by grantees.

If the statute that authorizes a DOJ funding program generally forbids consideration of religion in
employment when hiring staff if it meets the following criteria:

1.      The FBO demonstrates that its program for which it seeks federal funding is an exercise of
        religion;
2.      The FBO demonstrates that requiring it to either forgo its religious preference in hiring or forgo
        the federal funding would substantially burden its exercise of religion; and
3.      The funding entity is unable to demonstrate that applying the nondiscrimination provision to this
        FBO would both further a compelling government interest and be the least restrictive means of
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The OJP and state administering agencies will grant exemptions to the prohibition against hiring
discrimination on the basis of religion in the program statutes on a case-by-case basis to the FBOs that
certify to the following, unless there is a good reason to question its truthfulness:

1.      The FBO will offer all federally-funded services to all qualified beneficiaries without regard for the
        religious or non-religious beliefs of those individuals; and
2.      Any activities of the FBO that contain inherently religious content will be kept separate in time and
        location from any services supported by direct federal funding, and if provided under such
        conditions, will be offered only on a voluntary basis; and
3.      The FBO is a religious organization that sincerely believes that providing the services in question
        is an expression of its religious beliefs; that employing individuals of particular religious belief is
        important to its religious exercise; and that having to abandon its religious hiring practice to
        receive federal funding would substantially burden its religious exercise.

12.     Confidentiality and Human Subjects Protection

U.S. Department of Justice regulations (28 CFR Part 22) require recipients of OJP funding to submit a
Privacy Certificate as a condition of approval of any grant application or contract proposal that contains a
research or statistical component under which “information identifiable to a private person” will be
collected, analyzed, used or discussed. The funding recipient’s Privacy Certificate includes a description
of its policies and procedures to be followed to protect the confidentiality of identifiable data. 28 CFR
section 22.23. The Department’s regulations provide, among other matters, that “Research or statistical
information identifiable to a private person may be used only for research or statistical purposes.” 28 CFR
22.21. Moreover, any private person from whom information identifiable to a private person is collected
or obtained (either orally or by means of written questionnaire or other document) must be advised that
the information will only be used or disclosed for research or statistical purposes and that compliance with
the request for information is voluntary and may be terminated at any time. 28 CFR section 22.27.

In addition, the Department of Justice has regulation with respect to the protection of human research
subjects. See 28 CFR Part 46. In brief, 28 CFR Part 45 requires that research involving human subjects
that is conducted or supported by a Federal department or agency be reviewed and approved by an
Institutional Review Board (IRB), in accordance with the regulations, before Federal funds are expended
for that research. As a rule, persons who participate in Federally-funded research must provide their
“informed consent” and must be permitted to terminate their participation at any time. Funding recipients,
before they will be allowed to spend OJP funds on any research activity involving human subjects, must
submit appropriate documentation to OJP showing compliance with 28 CFR Part 46 requirements, as
requested by OJP.

General information regarding Date Confidentiality and Protection of Human Research Subjects (and
Model Privacy Certificates and other forms) can be found on the following websites:
www.usdoj.gov/nij/funding/humansubjects/index.html ; www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/bjsmpc.pdf ;
www.ojp.usodj.gov/bjs/funding.htm

13.     Anti-Lobbying Act

The Anti-Lobbying Act (18 U.S.C. 1913) recently was amended to expand significantly the restriction on
use of appropriated funding for lobbying. This expansion also makes the anti-lobbying restrictions
enforceable via large civil penalties, with fines between $10,000 and $100,000 per each individual
occurrence of lobbying activity. These restrictions are in addition to the anti-lobbying and lobbying
disclosure restrictions imposed by 31 U.S.C. 1352.

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is currently in the process of amending OMB cost circulars
and the common rule (codified at 28 C.F.R. Part 69 for U.S. Department of Justice Grantees) to reflect
these modifications. However, in the interest of full disclosure, no federally appropriated funding made
available under this grant program may be used, either directly or indirectly, to support the enactment,

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repeal, modification or adoption of any law, regulation, policy, at any level of government, without the
express approval by OJP. Any violation of this prohibition is subject to a minimum $10,000 fine for each
occurrence. This prohibition applies to all activity, even if currently allowed within the parameters of the
existing OMB circulars.

14.     Financial and Government Audit Requirements

Federal grants are governed by the provisions of the OMB circulars available to financial assistance and
OJP’s Financial Guide, which is available from the OJP Web site (www.ojp.usdoj.gov.oc). The Financial
Guide includes information on allowable costs, methods of payment, audit requirements, accounting
systems, and financial records.

Audits of state and local units of government, institutions of higher education, and other nonprofit
institutions must comply with the organizational requirements of OMB circular A-133, which states that
recipients who expend $500,000 or more in federal funds during the fiscal year are required to submit a
single organization wide financial and compliance audit report to the Federal Audit Clearinghouse within 9
months after the close of each fiscal year during the term of the award.

15.     Rights in Intellectual Property

In connection with OJP awards, the U.S. Department of Justice Reserves certain rights with respect to
data, patentable inventions, works subject to copyright, and other intellectual property associated with an
award of Federal funds. See, e.g. , 28 C.F.R. 66.34, 70.36, and 37 C.F.R. Part 401.

16.     Limit on Funds

None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available in this Act may be used by any State or local
government, or any private entity, for any casino or other gambling establishment, aquarium, zoo, golf
course, or swimming pool.

17.     Criminal penalty for False Statements

False statements or claims made in connection with OJP grants may result in fines, imprisonment, and
disbarment from participating in federal grants or contracts, and/or other remedies available by law.

18.     Compliance with Office of Justice Programs Financial Guide

Grantees must comply with the financial and administrative requirements set forth in the current edition of
the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Financial Guide.

19.     Suspension or Termination of Funding

OJP may suspend funding in whole or in part, terminate funding, or impose other sanctions on a recipient
for the following reasons:

        Failing to comply substantially with the requirements or statutory objectives of the appropriate
        Act, program guidelines issued there under, or other provisions of federal law.


        Failing to make satisfactory progress toward the goals, objectives or strategies set forth in the
        application.


        Failing to adhere to the requirements in the agreement, standard conditions, or special
        conditions.


        Proposing or implementing substantial plan changes to the extent that, if originally submitted, the
        application would not have been selected for funding.


       Failing to submit reports.
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       Filing a false certification in this application or other report or document.

20.     Non-profit organizations

In all OJP funded programs for which nonprofit organizations are eligible recipients or subrecipients, with
the exception of those funded under the authority of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act,
it is Department of Justice policy that an organization can demonstrate it non-profit status in any one of
four methods:

1.      Submission of proof of 501( C ) (3) status from the Internal Revenue Service
2.      Submission of a statement from the State taxing authority or State Secretary of State, or other
        similar official certifying that the organization is a nonprofit operating within the State, and that no
        part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual;
3.      Submission of a certified copy of the applicant’s certificate of incorporation or similar document;
        or
4.      Submission of any item above, if that item applies to a State or national parent organization,
        together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit
        affiliate.

All nonprofit subrecipients of formula funds provided under the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
Prevention Act must have 501 ( C ) (3) status recognized by the Internal Revenue Service.

21.     Government Performance and Accountability Act (GPRA)

Awardees must collect data (on a quarterly, semi-annually, or annual basis, as requested) appropriate for
facilitating compliance with reporting requirements established by Public Law 103-62, the Government
Performance and Results Act. The funding recipient must ensure that valid and auditable source
documentation is available to support all data collected for each performance measure specified in the
program.

22.     Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) of 2006

Applicants that receive an award from the OJP should be aware of the requirements of the Federal
Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) of 2006, which calls for the establishment of a of a
single searchable website that is accessible by the public and includes the following information for each
Federal award:

(1) The name of the entity receiving the award;

(2) The amount of the award;

(3) Information on the award including the transaction type, funding agency, the North American Industry
Classification System code or Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance number (where applicable),
program source, and an award title descriptive of the purpose of each funding action;

(4) The location of the entity receiving the award and primary location of performance under the award,
including the city, state, congressional district, and country;

(5) A unique identifier of the entity receiving award and of the parent entity of the recipient, should the
entity be owned by another entity; and,

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Subgrantee award data must be available beginning in January 2009. OJP will be responsible for
collecting grantee information and providing it to the public website, using data provided by grantees
through grants.gov and the Grants Management System. Additional information regarding these
requirements will be provided when available. For updates, please visit the FFATA website at
www.fedspending.gov

This Assurance is binding on the Applicants, its successors, transferees, and assignees, and the person
or persons whose signatures appear below are authorized to sign this Assurance on behalf of the
Applicants.

Applicant’s Name (print or type)______________________________________________

Applicant’s mailing address    ______________________________________________

                               ______________________________________________

 ________________________________________________________                      ___________________
Signature and Title of Authorized Official                                     Date




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               Central Contract Registration Assurance


Confirmation of Central Contract Registration (CCR) has been
submitted with this grant. The undersigned agrees to maintain the
CCR for the lifetime of the grant and will update it annually.



Agency Official___________________________________________

Date____________________________________________________

Agency__________________________________________________


Agency DUNS____________________________________________


Agency DUNS Point of Contact______________________________



Please see www.ccr.gov and www.dnb.com




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  Section 6- ARRA Subrecipient Information Form

  The ARRA Subrecipient form must be completed and submitted with the grant
  application. The form is also available in Excel on the ODADAS website ODADAS
  website at www.odadas.ohio.gov. Select “Services,” “Fiscal”, “Grant Guidance” and
  “SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Restoration Project Guidance for Applicants and
  Documentation.”


ODADAS ARRA Subrecipient Information
For any first-tier subaward funded in whole or in part under the Recovery Act, that is over $25,000 and not subject to
aggregate reporting under Section 4, the recipient shall provide the following detailed information:



1. Subrecipient DUNS Number
Provide the 9 digit Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS)
number or Central Contractor Registration (CCR) plus 4
extended number

2. Grant Number
Provide the grant number assigned by ODADAS

3. Subrecipient Name
Provide the legal name of the subrecipient as registered in the
Central Contractor Registration

4. Subrecipient Location
Physical location as listed in the CCR
 Street Address 1
 Street Address 2
 City
 State
 Zip Code

 Congressional District Number (in the following format)
 2 Character State Abbreviation--Three Character District Number
 This can be found on www.house.gov by searching under zip codes.




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5. Subrecipient Type
Select from one of the following categories

                                                                     ___ Nonprofit with 501c3 IRS Status (Other than Institution
___ State Government
                                                                     of Higher Education)
                                                                     ___ Nonprofit without 501c3 IRS Status (Other than
___ County Government
                                                                     Institution of Higher Education)
___ City or Township Government                                      ___ Private Institution of Higher Education
___ Special District Government                                      ___ Individual
___ Regional Organization                                            ___ For-Profit Organization (Other than Small Business
___ US Territory or Possession                                       ___ Small Business
___ Independent School District                                      ___ Hispanic-serving Institution
___ Public/State Controlled Institutions of Higher Education         ___ Historically Black Colleges and Universities
___ Indian/Native American Tribal Government (Federally
                                                                     ___ Tribally Controlled Colleges and Universities
Recognized)
___ Indian/Native American Tribal Government (Other than Federally
                                                                     ___ Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions
Recognized)
___ Indian/Native American Tribally Designated Organization          ___ Non-domestic (non-US) Entity
___ Public/Indian Housing Authority                                  ___ Other


7. Total Amount of Subrecipient Grant Award
Provide the total amount of the two year grant award as
provided by ODADAS


8. Date the Subrecipient Grant Award was Signed
Enter the Award Date on the NOA in the format mm/dd/yyyy



9. Total Subrecipient ARRA Grant Award Period
Enter the End Date of the two year grant award in the format
mm/dd/yyyy

10. Primary Location of Service
Physical location of primary place of service
 Street Address 1
 Street Address 2
 City
 State
 Zip Code

 Congressional District Number (in the following format)
 2 Character State Abbreviation--Three Character District Number
 This can be found on www.house.gov by searching under zip codes.




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The following should be completed only if:
(1) the subrecipient in its preceding fiscal year received:
 (a) 80 percent or more of its annual gross revenues in Federal Awards; and
  (b) $25,000,000 or more in annual gross revenues from federal awards; and
(2) The public does not have access to information about the compensation of the senior executives of the entity
through periodic reports filed under section 13(a) or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78m(a),
78o(d)) or section 6104 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 [26 USC § 6104].
‘‘Total compensation’’ means the cash and non-cash dollar value earned by the executive during the Subrecipient’s
past fiscal year of the following (for more information see 17 CFR 229.402(c) (2)):
  (i). Salary and bonus.
  (ii). Awards of stock, stock options, and stock appreciation rights. Use the dollar amount recognized for financial
statement reporting purposes with respect to the fiscal year in accordance with FAS 123R.
  (iii). Earnings for services under non-equity incentive plans. Does not include group life, health, hospitalization or
medical reimbursement plans that do not discriminate in favor of executives, and are available generally to all salaried
employees.
  (iv). Change in pension value. This is the change in present value of defined benefit and actuarial pension plans.
  (v). Above-market earnings on deferred compensation which are not tax qualified.
  (vi). Other compensation. For example, severance, termination payments, value of life insurance paid on behalf of
the employee, perquisites or property if the value for the executive exceeds $10,000.


Officer 1 Name
Officer 1 Compensation

Officer 2 Name
Officer 2 Compensation

Officer 3 Name
Officer 3 Compensation

Officer 4 Name
Officer 4 Compensation

Officer 5 Name
Officer 5 Compensation




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             SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Funding Restoration Request

Section 7 – Enclosures

The following are Section 8 enclosure forms. These forms do not need to be returned
with the grant application:

        Application Checklist




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            SFY 2010 Recovery Act Drug Court Funding Restoration Request

                           APPLICATION CHECK LIST

Include the following application components in the same order. The checklist
has been provided for your convenience to assist in ensuring all of the
components are completed and in order. It is not necessary to attach the
checklist with the submitted application.


 Section 1. ODADAS Recovery Act Grant Face Sheet
 Section 2. Proposed Program Budget(s)
 Section 3. Budget Narrative(s)
 Section 4. Assurances
        ODADAS Treatment and Recovery Conditions and Assurances for SFY 2010
        Debarment and Suspension Certification
        Environmental Tobacco Smoke Certification
        Recovery Act Assurance
        Central Contract Registration Assurance
 Section 5. ARRA Subrecipient Information Form




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