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  • BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AGENDA MONDAY, JANUARY 23,2017,9:00 AM

    COMMISSION CHAMBERS, ROOM B-11 I. PROCLAMATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

    I. Quarterly update on Valeo Behavioral Health Care, Inc.-Bill Persinger, CEO.

    2. Update on Shawnee County Emergency Communications Center-Sheriff Jones.

    II. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

    I. Consider authorization and execution of Contract C20-2017 with Falk Architects, Inc. to provide space planning support services at the Courthouse, North Annex, Elections Office and former fire station located at 1715 SW Topeka Blvd-Facilities Maintenance.

    III. CONSENT AGENDA

    I. Consider acceptance of the Treasurer's Idle Funds Investment quarterly report for October, November, and December 2016-Treasurer.

    2. Acknowledge receipt of an out-of-state travel report for the 2016 National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference-Health Department.

    IV. NEW BUSINESS

    A. COUNTY CLERK- Cynthia Beck

    1. Consider all voucher payments.

    2. Consider correction orders.

    B. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY-Pat Oblander

    I. Consider authorization and execution of Contract C22-2017 with Software House International for McAfee Gold Business Support for McAfee Endpoint Protection (Countywide computer virus control software) at a cost of$14,535.00 to be funded from the 2017 Information Technology budget.

    C. FACILITIES MAINTENANCE- Bill Kroll

    1. Consider approval of request to accept proposals from Furniture Mall of Kansas to provide and install Mohawk carpet and Johnsonite covebase for the remainder of the calendar year for the remaining flooring replacement projects in Information Technology, Suite 200, Juvenile DA Suite, County Counselor Suite 100 and County Clerk Suite at a total estimated cost of $60,000.00 to be funded from deferred capital maintenance.

    D. COUNTY COUNSELOR- Jim Crowl

    I. Consider approval of request to add the Director of Administrative Services to the Professional Services Committee.

    V. ADMINISTRATIVE COMMUNICATIONS

    VI. EXECUTIVE SESSIONS

  • County Commission Report

    Update on Valeo Behavioral Health Care, Inc.

    Presented to: Commissioners Archer, Buhler, & Cook

    Presented by: Bill D. Persinger, Jr., CEO, January 23, 2017

    Financial Report: Please see attached preliminary report for Calendar 2016.

    Grant-Writing and Fund-Raising: We continue to be very active in applying for grants seeking charitable gifts. The Zarrow Foundation awarded our Community Residence Program a gift of $55,000 to acquire a specialty van, which we purchased here in Topeka. We were awarded a $10,000 grant by The Sunflower Foundation in support of an inter-agency effort to study needs related to persons· who suffer severe and chronic pain, and to study needs related to misuse of opioids.

    Valeo's Creations of Hope Art Gallery: On the "First Friday" in NOTO, February 3rd, Valeo will celebrate the grand re-opening of its art gallery, Creations of Hope, located at the former Yeldarb Gallery at 909 North Kansas Avenue. A 4:30pm Chamber Ribbon-Cutting will be held to kick-off the afternoon and evening. The gallery opens at 5:00pm. All are welcome. Creations of Hope was formerly located in a much smaller space on the gallery's second floor. As tenants of the Gallery's main floor, we'll continue to display art created by persons with mental illness, as well as by the private artists who have traditionally shown their work at this location.

    Osawatomie State Hospital Pilot Residential Care Program: We continue our work with the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) on a pilot project where select state hospital patients are placed into our short-term residential care facilities. These are individuals who are ready for discharge from the hospital, but who continue to need the array of specialized outpatient and residential care services offered by a community mental health center (CMHC), such as Valeo.

    Secure Short-Term Crisis Stabilization: Valeo and other agencies in Shawnee County are studying the feasibility of a secure short-term crisis facility that would fill a large gap in the region's behavioral healthcare continuum.

    Crisis Intervention Act (CIA) (formerly known as the Emergency Observation and Treatment Act): Work continues on a legislative bill from 2016 that would, if passed, allow for a person with mental illness to be held in protective custody in their local/home area without a court order, as is done in a number of other states, in certain limited situations. A draft version passed through the legislature's Judicial Review process last fall with some modifications and compromise language.

    2016 Employee Giving Campaign: This year's campaign raised just over $25,000, compared to just over $16,000 in 2015.

    Amerigroup and Optum Pilots: We have engaged with these two KanCare Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) in pilot projects based on consumer outcomes, such as improved health, reduced emergency room visits, and so on. If our consumers achieve certain outcomes, then we will be awarded incentive payments.

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  • VALEO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE, INC. Statement of Activities

    Period ending December 31, 2016 Total

    CURRENT MONTH YEAR-TO-DATE 2016 ACTUAL BUDGET VARIANCE ACTUAL BUDGET VARIANCE Budget

    1 Shawnee·CountyTaxes $138,075 $129,915 8,160 $1,656,900 $1,558,980 97,920 $1,558,980 2 City ofTopeka Taxes 23,536 23,334 202 $282,437 $280,008 2,429 280,008 3 State Aid 81,336 81,336 $976,032 $976,032 976,032 4 Mental Health Reform 195,027 183,619 11,408 $2,340,327 $2,203,428 136,899 2,203,428 5 Access & Path 7,717 7,717 $92,600 $92,604 92,604 6 AAPS Managed Care Contract 99,879 99,879 $1,198,548 $1,198,548 1,198,548 7 Misc. Grant & Contracts 57,111 51,611 5,500 $544,822 $619,332 (74,510) 619,332 8 Interest Income 16,928 14,095 2,833 $149,579 $169,140 (19,561) 169,140 9 Unrealized Gain/Loss on Investments (9,915) (9,915) $61,502 61,502

    1 0 Misc. Sources 96,870 59,253 37,617 $887,955 $711,036 176,919 711,036 11 Net Patient Fee Revenue 822,356 1,176,270 ~53,914! $11 '798,422 $14,115,229 (2,316,8071 14,115,229

    TOTAL REVENUE $1,528!920 $1,827,029 {$298,109} $19,989,125 $21,924,337 {$1,9351209} $21,924,337

    12 Salaries $937,092 $1,089,826 152,734 $12,015,211 $13,077,900 $1,062,689 $13,077,900 13 Benefits 192,840 253,513 60,673 $2,670,981 $3,042,157 371,176 3,042,157 14 Client Transportation 3,899 5,512 1,613 $41,927 $66,144 24,217 66,144 15 Affiliate Payments 179,783 174,533 (5,250) $2,157,393 $2,094,396 (62,997) 2,094,396 16 Seminars 3,056 6,371 3,315 $55,793 $76,452 20,659 76,452

    ·17 Telephone & Utilities 35,723 46,255 10,532 $508,525 $555,060 46,535 555,060 18 Maintenance & Repair 30,248 22,053 (8,195) $292,692 $264,636 (28,056) 264,636 19 Non-Capital Equipment 90 2,521 2,431 $6,478 $30,252 23,774 30,252 20 Depreciation 50,533 53,363 2,830 $617,795 $640,356 22,561 640,356 21 Property & Professional Insurance 13,461 14,848 1,387 $178,782 $178,176 (606) 178,176 22 Image Campaign 10 4,167 4,157 $34,099 $50,004 15,905 50,004 23 Printing, Postage & Advertising 5,390 12,028 6,638 $69,693 $144,336 74,643 144,336 24 Professional Services 11,612 3,906 (7,706) $130,628 $46,872 (83,756) 46,872 25 Office & Client Supplies 82,647 90,740 8,093 $975,721 $1,088,880 113,159 1,088,880 26 Dues, Licenses. Meetings and Travel 17,946 24,177 6,232 $252,003 $290,124 38,121 290,124 27 Interest Expense 2,383 2,383 (0) $28,596 $28,596 28,596 28 Reserve Expense 20,833 20,833 $249,996 249,996 249,996

    TOTAL EXPENSES $1,566,712 $1,827,029 $260,317 $20,036,318 $21,924,337 $11888,019 $21,924,337

    NET REVENUE I (EXPENSES) ($37,!!J2l $ - $ (37,792) ·-- ($47,193J $ _-___ J$47.1W $

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  • DATE: January 12, 2017

    TO: Board of County Commissioners

    FROM: Bill Kroll, Facilities Maintenance Director

    ! ;:o= Shawnee County

    Facilities Maintenance 200 SE ih Street

    Topeka, KS 66603 (785) 291-4490

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    SUBJECT: Request for approval and execution of contract with Falk Architects, Inc. to provide space planning support services at the following county locations: Shawnee County Courthouse, North Annex, Elections office and former fire station located at 1715 SW Topeka Blvd.

    Based upon RFQ and pricing reviewed by professional services selection committee and approved by BOG.

    Respectfully,

    Bill Kroll Facilities Maintenance Director

  • SHAWNEE COUNTY CONTRACT NO. C o1Q -2017

    INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES

    THIS AGREEMENT is between THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF SHAWNEE, KANSAS (County) and FALKARCHITECTS, INC. (Contractor).

    1. SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED

    Contractor agrees to perform the following services for County:

    Architectural and Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing design services

    This Agreement shall commence on , __ 20 1_, and shall end on _______ , __ , 201_, unless this Agreement is terminated sooner or extended in accordance with its terms.

    2. PAYMENT

    In consideration of the services to be performed by Contractor, County agrees to pay Contractor as follows:

    Task Duties Compensation

    Architectural and Architectural and Mechanical, Electrical Arc hi tect/Proj ect Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing design services in Manager- $75 and Plumbing design accordance with Shawnee County Request per hour services for Quotation Number 077-16 (attached

    and incorporated herein) Engineer-

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