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					                HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ........................................................................4010
                                                      STACEY CRYER, Director

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY’S BUDGET UNITS
     Community Health Services ............................................................................... 4010
     Environmental Health ............................................................................................ 4011
     Alcohol & Other Drug Programs (AODP) ............................................................ 4012
     Public Health Nursing............................................................................................ 4013
     Emergency Medical Services................................................................................. 4016
     Mental Health Branch ......................................................................................... 4050
     Mental Health Services Act ................................................................................... 4051
     Hospital and Medical Services............................................................................... 4070
     California Children’s Services............................................................................... 4080
     PROGRAM
     Food Certification Program ................................................................................... 4011/0412-Program
     GRANTS
     California Collaborative for Chronic Disease Prevention...................................... 4010-Grant
     The California Endowment.................................................................................... 4010/0406-Grant
     Gang Resistance Is Paramount (GRIP).................................................................. 4010/0417-Grant
     Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA).............................................. 4010/0442-Grant
     Tobacco Education Services.................................................................................. 4010/0453-Grant
     CDC Public Health Emergency Preparedness ....................................................... 4010/0478-Grant
     Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank.................................................................. 4011-Grant
     Ocean Water Quality Monitoring .......................................................................... 4011-Grant
     Waste Tire Program............................................................................................... 4011-Grant
     Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) ........................................................................ 4011/0452-Grant
     Comprehensive Drug Court Implementation Program .......................................... 4012-Grant
     Drug Court Partnership Program ........................................................................... 4012-Grant
     Friday Night Live-Mentoring ................................................................................ 4012-Grant
     Offender Treatment Recovery Act Program.......................................................... 4012-Grant
     Willits And Fort Bragg Education for Resiliency (WAFER) ................................ 4012-Grant
     Rural Murals Project.............................................................................................. 4012/0490-Grant
     Sober Truth Project (STOP ACT).......................................................................... 4012/0491-Grant
     AT HOME ............................................................................................................. 4012/0494-Grant
     Adolescent Family Life Program........................................................................... 4013-Grant
     Maternal Child Health Program............................................................................. 4013-Grant
     Women, Infants & Children’s Program (WIC)...................................................... 4013-Grant
     Family Planning/HIV Services .............................................................................. 4013/0488-Grant
     Child Health and Disability Prevention ................................................................. 4080-Grant
     Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.................................................... 4080-Grant

PROGRAM DISCUSSION

Programs: Community Health Services Administration                          Public Trust: Provide consistent and accurate education
Division is in partnership with the community to promote                    to the public on issues relevant to the health of the
and safeguard the health and wellness of the people of                      community through direct interaction and use of the
Mendocino County. The Administration Division is                            media. Provide oversight to internal and external partners
responsible for the oversight of all Community Health                       through use of consistent communication and audit tools
Services programs through policy development, leadership,                   that assure that funds are distributed fairly and utilized in
fiscal management and technical assistance. In addition to                  a prudent and conservative manner.
oversight, the Administration Division provides vital                       Practices: Promote community collaboration throughout
statistics; data collection and reporting; chronic disease,                 the Community Health Services Branch by reaching out
tobacco and injury prevention; medical marijuana                            to community partners to stretch available funding to its
identification cards; and disaster preparedness.                            maximum potential. Provide education to community on




County of Mendocino                                                   D-1                                          2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ........................................................................4010
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director


health issues that are relevant to factors within the            People: Continue to focus on transparency to ensure staff
community by keeping abreast of local and national trends        confidence and trust. Participate in agency-wide training
in regard to the health and well-being of our residents.         curriculum for all staff and supervisors.
People: Support and develop capable managers and staff
through educational opportunities. Strive to empower and         CURRENT STAFFING
inspire staff through shared vision and goals.
                                                                 To view staffing levels for this budget unit, see the
MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10                             Position Allocation Table located in this document
Programs: Established new Prevention and Planning Unit           under the tab L. Position Allocation Table.
(PAPU), whose purpose is to provide Community Chronic
Disease Prevention (including alcohol, tobacco and other         PROGRAM CHART
drug [ATOD] prevention) and promote health equity
among Mendocino County population. The unit is also
responsible for the Community Health Status Report and
other community health data functions. PAPU received re-
authorized grants and new grants, including a chronic
disease self-management grant from the State.
Public Trust: Organized response to Mendocino County
H1N1 outbreak in partnership with other programs within
Health and Human Services Agency and multiple
community partners. The website was enhanced to make
program information more available to the public.
Practices: Prevention and Planning Unit (PAPU) has
adopted Health Equity as an important organizing
principle. This step comports with the latest national and
statewide thinking about effective public health strategies.
A revised ordinance was implemented for Tobacco
Retailers.
People: Worked with multiple community health
committees and partners, community health cabinet and
staff as to achieve the mission for a healthier community.
GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y 2010-11
Programs: Prevention and Planning Unit (PAPU) will
continue to attempt to expand services in elementary
schools. PAPU will also complete policy work on local
food systems and joint use agreements that allow safe
recreational opportunities for community members.
Public Trust: Continue to identify funding opportunities
for sustaining Public Health activities and services. Use
resources wisely and efficiently to provide maximum
services to the public. Continue to prepare the county for
public health emergencies.
Practices: The Planning and Prevention Unit (PAPU)will
begin to collect new sets of data related to chronic disease
and Health Equity. PAPU will continue to develop its
capacity to evaluate the health impacts of public policies
(Health Impact Assessments).




County of Mendocino                                        D-2                                  2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ........................................................................4010
                                        STACEY CRYER, Director


SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Salaries & Employee Benefits
         Acct. 1011 Provides funding for 19.92 positions including grants.
Services & Supplies
         Acct. 2170 Includes printing Community Health Status Report.
         Acct. 2239 West Nile Virus (supplies, educational materials).
Revenues
         Acct. 5341 Provides for Public Health Realignment revenue.
         Acct. 7700 Provides for Administrative reimbursements from various grant budgets.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO recommends funding as submitted by the department.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                 D-3                               2010-11 Final Budget
                 HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CALIFORNIA COLLABORATIVE FOR CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION ................. 4010 GRANT
                            STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The California Collaborative for Chronic Disease Prevention (CCCDP) project concentrates on reducing and
controlling risk factors for cardiovascular disease including high blood pressure, diabetes, and tobacco use. This
project also addresses the impact of arthritis, which is a risk factor for heart disease and a condition suffered by a
large proportion of adults who also have diabetes and high blood pressure. Mendocino County CCCDP collaborates
with community partners, worksites and health care providers to train trainers and provide workshops in a Chronic
Disease Self-Management Program known as Healthier Living with a Chronic Condition. This program helps
individuals develop the skills and confidence to manage their chronic conditions. It serves individuals with chronic
conditions such as arthritis, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, and lung disease. Mendocino County
CCCDP is also working to increase referrals of smokers to the California Smokers’ Helpline to help smokers quit
and improve their health.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   October 1, 2009

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   October 1, 2009 – June 30, 2012

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Public Health

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Will terminate June 30, 2012

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes.
    If yes, is there a maximum?                        Indirect budgeted at 15% of Personnel + Operating Expenses

EMPLOYEES                 (full time equivalent)       Grant Funded               General Fund
Senior Program Specialist             .20                     100%                          0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 25,000
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 17,738
       Operating Expenses                                   523
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)                4,000
       Indirect Costs                                     2,739
       TOTAL                                           $ 25,000

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 25,000

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                      D-4                                 2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ........................................................................4010
                                                    STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                             County of Mendocino                                       County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                              State of California                                             Schedule 9
 2010                                                   Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                       Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
     Function: 4 Health & Sanitation                                  Budget Unit:
     Activity: 401 Health and Sanitation - Health                           Fund:      1100 County General

                                           2008-09         2008-09         2009-10      2009-10        2010-11      2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                           Budget          Actuals         Budget       Actuals        Request     Recommend     Adopted
                    (1)                      (2)             (3)             (4)           (5)           (6)          (7)          (8)
                                                                                       as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 823204 Misc Court Fine                       3,100           4,170           4,030         2,839         3,500         3,500        3,500
 825150 Motor Vehicle in Lieu                     0         962,167               0       508,341             0             0            0
 825341 Realignment Hlth Svcs             1,515,679          29,799         843,276        34,476       932,291       932,291      908,148
 825392 Co Health Dept Subv                  14,000               0               0           325             0             0            0
 825398 SB90 Reimb                                0               0               0             0             0             0            0
 825490 State Other                               0               0               0           696             0             0            0
 826263 Health - Vital Stats                 22,000          24,202          23,700        24,893        23,700        23,700       23,700
 826390 Other Charges                        60,000          66,491          78,785        25,984        35,841        35,841      110,624
 827600 Other Sales                               0               0           9,370         2,376           900           900          900
 827700 Other                                49,897          44,139               0            16        74,783        74,783            0
 827707 Donation                                  0               0               0           500             0             0            0
 827801 Grant Revenue                             0               0               0         5,000        25,000        25,000       50,000
   Total Revenues                         1,664,676       1,130,967         959,161       605,446      1,096,015     1,096,015   1,096,872


   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                    907,802        686,151        1,206,726      880,144      1,253,370     1,253,370   1,258,130
 861012 Extra Help                            10,000              0                0            0              0             0           0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                           0          3,789                0          455              0             0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                   118,358         88,934          149,797      113,854        169,885       169,885     168,890
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                         51,607         36,330           71,764       48,126         72,104        72,104      71,691
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                      11,857          9,482           18,966       11,907         16,836        16,836      16,739
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                   48,201         37,737           55,415       41,662         72,880        72,880      72,430
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                   132,369         91,936          189,403      155,416        207,751       207,751     211,581
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                      1,200          1,087            3,369        3,353          7,040         7,040       7,120
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                  22,381         20,867           38,590       38,348         56,457        56,457      45,253
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits      1,303,775        976,314        1,734,030    1,293,265      1,856,323     1,856,323   1,851,834

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                       10,000           9,735           6,962        14,410         9,210         9,210        9,270
 862090 Household Expense                         0               0               0             0             0             0            0
 862101 Insurance - General                  32,922          32,922          24,718        24,871        28,603        28,603       28,589
 862109 Insurance - Other                       585           1,109           1,109         1,357         1,500         1,500        1,500
 862120 Maint - Equip                             0              59               0           350             0             0            0
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Supls                      0               0               0             0             0             0            0
 862150 Memberships                           5,000             540           5,000         5,369         5,000         5,000        5,000




County of Mendocino                                                  D-5                                         2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ........................................................................4010
                                             STACEY CRYER, Director

                                     2008-09       2008-09         2009-10        2009-10         2010-11        2010-11       2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                     Budget        Actuals         Budget         Actuals         Request       Recommend      Adopted
                  (1)                  (2)           (3)             (4)             (5)             (6)           (7)            (8)
                                                                                 as of 6/30/10
 862170 Office Expense                 29,550        13,710          48,800           17,624         43,741         43,741        44,141
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                 0             0               0                 0             0              0             0
 862187 Education & Training            9,000         2,308          13,100             4,062         5,400          5,400         5,400
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other         13,440         4,584          29,071           46,521         34,271         34,271        34,271
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                   0           735               0                 0             0              0             0
 862210 Rent/Lease - Bldg Grnds             0         (159)               0                 0             0              0             0
 862230 Info Tech Equip                 2,895           630               0               184             0              0             0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense             392,386       194,561         410,919          382,910        435,521        435,521       439,271
 862250 Trans/Travel                    6,772         3,362          17,000             4,371        16,000         16,000        17,150
 862253 Travel Out of County            6,500         5,825          18,500             3,591        15,300         15,300        15,300
 862260 Utilities                      40,000        17,043          14,338           12,013         16,350         16,350        16,350
   Total Services & Supplies          549,050       286,966         589,517          517,632        610,896        610,896       616,242

   Other Charges
 863280 Contr Other Agency                     0             0       30,000                 0        16,071         16,071        16,071
   Total Other Charges                         0             0       30,000                 0        16,071         16,071        16,071

   Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                              0             0               0              0               0            0               0
   Total Fixed Assets                          0             0               0              0               0            0               0

   Expend Transfer & Reimb
 865380 Intrafund Transfer           (166,900)     (116,154)     (1,373,137)     (1,192,040)     (1,364,426)    (1,364,426)   (1,364,426)
 865802 Oper Transfer Out                    0             0               0               0               0              0             0
   Total Expend Transfer & Reimb     (166,900)     (116,154)     (1,373,137)     (1,192,040)     (1,364,426)    (1,364,426)   (1,364,426)

   Total Net Appropriations          1,685,925     1,147,126        980,410         618,858       1,118,864      1,118,864     1,119,721


   Total Net County Cost               21,249        16,159          21,249          13,412          22,849         22,849        22,849




County of Mendocino                                          D-6                                            2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
THE CALIFORNIA ENDOWMENT .....................................................4010/0406-GRANT
                                             STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The California Endowment provided Community Health Services (CHS) with a two-year grant to launch a new
Chronic Disease Prevention Program and increase its capacity to collect, analyze and present local health data. The
mission of the Program is to “make the healthy choice the easy choice” by changing environments and conditions
that lead to poor health. The Unit aims to promote community health, prevent chronic diseases and reduce health
disparities. The Unit focuses on the health of entire populations (rather than individual services) and addresses the
upstream determinants of health rather than specific diseases. Determinants of health to be addressed initially
include access to affordable healthy foods and safe spaces for physical activity.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   July 1, 2009

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Private foundation: The California Endowment

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Will terminate June 30, 2011

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
    If yes, is there a maximum?                        Indirect budgeted at 15% (of Personnel + Operating Expenses)

EMPLOYEES                (full time equivalent)        Grant Funded               General Fund
Program Administrator                     .40                 100%                          0%
Program Specialist II                     .40                 100%                          0%
Senior Public Health Analyst              .25                 100%                          0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 114,495
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $  84,761
       Operating Expenses                                  4,530
       Capital Expenditures (Equipment)                    1,000
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)                10,810
       Indirect Costs                                     13,394
       TOTAL                                           $ 114,495

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 114,495

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                        D-7                              2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
THE CALIFORNIA ENDOWMENT .....................................................4010/0406-GRANT
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                   County of Mendocino                                     County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                    State of California                                           Schedule 9
      2010                                     Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                           Recommended Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
      Function: 0                                            Budget Unit:    0406 California Endowment
      Activity: 0                                                  Fund:     4060 California Endowment

                                        2008-09   2008-09      2009-10          2009-10      2010-11      2010-11     2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget    Actuals      Budget           Actuals      Request     Recommend    Adopted
                    (1)                   (2)       (3)          (4)               (5)         (6)           (7)        (8)
                                                                             as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 827801 Grant Revenue                                                             260,470    114,495        114,495    114,495
   Total Revenues                             0          0               0        260,470    114,495        114,495    114,495

   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                                                          79,795     64,704         64,704     64,704
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                                              280          0              0          0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                                                         11,093      7,086          7,086      7,086
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                                               4,768      2,921          2,921      2,921
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                                            1,115        678            678        678
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                                                         4,048      3,168          3,168      3,168
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                                                          7,957      5,825          5,825      5,825
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                                               0        362            362        362
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                                                            0         17             17         15
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits         0          0               0        109,057     84,761         84,761     84,759

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                                                                   1         0              0          0
 862101 Insurance - General                                                              0         0              0          0
 862170 Office Expense                                                               2,835       750            750        750
 862187 Education & Training                                                           122     1,800          1,800      1,800
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                                                       3,174    10,810         10,810     10,810
 862230 Info Tech Equip                                                                613     1,000          1,000      1,000
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                                                           10,625    14,894         14,894     14,894
 862250 Trans/Travel                                                                   326       480            480        480
 862253 Travel Out of County                                                         3,999         0              0          0
   Total Services & Supplies                  0          0               0          21,695    29,734         29,734     29,734

   Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                                                                        0         0             0          0
   Total Fixed Assets                         0          0               0               0         0             0          0

   Total Net Appropriations                   0          0               0        130,752    114,495        114,495    114,493

   Total Fund Balance Contribution            0          0               0       (129,718)         0             0         (2)




County of Mendocino                                          D-8                                       2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
GANG RESISTANCE IS PARAMOUNT (GRIP) .................................4010/0417-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

This budget unit is used to account for the donation funding the Gang Resistance Is Paramount (GRIP) program.
GRIP is an age appropriate classroom curriculum that delivers information about gang culture and the many
negative impacts that occur with gang behavior and activities. The goal is to instill a trusting environment where
students feel secure and safe to engage is discussion with their peers. Local police departments, the County Sheriff’s
Office, and the County District Attorney’s Office have provided the funding for GRIP. GRIP programming is
currently operating within the school districts of Ukiah, Willits, Fort Bragg and Anderson Valley. Expansion to
Covelo and other outlying communities is pending.

INCEPTION DATE                                         September 1, 2008

CURRENT PERIOD                                         July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Community Partnerships / Donations

CONTINUITY                                             Year-to-Year (includes carryover)

RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Not Applicable

EMPLOYEES                   (full time equivalent)     Grant Funded                   General Fund
Not Applicable                                  0               0%                             0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 36,000
Expenditures
       Operating Expenses:                             $ 11,315
       Other Costs: Services and Supplies                24,685
        TOTAL                                          $ 36,000

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 36,000

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED:                                 No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED:                            No




County of Mendocino                                      D-9                                 2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
GANG RESISTANCE IS PARAMOUNT (GRIP) .................................4010/0417-GRANT
                                             STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                        County of Mendocino                                    County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                         State of California                                          Schedule 9
 2010                                              Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                  Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
      Function: 0                                                  Budget Unit:   0417 Gang Resistance
      Activity: 0                                                        Fund:    4170 Gang Resistance

                                        2008-09      2008-09        2009-10          2009-10        2010-11    2010-11     2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget       Actuals        Budget           Actuals        Request   Recommend    Adopted
                     (1)                  (2)          (3)            (4)               (5)           (6)         (7)        (8)
                                                                                  as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 823310 Asset Forfeiture                                                                  37,000     10,000       10,000    10,000
 827700 Other                                          11,650                             16,000     26,000       26,000    26,000
 827801 Grant Revenue                                                                        128          0            0         0
   Total Revenues                             0        11,650                 0           53,128     36,000       36,000    36,000

   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                                                                (19,591)         0           0         0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                                                                (2,816)         0           0         0
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                                                     (1,183)         0           0         0
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                                                    (277)         0           0         0
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                                                               (1,196)         0           0         0
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                                                                (1,509)         0           0         0
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                                                       0         0           0         0
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                                                                    0         0           0         0
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits         0              0                0          (26,573)         0           0         0

   Services & Supplies
 862170 Office Expense                                                                       455          0            0         0
 862187 Education & Training                                                               7,261          0            0         0
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                                                            20,161     20,000       20,000    20,000
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                                  10                                966     16,000       16,000    16,000
 862250 Trans/Travel                                                                          58          0            0         0
   Total Services & Supplies                  0            10                 0           28,901     36,000       36,000    36,000

   Total Net Appropriations                   0            10                 0            2,328     36,000       36,000    36,000

   Total Fund Balance Contribution            0       (11,641)                0          (50,799)         0           0          0




County of Mendocino                                              D-10                                     2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
HEALTH RESOURCES SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (HRSA)........4010/0442-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

This grant is used to fund the County’s collaborative efforts with hospitals and clinics to enhance preparedness for
all-hazard disasters. Primary activities include: ensuring that partners understand the role of Public Health during a
declared disaster; mobilizing assistance and support from local health partners; drilling and exercising disaster plans.
Primary activities are plan, train, drill, and coordinate disaster preparedness activities/plans with hospital and clinic
staff and community partners.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   September 2003

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Public Health

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Ongoing, however 2010-11 allocation will be communicated
                                                       in November 2010

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
         If yes, is there a maximum?                   15% of a portion of total grant
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES               (full time equivalent)         Grant Funded               General Fund
Program Administrator                     .1                  100%                          0%
Senior Program Specialist                 .3                  100%                          0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 210,000
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $  37,792
       Operating Expenses:                                90,818
       Other Costs: (Services and Supplies)               54,000
       Indirect Costs:                                    27,390
       TOTAL                                           $ 210,000

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 210,000

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                        D-11                                2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
HEALTH RESOURCES SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (HRSA)........4010/0442-GRANT
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                    County of Mendocino                                         County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                     State of California                                               Schedule 9
 2010                                          Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                              Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
      Function: 0                                               Budget Unit:   0442 Health Resources Services Administration
      Activity: 0                                                     Fund:    4420 Health Resources Services Administration


                                        2008-09       2008-09       2009-10      2009-10        2010-11      2010-11           2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget        Actuals       Budget        Actuals       Request     Recommend          Adopted
                    (1)                   (2)           (3)           (4)           (5)           (6)           (7)              (8)
                                                                               as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 827801 Grant Revenue                                  177,179                       224,656     241,500        241,500         241,500
 827820 Grant Interest                                   (932)                            16           0              0               0
   Total Revenues                                 0    176,247            0          224,672     241,500        241,500         241,500


   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                               63,950                        45,873      26,586          26,586         49,103
 861012 Extra Help                                           0                             0           0               0              0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                   114                             0           0               0              0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                               9,581                         6,833       3,787           3,787          6,926
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                    3,766                         2,678       1,578           1,578          2,869
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                   881                           626         370             370            671
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                              4,066                         2,494       1,690           1,690          3,090
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                               4,806                         5,077       3,401           3,401          8,554
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                   57                            89         196             196            275
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                               535                           702         184             184            916
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0     87,756            0           64,372      37,792          37,792         72,404

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                                  11,241                           154         150            150             150
 862101 Insurance - General                                  0                             0           0              0               0
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Suppl                                 0                             0      63,108         63,108           1,096
 862150 Memberships                                          0                             0           0              0               0
 862170 Office Expense                                   4,993                        21,427       1,000          1,000           1,000
 862187 Education & Training                            32,332                        31,602           0              0               0
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                           8,024                        50,635      53,200         53,200          53,200
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                                    0                             0           0              0               0
 862230 Info Tech Equip                                      0                             0           0              0               0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                                5,880                        37,725      31,500         31,500          31,500
 862250 Trans/Travel                                       161                           117           0              0             300
 862253 Travel Out of County                             1,296                           246         500            500           1,000
 862260 Utilities                                           62                           198         250            250             250
   Total Services & Supplies                      0     63,989            0          142,104     149,708        149,708          88,496

   Other Charges
 863280 Contr Other Agency                                      0                          0      54,000          54,000         62,600
   Total Other Charges                            0             0         0                0      54,000          54,000         62,600

   Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                                               0                      8,466           0               0         18,000
   Total Fixed Assets                             0             0         0            8,466           0               0         18,000

   Total Net Appropriations                       0    151,744            0          214,942     241,500        241,500         241,500

   Total Fund Balance Contribution                0    (24,502)           0          (9,731)           0               0             0




County of Mendocino                                          D-12                                          2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
TOBACCO EDUCATION SERVICES...................................................4010/0453-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

This grant is used to support smoke-free public policy, to ensure compliance with state and local tobacco laws and
ordinances and to provide educational services regarding tobacco and secondhand smoke. Primary activities in
current grant period are to provide technical assistance for smoke-free multi-unit housing policy development and
implementation, to promote retailer tobacco licensing ordinances in Fort Bragg and Point Arena, and to provide
technical assistance for smoke-free foster care and child care homes policy development and implementation.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   January 1, 1990

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2013

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Public Health
                                                       California Tobacco Control Program

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Three-year grant funding cycle, ongoing

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
         If yes, is there a maximum?                   Yes, up to 11% of personnel costs
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                 (full time equivalent)       Grant Funded             General Fund
Senior Program Specialist                 1.0                 100%                        0%
Staff Assistant II                        0.2                 100%                        0%
Department Analyst                        0.1                 100%                        0%
Program Specialist II                     0.05                100%                        0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 150,000
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $ 115,368
       Operating Expenses:                                 3,360
       Other Costs: (Services and Supplies)               18,582
       Indirect Costs:                                    12,690
       TOTAL                                           $ 150,000

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 150,000 per year
                                                       (3 yrs. = $450,000)

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-13                                2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
TOBACCO EDUCATION SERVICES...................................................4010/0453-GRANT
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                   County of Mendocino                                       County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                    State of California                                             Schedule 9
 2010                                         Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                             Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
      Function: 0                                             Budget Unit:   0453 Tobacco Education
      Activity: 0                                                   Fund:    4530 Tobacco Education

                                         2008-09   2008-09       2009-10      2009-10        2010-11        2010-11     2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                         Budget    Actuals       Budget        Actuals       Request       Recommend    Adopted
                     (1)                   (2)       (3)           (4)           (5)           (6)             (7)        (8)
                                                                             as of 6/30/10
    Revenues
 827801 Grant Revenue                               114,140                     189,127       156,668         156,668    190,492
 827820 Grant Interest                                1,731                          98             0               0          0
    Total Revenues                             0    115,871             0       189,225       156,668         156,668    190,492

    Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                            69,808                      66,242        78,322          78,322     80,462
 861012 Extra Help                                        0                           0             0               0          0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                307                         526             0               0        500
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                            9,378                       8,986        11,235          11,235     11,548
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                 3,822                       3,823         4,577           4,577      4,695
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                961                         894         1,070           1,070      1,098
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                           3,979                       3,279         5,012           5,012      5,152
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                           14,196                      11,751        13,341          13,341     14,762
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                               525                         765           203             203      1,618
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                            991                         854         3,156           3,156      3,121
    Total Salaries & Employee Benefits         0    103,967             0        97,120       116,916         116,916    122,956

    Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                                   62                         219           100             100        220
 862101 Insurance - General                             779                         216           787             787        771
 862150 Memberships                                     750                         500             0               0        500
 862170 Office Expense                                1,966                       3,917         1,500           1,500      2,600
 862187 Education & Training                          2,648                       4,384         2,000           2,000      4,400
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                        9,980                      24,297        15,000          15,000     20,000
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                               110                         199             0               0          0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                            50,650                      18,420        17,165          17,165     35,393
 862250 Trans/Travel                                  1,794                       1,901         1,500           1,500      1,900
 862253 Travel Out of County                          2,289                         644         1,200           1,200      1,200
 862260 Utilities                                        62                         330           500             500        500
    Total Services & Supplies                  0     71,090             0        55,026        39,752          39,752     67,484

    Total Net Appropriations                   0    175,057             0       152,146       156,668         156,668    190,440

    Total Fund Balance Contribution            0     59,186             0      (37,079)                0           0        (52)




County of Mendocino                                          D-14                                          2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CDC PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS ...................4010/0478-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

This grant is used to help the Health and Human Services Agency, Community Health Services Branch to address
infrastructure issues for all-hazards disaster preparedness. Funding allows for planning, assessment, and
implementation of activities to develop Public Health’s capacity to respond to all-hazards incidents. Primary
activities are plan, train, drill, and coordinate disaster preparedness activities/plans with staff and community
partners.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   October 2002

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   August 9, 2010 – August 8, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Public Health

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Ongoing, but next year’s budget not approved

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
         If yes, is there a maximum?                   10% of Personnel costs (salary and fringe benefits)
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                (full time equivalent)        Grant Funded                General Fund
Program Administrator                      .33                 100%                         0%
Prevention Services Coordinator           1.00                 100%                         0%
Staff Assistant III                       1.00                 100%                         0%
CD Nurse (overtime hours only)

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 226,347
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $ 179,290
       Operating Expenses:                                27,952
       Indirect Costs:                                    17,929
       TOTAL                                           $ 225,171

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 225,171

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-15                                 2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CDC PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS ...................4010/0478-GRANT
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                    County of Mendocino                                           County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                     State of California                                                 Schedule 9
 2010                                          Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                              Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
      Function: 0                                                 Budget Unit:    0478 Bioterrorism Act
      Activity: 0                                                       Fund:     4780 Bioterrorism Act

                                        2008-09       2008-09       2009-10         2009-10       2010-11       2010-11      2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget        Actuals       Budget           Actuals      Request      Recommend     Adopted
                    (1)                   (2)           (3)           (4)              (5)          (6)            (7)         (8)
                                                                                  as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 827801 Grant Revenue                                  397,902                        648,955     357,831         357,831      60,115
 827820 Grant Interest                                  (2,556)                           170           0               0           0
   Total Revenues                             0        395,346                0       649,125     357,831         357,831      60,115

   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                              115,543                        270,695     169,321         169,321     242,301
 861012 Extra Help                                           0                            126           0               0           0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                   254                            720           0               0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                              17,051                         34,968      24,078          24,078      34,720
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                    6,771                         15,161       9,092           9,092      13,021
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                 1,584                          3,648       2,145           2,145       3,067
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                              7,235                         12,762       9,596           9,596      13,163
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                              11,088                         49,248      23,871          23,871      40,815
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                  211                            209         680             680       1,248
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                             1,564                            345       2,124           2,124       4,558
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0    161,300                0       387,882     240,907         240,907     352,893

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                                   3,607                          3,148       6,500           6,500       6,900
 862101 Insurance - General                              1,199                            199         481             481       1,000
 862120 Maint - Equip                                      117                             40           0               0           0
 862130 Maint - Strc/Impr/Grnds                              0                            899           0               0           0
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Suppl                                 0                            134           0               0           0
 862170 Office Expense                                   4,021                         17,305      21,895          21,895      23,395
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                                154                              0           0               0           0
 862187 Education & Training                             3,074                            110           0               0           0
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                           (240)                         12,450      20,000          20,000      36,000
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                               33,241                         74,688      58,048          58,048     110,413
 862250 Trans/Travel                                       820                          1,385       3,500           3,500       4,100
 862253 Travel Out of County                               518                            817       3,000           3,000       3,000
 862260 Utilities                                          186                          1,121       3,500           3,500       3,500
   Total Services & Supplies                      0     46,696                0       112,294     116,924         116,924     188,308

   Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                                            0                0              0            0             0      69,010
   Total Fixed Assets                         0              0                0              0            0             0      69,010

   Total Net Appropriations                   0        207,996                0       500,177     357,831         357,831     610,211

   Total Fund Balance Contribution            0       (187,350)               0      (148,949)            0             0     550,096




County of Mendocino                                             D-16                                          2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH .................................................................................4011
                                             STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DISCUSSION

Programs: The Division of Environmental Health                  to conduct monthly food handler certification classes.
(DEH) provides a wide variety of environmental health           The Hazardous Materials-sold waste program oversaw
services in 13 different program areas in order to              the permitting of the County’s largest compost facility.
safeguard the public from diseases and health hazards           DEH staff also worked with and educated business
related to water, food, sewage, hazardous materials,            owners on new state regulations overseeing above
solid waste, and other environmental exposures.                 ground petroleum storage tanks. A successful four-
Public Trust: Division of Environmental Health (DEH)            week training in hazardous material emergency
promotes education and prevention as the Division’s             response was completed for twenty-three members of
primary goal. Education and outreach are provided in            the Redwood Empire Hazardous Materials Response
various program areas such as food safety, ocean water          Team. There continues to be improved accountability
quality, and emergency response related to illegal              of services and program effectiveness with computer
commercial drug operations and the impact on the                upgrading. In response to state mandate, DEH
environment. DEH staff realizes the importance of               continues to provide information to the agricultural
quality customer service and routinely work with the            community on hazardous materials handling and
public on permitting and compliance issues.                     storage, and are gradually bringing facilities into the
Practices: DEH issues permits or approvals and                  permitting process.
conducts inspections and investigations in the following        Public Trust: Worked with a grass roots organization
areas: land divisions and developments, septic systems,         “Friends of the Blue Whale” to facilitate the removal
wells, food facilities, pools and spas, state small water       and composting of whale tissue in conjunction with a
systems, businesses that handle or store hazardous              project to preserve the skeletal remains of a blue whale
materials and waste, landfills, transfer stations, and          as a future coast attraction. In partnership with the
composting facilities. DEH provides emergency                   “Surf Riders” collected ocean water samples and
response to hazardous material releases and also assists        provided water quality status on a 24-hour telephone
in administering the County rabies exposure program.            line. Provided monthly food safety certification classes
People:     Division      of    Environmental      Health       for food facility employees; classes alternating
acknowledges the value of its employees. Staff is               between Ukiah and Fort Bragg. Powerpoint
encouraged to participate in decisions related to their         presentations on methamphetamine labs and large-
work since their knowledge and understanding are                scale illegal marijuana grow operations were presented
valuable to the organization. Staff is provided training        to community groups and local law enforcement and
and work opportunities that support personal and                fire agencies.
professional growth.                                            Practices: Provided efficient and quality service;
                                                                conducted routine inspections in 2009: 1,000 food
MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10                            facility inspections, 150 public swimming pool/spa
                                                                inspections, 263 well permit inspections, 573
Programs: Animal Care Services was transferred into             hazardous materials management plan inspections, 75
Division of Environmental Health (DEH). DEH was                 underground storage tank inspections, 29 small public
able to secure grants to conduct weekly ocean water             water system inspections, 6 organized camp
sampling at several popular coastal beaches, inspect            inspections, and 29 community fair inspections. DEH
waste tire facilities, and solid waste disposal facilities.     responded to 36 hazardous materials incidents and
The Land Use Program has worked on developing                   attended regular meetings of the Redwood Empire
Division of Land Guidelines and Use of Off-site                 Hazardous Incident Team (REHIT). 233 site
Easements for Sewage Disposal. The program in                   evaluation reports for septic system designs were
conjunction with Planning and Building Services                 reviewed and 172 septic permits were issued. 326
participated in an amnesty program to facilitate                building permits were reviewed. 226 citizen
structures being brought into compliance with building          complaints concerning liquid waste, food safety,
and sewage codes. Work has also begun on transferring           vectors, and solid waste were received and
the non-standard septic system monitoring program to            investigated. 357 rabies exposure/bite reports were
the private sector. Quarterly Land Use stakeholders             filed.
meetings were held to get input from private sector
partners. The Consumer Protection Program continues



County of Mendocino                                      D-17                                  2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH .................................................................................4011
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director


People: One hour monthly staff meetings were held to          well as team meetings will be used to share
provide information on current issues, for staff              information and receive input from staff. Managers
recognition, and to obtain staff input. The three core        will be encouraged to spend time in the field with staff
Division of Environmental Health (DEH) programs held          conducting routine inspections.
monthly team meetings to discuss policy issues,
improve processes, and share information. Staff               CURRENT STAFFING
attended regular regional technical advisory committees,
and participated in local training opportunities.             To view staffing levels for this budget unit, see the
                                                              Position Allocation Table located in this document
GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y 2010-11                              under the tab L. Position Allocation Table.

Programs: The Land Use Program will continue                  PROGRAM CHART
holding quarterly stakeholder meetings to discuss new
septic regulations and recommended privatization of
nonstandard septic system inspections/monitoring
program. Develop new off-site septic system easement
policy. Continue exploration of possible integration of
the Land Use Program with County Planning and
Building Services Monthly food handler certification
classes will continue alternating between Fort Bragg and
Ukiah. Division of Environmental Health will continue
to gradually bring agricultural businesses that handle
reportable quantities of hazardous materials into the
permitting process. With grant money obtained from the
State, the third phase of a three-year implementation
plan to inventory above ground hazardous materials
storage tanks will begin by inspecting facilities.
Public Trust: Division of Environmental Health will
continue to provide monthly food handler safety
certification classes alternating between Fort Bragg and
Ukiah. Food facility inspection results will be posted on
DEH’s web site. In partnership with “Surf Riders”,
ocean monitoring at several popular coastal beaches will
occur weekly between April 1 – October 30 and water
quality information updated on a 24-hour telephone line.
Annual newsletters will be mailed out to businesses on
DEH inventory.
Practices: Division of Environmental Health will focus
on its core responsibility of conducting routine
inspections at retail food facilities, public swimming
pools, businesses that handle hazardous materials,
petroleum storage tanks, and evaluating and permitting
water well and septic system designs. Emergency
responders will maintain an active role in the Redwood
Empire Hazardous Incident Team. Citizen complaints
will be responded to and investigated in a timely
manner.
People: Division of Environmental Health will continue
to provide a positive safe work environment through
open and honest communication. Staff will be
encouraged to attend training opportunities to promote
professional development. Monthly staff meetings as



County of Mendocino                                    D-18                                  2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH .................................................................................4011
                                         STACEY CRYER, Director

SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Salaries & Employee Benefits
         Acct. 1011 Provides funding for 22 positions.
Services & Supplies
         Acct. 2239 Provides funding for lab costs and various program testing supplies.
Expenditure Transfer & Reimbursement
         Acct. 5380 Transfer from food handler account to reimburse for salary.
Revenues
         Acct. 5341 Provides for Public Health Realignment Revenue.
         Acct. 7700 Provides for reimbursements from several grants and trusts.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO recommends funding as submitted by the department.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                  D-19                                  2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ABOVEGROUND PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK .......................................4011-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the grant is to incorporate the implementation of the Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act Program
into the existing Unified Program structure (CUPA).

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   January 1, 2008

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   January 1, 2008 – May 1, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Environmental Protection Agency

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Term Limited

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   No
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                 (full time equivalent)       Grant Funded           General Fund
Environmental Health Specialist Supervisor    .19             100%                     0%


GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 65,732
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $ 62,906
       Other Costs: (Services and Supplies)               2,826
       TOTAL                                           $ 65,732

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 65,732

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             Yes




County of Mendocino                                     D-20                               2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
OCEAN WATER QUALITY MONITORING.................................................4011-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the grant is to monitor water quality at several popular coastal beaches between April and the end of
October.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   November 1, 2002

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   October 1, 2009 – September 30, 2010

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Public Health

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Possible on-going annual allocation

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   No
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                 (full time equivalent)       Grant Funded            General Fund
Environmental Health Specialist Supervisor    .15             100%                      0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 25,000
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $ 14,670
       Other Costs: (Services and Supplies)              10,330
       TOTAL                                           $ 25,000

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 25,000

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             Yes




County of Mendocino                                     D-21                                  2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
WASTE TIRE PROGRAM ........................................................................ 4011-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the grant is to support compliance inspections and tracking of waste tire generators (tire dealers, auto
dismantlers).

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   July 1, 2006

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        CalRecycle

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Possible on-going annual allocation

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   No
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                 (full time equivalent)       Grant Funded             General Fund
Environmental Health Specialist Supervisor .4                 100%                       0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 40,574
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $ 40,574
       TOTAL                                           $ 40,574

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 40,574

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             Yes




County of Mendocino                                     D-22                                  2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH .................................................................................4011
                                                    STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                          County of Mendocino                                        County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                           State of California                                              Schedule 9
 2010                                                Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                    Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
     Function: 4 Health & Sanitation                                  Budget Unit:   4011 Environmental Health
     Activity: 401 Health and Sanitation - Health                           Fund:    1100 County General

                                           2008-09        2008-09       2009-10       2009-10        2010-11       2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification         Budget         Actuals       Budget         Actuals       Request      Recommend     Adopted
                 (1)                         (2)            (3)           (4)            (5)           (6)            (7)         (8)
                                                                                     as of 6/30/10
    Revenues
 822606 Land Use Fee                         397,791        341,539       378,000       335,941        368,391        368,391     368,391
 825150 Motor Vehicle in Lieu                      0        373,098             0       215,746              0              0           0
 825341 Realignment Hlth Svcs                536,593         32,502       366,511        47,953        352,911        352,911     321,008
 825490 State Other                                0          5,293       137,361        21,217         59,478         59,478      59,478
 825670 Federal Other                              0              0             0             0         25,000         25,000      25,000
 826283 Consumer Protect Prog                380,960        382,712       421,400       409,305        404,000        404,000     404,000
 826315 Solid Waste Fee                       52,148         76,504        58,623        83,974         96,560         96,560      96,560
 826390 Other Charges                        442,126        438,139       513,411       542,808        498,818        498,818     498,818
 827700 Other                                175,553         56,341             0         1,305              0              0           0
 827802 Oper Transfer In                           0              0             0             0              0              0           0
    Total Revenues                         1,985,171      1,706,129     1,875,306     1,658,250      1,805,158      1,805,158   1,773,255

    Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                  1,282,385      1,077,503     1,192,477     1,013,127      1,160,256      1,160,256   1,143,057
 861012 Extra Help                            37,206         26,132         7,500             0              0              0           0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                      22,050         17,462             0        17,300         16,920         16,920      16,920
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                   170,747        150,535       149,440       134,798        160,634        160,634     158,228
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                         75,287         62,609        69,432        58,210         68,248         68,248      67,209
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                      18,066         15,405        16,705        13,951         15,993         15,993      15,750
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                   72,547         63,890        54,837        49,347         71,477         71,477      70,403
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                   171,907        148,003       187,420       175,481        207,083        207,083     207,083
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                      1,171          1,171         2,933         2,928          9,739          9,739       9,739
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                 102,664        102,657        62,375        62,236         54,083         54,083      44,163
    Total Salaries & Employee Benefits     1,954,030      1,665,367     1,743,119     1,527,377      1,764,433      1,764,433   1,732,552

    Services & Supplies
 862050 Clothing/Pers Items                       0             328             0               0           0              0           0
 862060 Communications                       16,100          17,817        18,500          13,080      15,500         15,500      15,500
 862101 Insurance - General                  11,894          11,894        10,383          10,383       8,928          8,928       8,906
 862120 Maint - Equip                         3,300             880         2,000           1,059       2,000          2,000      14,000
 862150 Memberships                           1,380           1,418         1,380           1,194       1,380          1,380       1,380
 862170 Office Expense                       48,000          35,670        40,000          29,155      23,000         23,000      23,000
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                   3,500             489         3,500             313       3,500          3,500       3,500
 862187 Education & Training                 12,400           2,536         6,000             669       6,500          6,500       6,500
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                  350               0         5,350           5,000      20,350         20,350      20,350
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                     2,000           1,972         2,000           1,515       2,000          2,000       2,000
 862200 Rents/Lease - Equip                       0               0             0               0           0              0           0
 862210 Rent/Lease - Bldg Grnds                   0               0             0               0           0              0           0




County of Mendocino                                               D-23                                           2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH .................................................................................4011
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director

                                     2008-09     2008-09       2009-10        2009-10        2010-11         2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification   Budget      Actuals       Budget          Actuals       Request        Recommend     Adopted
                 (1)                   (2)         (3)           (4)             (5)           (6)              (7)         (8)
                                                                             as of 6/30/10
 862220 Small Tool/Instrument             400           0             0              652            0                0           0
 862230 Info Tech Equip                 2,500           0             0                0            0                0           0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense               9,500       1,715       137,500         117,454       188,750          188,750     188,750
 862250 Trans/Travel                   58,748      60,997        57,905          48,728        56,782           56,782      59,782
 862253 Travel Out of County           20,600       3,829        10,000            3,170        7,000            7,000       7,000
    Total Services & Supplies         190,672     139,545       294,518         232,370       335,690          335,690     350,668

    Fixed Assets
 864360 Structure/Improvement               0              0             0            0                0             0           0
 864370 Equipment                       2,800              0             0            0                0             0           0
    Total Fixed Assets                  2,800              0             0            0                0             0           0

    Expend Transfer & Reimb
 865380 Intrafund Transfer            (22,147)     (1,194)      (22,147)        (1,314)      (154,781)        (154,781)   (154,781)
    Total Expend Transfer & Reimb     (22,147)     (1,194)      (22,147)        (1,314)      (154,781)        (154,781)   (154,781)

    Total Net Appropriations         2,125,355   1,803,718     2,015,490      1,758,434      1,945,342        1,945,342   1,928,439

    Total Net County Cost             140,184      97,589       140,184         100,184       140,184          140,184     155,184




County of Mendocino                                     D-24                                               2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
FOOD CERTIFICATION PROGRAM ............................................. 4011/0412-PROGRAM
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this program is to provide accessible food safety training to local retail food handlers.

INCEPTION DATE                                         January 1, 1999

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Fees

EMPLOYEES              (full time equivalent)          Fee Supported            General Fund
Environmental Health Specialist II        .1                    80%                      20%

PROGRAM FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 27,274
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $ 22,768
       Other Costs: (Services and Supplies)              11,200
       TOTAL                                           $ 33,968

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 33,968

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                      D-25                                  2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
FOOD CERTIFICATION PROGRAM ............................................. 4011/0412-PROGRAM
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                     County of Mendocino                                            County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                      State of California                                                  Schedule 9
 2010                                           Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                               Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
      Function: 0                                                  Budget Unit:    0412 Food Handler Certification
      Activity: 0                                                        Fund:     4120 Food Handler Certification

                                         2008-09       2008-09       2009-10          2009-10      2010-11        2010-11      2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                         Budget        Actuals       Budget           Actuals      Request       Recommend     Adopted
                    (1)                    (2)           (3)           (4)               (5)         (6)             (7)         (8)
                                                                                   as of 6/30/10
    Revenues
 826390 Other Charges                                        0                            1,869            0               0          0
 827801 Grant Revenue                                   22,781                           22,444       27,274          27,274     27,274
    Total Revenues                                 0    22,781                 0         24,313       27,274          27,274     27,274

    Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                                    0                                 0      22,768          22,768     22,768
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                                   0                                 0           0               0          0
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                        0                                 0           0               0          0
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                     0                                 0           0               0          0
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                                  0                                 0           0               0          0
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                                   0                                 0           0               0          0
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                    0                                 0           0               0          0
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                                 0                                 0           0               0          0
    Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0         0                 0               0      22,768          22,768     22,768

    Services & Supplies
 862170 Office Expense                                   3,154                            7,867            0               0          0
 862187 Education & Training                             1,349                              580       10,000          10,000     10,000
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                                  775                                0        1,000           1,000      1,000
 862250 Trans/Travel                                         0                                           200             200        200
    Total Services & Supplies                      0     5,279                 0          8,447       11,200          11,200     11,200

    Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                                                                              0           0               0         0
    Total Fixed Assets                             0         0                 0               0           0               0         0

    Total Net Appropriations                       0     5,279                 0          8,447       33,968          33,968     33,968

    Total Fund Balance Contribution                0   (17,502)                0       (15,866)        6,694           6,694      6,694




County of Mendocino                                               D-26                                         2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
LOCAL ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (LEA)........................................4011/0452-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the grant is to supplement the existing solid waste facilities permit and inspection program.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   July 1, 1996

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2010

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        CalRecycle

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Possible on-going annual allocation

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   No
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                 (full time equivalent)       Grant Funded            General Fund
Environmental Health Specialist Supervisor      1               20%                     80%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 18,834
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $ 18,834
       TOTAL                                           $ 18,834

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 92,747

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             Yes




County of Mendocino                                     D-27                                 2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
LOCAL ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (LEA)........................................4011/0452-GRANT
                                                STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                        County of Mendocino                                        County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                         State of California                                              Schedule 9
 2010                                              Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                  Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
      Function: 0                                                        Budget Unit:       0452 LEA Solid Waste
      Activity: 0                                                              Fund:        4520 LEA Solid Waste

                                        2008-09        2008-09       2009-10      2009-10         2010-11          2010-11     2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget         Actuals       Budget       Actuals         Request         Recommend    Adopted
                    (1)                   (2)            (3)           (4)           (5)             (6)             (7)         (8)
                                                                                 as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 827801 Grant Revenue                                     25,433                         51,639      18,833           18,833    18,833
 827820 Grant Interest                                     2,570                            659           0                0         0
   Total Revenues                                 0       28,003             0           52,298      18,833           18,833    18,833


   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                                        0                           0       18,834           18,834    18,834
 861012 Extra Help                                               0                           0            0                0         0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                         0                           0            0                0         0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                                       0                           0            0                0         0
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                            0                           0            0                0         0
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                         0                           0            0                0         0
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                                      0                           0            0                0         0
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                                       0                           0            0                0         0
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                        0                           0            0                0         0
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                                     0                           0            0                0         0
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0              0           0               0       18,834           18,834    18,834

   Total Net Appropriations                       0              0           0               0       18,834           18,834    18,834


   Total Fund Balance Contribution                0     (28,003)             0      (52,298)                1              1           1




County of Mendocino                                            D-28                                             2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG PROGRAMS (AODP).............................................. 4012
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DISCUSSION                                            Clean and Sober Classroom is designated for
                                                              adolescents who are on probation and have more
Programs: The overall mission of Alcohol & Other              serious substance abuse issues but relatively minor
Drug Program (AODP) is to promote healthy behaviors           mental health issues. The team decided that the
by preventing, reducing and treating alcohol and other        maximum capacity for each classroom would be 20
drug addiction, abuse and related conditions. Prevention      students. Adults Services has continued to provide a
education, intervention and treatment services are            contract with Ford Street Project for a detoxification
provided to County residents of all ages, ethnic and          bed to be utilized as needed by individuals referred by
socio-economic groups. AODP’s continuum of care is a          AODP’s Adult Services. All adult treatment staff, as
model that recognizes the essential components of             well as other providers in the county, were trained in
comprehensive Alcohol & Other Drug core services.             an evidence-based ‘trauma informed’ curriculum.
The discreet components include: prevention, early            Adolescent Treatment continued a successful program
intervention, treatment, and aftercare services for the       (ARIA) for dual diagnosed Mendocino County Office
recovering community.                                         of Education students, funded through Early and
Public Trust: AODP is committed to the development,           Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment
maintenance, and continuous improvement of a                  (EPSDT).
comprehensive and integrated continuum of alcohol and         Public Trust: AODP services are collaborative efforts
other drug services.                                          involving other Health and Human Services Agency
Practices: Investing in programs that prevent and treat       branches, the Probation Department, Courts,
alcohol and drug addiction saves lives and improves the       Community Center, and Ford Street Project. Specific
health, safety and well-being of our communities.             programs such as the AT HOME program, Family
People: AODP is committed to providing a systematic           Dependency Drug Court, and the Adult Drug Court
process, by which staff are involved, to improve              meet with Community partners for ongoing planning
program effectiveness in the accomplishment of                and program improvement. Almost all of Prevention
program outcome results. The process involves                 and Planning Unit’s (PAPU) programs include an
continually monitoring program performance and client         evaluation component and include research-based
outcomes, resulting in positive outcomes.                     model programs. Annual findings are reported to
                                                              funding agency and are available to the public.
MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10                          Tobacco Settlement Revenue competitive mini-grants
                                                              were awarded to grass roots organizations across the
Programs: AODP has continued the provision of                 County. The AODP Advisory Board reviews all
services in the face of extreme budget constraints. Adult     programs.
outpatient services, perinatal services and the AT            Practices: All grant projects are evidence based,
HOME program for dually diagnosed, homeless                   federally recognized model programs. Adolescent
substance users have continued at two sites. Continued        Treatment      Services    have    developed      strong
the Adult Drug Court Program, Family Dependency               relationships with most of the County schools and the
Drug Court and began the JAG-OTP program for Penal            Office of Education. Prevention and Planning Unit’s
Code 1210 felons, while completing the Drug Court             programs are based on best practices and practical,
Expansion Grant. Additionally, AODP began providing           long-term experience in communities and schools.
educational services for Penal Code 1000 referrals. The       Adult Treatment uses validated cognitive behavioral
AT HOME program, which began start-up in January of           and trauma informed curricula. A triage system is used
2009, is being moved from the Willits area to Fort            to bring clients into general outpatient services. Other
Bragg, which has a high rate of homeless individuals in       programs treat individuals referred for the Adult Drug
treatment. Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention and/or             Court, Family Dependency Drug Court or the AT
Gang Violence Prevention services continue to operate         HOME Program. Relevant programs utilize
in most school districts in Mendocino County Probation        stakeholder meetings and the AOD Advisory Board to
Alternatives with Counseling and Education (PACE)             ensure community input.
and Clean and Sober Classroom: this year members of           People: Adult Services have had numbers of
the collaborative met and established a continuum of          retirements over the past year. All treatment staff are
care between the two classrooms. PACE will continue           State certified and maintain appropriate CEU’s. Staff
to treat adolescents on probation who have serious            are valued and provided with meaningful professional
mental health issues in addition to substance abuse.          development opportunities.



County of Mendocino                                    D-29                                  2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG PROGRAMS (AODP).............................................. 4012
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director


GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y 2010-11                              CURRENT STAFFING

Programs: Stabilize long-term funding. Through a              To view staffing levels for this budget unit, see the
continuum of care, provide essential core services to         Position Allocation Table located in this document
students, parents and communities throughout the              under the tab L. Position Allocation Table.
County. Work with other Health and Human Services
Agency branches to develop a Behavioral Health Unit,          PROGRAM CHART
which will serve the needs of clients with co-occurring
disorders with the goal of preventing more serious
illnesses.
Public Trust: The Prevention and Planning Unit (PAPU)
will continue to use research-driven strategies, and to
evaluate programs and integrate recommendations from
evaluation findings. The Tobacco Control Program will
continue implementing “buy surveys” in the County to
assess which businesses sell tobacco to minors and work
for adoption of tobacco ordinances in Fort Bragg and
Point Arena (to compliment existing ordinances in the
Cities of Willits, Ukiah and the County). Advocate for
community and school policies that change norms
related to substance abuse. Cuts in the County and State
budget will affect Proposition 36, perinatal, outpatient
and drug court treatment programs. With these cuts in
mind we will strive to provide the most efficient
services possible.
Practices: The Prevention and Planning Unit (PAPU) will
continue to work toward changing “social norms”
regarding Alcohol & Other Drug issues and community
health. Continue to utilize and clarify where needed, the
application of triage measures for the provision of adult
treatment services in the face of funding reductions.
Continue to serve the general public. Streamline the
provision of services to Spanish adult treatment clients
in order to continue services with reduced funding.
People: Utilize Trilogy for all required trainings / CEUs
for treatment staff except where grant funded. Continue
to provide opportunities for professional development.
The Prevention and Planning Unit (PAPU) will continue
to rely on its coalition members for guidance and
support. The Unit will also participate in community-
based policy efforts that coincide with its goals and
objectives. PAPU will continue to operate programs that
include children, families and other community
members, and to focus its programs on populations and
“upstream” prevention rather than individual, crisis
oriented services.




County of Mendocino                                    D-30                                2010-11 Final Budget
           HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG PROGRAMS (AODP).............................................. 4012
                                        STACEY CRYER, Director


SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Salaries & Employee Benefits
         Acct. 1011 Provides funding for 32.01 positions.
Other Charges
         Acct. 3119 Provides for payment to other agencies for contracted services.
Expenditure Transfer & Reimbursement
         Acct. 5380 Provides for transfer from Social Services.
Revenues
         Acct. 3205 Provides for transfer from each of two Drug/Alcohol Fine Designated Reserve
         Acct. 3206 Funds managed by the Department.
         Acct. 6265 Provides funding from private pay client billings.
         Acct. 7700 Provides for administrative reimbursements from the Employee Assistance Program and
                     various grants.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO has recommended this program be reduced to have zero impact on the General Fund. The Recommended
Budget proposes an $183,962 Net County Cost, covered by the AODP Alcohol Fund Designated Reserves.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                D-31                              2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
COMPREHENSIVE DRUG COURT IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM ............4012-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this allocation is to provide the highest level of intensive outpatient treatment to adults with felony
state prison sentences indicated, placed on formal probation and required to participate in Drug Court as a condition
of probation. The program has strong court oversight, probation monitoring, treatment case management, individual
and group therapy, employment and housing assistance.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   December 29, 2000

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   January 1, 2010 – December 31, 2010

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        State of California, Department of Alcohol & Drug Programs

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Ongoing Annual Allocation

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum?                  Subject to 15% maximum
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            No
          If no, please explain                        This grant requires a 20% match.
                                                       Indirect and overhead costs are used as match

EMPLOYEES                (full time equivalent)        Grant Funded           General Fund
Sr. Substance Abuse Counselor            0.39                 100%                      0%
Substance Abuse Counselor II             0.39                 100%                      0%
Staff Assistant III                      0.29                 100%                      0%
Treatment Program Supervisor             0.08                 100%                      0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 80,539
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 62,320
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)                6,885
       Indirect Costs                                     9,334
       TOTAL                                           $ 80,539

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 96,647

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  Yes
Describe if the match is cash or in kind and the funding source: Both types - Requirement met by federal block grant
funded provision of clinical oversight, services and supplies (insurance, data system, copier, etc.) divisional admin
support, county A-87 costs, and county share of costs to serve the program’s MediCAL eligible clients.
COUNTY MATCH AMOUNT                                   $16,108 (20%)
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                            No




County of Mendocino                                     D-32                                 2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
DRUG COURT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM .................................................4012-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this allocation is to provide the highest level of intensive outpatient treatment to adults with felony
state prison sentences indicated, placed on formal probation and required to participate in Drug Court as a condition
of probation. The program has strong court oversight, probation monitoring, treatment case management, individual
and group therapy, employment and housing assistance.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   May 1, 1999

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        State of California, Department of Alcohol & Drug Programs

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Ongoing Annual Allocation

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum?                  No

EMPLOYEES                 (full time equivalent)       Grant Funded        General Fund
Senior. Substance Abuse Counselor         0.43                 100%                  0%
Substance Abuse Counselor II              0.49                 100%                  0%
Staff Assistant III                       0.43                 100%                  0%
Treatment Program Supervisor              0.09                 100%                  0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 126,270
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 100,842
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)                 4,292
       Indirect Costs                                     21,136
       TOTAL                                           $ 126,270

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 151,524

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                 Yes
Describe if the match is cash or in kind and the funding source: Both types - Requirement met by federal block
grant funded provision of clinical oversight, services and supplies (insurance, data system, copier, etc.) divisional
admin support, county A-87 costs, and county share of costs to serve the program’s MediCAL eligible clients.
COUNTY MATCH AMOUNT                                   $25,254 (20%)
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                            No




County of Mendocino                                     D-33                                 2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE-MENTORING........................................................ 4012-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

Friday Night Live Mentoring (FNLM) provides after-school mentoring between high school “Mentors” and middle
school “Protégés,” using the Model Program “Project ALERT” to teach protégés about drug and alcohol prevention
and refusal and negotiation skills. This program serves students at Willits High School and Baechtel Grove Middle
School and Ukiah High School and Pomolita Middle School.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   October 1, 2006

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   October 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Tulare County Office of Education

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Grant ends June 30, 2011

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum?                  Negotiated Indirect Cost Rate Agreement
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES               (full time equivalent)         Grant Funded          General Fund
Senior Program Specialist                .20                   100%                    0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 20,500
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 17,402
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)                1,936
       Indirect Costs                                     1,162
       TOTAL                                           $ 20,500

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 20,500

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-34                                2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
OFFENDER TREATMENT RECOVERY ACT PROGRAM ............................4012-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this Recovery Act funding was to retain jobs, enhance treatment services, increase proportion of
offenders who enter, remain in, and complete treatment and reduce delays in the availability of appropriate services.
Employ a drug court model, including dedicated court calendars with regularly scheduled reviews of treatment
progress, and strong collaboration by the courts, probation and treatment.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   October 1, 2009

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – March 31, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Recovery Act Justice Assistance Grant – Federal Funds

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    One Time Only

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum                   Yes – 5% of total project costs
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES               (full time equivalent)         Grant Funded                General Fund
Substance Abuse Counselor II             1.0                  100%                           0%
Deputy Probation Officer II               .25                 100%                           0%
Staff Assistant III                       .25                 100%                           0%
Department Analyst I                      .05                 100%                           0%


GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 101,559
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $  92,232
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)                 4,549
       Indirect Costs                                      4,778
       TOTAL                                           $ 101,559

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 101,559

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                        D-35                              2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
WILLITS AND FORT BRAGG EDUCATION FOR RESILIENCY (WAFER)................... 4012-GRANT
                            STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

WAFER (Willits And Fort Bragg Education For Resiliency) provides drug and alcohol prevention education using
Project SUCCESS (a federally recognized model program) to address binge drinking and frequent marijuana use
among middle and high school students enrolled in the Willits and Fort Bragg school districts.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   October 1, 2007

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   October 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities, Governor’s
                                                       portion (Federal dollars distributed among the States.)

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Originally funded for 5 years, State budget cuts will probably
                                                       end the grant on June 30, 2010 – 1 year early.

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum?                  Negotiated indirect cost rate agreement
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES              (full time equivalent)          Grant Funded                General Fund
Program Administrator                  0.05                   100%                           0%
Program Specialist II                  1.00                   100%                           0%
Sr. Program Specialist                 0.70                   100%                           0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 150,000
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 119,731
       Operating Expenses                                  1,125
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)                20,361
       Indirect Costs                                      8,783
       TOTAL                                           $ 150,000

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 150,000

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-36                                  2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG PROGRAMS (AODP).............................................. 4012
                                                    STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                          County of Mendocino                                          County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                           State of California                                                Schedule 9
  2010                                               Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                    Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
     Function: 4 Health & Sanitation                                  Budget Unit:   4012 Alcohol/Other Drug Program
     Activity: 401 Health and Sanitation - Health                           Fund:    1100 County General

                                           2008-09        2008-09       2009-10       2009-10        2010-11        2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                           Budget         Actuals       Budget         Actuals       Request       Recommend     Adopted
                  (1)                        (2)            (3)           (4)            (5)           (6)             (7)         (8)
                                                                                     as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 823205 Drug/Alcohol Fine                     25,870         33,209        34,354        39,326         27,365          27,365      27,365
 823206 Co Alcohol Educ                       39,500         18,742        38,770        17,746         14,676          14,676      14,676
 823207 Drug Abuse Educ                       40,100         14,117        34,077        12,554         12,151          12,151      12,151
 825393 State Aid - Drug & Alc             1,235,804      1,136,275     1,430,433     1,246,332      1,344,960       1,344,960   1,358,490
 825490 State Other                                0        194,474       480,792       540,950        339,175         339,175     461,663
 825670 Federal Other                              0         37,460       765,768       539,318        685,479         685,479     685,479
 825810 Other Govt Aid                             0              0        26,000        10,913              0               0           0
 826265 Drug Diversion Svc                    54,000         43,390        22,250        23,791         37,500          37,500      37,500
 826348 Driving Under Infl                    23,230         23,713        23,640        20,079         20,000          20,000      20,000
 827700 Other                                984,943        667,503             0             0         49,032          49,032      49,032
 827701 Refund Jury/Witness                   85,000              0             0             0              0               0           0
 827801 Grant Revenue                        234,261        590,563       220,000        86,880              0         134,054           0
   Total Revenues                          2,722,708      2,759,446     3,076,084     2,537,889      2,530,338       2,664,392   2,666,356



   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                  2,246,855      2,074,645     2,052,293     1,637,504      1,683,591       1,655,343   1,717,425
 861012 Extra Help                            21,800         16,623             0             0              0               0           0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                       2,654            642             0         3,414              0               0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                   323,075        302,217       318,707       218,906        240,172         240,172     248,472
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                        135,555        122,535       127,300        95,753         98,634          98,634     102,322
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                      32,019         28,900        29,770        22,394         23,163          23,163      24,032
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                  137,072        128,961       134,015        79,916        117,399         117,399     120,460
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                   343,709        322,378       318,650       281,077        253,553         253,553     263,883
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                      5,806          5,949         7,333         8,907         13,913          13,913      17,574
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                  77,555         72,159       100,383       100,339         88,705          88,705      97,555
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits      3,326,100      3,075,009     3,088,451     2,448,210      2,519,130       2,490,882   2,591,723

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                       21,320          22,975        20,110           15,047     14,876           14,876      15,151
 862090 Household Expense                     1,500               0             0            7,615          0                0           0
 862101 Insurance - General                  29,515          22,070        11,069           11,128     11,085           11,085      13,097
 862109 Insurance Other                       6,199          12,862         6,199            9,442      9,043            9,043       9,043
 862120 Maint - Equip                             0             416             0                0          0                0           0
 862130 Maint Strc/Impr/Grnds                     0               0             0            6,324          0                0           0
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Supls                 22,900          18,538        23,705           15,401     23,134           23,134      23,134
 862150 Memberships                          10,084          10,110         6,632            6,632     10,084           10,084      10,084
 862170 Office Expense                       38,274          31,507        35,170           23,396     20,086           20,086      24,286
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                  30,800          15,496        24,550            3,740     18,916           18,916      18,916
 862187 Education & Training                  4,791          10,200         5,010            9,573      1,775            1,775       4,275
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other              189,551         220,536       234,170          179,002    128,719          128,719     146,319




County of Mendocino                                               D-37                                           2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG PROGRAMS (AODP).............................................. 4012
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director

                                     2008-09       2008-09       2009-10        2009-10        2010-11          2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                     Budget        Actuals       Budget          Actuals       Request         Recommend     Adopted
                  (1)                  (2)           (3)           (4)             (5)           (6)               (7)         (8)
                                                                               as of 6/30/10
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice               1,200         2,694           500            2,043          500               500         500
 862200 Rent/Lease - Equip                  0             0             0                 0           0                 0           0
 862210 Rent/Lease - Bldg Grnds         4,630         3,808             0               (9)           0                 0           0
 862230 Info Tech Equip                     0             0             0                 0           0                 0       1,975
 862239 Spec Dept Expense             194,324        31,493       345,785         324,523       384,088           384,088     384,088
 862250 Trans/Travel                   30,161        19,713        19,516          18,082        16,103            16,103      16,853
 862253 Travel Out of County            9,990         7,018         7,125            6,512        4,030             4,030       5,258
 862260 Utilities                      37,519        39,506        59,970          35,670        31,029            31,029      31,029
   Total Services & Supplies          632,758       468,940       799,511         674,122       673,468           673,468     704,008

   Other Charges
 863119 Supp/Care - Other              52,900        81,749        35,075          66,735        20,983            20,983      20,983
   Total Other Charges                 52,900        81,749        35,075          66,735        20,983            20,983      20,983

   Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                              0             0             0            0                0              0              0
   Total Fixed Assets                          0             0             0            0                0              0              0

   Expend Transfer & Reimb
 865380 Intrafund Transfer           (605,149)     (358,238)     (324,546)      (198,397)      (336,979)         (336,979)   (336,979)
 865802 Oper Transfer Out                    0             0             0              0              0                 0           0
   Total Expend Transfer & Reimb     (605,149)     (358,238)     (324,546)      (198,397)      (336,979)         (336,979)   (336,979)

   Total Net Appropriations          3,406,609     3,267,459     3,598,491      2,990,670      2,876,602         2,848,354   2,979,735

   Total Net County Cost              683,901       508,014       522,407         452,781       346,264           183,962     313,379




County of Mendocino                                       D-38                                               2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
RURAL MURALS PROJECT..............................................................4012/0490-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

This grant is used to fund the Rural Murals Project to reduce substance abuse among Ukiah area youth and to
strengthen the Mendocino County Asset Building Coalition. Funds will be provided to a community-based
organization to develop and implement school-wide social norms campaigns at two local high schools as part of a
social marketing campaign addressing underage drinking.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   October 1, 2001

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   October 1, 2009 – September 30, 2010

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Up to one additional one-year periods, with reapplication
                                                       (includes carryover, if applicable)

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
         If yes, is there a maximum?                   Negotiated indirect cost rate agreement
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES               (full time equivalent)         Grant Funded               General Fund
Program Administrator                     .17                 100%                          0%
Senior Program Specialist                 .60                 100%                          0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 145,815
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                      $  67,975
       Operating Expenses:                                36,500
       Other Costs: (Services and Supplies)               36,340
       Indirect Costs:                                     5,000
       TOTAL                                           $ 145,815

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 145,815

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  Grant requires local match.
Describe if the match is cash or in kind and the funding source: In-kind community support $150,000
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                        D-39                                2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
RURAL MURALS PROJECT..............................................................4012/0490-GRANT
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                    County of Mendocino                                            County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                     State of California                                                  Schedule 9
 2010                                          Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                              Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
      Function: 0                                                   Budget Unit:    0490 Rural Community Murals
      Activity: 0                                                         Fund:     4900 Rural Community Murals

                                        2008-09       2008-09         2009-10        2009-10        2010-11      2010-11     2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget        Actuals         Budget          Actuals       Request     Recommend    Adopted
                    (1)                   (2)           (3)             (4)             (5)           (6)           (7)        (8)
                                                                                    as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 825670 Fed Other                                            0                               0       145,000       145,000     145,000
 827801 Grant Revenue                                   69,458                         159,469             0             0           0
   Total Revenues                                 0     69,458                  0      159,469       145,000       145,000     145,000

   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                               30,018                          70,626        58,615        58,615      58,615
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                     0                               0             0             0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                               4,277                           9,578         8,617         8,617       8,617
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                    1,741                           4,191         3,560         3,560       3,560
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                   407                             980           833           833         833
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                              1,831                           3,687         3,777         3,777       3,777
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                               5,676                           7,765         6,287         6,287       6,287
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                   17                              32           330           330         330
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                               222                             449         2,103         2,103       1,879
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0     44,188                  0       97,309        84,122        84,122      83,898

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                                      25                             295             0             0           0
 862150 Memberships                                        100                             447             0             0           0
 862170 Office Expense                                     894                           3,909           650           650         650
 862187 Education & Training                                26                             346             0             0           0
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                          26,718                          45,100        41,961        41,961      41,961
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                                3,849                          17,395        13,538        13,538      13,538
 862250 Trans/Travel                                       823                             758         1,100         1,100       1,100
 862253 Travel Out of County                               182                              27         3,629         3,629       3,629
   Total Services & Supplies                      0     32,616                  0       68,277        60,878        60,878      60,878

   Other Charges
 863119 Supp/Care - Other                                       0                            0            0             0           0
   Total Other Charges                            0             0               0            0            0             0           0

   Total Net Appropriations                       0     76,803                  0      165,587       145,000       145,000     144,776

   Total Fund Balance Contribution                0      7,346                  0        6,118            0             0        (224)




County of Mendocino                                         D-40                                               2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
SOBER TRUTH PROJECT (STOP ACT).............................................................. 0491
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

This grant is used to fund the Sober Truth Project/STOP ACT to prevent and reduce alcohol use among Ukiah
youth, and to strengthen the Mendocino County Asset Building Coalition. Funs will be provided to a community-
based organization to disseminate social norms information through theatrical performances planned and delivered
by youth.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   October 1, 2008

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   October 1, 2009 – September 30, 2010

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Up to two additional one-year periods, with reapplication
                                                       (includes carryover, if applicable)

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
    If yes, is there a maximum?                        Negotiated indirect cost rate agreement
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                (full time equivalent)        Grant Funded             General Fund
Senior Program Specialist                  .40                100%                      0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 50,000
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 36,266
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)               11,598
       Indirect Cost                                   __ 2,136
                        TOTAL                          $ 50,000

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 50,000

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-41                                  2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
SOBER TRUTH PROJECT (STOP ACT).............................................................. 0491
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                    County of Mendocino                                              County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                     State of California                                                    Schedule 9
 2010                                          Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                              Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
      Function: 0                                                Budget Unit:    0491 STOP Act
      Activity: 0                                                      Fund:     4910 STOP Act

                                        2008-09       2008-09      2009-10        2009-10        2010-11          2010-11      2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget        Actuals      Budget          Actuals       Request         Recommend     Adopted
                    (1)                   (2)           (3)          (4)             (5)           (6)               (7)         (8)
                                                                                 as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 827801 Grant Revenue                                    2,685                       74,141        62,500            62,500      62,500
   Total Revenues                                 0      2,685               0       74,141        62,500            62,500      62,500

   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                                3,959                       36,107        20,776            20,776      20,776
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                     0                            0             0                 0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                                 564                        4,882         3,946             3,946       3,946
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                      234                        2,159         1,934             1,934       1,934
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                    55                          505           843               843         843
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                                238                        1,904         2,023             2,023       2,023
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                                 546                        2,977         2,908             2,908       2,908
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                    0                           11           147               147         147
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                                 0                          139           938               938         838
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0      5,597               0       48,686        33,515            33,515      33,415

   Services & Supplies
 862170 Office Expense                                       0                            0           600               600         600
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                           1,600                       23,146        22,000            22,000      22,000
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                                    0                        6,398         6,054             6,054       6,054
 862250 Trans/Travel                                         8                            0           331               331         331
   Total Services & Supplies                      0      1,608               0       29,543        28,985            28,985      28,985

   Total Net Appropriations                       0      7,205               0       78,229        62,500            62,500      62,400

   Total Fund Balance Contribution                0      4,520               0        4,088                0              0        (100)




County of Mendocino                                         D-42                                               2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
AT HOME......................................................................................4012/0494-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director

   ACCESS TO TREATMENT & HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MENDOCINO ENVIRONMENT
GRANT DESCRIPTION

AT HOME provides intensive case management and integrated treatment for homeless persons with both substance
abuse and mental health disorders, enhanced with primary health care, wrap-around services, and access to housing
resources to support client participation and retention in treatment.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   September 30, 2008

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Up to three additional one-year periods, with noncompetitive
                                                       reapplication

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes, with negotiated indirect cost rate agreement
    If yes, is there a maximum?                        Yes
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES              (full time equivalent)          Grant Funded             General Fund
Program Coordinator                    0.50                   100%                       0%
Fiscal Coordinator                     0.75                   100%                       0%
Substance Abuse Counselor              1.25                   100%                       0%
Data Clerk                             0.20                   100%                       0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 400,000
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 152,733
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies):              215,193
       Indirect Costs                                     32,074
       TOTAL                                           $ 400,000

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 400,000

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-43                                 2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
AT HOME......................................................................................4012/0494-GRANT
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

   ACCESS TO TREATMENT & HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MENDOCINO ENVIRONMENT
 State Controller                                  County of Mendocino                                           County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                   State of California                                                Schedule 9
 2010                                        Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                            Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
      Function: 0                                               Budget Unit:     0494 At Home
      Activity: 0                                                     Fund:      4940 At Home

                                        2008-09       2008-09      2009-10        2009-10        2010-11     2010-11     2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification     Budget        Actuals      Budget          Actuals       Request    Recommend    Adopted
                  (1)                     (2)           (3)          (4)             (5)           (6)          (7)        (8)
                                                                                 as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 827801 Grant Revenue                                  68,468                       366,796       426,228      426,228      426,228
   Total Revenues                                 0    68,468                0      366,796       426,228      426,228      426,228

   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                              49,964                        95,418       106,264      106,264      106,264
 861012 Extra Help                                          0                             0             0            0            0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                    0                           148             0            0            0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                              7,884                        13,026        15,261       15,261       15,261
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                   2,900                         5,579         6,380        6,380        6,380
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                  679                         1,305         1,492        1,492        1,492
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                             3,345                         4,764         6,810        6,810        6,810
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                              9,065                        15,153        19,552       19,552       19,552
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                  14                           265           595          595          595
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                              191                         2,864         2,761        2,761        2,468
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0    74,043                0      138,522       159,115      159,115      158,822

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                                      0                             0             0            0            0
 862101 Insurance - General                                 0                             0             0            0            0
 862120 Maint - Equip                                       0                             0             0            0            0
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Suppl                                0                             0           500          500          500
 862170 Office Expense                                     55                             1             0            0            0
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                                 0                            15         3,840        3,840        3,840
 862187 Education & Training                              367                           100             0            0            0
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                              0                       133,140       217,675      217,675      217,675
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                                 685                           192           200          200          200
 862230 Info Tech Equip                                     0                             0             0            0            0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                              17,896                        31,849        41,873       41,873       41,873
 862250 Trans/Travel                                      493                         1,697         1,000        1,000        1,000
 862253 Travel Out of County                                0                         1,531         2,025        2,025        2,025
   Total Services & Supplies                      0    19,496                0      168,525       267,113      267,113      267,113

   Other Charges
 863119 Supp/Care - Other                              30,363                       113,375            0            0
   Total Other Charges                            0    30,363                0      113,375            0            0              0

   Total Net Appropriations                       0   123,901                0      420,422       426,228      426,228      425,935

   Total Fund Balance Contribution                0    55,434                0       53,625            0            0         (293)




County of Mendocino                                             D-44                                        2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING ................................................................................. 4013
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DISCUSSION

Programs: The Mission of the Public Health Nursing            People: The Nursing Division will promote employee
Division of the Community Health Branch in the Health         skill development to foster autonomous functioning
and Human Services Agency is in partnership with the          within the scope of practice to support professional
community to safeguard and promote the health and             growth and support involvement in decision-making
wellness of the people of Mendocino County.                   activities related to their work.
      The Public Health Nursing Division oversees health
promotion and nursing activities, some state mandated,        MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10
some grant funded and some discretionary. Public
Health Nursing staff provide community and individual         Programs: The Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health
health assessments, health education for behavior             (MCAH) Program facilitates the Partnership for
change, interagency collaboration, disaster preparedness      Healthy Babies (PHB), addressing perinatal substance
and information regarding medical and health concerns.        abuse prevention. A Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
Public Health is mandated to investigate communicable         (FASD) for Caregivers course was developed and
disease reports and perform activities to protect the         presented by the Partnership for Health Babies partners
health of the public including the treatment of               and the Community Health Services in collaboration
individuals with active tuberculosis and other                with Mendocino College. The Partnership for Health
communicable diseases. Child and adult immunizations          Babies partners and the Community Health Services in
are provided in clinics by Public Health staff throughout     collaboration with FIRST 5 Mendocino have begun a
the County.                                                   community outreach plan to communicate that no
      Public Health Nurses are mandated to contact            marijuana is safe to use during pregnancy and that no
families and childcare providers who have experienced         alcohol is safe to drink during pregnancy. MCAH
a death from SIDS to provide an assessment, crisis            continued to provide county coordination for a Federal
intervention and counseling, referrals to community           Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Training grant
services and submit a report to the California SIDS           directed by a nationally renowned researcher,
Program. Grief support is also offered to others in the       involving local prenatal and pediatric providers.
community who experience the death of a child. Infants             The Immunization Program and Disaster
at risk for developmental delay due to medical or social      Prevention programs collaborated in a countywide
problems or perinatal chemical exposure are visited by        vaccine campaign against the pandemic H1N1
Public Health Nurses trained to assess and intervene          influenza disease. Approximately 4,000 H1N1
with parent education and refer to appropriate services.      vaccinations were administered to persons six months
Public Health Nurses also make home visits to provide         of age and older by the Public Health Nursing staff.
parent education about child growth and development,          The medical community in the county participated in
health, immunizations, nutrition, exercise and parenting      the vaccine campaign and collectively vaccinated
skills. Developmental screenings are performed and            approximately 11,000 of their patients. The H1N1
appropriate referrals made. Programs to assess the            vaccine was administered by mass vaccination clinics
health needs of women of childbearing age, children and       and smaller clinics in Ukiah, Willits and Fort Bragg
adolescents and to assure access to quality health            with the goal to mitigate and decrease widespread
services and provide case management services to              H1N1 influenza within Mendocino County.
pregnant women and teens are available through Public              Communicable Disease (CD) Program: From
Health Nursing. Nursing is involved in many                   Spring of 2009 through March 2010, 41 residents of
community and agency collaborations that address the          Mendocino County have been hospitalized with H1N1
health of individuals and the community.                      influenza and of these 41 persons there were four
Public Trust: Promote and protect the health of the           deaths. H1N1influenza surveillance continues and one
people of Mendocino County using knowledge from               method of surveillance included collaboration between
nursing, social and public health sciences.                   the CD program and the Mendocino County Office of
Practices: Provide population-based assessment, policy        Education to monitor Influenza Like Illness (ILI) in all
development and assurance processes and nursing               schools to track the disease during the 2009-2010
practices that are population focused and community           school year.
based.




County of Mendocino                                    D-45                                  2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING ................................................................................. 4013
                                             STACEY CRYER, Director


     Two pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) patients were              branches will be maximized. Due to budget constraints
reported to the Tuberculosis Control Program in 2009.           several Public Health Nursing positions are vacant
These individuals have either completed or continue to          necessitating changes to meet the Public Health
be treated with antibiotics for a period of six months to       Nursing needs of the community. Reporting
one year. 118 Latent TB Infected patients were seen in          relationships and scope of nursing practice issues will
TB clinic for treatment. These patients were infected           be examined and changes made to preserve the
with the tuberculosis bacteria but are not acutely ill with     integrity of the Nursing Practice Act.
the disease.                                                    Public Trust: The Public Health Nursing Division will
     The Field Nursing Program staff made 1264 home             enhance the health of the County of Mendocino
visits to provide a variety of valuable health related          through assessment, education, case management,
services to individuals and families, in addition 71            referral and interagency collaboration.
pregnant and parenting teens were provided case                 Practices: Nursing activities will include health
management services.                                            education, assessment of health care needs, case
     Numerous Public Health Nurses responded to                 management services to individuals and families who
childhood death through family and community contacts           are members of vulnerable populations and high risk
to provide education and support                                groups.
Public Trust: Many of the services and planning                 People: Nursing staff will provide essential input to
activities that the nursing staff were involved with            interdisciplinary programs and groups that provide
served to maximize its staffing and fiscal resources to         services to at risk populations.
provide the best possible integrated services to children,
families, adults, and the community as a whole in               CURRENT STAFFING
Mendocino County and this process will continue with
further agency formation.                                       To view staffing levels for this budget unit, see the
Practices: The public health nursing practices provided         Position Allocation Table located in this document
by the nursing staff promoted and protected the health          under the tab L. Position Allocation Table.
of clients, families and the community.
People: A smooth transition through coordination and            PROGRAM CHART
training of nursing staff was made that promoted the
high standard of care and continuation of vital services                   HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
in the Family Planning Program.                                                       STACEY CRYER
                                                                                      Interim Director

GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y 2010-11
                                                                                      COMMUNITY
Programs: Programs within the Public Health Nursing                                 HEALTH SERVICES
Division will monitor the health status of the all
individuals in the community by providing outreach to                               Public Health Nursing
assist individuals in accessing health and supportive
services. The Five Year Needs Assessment will be
                                                                                AIDS Project
utilized to develop plans to address identified capacity
                                                                                Breast and Cervical Cancer
needs and priorities such as overweight children and                            Treatment Program
youth, perinatal substance abuse, child abuse and                               Cancer Detection Programs –
neglect and health insurance access for children.                               Every Woman Counts!

      Mendocino County as part the Northern California                          California Nutrition Network

Immunization Registry of California (INNC) will be                              Child Death Review Team
                                                                                Communicable Diseases
directly linked to the California State Health                                  Investigation and Control
Department Immunization Branch so that any county in                            Field Nursing
California will be able to access immunization records                          Health Education
for an individual that has moved to their county from                           Comprehensive Perinatal
Northern California.                                                            Services Program

      As Health and Human Services Agency integration                           Pap Smear/Dysplasia/Sexually
                                                                                Transmitted Disease Clinics
efforts progress, resources available to sustain services,
create efficiencies, and support nursing staff in the



County of Mendocino                                      D-46                                        2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING ................................................................................. 4013
                                         STACEY CRYER, Director



SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Salaries & Employee Benefits
         Acct. 1011 Provides for 18.98 employees.
Services & Supplies
         Acct. 2239 Provides funding for TB related expense.
Revenues
         Acct. 5341 Provides for Public Health realignment revenues.
         Acct. 7700 Provides for administrative reimbursement from various grants.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO recommends funding as submitted by the department.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                 D-47                             2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
ADOLESCENT FAMILY LIFE PROGRAM...................................................4013-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) is to provide case management services to non Cal-
Learn (TANF) pregnant and parenting teens.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   December 1, 1996

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Public Health (federal funds)

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    State General fund allocations were terminated in 2009-10
                                                       State Budget. State still distributes Federal Title V funds and
                                                       processes claims for Federal Matching funds to local dollars

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum?                  Yes, up to 10% of Salaries
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                (full time equivalent)        Grant Funded           General Fund
Supervising Public Health Nurse          1.00                 100%                      0%
Staff Assistant II                       0.15                 100%                      0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $     65,495
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $  11,760
       Operating Expenses                                  5,453
       Indirect Costs                                     11,809
       TOTAL                                           $ 130,022

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 130,022

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  Not required, but is needed in order to draw down federal
                                                       match. The county match for personnel costs comes from
                                                       Budget Unit 4013 Realignment funds and County match for
                                                       indirect comes from internal support departments.
COUNTY MATCH AMOUNT                                    $64,527
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                        D-48                              2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MATERNAL CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM ..................................................4013-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this allocation is to assess the health needs of women of childbearing age, children and adolescents,
and to assure that they (especially those with low income) have access to quality maternal, child and adolescent
health services.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   Unknown

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Public Health (Federal funds)

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    State General fund allocations were terminated in 2009-10
                                                       State Budget. State still distributes Federal Title V funds and
                                                       processes claims for Federal Matching funds to local dollars

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum?                  Yes, up to 10% of Salaries
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES               (full time equivalent)         Grant Funded           General Fund
Senior Public Health Nurse              0.95                  100%                      0%
Public Health Nurse III                 0.66                  100%                      0%
Staff Assistant II                      0.10                  100%                      0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 180,943
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 192,115
       Operating Expenses                                  8,043
       Other Costs (Services and Supplies)                 3,000
       Indirect Costs                                     20,013
       TOTAL                                           $ 248,171

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 248,171

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  Not required, but is needed in order to draw down federal
                                                       match. The county match comes from Budget Unit 4013
                                                       Realignment funds
COUNTY MATCH AMOUNT                                    $67,228
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-49                                 2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING ................................................................................. 4013
                                                    STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                          County of Mendocino                                        County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                           State of California                                              Schedule 9
 2010                                                Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                    Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
     Function: 4 Health & Sanitation                                 Budget Unit:    4013 Public Health Nursing
     Activity: 401 Health and Sanitation - Health                          Fund:     1100 County General

                                        2008-09         2008-09        2009-10        2009-10        2010-11       2010-11      2010-11
    Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget          Actuals        Budget          Actuals       Request      Recommend     Adopted
                 (1)                      (2)             (3)            (4)             (5)           (6)            (7)         (8)
                                                                                     as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 824200 Rent/Concession                         0               0               0         2,250          3,000          3,000       3,000
 825150 Motor Vehicle in Lieu                   0         671,976               0       561,217              0              0           0
 825341 Realignment Hlth Svcs             975,104         638,174       1,187,505       522,357      1,220,456      1,220,456   1,214,392
 825490 State Other                       290,496         312,079         317,736       307,699        305,938        305,938     291,057
 825670 Federal Other                           0               0               0             0              0              0           0
 826282 Lab Fee                            85,236          31,657               0             0              0              0           0
 826300 Nursing Fee                        42,335          43,010          24,713        28,019         20,000         20,000      22,980
 826390 Other Charges                     250,000         203,795         179,000       183,601        200,000        200,000     200,000
 827600 Other Sales                        14,000           8,664               0         1,406              0              0           0
 827700 Other                             203,646         162,334               0             0              0              0           0
 827707 Donation                            9,568          16,383          16,500        18,530         20,000         20,000      20,000
 827801 Grant Revenue                           0               0               0        15,682              0              0           0
 827802 Oper Transfer In                        0           5,000               0             0              0              0           0
   Total Revenues                       1,870,385       2,093,072       1,725,454     1,640,760      1,769,394      1,769,394   1,751,429

   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees               1,262,277      1,292,435        1,091,092       958,051      1,097,210      1,097,210   1,084,534
 861012 Extra Help                         20,343          1,739                0         (126)              0              0           0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                   13,052         15,674                0         3,061              0              0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                172,014        176,932          139,018       129,911        152,126        152,126     150,516
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                      74,055         72,264           62,007        55,183         64,273         64,273      63,514
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                   18,591         17,703           14,821        13,003         15,031         15,031      14,854
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                73,279         74,381           51,610        47,517         67,968         67,968      67,242
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                219,519        204,087          189,161       159,970        164,934        164,934     164,934
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                   1,759          2,302            2,839         3,125          7,770          7,770       7,770
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp               37,585         40,434           44,214        41,519         44,999         44,999      36,737
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits   1,892,474      1,897,950        1,594,762     1,411,213      1,614,311      1,614,311   1,590,101

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                      9,056         13,013           11,520          10,015      12,130         12,130      12,310
 862090 Household Expense                   2,500          3,301            3,350           7,072       7,500          7,500       7,500
 862101 Insurance - General                12,867         14,344           11,852          12,595      13,586         13,586      13,851
 862109 Insurance Other                     2,939          7,171            7,000           2,261       2,261          2,261       2,261
 862120 Maint - Equip                       5,608          6,167              265               0           0              0           0
 862130 Maint Strc/Impr/Grnds                   0              0                0           4,017       5,000          5,000       5,000
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Supls               36,657         11,219           10,334           6,564       5,000          5,000       8,000
 862150 Memberships                         1,350          1,375            1,350           1,525       1,100          1,100       1,650
 862170 Office Expense                     40,300         19,668           24,100           7,389      15,700         15,700      15,250
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                     0          3,923                0             358           0              0           0
 862187 Education & Training                4,735          2,629            2,515             913       2,450          2,450       2,450




County of Mendocino                                                 D-50                                         2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING ................................................................................. 4013
                                                STACEY CRYER, Director

                                    2008-09       2008-09       2009-10         2009-10        2010-11       2010-11      2010-11
    Financing Uses Classification
                                    Budget        Actuals       Budget           Actuals       Request      Recommend     Adopted
                 (1)                  (2)           (3)           (4)              (5)           (6)            (7)         (8)
                                                                               as of 6/30/10
 862188 Printing                       1,100             0                 0             0          100            100           0
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other        20,472        16,811           216,681      271,200       225,669        225,669     228,069
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                200           646               700           130            0              0           0
 862230 Info Tech Equip                4,676             6                 0             0            0              0           0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense             29,000       192,505           155,950      160,948       173,408        173,408     221,425
 862250 Trans/Travel                  19,999        21,477            16,620       16,967        16,778         16,778      17,178
 862253 Travel Out of County          50,694         3,872             8,300         1,602        3,900          3,900       3,900
 862260 Utilities                          0        44,590            43,000       15,484        16,450         16,450      16,450
   Total Services & Supplies         242,153       362,716           513,537      519,040       501,032        501,032     555,294

   Other Charges
 863113 Pmt Other Gov Agency          17,923        26,784                 0            0             0              0      79,711
 863280 Contr Other Agency            22,450        12,068            25,000       18,986        25,000         25,000      25,000
   Total Other Charges                40,373        38,852            25,000       18,986        25,000         25,000     104,711

   Expend Transfer & Reimb
 865380 Intrafund Transfer           (79,666)      (34,438)      (182,896)      (161,195)      (146,000)      (146,000)   (194,017)
 865802 Oper Transfer Out                   0             0              0              0              0              0           0
   Total Expend Transfer & Reimb     (79,666)      (34,438)      (182,896)      (161,195)      (146,000)      (146,000)   (194,017)

   Total Net Appropriations         2,095,334     2,265,081      1,950,403      1,788,043      1,994,343      1,994,343   2,056,089

   Total Net County Cost             224,949       172,009           224,949      147,283       224,949        224,949     304,660




County of Mendocino                                           D-51                                         2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
WOMEN, INFANTS, AND CHILDREN PROGRAM (WIC) .................4013/0418-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the program is to improve and maintain the health of income eligible (185% or less of the Federal
Poverty Level, or Medi-Cal) pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants and children less than 5 years
of age who have a nutritional need. The program provides special checks for specific, nutritious foods; nutrition
assessment and education; and breastfeeding education and support to assist with growth and development during
these times of critical need.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   June 1975

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   October 1, 2010 – September 30, 2011 (FFY)

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        U. S. Department of Agriculture through the
                                                       California State Department of Health Services

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Ongoing annual allocation

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
         If yes, is there a maximum?                   10% of Salaries only (no Benefits)
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES               (full time equivalent)         Grant Funded                General Fund
Program Administrator                      1.00               100%                          0%
Nutritionist                              2.20                100%                          0%
Health Program Eligibility Worker          6.00               100%                          0%
Staff Assistant I                          1.00               100%                          0%
Staff Assistant II                         0.50               100%                          0%
Deputy Director Public Health Nursing      0.05               100%                          0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 960,915
Expenditures
        Personnel:                                     $ 772,101
        Operating Expenses:                              100,790
        Other Costs: (subcontract)                        12,000
        Indirect Costs:                                   76,024
        TOTAL                                          $ 960,915

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 960,915

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-52                                2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
WOMEN, INFANTS, AND CHILDREN PROGRAM (WIC) .................4013/0418-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                     County of Mendocino                                           County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                      State of California                                                 Schedule 9
 2010                                           Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                               Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
      Function: 0                                                  Budget Unit:    0418 Women, Infants, Children
      Activity: 0                                                        Fund:     4180 Women, Infants, Children

                                         2008-09       2008-09       2009-10          2009-10      2010-11       2010-11     2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                         Budget        Actuals       Budget           Actuals      Request      Recommend    Adopted
                    (1)                    (2)           (3)           (4)               (5)         (6)            (7)        (8)
                                                                                   as of 6/30/10
    Revenues
 827801 Grant Revenue                                  773,449                          723,783     974,352        974,352   1,070,008
    Total Revenues                                 0   773,449                 0        723,783     974,352        974,352   1,070,008

    Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                              406,321                          390,290     542,111        542,111     548,892
 861012 Extra Help                                      11,892                                0           0              0           0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                 1,572                            2,115           0              0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                              55,362                           50,771      74,236         74,236      75,210
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                   22,132                           21,569      30,946         30,946      31,366
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                 5,801                            5,403       7,595          7,595       7,694
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                             23,490                           18,528      33,113         33,113      33,547
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                              62,018                           67,296      72,888         72,888      76,561
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                  426                              634       1,219          1,219       1,219
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                             3,747                            2,726      11,979         11,979       9,782
    Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0   592,761                 0        559,331     774,087        774,087     784,271

    Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                                  16,713                           21,147      21,840         21,840      25,000
 862090 Household Expense                                    0                            1,861           0              0           0
 862101 Insurance - General                              2,270                            1,542       2,740          2,740       2,686
 862130 Maint - Strc/Impr/Grnds                              0                            1,873           0              0       2,000
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Suppl                               620                              220         100            100         300
 862150 Memberships                                        200                                0           0              0           0
 862170 Office Expense                                  35,641                           31,111      58,500         58,500      58,500
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                                894                                0           0              0           0
 862187 Education & Training                            33,497                            4,760       6,000          6,000       6,000
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                          14,899                           19,658      12,000         12,000      15,000
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                                  762                            1,433       3,000          3,000       3,000
 862210Rent/Lease Bldg Grds                                120                              360       1,000          1,000       1,000
 862230 Info Tech Equip                                 31,901                                0           0              0           0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                                5,408                           53,739      78,585         78,585      90,000
 862250 Trans/Travel                                     6,973                            7,147       8,000          8,000      10,000
 862253 Travel Out of County                             7,312                            5,526       1,000          1,000      10,000
 862260 Utilities                                          371                            7,790       7,500          7,500      10,000
    Total Services & Supplies                      0   157,580                 0        158,166     200,265        200,265     233,486

    Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                                                                              0          0              0      50,000
    Total Fixed Assets                             0         0                 0               0          0              0      50,000

    Total Net Appropriations                       0   750,341                 0        717,498     974,352        974,352   1,067,757

    Total Fund Balance Contribution                0   (23,108)                0         (6,286)          0              0     (2,251)




County of Mendocino                                               D-53                                        2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
FAMILY PLANNING/HIV SERVICES................................................4013/0488-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

This Budget Unit includes six distinctive programs serving men and women of Mendocino County:
1) Federal and State supported Family Planning services is the primary program, it provides clinical and
educational family planning services to assist parents in planning for the number and spacing of children and
selecting the birth control method by which those objectives may be achieved (excluding abortion). STD testing,
prevention education, and treatment are included. Federal Title X Family Planning funds are applied for annually
from the California Family Health Counsel. (CHFC, Title X recipient for Calif.), with periodic competitive
applications. CY 2011 is a competitive grant year.
2) The Cancer Detection Program/Every Woman Counts (Federal funds through the State), which provides breast
and cervical cancer screening services for age and income eligible women who are not eligible for State/Federal
Family Planning services, with referral to the Breast & Cervical Treatment Program if needed.
3) Provides annual exams and cervical cancer screening for women not eligible for State/Federal Family Planning
services due to menopause or sterilization, or for the Cancer Detection Program due to age, Medi-Cal, or other
program requirements.
4) Provides STD prevention, screening, and treatment services for those not eligible for State/Federal Family
Planning services due to income, age, or sterilization.
5) The CARE Program is a grant used to provide funds for subcontractors for case management, benefits
counseling, and emergency assistance for food and transportation for people with HIV/AIDS.
6) The HIV/AIDS Program operates with a grant consisting of two separate allocations.
     1. The Surveillance and Epidemiology allocation tracks the HIV/AIDS epidemic locally and reports cases to
          the State Office of AIDS.
     2. The AIDS Drug Assistance program enrolls people with HIV/AIDS into this program, which allows access
          to specific medications.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   December 1, 1973

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   January 1, 2010 – December 31, 2010 (Title X)
                                                       April 1, 2010 – March 31, 2010      (CARE)
                                                       July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2010        (HIV/AIDS)

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        Federal Title X (through contract with the California Family
                                                       Health Council); fee-for-service billing to the State
                                                       Department of Health Services Family PACT program, Cancer
                                                       Detection Program/Every Woman Counts, and Medi-Cal;
                                                       County funds; private and sliding scale fees, and limited
                                                       private insurance billing. The CARE Program and HIV/AIDS
                                                       grants are funded through the State Department of Public
                                                       Health.

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Application for CY 2011 Title X funds will be available in
                                                       April of 2010. Ongoing allocations for the CARE and
                                                       HIV/AIDS grants are possible with annual applications.

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
         If yes, is there a maximum?                   Yes, up to 18.7% of non-patient care
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes




County of Mendocino                                     D-54                                  2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
FAMILY PLANNING/HIV SERVICES ................................................4013/0488-GRANT
                                            STACEY CRYER, Director


          The California Family Health Council (Title X) contract for Calendar Year (CY) 2010 states “Agencies that
utilize non-Department of Health and Human Services approved rates (i.e. state, county, local government rates) are
limited to their actual rate or 18.7% of total direct costs less capital equipment, subcontracts, and patient care,
whichever is less.” For indirect costs to be applied to the contract funds, a copy of the indirect cost rate would need
to accompany the grant application for CY 2011 to be completed in June 2010
      The CARE grant reimburses for defined services rendered. There is no allowance for indirect costs, and the
budget includes the maximum amount.
      The Surveillance and AIDS Drug Assistance programs are for direct services only and do not allow for indirect
costs.

EMPLOYEES                 (full time equivalent)      Grant Funded            General Fund
Health Program Technician                  2.00              100%                       0%
Prevention Services Coordinator            0.26              100%                       0%
Nurse Practitioner                         1.52              100%                       0%
Program Manager                            1.00              100%                       0%
Senior Program Specialist                  1.00              100%                       0%
Public Health Laboratory Technician        0.25              100%                       0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                              $ 938,223
Expenditures
       Personnel:                                     $ 500,502
       Operating Expenses:                              304,012
       Indirect Costs:                                  133,709
       TOTAL                                          $ 938,223

Total Projected Program Costs =                       $ 938,223

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                 No, however, realignment funds are used to support the
                                                      program. $127,000 of the budget is from Federal Title X
                                                      funding, the balance is from fee-for-service billing to the State
                                                      Family PACT and Medi-Cal programs and from realignment
                                                      funds. $207,669 of realignment funds is included in the above
                                                      budget.
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                            Yes




County of Mendocino                                     D-55                                  2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
FAMILY PLANNING/HIV SERVICES................................................4013/0488-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                     County of Mendocino                                         County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                      State of California                                               Schedule 9
 2010                                           Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                               Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
      Function: 0                                                  Budget Unit:    0488 Family Planning
      Activity: 0                                                        Fund:     4880 Family Planning

                                         2008-09       2008-09       2009-10         2009-10       2010-11     2010-11     2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification      Budget        Actuals       Budget          Actuals       Request    Recommend    Adopted
                  (1)                      (2)           (3)           (4)              (5)          (6)          (7)        (8)
                                                                                   as of 6/30/10
    Revenues
 825490 State Other                                          0                               0           0             0     530,398
 827707 Donation                                             0                               0           0             0         500
 827800 Other                                            1,712                           2,338       2,000         2,000       2,000
 827801 Grant Revenue                                  596,803                         940,105     650,780       650,780     287,256
 827802 Oper Transfer In                                     0                               0           0             0           0
 827805 Medi-Cal                                        58,839                          53,859      60,500        60,500      75,500
 827806 Patient Revenue                                  9,225                           8,256       9,200         9,200       9,200
 827810 Insurance Payment                                1,200                           1,306       2,100         2,100       2,600
 827811 EWC                                             16,220                          18,593      16,000        16,000      20,000
    Total Revenues                                 0   683,999                 0     1,024,458     740,580       740,580     927,454

    Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                              336,102                         329,031     354,847       354,847     373,991
 861012 Extra Help                                       5,770                               0           0             0      30,000
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                                 1,024                             233           0             0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                              49,603                          46,941      51,121        51,121      53,527
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                                   19,567                          19,276      21,468        21,468      21,992
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                                 4,676                           4,508       5,883         5,883       5,934
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                             21,042                          17,131      20,219        20,219      23,887
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                              48,718                          49,932      40,230        40,230      54,594
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                                1,439                           2,179       3,948         3,948       4,078
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                             9,282                           3,017       2,787         2,787       2,513
    Total Salaries & Employee Benefits             0   497,223                 0       472,249     500,503       500,503     570,516

    Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                                    1,986                          2,410       2,700         2,700       3,200
 862090 Household Expense                                 1,479                          1,375       1,500         1,500       2,500
 862101 Insurance - General                               3,458                          1,793       2,026         2,026       2,074
 862109 Insurance - Other                                 6,900                          1,522       2,000         2,000       2,000
 862120 Maint - Equip                                        95                            224           0             0         250
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Suppl                           112,879                         144,221     135,000       135,000     210,000
 862150 Memberships                                         591                            799           0             0         800
 862170 Office Expense                                  10,904                          10,235       7,875         7,875      10,340
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                               6,226                          6,585       6,000         6,000       7,600
 862187 Education & Training                            (3,001)                            215         300           300         300
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                          71,621                          78,425      62,819        62,819      72,525
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                                 2,999                          1,479       1,500         1,500       1,500
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                                 1,729                        199,730     218,776       218,776     240,280
 862250 Trans/Travel                                      2,758                            897         500           500       1,770
 862253 Travel Out of County                              1,797                            733         750           750       1,900
 862260 Utilities                                           680                          6,727       6,000         6,000       7,000
    Total Services & Supplies                      0   223,101                 0       457,371     447,746       447,746     564,039




County of Mendocino                                               D-56                                       2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
FAMILY PLANNING/HIV SERVICES................................................4013/0488-GRANT
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director

                                     2008-09       2008-09     2009-10         2009-10       2010-11       2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification   Budget        Actuals     Budget          Actuals       Request      Recommend     Adopted
                 (1)                   (2)           (3)         (4)              (5)          (6)            (7)         (8)
                                                                             as of 6/30/10
    Expend Transfer & Reimb
 865380 Intrafund Transfers                              0                              0    (207,669)      (207,669)   (207,669)
    Total Expend Transfer & Reimb              0         0               0              0    (207,669)      (207,669)   (207,669)

   Total Net Appropriations                    0   720,324               0       929,619      740,580        740,580     926,886

   Total Fund Balance Contribution             0    36,325               0      (94,839)            0              0        (568)




County of Mendocino                                          D-57                                        2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ..................................................................... 4016
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DISCUSSION                                            retrospective medical control of EMS personnel and
                                                              providers.
Programs: Mendocino County’s Emergency Medical                     Development of standards, policies, and
Services serves, in part with and as an extension of,         procedures for provision of all aspects of an EMS
Coastal Valleys Emergency Medical Services (EMS)              system, including medical field treatment protocols.
Agency. Together they provide oversight and support to             Updating the local EMS plan and transmitting it
the County’s pre-hospital emergency service care              and other information to the State annually.
providers, such as ambulance services, air-ambulance               Data collection & evaluation.
companies, dispatch agencies, fire departments, and first          Implementation of the Mendocino County
responders (Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)              Emergency Medical Response Ordinance.
and Paramedics, etc.)                                              Investigation and review of complaints or
      Designated in 1994 to serve as our Local EMS            allegations of wrongdoing within the EMS system.
Agency (LEMSA), Coastal Valleys Emergency Medical                  Public education and information programs
Services Agency, located in Santa Rosa, is a division of      regarding E-911 & emergency ambulance usage.
the Sonoma County Public Health Department. Under             People: Mendocino County EMS staff and Coastal
Section 1797.200 of the Health and Safety Code; a             Valleys EMS Region Agency staff maintain effective,
County, which chooses to develop an Emergency                 respectful and efficient relationships with EMS system
Medical Services (EMS) program, must designate a              stakeholders within Mendocino County, throughout the
local EMS agency. The “Coastal Valleys EMS Region”            Coastal Valley EMS region and with key stakeholders
composes of Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma counties.             of neighboring counties.
      Coastal Valleys EMS Agency, as Mendocino                      As a region, Coastal Valleys EMS Agency must
County’s Local EMS Agency (LEMSA), is responsible             have a Regional EMS Medical Director (per Health
for planning, implementing and evaluating the local           and Safety Code Section 1797.202), and currently that
EMS system; this includes education levels for                position is held by a Mendocino County doctor. The
certifications, monitoring response times by providers,       EMS Medical Director’s role includes establishing and
ambulance inspections, and more.                              maintaining a program for medical control of the local
Public Trust: The County’s Local EMS Agency is                EMS system; overseeing the development of triage and
mandated by the State to implement and enforce the            transfer protocols to facilitate prompt deliver of
provisions of Health and Safety Code, Division 2.5 and        patients to appropriate designated facilities; and
Title 22 California Code of Regulations Division 9, to        establish policies and procedures for medical direction.
promote effective and efficient pre-hospital emergency
care to the citizens of the County.                           MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10
      One of the responsibilities of the County is to
implement and enforce Chapter 9.05 of the Mendocino           Programs: Enforced local EMS policies and
County Code, known as the Emergnecy Medical                   procedures, and monitored all patient care providers
Response Ordinance (EMRO).                                    participating in the Vital Patient Care Report system.
Practices:                                                    Automated External Defibrillator (AED) program for
     Certification/Re-certification/Accreditation      of     19 county facilities was developed and implementation
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics that             initiated.
serve Mendocino County.                                       Public Trust: Contracted with the consulting firm of
     Approval and monitoring of Emergency Medical             Fitch & Associates to conduct a county-wide
Service training programs.                                    sustainability study that would provide a professional
     Approval and monitoring of base hospitals: Ukiah         overview of the strengths and weaknesses of the
Valley Medical Center (Ukiah); Frank Howard Hospital          Mendocino County Emergency Medical Services.
(Willits); and Mendocino Coast District Hospital (Fort        Practices: Within the County of Mendocino there were
Bragg).                                                       over 135 EMS responder applicants processed in
     Consult on medical evacuation aspects of disaster        calendar year 2009; county-wide there were 12,500
planning.                                                     EMS calls (nearly 10% increase from 2009); county-
     Continued Quality Improvement (CQI) and                  wide coordination and communication amongst the 24
Continued Quality Assurance (CQA) of the Emergency            fire departments, 3 hospitals, 8 ambulance providers
Medical System; ensuring both prospective and                 and 2 air ambulance providers that provide services to
                                                              the people of Mendocino County.



County of Mendocino                                    D-58                                  2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ..................................................................... 4016
                                          STACEY CRYER, Director


People: Participation on the following Mendocino                 Ensure all first responders, providers and ancillary
County Committees: Emergency Medical Care                   service providers in the EMS system are
Committee; Emergency Medical Care Education and             knowledgeable in disaster preparedness plans and
CQI Sub-committees; Gang of Five/Homeland Security          operations.
Committee; County Communications Committee; Child                Ensure complete and competent dispatch services
Death Review Committee; Mendocino County Traffic            for EMS related incidents.
Safety Coalition Committee; Health and Human                Practices:
Services Agency Safety Committee; Mendocino County               Develop uniform medical recordkeeping by EMS
Fire Chiefs’ Association; Medical Advisory Committee;       providers leading to enhanced EMS system data
Redwood Regional Disaster Preparedness Committee;           analysis.
as well as local agency and Health and Human Service             Review, revise, and update the County Ambulance
Agency committees as needed.                                Ordinance.
                                                                 Review, revise and update Coastal Valley EMS
GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y 2010-11                            Agency regional policies, procedures and protocols
                                                            and ensure compatibility with Mendocino County’s
Programs: Develop a long-term, sustainable plan for         unique system demands.
Mendocino County EMS that will take the County                   Review and revise County medical disaster plans
beyond 2010, and continue to develop Mendocino              with all partners.
County EMS subsidy plan in conjunction with the                  Conduct regularly scheduled disaster exercises,
Executive Office, the Board of Supervisors, and all         both tabletop and functional countywide.
partners.                                                        Greater participation in State OES Region II as the
     Strengthen an EMS for Children (EMS-C) program         Mendocino County Medical/Health Operational Area
in Mendocino County, and maintain the EMS for               Coordinator (MHOAC).
Children (EMS-C) guidelines in conjunction with the         People:
regional EMS Agency EMS-C program, funded by a                   Working with the Executive Office, and regional
grant from the State of California EMS Authority.           Coastal Valleys EMS Agency staff, develop an EMS
     Continue development of standards and procedures       Working Group that will review the current system and
for EMS call handling by dispatch centers, to include       assess ongoing and future needs.
Continued Quality Improvement (CQI) by stakeholders              Continue proactive representation of Mendocino
and systematic reporting formats.                           County in State OES Region II.
     Optimal facilitation of the vital disbursement of           Develop excellence in the Mendocino County
funding (available through Senate Bill 1773 Funds, and      EMS system through greater stakeholder participation
MADDY Funding through Assembly Bills 12 and 612)            in system analysis and improvement.
to eligible Mendocino County stakeholder support of              Continue to build consistent and cohesive working
pediatric trauma care in Mendocino County.                  relationships with Hospital Preparedness, Emergency
Public Trust:                                               Services, and other County stakeholders for effective
     Enforcement of regulations mandating the practices     execution of tasks in countywide or MCI events.
of first responders serving the people of Mendocino
County.                                                     CURRENT STAFFING
     Ensure compliance of EMS policies, procedures,
ordinances, and laws.                                       To view staffing levels for this budget unit, see the
     Enforcement of the County Ambulance provisions         Position Allocation Table located in this document
under the Mendocino County Medical Response                 under the tab L. Position Allocation Table.
Ordinance (Chapter 9.05).
     Integration of State regulatory changes into local
EMS policy and procedures, including conducting
criminal offender record history background checks on
EMTs.
     Continue participation in, and advocacy for,
Mendocino County in all Coastal Valley EMS Agency
regional EMS system planning and activities.




County of Mendocino                                  D-59                                  2010-11 Final Budget
           HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ..................................................................... 4016
                                       STACEY CRYER, Director


SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Salaries & Employee Benefits
         Acct. 1011            Provides funding for 1 position.
Services & Supplies
         Acct. 2239            Provides for medical supplies.
Other Charges
         Acct. 3280            Provides funding for payment to Sonoma County for EMS services.
Revenues
         Acct. 3204            Provides for the EMS share of revenue received from a $3 assessment levied on
                               certain Vehicle Code fines and forfeitures.
        Accts.   5472 & 6361   Provides for per-call fees paid by ambulance companies and local hospitals.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO recommends funding as submitted by the department.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                D-60                              2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ..................................................................... 4016
                                                    STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                          County of Mendocino                                       County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                           State of California                                             Schedule 9
 2010                                                Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                    Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
     Function: 4 Health & Sanitation                                  Budget Unit:   4016 Emergency Medical Services
     Activity: 401 Health and Sanitation - Health                           Fund:    1100 County General

                                           2008-09        2008-09       2009-10       2009-10         2010-11      2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                           Budget         Actuals       Budget         Actuals        Request     Recommend     Adopted
                  (1)                        (2)            (3)           (4)            (5)            (6)           (7)         (8)
                                                                                     as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 821110 Curr Secured Prop Tax               160,332         161,103       160,332          165,473     160,332       160,332    160,332
 821120 Curr Unsec Prop Tax                   4,686           5,469         4,686             5,654      4,686         4,686      4,686
 821130 Supplemental Roll Tax                 5,170           2,675         5,170             1,069      5,170         5,170      5,170
 821210 Prior Sec Prop Tax                        0           (915)             0           (1,770)          0             0          0
 821220 Prior Unsec Prop Tax                     77             225            77               317         77            77         77
 821700 Hwy Prop Rental                           0               0             0                 1          0             0          0
 823204 Misc Court Fine                      67,486           5,639        61,154           38,671      76,965        76,965     89,407
 825398 SB90 Reimb                                0               0             0                 0          0             0          0
 825472 County Hospital                      22,325          22,306        22,325           17,756      21,000        21,000     21,000
 825481 Homeowner Exemption                   1,814           1,778         1,814             1,772      1,814         1,814      1,814
 826360 Educational Services                  6,000           3,795         2,000             3,130          0             0          0
 826361 EMS Per Call Fee                     22,325          27,504        22,325           23,390      14,500        14,500     14,500
 826390 Other Charges                       131,823         125,376       151,885          122,832     118,644       118,644    118,644
 827700 Other                                   509           4,575           509               454        509           509        509
 827801 Grant Revenue                             0               0             0           15,273           0             0          0
   Total Revenues                           422,547         359,529       432,277          394,020     403,697       403,697    416,139

   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                    30,630          26,766        90,732           58,133      56,472         56,472    20,615
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                          0               0             0              691           0              0         0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                    4,377           3,835        17,115            8,067       8,110          8,110     1,824
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                         1,899           1,561         7,625            3,415       3,297          3,297       994
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                        444             365         1,784              799         771            771       693
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                   1,859           1,627         6,279            2,944       3,619          3,619       863
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                        0           4,301        16,671           11,162       9,999          9,999     2,000
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                        39              39             0                0       2,837          2,837     2,837
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                    455             455         1,802            1,802       4,821          4,821     3,937
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits        39,703          38,949       142,008           87,012      89,926         89,926    33,763

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                        3,000           1,777         3,000            2,529       2,295          2,295     1,670
 862101 Insurance - General                     860             860           535              535         611            611       594
 862109 Insurance - Other                    15,858               0             0                0           0              0         0
 862120 Maint Equip                               0          13,886        11,050           12,224      11,050         11,050    11,050
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Supls                 40,324             594         8,375           34,342       8,375          8,375     8,375
 862150 Memberships                             300               0           300                0         300            300       300
 862170 Office Expense                        5,000           2,369         3,500            2,364       1,500          1,500     1,500
 862187 Education & Training                  1,000               0         1,000              762         850            850       850
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other                    0          18,333             0           36,667           0              0         0
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                       900             279           900              280         300            300       300




County of Mendocino                                               D-61                                           2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ..................................................................... 4016
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director

                                     2008-09    2008-09    2009-10      2009-10        2010-11      2010-11     2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                     Budget     Actuals    Budget        Actuals       Request     Recommend    Adopted
                  (1)                  (2)        (3)        (4)           (5)           (6)           (7)        (8)
                                                                       as of 6/30/10
 862200 Rent/Lease - Equip                  0      7,672           0             0       13,000        13,000    13,000
 862210 Rent/Lease - Bldg Grnds        13,000          0      13,000             0            0             0         0
 862220 Small Tool/Instrument           1,000          0       1,000             0        2,500         2,500     2,500
 862230 Info Tech Equip                    75      1,014           0             0            0             0         0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense               2,200      4,436       4,920       16,332        11,800        11,800    11,800
 862250 Trans/Travel                      500         62       1,500         2,792        3,300         3,300     1,000
 862253 Travel Out of County            3,000          0       3,000            17        1,000         1,000     1,000
 862260 Utilities                       1,500        186         418         1,121        1,000         1,000         0
   Total Services & Supplies           88,517     51,466      52,498      109,966        57,881        57,881    53,939

   Other Charges
 863113 Pmt Other Gov Agency          409,000    357,293     428,620      395,489       437,192       437,192   437,192
 863117 Emergency Response                  0          0           0            0             0             0         0
 863119 Supp/Care - Other              18,000      5,639      18,000       38,671        28,000        28,000    28,000
 863280 Contr Other Agency            139,986     90,986      47,520       48,449             0             0    48,639
   Total Other Charges                566,986    453,918     494,140      482,609       465,192       465,192   513,831

   Total Net Appropriations           695,206    544,333     688,646      679,587       612,999       612,999   601,533

   Total Net County Cost              272,659    184,804     256,369      285,567       209,302       209,302   185,394




County of Mendocino                                   D-62                                        2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH .................................................................................4050
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DISCUSSION

Programs: The Mendocino County Mental Health                          To      achieve     transparent   and     effective
Branch (MHB) serves the people of Mendocino County               communication, open, honest, direct and respectful
whose lives are affected by serious and chronic mental           communication will be the standard for interactions
illness. The Branch strives to deliver services in a             with each other, with clients and with the community.
respectful, responsive and efficient manner and with             Transparency requires that information will be
sensitivity to cultural diversity.                               available to staff and it will be clear, how and why
      The goal is to educate staff, individuals, families        decisions are made.
and the community about mental illness and the hopeful                Program accountability services will be provided
possibilities of treatment and recovery. Those served are        through a system incorporating outcome evaluation, to
supported in the effort to maximize independent living           ensure accountability for resource management and
and to improve quality of life through community-based           adherence to regulatory and statutory compliance.
treatment.                                                            The Mental Health Branch continues to participate
      In collaboration with other agencies, the aim is to        in the Mental Health Board and the Mental Health
maximize the resources available and attend to concerns          Services Act (MHSA) Stakeholders committee to
for the safety of individuals and the community.                 examine what is working for clients and where
      Staff strives to manage fiscal resources effectively       changes can be explored that would better meet the
and responsibly while ensuring that productivity and             needs of clients. The Branch managers actively
efficiency are important organizational values, which            participate in community meetings and forums
results in maximum benefits for all concerned.                   focusing on housing, health care, employment and
Programs of the Mental Health Branch include:                    educational needs of mutual clients.
     Psychiatric Emergency Services - Countywide                 Practices: Federal and/or State laws mandate all of the
     Adult assessment and case management for the                ongoing services provided by the Branch. Federal and
chronically and seriously mentally ill                           State codes and regulations set eligibility criteria and
     Therapeutic and case management services to                 support services for each program; funding allocations
youth and their families                                         from the State limit the levels of service and staffing
      “Wraparound” Services to families with children            available. The budgeting process for MediCal funding
experiencing serious emotional disturbance                       is challenged by the State’s complex and years’ long
     School based day treatment programs for identified          auditing procedures.
students                                                              The most current legislation just recently codified
     Early intervention to Birth-to-Five Children                into law requires Mental Health to adopt a recovery-
     Medication assessments and ongoing monitoring to            based model which requires active participation from
clients of the Branch                                            clients whenever possible. Frequently the capacity of
     Integrated Homeless Services outreach and                   the individual requires medical intervention model
engagement                                                       with the intent to transition to recovery as the client
     Full-Service Partnerships as identified/funded in           becomes well enough to actively participate.
Mental Health Services Act                                       People: The Health and Human Services Agency
     Peer mentoring/drop-in center(s)                            (HHSA) acknowledges the value of its employees and
     Quality Assurance & Improvement/Mental Health               will seek to maximize those aspects of the work
Plan oversight for MediCal Utilization & Client benefits         environment that support employee health, satisfaction
eligibility                                                      and positive morale. HHSA will aim to retain valued
Public Trust: Principals of public trust are first, cultural     staff, through skills development opportunities, greater
competency and respecting differences. The agency will           involvement in decision-making and expanded scope
support and develop the ability of staff to work                 of responsibility. Staff will have opportunities to
effectively in diverse and multi-cultural environments,          participate in decisions related to their work, since
through policies, programs and actions that                      their knowledge and understanding are valuable to the
communicate respect for the dignity of all people, and           organization. Staff will be provided training and work
second,      through      transparent    and      effective      opportunities that support personal and professional
communication.                                                   growth. The Mental Health Branch actively hires and
                                                                 supports mental health consumers as required by State
                                                                 regulations.



County of Mendocino                                       D-63                                  2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH .................................................................................4050
                                             STACEY CRYER, Director


MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10

Programs:                                                             AT HOME – The AT HOME project was awarded
     PROBATION ALTERNATIVES WITH COUNSELING AND                 with Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
EDUCATION - PACE – Through a concerted effort from              Administration (SAMHSA) funding, which will
Probation, Mental Health, Education, and Alcohol and            establish an integrated Alcohol and Other
Other Drug Program, the enrollment in this program has          Drug/behavioral health program for homeless
continued to increase to fiscally support the required          individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and
staffing. The addition of Family Strengths                      mental health disorders.
“Wraparound” services to non-MediCal youth has also                   FORENSIC TREATMENT – Established an integrated
increased the financial support for the program,                HHSA forensic treatment and re-entry program that
reducing the historical use of Children’s System of Care        reduced the recidivism rate at the jail.
(CSOC) trust funds.                                                   HOSPITAL TREATMENT – Reduced the number of
     EARLY INTERVENTION FOR BIRTH-TO-5 – Through                hospital admissions by 26.2% for adult mental health
partnership with FIRST 5, the Branch has increased the          clients.
numbers of 0-5 year olds who are receiving family                     PRODUCTIVITY – Met productivity goals for
therapy to increase their possibility for successful school     mental health clinicians and rehabilitation specialists,
entry.                                                          which resulted in additional revenue for mental health
     FULL-SERVICE PARTNERSHIPS – Mental Health                  services.
Branch has 75 slots for full-service partnerships,                    ANKA PROGRAM – Established a local, 12-bed
essentially a “wraparound” approach for adults, and has         board and care facility to support the provision of
received an expansion of 25 additional slots to support         intensive services, funded through MediCal, to clients
the coming year’s strategy to bring clients placed in out-      to allow their transition to less intensive and costly
of-county board and care facilities back to Mendocino           placements. Establishment of supportive housing
where with intensive case management and supports               through County master leasing that addresses the
they can be transitioned to less expensive and more             critical housing shortage that increases risks for
independent settings. Case managers have been co-               hospitalization and IMD placements
located at community health clinics in Ukiah and Willits        Public Trust: Services have been enhanced for Latino
to work collaboratively with the medical providers to           and Native American communities. Training has been
ensure that seriously mentally ill clients who are at risk      provided in collaboration with the communities to
or homeless and who are frequently challenged with co-          address cultural diversity. Implemented the Children’s
occurring disorders of substance abuse and mental               System of Care sub-committee, Youth Embracing
illness can be engaged in full-service partnerships to          Transition Towards Independence (YETTI) to the
provide the intensive services required to avoid costly         Transitional Aged Youth system of care to provide
hospitalizations or placements.                                 intensive case review and recommendations for
     ADULT & OLDER ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE –The                    ongoing service. Provided early mental health services
formal transition from the former Mental Health and             to over sixty 0-5 year olds. Completed public forums
Social Services silos to the Adult and Older Adult              in Point Arena, Fort Bragg, Willits and Calpella to
System of Care was successfully accomplished.                   identify gaps in services and recommendations for use
     TRANSITIONAL AGED YOUNG (TAY) ADULT                        of limited resources.
SYSTEM OF CARE - TAY Wellness through contract with             Practices: The Mental Health Branch continued to
Redwood Children’s Services and in collaboration with           participate and provide leadership in the planning and
Agency and community partners has been launched                 implementation of expansion and development of new
resulting in housing and intensive case management              programs through Mental Health Services Act
services for 6 seriously mentally ill young adults.             (MHSA) funding.
     FAMILY STRENGTHS - The Family Strengths                    People: Mental Health Branch worked to provide the
“Wraparound” Program staff was transferred to the               public and private organizations and clients a fully
Social Services Branch (SSB), resulting in a significant        develop systems of care for both families and children
savings to the Mental Health Branch and supporting the          and adults and older adults.
continued goal of fully implementing the Children and
Families System of Care.




County of Mendocino                                      D-64                                  2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH .................................................................................4050
                                             STACEY CRYER, Director


GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y 2010-11

Programs: Expansion of 25 additional full-service                    Increase access to housing for the most vulnerable
partnership slots to provide intensive “Wraparound”             clients.
support for the seriously mentally ill, who are homeless             Strengthen the skills and capacity of HHSA
or most at risk to be homeless.                                 mental health workforce through professional training
      Fully implement the Transitional Age Young Adult          available with Mental Health Services Act --
System of Care ensuring that young adults with serious          Workforce Education and Training Component (WET)
mental illness and/or those who have aged out of foster         funding.
care receive the most comprehensive and supportive              People: Staff will participate in intra-agency training
services available to avoid incarceration, hospitalization,     to fully develop systems of care. When applicable,
or homelessness.                                                community partners will be invited to join in training
      Implement the Workforce Education and Training            and planning for the most robust and sustainable
Component (WET), which essentially supports                     services and delivery systems.
community participation in the Trilogy Online learning
and dedicated scholarships to support building clinical         CURRENT STAFFING
capacity for Mendocino County with dedicated funding
for Latino, Native American and current staff.                  To view staffing levels for this budget unit, see the
      Implement the recently approved Mental Health             Position Allocation Table located in this document
Services Act --Prevention and Early Intervention Plan to        under the tab L. Position Allocation Table.
address needs of children and/or young adults with the
first break psychiatric illness, prevent suicide in older       PROGRAM CHART
adults, and address distigmatization for clients and
families dealing with mental illness.
      Consolidate,       through       assessment      and
recommendation of public/private partners, resource
centers for seriously mentally ill clients.
      Successfully implement new behavioral health
program, AT HOME, in the inland area of the County.
Public Trust: Mental Health Branch will partner with
public and private organizations and clients to fully
develop systems of care for both families & children
and adults and older adults. Staff will continue to
participate and provide leadership in the planning and
implementation of expansion and development of new
programs through Mental Health Services Act funding.
Practices:
      Staff will continue to participate and provide
leadership in the planning and implementation of
expansion and development of new programs through
Mental Health Services Administration funding. The
Branch will continue to focus on the provision of
services to the broadest geographical area possible and
to the historically underserved populations. Increase the
Transitional Aged Young (TAY) Adult System of Care -
TAY Wellness contract with Redwood Children’s
Services by an additional 6 seriously mentally ill young
adults.
      Continue the process of moving mental health
records to a fully electronic record system.
      Decrease out-of-County placements and increase
the percentage of mental health clients living
independently within our community.


County of Mendocino                                      D-65                                 2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH .................................................................................4050
                                          STACEY CRYER, Director


SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Salaries & Employee Benefits
         Acct. 1011 Provides funding for 78.5 positions.
         Acct. 1012 Provides for Crisis Worker and the HSW driver pool for unanticipated shift coverage or
                      hospitalizations.
Services & Supplies
         Acct. 2189 Provides for contract psychiatrists, interim Mental Health Branch Director contract,
                      compliance monitor contract and contracts with various local agencies for services provided
                      to the Mental Health Branch.
Other Charges
         Acct. 3113 Provides for payment to hospitals and other locked facilities for the support and care of
                      patients.
         Acct. 3115 Provides for direct client services provided to MediCal beneficiaries by Managed Care
                      outpatient providers, medical clearances provided by local hospitals, and the cost of Hearing
                      Officers for legal proceedings carried out in acute hospitals on behalf of Mendocino County
                      residents
         Acct. 3119 Provides for payments to groups homes, adult board and care facilities, and in-County
                      organizational providers for support and care of Mendocino County patients. The increase
                      reflects additional MediCal-eligible services and is offset by revenue.
Expenditure Transfer & Reimbursement
         Acct. 5380 Provides for reimbursements from other County departments (Social Services, and Sheriff)
                      for services provided by Mental Health.
         Acct. 5802 Primarily payment of A-87 overhead costs to County General Fund.
Revenues
         Acct. 5330 State Revenue – non-Medi-Cal.
         Acct. 5331 Medi-Cal revenue generated by the Mental Health Branch and pass-through to
                      Organizational Providers.
         Accts. 5150 & 5342        Provides for realignment revenue.
         Acct. 7700 Provides for revenue from intra fund transfers within the agency.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO recommends funding as submitted by the department.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                   D-66                                2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH .................................................................................4050
                                                     STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                           County of Mendocino                                      County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                            State of California                                       Schedule 9
 2010                                                 Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                     Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
     Function: 4 Health & Sanitation                                Budget Unit:   4050 Mental Health Service
     Activity: 406 Health and Sanitation - Mental Health                  Fund:    1221 Mental Health Service

                                         2008-09       2008-09        2009-10       2009-10         2010-11      2010-11       2010-11
    Financing Uses Classification
                                         Budget        Actuals        Budget         Actuals        Request     Recommend      Adopted
                 (1)                       (2)           (3)            (4)            (5)            (6)           (7)          (8)
                                                                                   as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 824100 Interest                         (300,000)     (243,583)      (300,000)      (32,614)       (200,000)     (200,000)    (200,000)
 825150 Motor Vehicle in Lieu              800,000       951,054        933,500       902,324         933,500       933,500      933,500
 825330 State Aid Mental Hlth              906,400       770,707        256,000       288,119          63,299        63,299       63,299
 825331 Medi-Cal Mental Hlth            13,108,012    11,366,714     14,845,688    11,336,053      15,628,035    15,628,035   15,628,035
 825342 Realignment Mental Hlth          2,799,999     2,227,641      2,516,000     3,063,567       2,443,635     2,443,635    2,323,347
 825370 Managed Care - State             1,200,000     1,094,396        921,597       548,812         548,812       548,812      548,812
 825810 Other Govt Aid                           0             0        400,000       209,526         425,000       425,000      425,000
 826290 Mental Health Svc                  100,000        30,697        100,000       306,187          60,000        60,000       60,000
 826390 Other Charges                            0             0        925,000     1,311,810         975,000       975,000      975,000
 827600 Other Sales                              0             0              0           863               0             0            0
 827700 Other                            1,325,000     1,454,671              0        42,924               0             0            0
 827801 Grant Revenue                            0       113,342              0        30,191               0             0            0
 827802 Oper Transfer In                   288,926     1,340,937              0     1,971,000               0             0            0
   Total Revenues                       20,228,337    19,106,578     20,597,785    19,978,762      20,877,281    20,877,281   20,756,993



   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                4,680,953     3,881,283      4,257,066     3,500,041       4,919,982     4,919,982    4,864,223
 861012 Extra Help                         656,700       164,895        175,000        50,370          75,000        75,000       75,000
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                    96,000        77,527        125,000        38,651          90,000        90,000       90,000
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                 652,740       548,325        586,968       471,458         719,742       719,742      712,056
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                      278,262       229,774        257,781       198,775         281,748       281,748      279,463
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                    66,316        57,647         62,273        49,244          68,056        68,056       67,273
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                277,252       230,892        215,493       172,198         321,283       321,283      317,847
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                 699,303       538,499        662,218       600,583         807,664       807,664      807,664
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                   34,298        34,409         36,373        36,373          65,886        65,886       65,886
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp               356,357       357,420        337,625       337,625         273,229       273,229      223,114
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits    7,798,181     6,120,671      6,715,797     5,455,318       7,622,590     7,622,590    7,502,526

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                     68,800          84,129        66,255        92,499         70,500        70,500       70,500
 862080 Food                                9,100           3,644         6,100           968          6,100         6,100        6,100
 862090 Household Expense                  68,211           6,808        58,079         5,544         58,079        58,079       58,079
 862101 Insurance - General                94,914          94,914        40,030        40,030         27,540        27,540       27,316
 862109 Insurance Other                    37,551           6,074         6,075        27,284         27,280        27,280       27,280
 862120 Maint - Equip                       3,640               0         3,099           928          4,000         4,000        4,000
 862130 Maint Strc Impr & Grnds            27,286          90,548        23,232        91,322         23,232        23,232       23,232
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Supls               17,000          14,588        17,000        17,197         17,000        17,000       17,000
 862150 Memberships                         4,000           4,078         4,200         8,379          6,000         6,000        6,000




County of Mendocino                                                 D-67                                        2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH .................................................................................4050
                                                    STACEY CRYER, Director

                                      2008-09         2008-09         2009-10        2009-10         2010-11        2010-11       2010-11
    Financing Uses Classification
                                      Budget          Actuals         Budget          Actuals        Request       Recommend      Adopted
                 (1)                    (2)             (3)             (4)             (5)            (6)             (7)          (8)
                                                                                    as of 6/30/10
 862170 Office Expense                   77,568          69,089          53,612         49,793          52,300          52,300       52,300
 862182 Data Processing Svcs             63,662          79,983          58,500          70,446        112,142         112,142      112,142
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                   0              97               0               0              0               0            0
 862187 Education & Training              7,500          13,912           6,500           1,652          6,500           6,500        6,500
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other          782,475         820,157         713,575      1,031,038       1,120,975       1,120,975    1,120,975
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                13,643           8,828          12,525           5,115         10,000          10,000       10,000
 862200 Rent/Lease - Equip                3,184             526           1,100               0          1,100           1,100        1,100
 862210 Rent/Lease - Bldg Grnds               0             950               0           1,590              0               0            0
 862230 Info Tech Equip                  33,500               0          33,500               0         15,000          15,000       15,000
 862239 Spec Dept Expense               153,490         264,415         129,903        107,095         129,236         129,236      129,236
 862250 Trans/Travel                     93,984          97,840         125,500         79,279         118,500         118,500      118,500
 862251 Ambulance                         5,000               0           5,000               0          5,000           5,000        5,000
 862253 Travel Out of County             27,000          18,323          27,000           8,565         27,000          27,000       27,000
 862260 Utilities                        75,488          41,610          56,175         43,276          54,500          54,500       54,500
   Total Services & Supplies          1,666,996       1,720,514       1,446,960      1,682,000       1,891,984       1,891,984    1,891,760

   Other Charges
 863113 Pmt Other Gov Agency          1,650,000       1,632,539       1,527,775      1,889,236       1,481,000       1,481,000    1,481,000
 863115 Svc Connected Exp               450,000         537,690         400,000        470,087         275,000         275,000      275,000
 863119 Supp/Care - Other             8,901,300       8,858,724      10,345,147     10,447,803       9,768,400       9,768,400    9,768,400
 863124 GR-SSI-SSP Applicants                 0              54               0          (150)               0               0            0
   Total Other Charges               11,001,300      11,029,007      12,272,922     12,806,977      11,524,400      11,524,400   11,524,400

   Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                        3,000                  0               0        5,383                 0            0               0
   Total Fixed Assets                    3,000                  0               0        5,383                 0            0               0

   Expend Transfer & Reimb
 865380 Intrafund Transfer            (668,409)       (226,586)       (578,607)      (432,251)       (449,809)       (449,809)    (449,809)
 865802 Oper Transfer Out               427,269         462,972         740,713        461,335         288,116         288,116      288,116
   Total Expend Transfer & Reimb      (241,140)         236,386         162,106         29,084       (161,693)       (161,693)    (161,693)

   Total Net Appropriations          20,228,337      19,106,578      20,597,785     19,978,762      20,877,281      20,877,281   20,756,993

   Total Fund Balance Contribution              0               0               0           (0)                0            0               0




County of Mendocino                                                 D-68                                           2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT .......................................................................4051
                                          STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DISCUSSION

Programs: The Mendocino County Mental Health                 People: Staff participated in intra-agency training to
Branch (MHB) serves the people of Mendocino County           fully develop systems of care. When applicable,
whose lives are affected by serious and chronic mental       community partners were invited to join in training and
illness. The Branch strives to deliver services in a         planning for the most robust and sustainable services
respectful, responsive and efficient manner and with         and delivery systems.
sensitivity to cultural diversity.
Public Trust: The Mental Health Branch continues to          GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y 2010-11
participate in the Mental Health Board and the Mental
Health Services Act (MHSA) Stakeholders committee to         Programs: Consolidate, through assessment and
examine what is working for clients and where changes        recommendation of public/private partners, resource
can be explored that would better meet the needs of          centers for seriously mentally ill clients.
clients. The Branch managers actively participate in         Public Trust: Mental Health Branch will partner with
community meetings and forums focusing on housing,           public and private organizations and clients to fully
health care, employment and educational needs of             develop systems of care for both families and children
mutual clients.                                              and adults and older adults. Staff will continue to
Practices: Federal and/or State laws mandate all of the      participate and provide leadership in the planning and
ongoing services provided by the Branch. Federal and         implementation of expansion and development of new
State codes and regulations set eligibility criteria and     programs through Mental Health Services Act funding.
support services for each program; funding allocations       Practices: Staff will continue to participate and
from the State limit the levels of service and staffing      provide leadership in the planning and implementation
available.                                                   of expansion and development of new programs
People: The Health and Human Services Agency                 through the Mental Health Services Act funding. The
(HHSA) acknowledges the value of its employees and           Branch will continue to focus on the provision of
will seek to maximize those aspects of the work              services to the broadest geographical area possible and
environment that support employee health, satisfaction       to the historically underserved populations. CFSOC
and positive morale.                                         will continue collaboration with our Native American
                                                             community through monthly roundtable discussions to
MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10                         update the Indian Child Welfare Protocols.
                                                             People: Staff will continue to participate in intra-
Programs: Outreach to Underserved Populations –              agency training to fully develop systems of care. When
Through use of Mental Health Services Act funds              applicable, community partners will be invited to join
therapeutic services to the Latino and Native American       in training and planning for the most robust and
populations has been sustained.                              sustainable services and delivery systems.
Public Trust: Community stakeholders have actively
contributed to development of the Mental Health              CURRENT STAFFING
Service Act funding process to enhance and expand
services for the seriously mentally ill in Mendocino         To view staffing levels for this budget unit, see the
County.                                                      Position Allocation Table located in this document
Practices: Staff continued to participate and provide        under the tab L. Position Allocation Table.
leadership in the planning and implementation of
expansion and development of new programs through
Mental Health Service Act funding. The Branch will
continue to focus on the provision of services to the
broadest geographical area possible and to the
historically underserved populations.




County of Mendocino                                   D-69                                 2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT .......................................................................4051
                                         STACEY CRYER, Director


SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Salaries & Employee Benefits
         Acct. 1011 Provides for the hiring staff to provide services consistent with the Board of Supervisors
                     approved Mental Health Services Act Plan.
Services & Supplies
         Acct. 2187 Provides for training of staff, peer support members, Parent Partners, clients and community
                     members.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO recommends funding as submitted by the department.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                  D-70                               2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT .......................................................................4051
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                    County of Mendocino                                        County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                     State of California                                              Schedule 9
 2010                                          Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                              Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

                                        2008-09      2008-09       2009-10       2009-10       2010-11       2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                        Budget       Actuals       Budget        Actuals       Request      Recommend     Adopted
                  (1)                     (2)          (3)           (4)            (5)          (6)            (7)         (8)
                                                                               as of 6/30/10
   Revenues
 824100 Interest                                0            0       25,000              0             0              0           0
 825330 State Aid Mental Hlth           2,307,408    2,649,310    3,053,400      2,395,895     3,348,340      3,348,340   3,347,928
 825331 Medi-Cal Mental Hlth              234,099            0            0              0             0              0           0
 826290 Mental Health Svc                       0           57            0              0             0              0           0
 827700 Other                                   0            0            0              0             0              0           0
   Total Revenues                       2,541,507    2,649,367    3,078,400      2,395,895     3,348,340      3,348,340   3,347,928


   Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                568,653       195,905      774,554          211,168     933,155        933,155     933,155
 861012 Extra Help                             0             0            0                0           0              0           0
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                       0           693            0              574           0              0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                74,008        42,837       45,374           28,466      96,482         96,482      96,482
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                     34,251        15,880       19,977           11,808      62,376         62,376      62,376
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                   8,010         3,948        5,031            2,987       8,658          8,658       8,658
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr               31,436        18,162       16,646           10,388      41,320         41,320      41,320
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                88,251        42,694       61,396           31,505     104,057        104,057     104,057
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                    829           829          556            1,385       1,855          1,855       1,855
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp               4,224         4,224        2,143            2,143       2,330          2,330       1,934
   Total Salaries & Employee Benefits    809,662       325,172      925,677          300,425   1,250,233      1,250,233   1,249,837

   Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                     5,700         6,957        6,050          8,423         7,892          7,892       7,892
 862080 Food                               1,500         8,172       10,250          6,238        11,345         11,345      11,345
 862090 Household Expense                  6,788         4,175        4,500          1,527        15,000         15,000      15,000
 862101 Insurance - General                2,791         2,791        1,005          1,005         1,139          1,139       1,123
 862109 Insurance Other                    3,284             0            0              0             0              0           0
 862120 Maint - Equip                        361             0          400              0             0              0           0
 862130 Maint Strc/Impr/Grnds              2,715         6,570        5,700          6,946             0              0           0
 862150 Memberships                            0             0          400              0             0              0           0
 862170 Office Expense                     7,433         1,694        4,750          3,323        12,000         12,000      12,000
 862182 Data Processing Svcs               6,335             0        9,000              0             0              0           0
 862187 Education & Training                   0           880       17,500            145       125,569        125,569     125,569
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other           413,467     1,195,551    1,584,670      1,259,764     1,356,614      1,356,614   1,356,614
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                  1,357           585        1,000              0             0              0           0
 862200 Rent/Lease - Equip                   316             0          700              0             0              0           0
 862210 Rent/Lease - Bldg Grnds                0        14,930       18,020         18,020        16,980         16,980      16,980
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                      0         2,853      410,909         16,001       262,087        262,087     262,087
 862250 Trans/Travel                      24,131        13,655        5,500          3,455        28,890         28,890      28,890
 862253 Travel Out of County               5,000         2,791        7,500            315        15,390         15,390      15,390
 862260 Utilities                          7,513         5,107        4,900          4,818         3,000          3,000       3,000
   Total Services & Supplies             488,691     1,266,713    2,092,754      1,329,979     1,855,906      1,855,906   1,855,890




County of Mendocino                                         D-71                                           2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT .......................................................................4051
                                              STACEY CRYER, Director

                                       2008-09        2008-09       2009-10       2009-10       2010-11         2010-11      2010-11
      Financing Uses Classification
                                       Budget         Actuals       Budget        Actuals       Request        Recommend     Adopted
                   (1)                   (2)            (3)           (4)            (5)          (6)              (7)         (8)
                                                                                as of 6/30/10

   Other Charges
 863113 Pmt Other Gov Agency                   0         15,231            0             0             0                0           0
 863115 Svc Connected Exp                      0              0            0             0             0                0           0
 863119 Supp/Care - Other                      0              0            0             0             0                0           0
 863124 GR-SSI-SSP Applicants             11,000         22,981       30,000        36,778        86,713           86,713      86,713
   Total Other Charges                    11,000         38,212       30,000        36,778        86,713           86,713      86,713

   Fixed Assets
 864370 Equipment                                0              0          0              0            0                0           0
   Total Fixed Assets                            0              0          0              0            0                0           0

   Expend Transfer & Reimb
 865380 Intrafund Transfer                     0              0            0             0             0                0           0
 865802 Oper Transfer Out                 50,059         14,356       15,735        15,735       155,488          155,488     155,488
   Total Expend Transfer & Reimb          50,059         14,356       15,735        15,735       155,488          155,488     155,488

   Total Net Appropriations            1,359,412      1,644,452     3,064,166    1,682,917      3,348,340        3,348,340   3,347,928


   Total Fund Balance Contribution    (1,182,095)    (1,004,915)     (14,234)    (712,978)                0             0           0




County of Mendocino                                          D-72                                             2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
HOSPITAL & MEDICAL SERVICES PROGRAM .....................................................4070
                                          STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DISCUSSION

Programs: The Health and Human Services Agency,              People: County Medical Services Program hired a
Community Health Services Branch is responsible for          Medi-Cal disability referral nurse to identify potential
this budget unit. County Medical Services provides           clients. MADDY EMS funds were distributed to
funding for participation in the County Medical Services     eligible hospitals and physicians.
Program (CMSP) that serves the County medically
indigent population and the MADDY EMS fund                   GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y FY 2010-11
reimburses hospitals and physicians for uncompensated
emergency room services with vehicle violation fees.         Programs: Continue to participate in the County
Public Trust: Provides access to care for patients and       Medical Services Program and serve on the County
provides compensation to offset medical provider             Medical Services Program Planning and Benefits
losses.                                                      Committee. Continue to administer the MADDY EMS
Practices: Promotes the healthy community model for          Fund.
the County.                                                  Public Trust: Complete the clinic behavioral health
People: Support and sustain a viable medical delivery        pilot projects to test the effectiveness of primary care
program and protect community medical resources.             driven substance abuse and mental health treatment.
                                                             Plan and implement the County Medical Services
MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10                         Program – Local Pilot Project that promotes timely
                                                             services and cost-effectiveness of expenditures. Assure
Programs: Expenditures on behalf of Mendocino                that clients who are eligible for Medi-Cal and other
County’s County Medical Services Program                     public or private programs are appropriately linked in
beneficiaries far exceeded the amounts paid into the         order to promote County Medical Services Program’s
program. Mendocino County contributes $1.9 million in        role as a secondary payer. Collect and distribute
Realignment and county funds, $10.7 million of medical       funding from the MADDY EMS program.
services were provided to Mendocino County eligible          Practices: Assure clients receive medically necessary
clients in 2007/08. Community Health Branch Director         services in a manner that promotes timely delivery
was appointed to the County Medical Services Program         with the appropriate providers. Administer and
Planning and Benefits Committee. Distributed SB 1773         implement changes to the MADDY Program as
(MADDY EMS Program) funds from vehicle violation             required by legislation.
fees to hospitals and physicians for uncompensated           People: Provide Mendocino County indigent
emergency care.                                              population with quality, accessible services. Provide
Public Trust: County Medical Services Program funded         payments for uncompensated emergency room care,
11 clinic behavioral health pilot projects to test the       helping to ensure the viability of emergency care in the
effectiveness of primary care driven substance abuse         County.
and mental health treatment. The County Medical
Services Program will be funding a Local Pilot Project
Grant that promotes timely services to clients with
complex medical and/or social conditions, and improves
the overall cost-effectiveness of expenditures. This
program has provided an organized healthcare delivery
system program by contracting with Blue Cross.
MADDY Program distributed $116,568 in additional
funding from SB 1773 to physicians and hospitals.
Practices: County Medical Services Program case
management service coordinated and assisted clients in
managing their personal health conditions. MADDY
EMS funds were distributed based on a uniformed
procedure rate.




County of Mendocino                                   D-73                                  2010-11 Final Budget
           HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
HOSPITAL & MEDICAL SERVICES PROGRAM .....................................................4070
                                         STACEY CRYER, Director


SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Other Charges
        Acct.   3113        Provides for payment of Mendocino County’s participation fee which must be paid
                            out of the General Fund, a risk allocation assessment paid out with realignment funds,
                            and the statutorily capitates contribution to County Medical Services Program which
                            is paid for with realignment revenues.
        Accts. 3152, 3154   Provides for payments to hospitals and physicians for uncompensated care from the
                            Emergency Medical Services Trust generated from Ambulance Franchise holders,
                            vehicle code violations and Tobacco Tax Funds (Prop 99).
Revenues
       Acct.    5341        Provides for Public Health realignment revenues dedicated to indigent health care.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO recommends funding as submitted by the department.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                  D-74                                2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
HOSPITAL & MEDICAL SERVICES PROGRAM .....................................................4070
                                                    STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                            County of Mendocino                                      County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                            State of California                                             Schedule 9
 2010                                                 Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                      Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

 Classification:
     Function: 4 Health & Sanitation                                Budget Unit:   4070 Hsptl & Mdcl Services
     Activity: 402 Health and Sanitation - Hospital                       Fund:    1100 County General

                                        2008-09        2008-09         2009-10      2009-10        2010-11        2010-11      2010-11
    Financing Uses Classification       Budget         Actuals         Budget        Actuals       Request       Recommend     Adopted
                (1)                       (2)            (3)             (4)           (5)           (6)             (7)         (8)
                                                                                   as of 6/30/10
    Revenues
 825150 Motor Vehicle in Lieu                   0       1,293,067             0     1,643,653              0               0           0
 825341 Realignment Hlth Svcs           1,654,999         229,270     1,654,999        20,208      1,654,999       1,654,999   1,654,999
 825473 Non-County Hosp                    64,000          67,327        68,000        74,296         68,000          68,000      68,000
 825475 EMS - Physician Svcs              232,000         215,826       232,000       162,664        232,000         232,000     232,000
 826390 Other Charges                       5,824           1,329             0             0              0               0           0
    Total Revenues                      1,956,823       1,806,820     1,954,999     1,900,821      1,954,999       1,954,999   1,954,999


    Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                        261             159             0               0              0            0              0
 862101 Insurance - General                   163             163           153               0              0            0              0
 862170 Office Expense                        800             154             0              48              0            0              0
 862187 Education & Training                  100               0             0               0              0            0              0
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                     500               0             0               0              0            0              0
 862250 Trans/Travel                        1,000             234             0               0              0            0              0
 862253 Travel Out of County                3,000             619             0               0              0            0              0
    Total Services & Supplies               5,824           1,329           153              48              0            0              0

    Other Charges
 863113 Pmt Other Gov Agency            1,902,571       1,769,909     1,902,418     1,902,577      1,902,571       1,902,571   1,902,571
 863152 Non-Co Contract Hosp               64,000          67,327        68,000        74,296         68,000          68,000      68,000
 863154 Physician Svcs - EMS              232,000         215,826       232,000       171,472        232,000         232,000     232,000
    Total Other Charges                 2,198,571       2,053,063     2,202,418     2,148,344      2,202,571       2,202,571   2,202,571

    Total Net Appropriations            2,204,395       2,054,392     2,202,571     2,148,393      2,202,571       2,202,571   2,202,571


    Total Net County Cost                 247,572        247,572        247,572       247,572       247,572         247,572      247,572




County of Mendocino                                                 D-75                                         2010-11 Final Budget
            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CALIFORNIA CHILDREN’S SERVICES ..................................................................4080
                                           STACEY CRYER, Director


PROGRAM DISCUSSION                                            GOALS/OBJECTIVES FOR F/Y 2010-11

Programs: The mission of Children’s Medical Services          Programs: Develop additional data tracking systems to
is to assure the health of Mendocino County’s children        allow accurate evaluation of the effectiveness and
through access to services for all children.                  success of the interventions and activities performed
Public Trust: The principles of public trust are to           by Children’s Medical Services. This data will be
establish and maintain systems of resource                    reported via the State Children’s Medical Services
accountability and to ensure statutory and regulatory         Performance Measures Report.
compliance.                                                   Public Trust: Provide focused provider outreach and
Practices: In partnership with health care providers,         education to ensure that California Children’s Services
staff works to ensure that quality services are available     and Child Health and Disability Prevention providers
to children in the community.                                 are able to independently access critical information
People: Children’s Medical Services fosters a team            and resources.
environment that empowers staff to take advantage of          Practices: Develop a Children’s Medical Services
training opportunities that support a highly capable and      Newsletter to be distributed to families, providers and
integrated workforce.                                         partner agencies with a focus on outreach, education
                                                              and best practices.
MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN F/Y 2009-10                          People: Expand and maintain the Children’s Medical
                                                              Services Reference Manuals, including the California
Programs: Children’s Medical Services provided                Children’s Services Procedure Manuals and the Child
medical case management to an average daily caseload          Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program
in excess of 492 clients; supported 24 local medical          Manuals.
provider offices who provide preventive health care to
eligible children; provided care coordination for over        CURRENT STAFFING
300 children in foster care, and for children enrolled in
Medi-Cal who received a well child exam which                 To view staffing levels for this budget unit, see the
documented a condition requiring follow-up services;          Position Allocation Table located in this document
and provided education, investigation and follow-up           under the tab L. Position Allocation Table.
services to populations at risk, or affected by exposure
to lead.
Public Trust: Balanced program budgets while
absorbing a 34% decrease in the State and Federal Fund
allocations for the California Children’s Service
Program, and a 10% decrease in the State General Fund
allocation for the Child Health and Disability Prevention
Program in the previous fiscal year.
Practices: Maintained medical eligibility and case
management timelines in the California Children’s
Service Program in spite of a 30% staffing reduction
since FY 2007/08. The Child Health and Disability
Prevention Program improved Care Coordination
follow-up timelines with the full implementation of a
new tracking system
People: Provide cross-program education and training to
staff, thus facilitating shared program responsibilities
that allow limited staff to meet the needs of all
Children’s Medical Services programs.




County of Mendocino                                    D-76                                 2010-11 Final Budget
           HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CALIFORNIA CHILDREN’S SERVICES ..................................................................4080
                                        STACEY CRYER, Director


SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

Salaries & Employee Benefits
         Acct. 1101 Provides for 10.94 full time positions.
Revenues
         Acct. 5341 Provides for realignment revenues received directly from the Social Services Realignment
                     Trust Fund.

CEO RECOMMENDED BUDGET COMMENTS

The CEO recommends funding as submitted by the department.

FINAL BUDGET COMMENTS

During the Final Budget Deliberations, the Board of Supervisors approved the Chief Executive Officer’s
Recommended Budget including any adjustments from Bargaining Unit negotiation agreements applied (if
applicable) to this budget.




County of Mendocino                                D-77                              2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY PREVENTION ......................................4080-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) program is to assure that children have access to
preventive health exams, immunizations and follow-up of medical and dental conditions identified during the health
exam. The Child Health and Disability Prevention Gateway program helps maximize enrollment of uninsured
children into comprehensive health care programs, such as Medi-Cal, Healthy Families or Cal Kids. The Child
Health and Disability Prevention Program provides information and linking activities such as application assistance
to assist families with enrollment into health insurance, care coordination to provide medical case management of
children referred for follow-up and treatment, and provider orientation and training to provide technical assistance to
the Child Health and Disability Prevention Medical Providers.
     Also included in this funding is the Health Care Program for Children in Foster Care (HCPCFC). Under this
program nurses provide medical case management to children in Foster Care placement by helping them obtain
Child Health and Disability Prevention health exams, dental exams and immunizations. These nurses also provide
medical case management of medical and dental conditions that require follow-up and treatment.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   June 1, 1975
CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011
SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Health Services with Federal match
CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Ongoing annual allocation

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum?                  Yes, up to 10% of Personnel Costs for the HCPCFC Program
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            Yes

EMPLOYEES                   (full time equivalent)     Grant Funded         General Fund
Senior Program Manager                      0.19              100%                    0%
Program Administrator                       0.70              100%                    0%
Supervising Public Health Nurse             0.25              100%                    0%
Senior Public Health Nurse                  0.60              100%                    0%
Registered Nurse                            0.40              100%                    0%
Community Health Worker II                  0.80              100%                    0%
Community Health Services Specialist        0.10              100%                    0%
Supervising Staff Assistant                 0.40              100%                    0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues
        CHDP                                           $ 260,866
        HCPCFC                                            64,400
        TOTAL                                          $ 325,266
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 282,408
       Operating Expenses                                 14,543
       Indirect Costs (Internal)                          28,315
       TOTAL                                           $ 325,266

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 325,266

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-78                                  2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING PREVENTION PROGRAM .......................4080-GRANT
                                               STACEY CRYER, Director


GRANT DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this grant is to eliminate childhood lead poisoning by identifying and caring for lead burdened
children and preventing environmental exposures to lead by providing outreach and education to families throughout
the county.

GRANT INCEPTION DATE                                   July 1996

CURRENT GRANT PERIOD                                   July 1, 2008 – June 30, 2011

SOURCE OF FUNDS                                        California Department of Health Services with Federal match

CONTINUITY OF GRANT                                    Ongoing annual allocation

GRANT RESTRICTIONS AND PROVISIONS
Does the grant allow for indirect or overhead costs?   Yes
          If yes, is there a maximum?                  Up to 10% of Salaries
Does the budget include the maximum amount?            No
          If no, please explain                        Not included due to very limited funding

EMPLOYEES                  (full time equivalent)      Grant Funded             General Fund
Senior Program Manager                       0.01             100%                        0%
Supervising Public Health Nurse              0.24             100%                        0%
Registered Environmental Health Specialist 0.05               100%                        0%

GRANT FUNDING AND BUDGET
Revenues                                               $ 33,517
Expenditures
       Personnel                                       $ 32,565
       Operating Expenses                                   952
       TOTAL                                           $ 33,517

Total Projected Program Costs =                        $ 33,517

COUNTY MATCH REQUIRED                                  No
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REQUIRED                             No




County of Mendocino                                     D-79                                2010-11 Final Budget
              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CALIFORNIA CHILDREN’S SERVICES ..................................................................4080
                                                 STACEY CRYER, Director

 State Controller                                         County of Mendocino                                        County Budget Form
 County Budget Act                                          State of California                                              Schedule 9
 2010                                               Budget Unit Financing Uses Detail
                                                   Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11
 Classification:
     Function: 4 Health & Sanitation                               Budget Unit:    4080 Public Health - CCS
     Activity: 403 Health and Sanitation - CCS                           Fund:     1100 County General

                                         2008-09        2008-09       2009-10       2009-10        2010-11       2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                         Budget         Actuals       Budget         Actuals       Request      Recommend     Adopted
                  (1)                      (2)            (3)           (4)            (5)           (6)            (7)         (8)
                                                                                   as of 6/30/10
    Revenues
 825250 State Aid CCS                    1,166,394       963,130        792,102     1,025,065        935,072        935,072     935,072
 825341 Realignment Hlth Svcs              190,083      (44,827)        163,931        14,263        111,111        111,111     110,986
 825490 State Other                        352,625       331,700        370,995       215,567        358,783        358,783     362,832
 826330 CA Children's Svcs                   2,235         1,496          2,235         1,040          1,200          1,200       1,200
 826390 Other Charges                            0            91         17,000         5,524          6,000          6,000       6,000
 827700 Other                               17,000         9,583              0           176              0              0           0
 827707 Donation                                 0             0              0           300              0              0           0
    Total Revenues                       1,728,337     1,261,173      1,346,263     1,261,934      1,412,166      1,412,166   1,416,090

    Salaries & Employee Benefits
 861011 Regular Employees                  999,533       729,187        701,521       612,601        643,950        643,950     625,817
 861012 Extra Help                           5,000         1,266              0             0              0              0      15,000
 861013 Overtime Reg Emp                     1,000         1,259              0         1,384              0              0           0
 861021 Co Cont Retirement                 131,688       100,002         89,760        80,812         88,403         88,403      87,953
 861022 Co Cont OASDI                       58,455        41,538         40,962        34,818         37,289         37,289      37,276
 861023 Co Cont Medicare                    13,945        10,000          9,820         8,354          8,959          8,959       8,913
 861024 Co Cont Retire Incr                 55,941        42,204         33,017        29,561         39,243         39,243      39,042
 861030 Co Cont Health Ins                 153,423        92,264         89,137        82,180         81,125         81,125      80,723
 861031 Co Cont Unemp Ins                    1,414         1,950          2,782         3,131          7,969          7,969       7,969
 861035 Co Cont Workers Comp                84,453        86,647        127,360       128,809        152,247        152,247     124,322
    Total Salaries & Employee Benefits   1,504,852     1,106,317      1,094,359       981,651      1,059,185      1,059,185   1,027,015

    Services & Supplies
 862060 Communications                       5,950         7,937           6,350        6,385         6,350          6,350        6,350
 862101 Insurance - General                  6,597         7,307           5,141        5,642         4,908          4,908        4,812
 862109 Insurance Other                      1,050         1,856           1,050        1,951         1,050          1,050        1,050
 862120 Maint - Equip                           50             0               0           40             0              0            0
 862140 Med Dntl & Lab Supls                   750           183             500            0           500            500          500
 862150 Memberships                          1,800             0               0          200           725            725          725
 862170 Office Expense                      26,304        17,022          22,771        9,926        28,027         28,027       28,114
 862185 Medical/Dental Svcs                 12,000           688          25,000        5,896        15,000         15,000       15,000
 862187 Education & Training                 5,950         1,660           3,050          293         5,725          5,725        5,900
 862189 Prof/Spec Svcs - Other             102,800        97,600          83,770       95,693        97,780         97,780      127,308
 862190 Publ/Legal Notice                        0           479               0            0             0              0            0
 862230 Info Tech Equip                      5,206             0           2,500        4,495             0              0        3,300
 862239 Spec Dept Expense                    1,377        10,200          36,974      129,884       131,751        131,751      131,751
 862250 Trans/Travel                        55,655         3,306           3,750        2,428         4,825          4,825        4,825
 862253 Travel Out of County                 8,151        43,585          44,603       21,391        45,475         45,475       48,575
 862260 Utilities                            5,169         5,776           2,287        5,278         6,400          6,400        6,400
    Total Services & Supplies              238,809       197,598         237,746      289,500       348,516        348,516      384,610




County of Mendocino                                               D-80                                         2010-11 Final Budget
             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
CALIFORNIA CHILDREN’S SERVICES ..................................................................4080
                                            STACEY CRYER, Director

                                     2008-09       2008-09      2009-10        2009-10        2010-11       2010-11      2010-11
     Financing Uses Classification
                                     Budget        Actuals      Budget          Actuals       Request      Recommend     Adopted
                  (1)                  (2)           (3)          (4)             (5)           (6)            (7)         (8)
                                                                              as of 6/30/10
    Other Charges
 863113 Pmt Other Gov Agency           75,000        47,271         104,482       93,032       112,773        112,773     112,773
 863119 Supp/Care - Other               5,000         5,397           5,000            0         5,000          5,000       5,000
    Total Other Charges                80,000        52,668         109,482       93,032       117,773        117,773     117,773

    Expend Transfer & Reimb
 865380 Intrafund Transfer                     0          0               0     (12,449)       (17,984)       (17,984)    (17,984)
    Total Expend Transfer & Reimb              0          0               0     (12,449)       (17,984)       (17,984)    (17,984)

    Total Net Appropriations         1,823,661     1,356,583    1,441,587      1,351,734      1,507,490      1,507,490   1,511,414

    Total Net County Cost              95,324        95,410          95,324       89,800        95,324         95,324      95,324




County of Mendocino                                          D-81                                         2010-11 Final Budget
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                             2010-11
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