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Palm Beach County

Board of County Commissioners

Department Program Objectives and Performance Measures

Fiscal Year 2017

Palm Beach County FY 2017 Management Team

May 9, 2016 Objectives and Performance Measures

BCC Ad Valorem Funded Community Services ........................................................................................................................1 County Administration.....................................................................................................................3 County Attorney ...............................................................................................................................5 County Commission.........................................................................................................................7 County Cooperative Extension .......................................................................................................9 Department of Economic Sustainability ........................................................................................11 Engineering and Public Works .....................................................................................................13 Environmental Resources Management .......................................................................................16 Facilities Development & Operations ............................................................................................20 Fleet................................................................................................................................................22 Human Resources ..........................................................................................................................24 Information Systems Services ........................................................................................................27 Internal Auditor .............................................................................................................................29 Legislative Affairs .........................................................................................................................30 Medical Examiner ..........................................................................................................................32 Metropolitan Planning Organization ............................................................................................. 34 Office of Financial Management & Budget ...................................................................................36 Palm Tran .......................................................................................................................................39 Parks & Recreation ........................................................................................................................41 Planning, Zoning and Building ......................................................................................................47 Public Affairs .................................................................................................................................50 Public Safety ..................................................................................................................................52 Purchasing ......................................................................................................................................57 Risk Management ..........................................................................................................................59 Youth Services...61 Non-Departmental Criminal Justice Commission ........................................................................................................63 Office of Community Revitalization .............................................................................................65 Office of Equal Opportunity .........................................................................................................67 Office of Small Business Assistance .............................................................................................69 BCC Non Ad Valorem Funded Airports ..........................................................................................................................................71 Tourist Development Council ........................................................................................................73 Water Utilities ................................................................................................................................75 Dependent Districts County Library ...............................................................................................................................77 Fire Rescue.....................................................................................................................................79 Other Commission on Ethics ...................................................................................................................81 Judicial 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COMMUNITY SERVICES Palm Beach County, FLDEPARTMENT SUMMARY

MISSION STATEMENTTo enhance and improve the health, welfare, and quality of life in Palm Beach County by investing in the potential offamilies and individuals in need.

Community Action Program (CAP)Endeavors to remove barriers and create opportunities that enable low-income individuals and families to become more self-sufficient. The Community Action Program's goal is to assess the needs of the Palm Beach County community and to develop programs that will fill the gaps. CAP provides services for employment, transportation, childcare, housing, food,and referrals. CAP administers the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and the CommunityService Block Grant (CSBG). These two federal block grants provide assistance for low-income families tomaintain/restore utility services and to move families away from government assistance.

Division of Senior Services (DOSS)Provides accessible high-quality services to help seniors attain optimal independence and to promote quality of life for seniors and their caregivers. DOSS administers to seniors a comprehensive range of programs that provides social and emotional well-being, encourages independence, and supports seniors and their caregivers within the community withdignity and choice. Senior Centers provide classes, programs, and activities for healthy, independent living. Adult Day Care provides group social/recreational activities with health monitoring. Case Management provides in-home services and assessments to determine crucial needs, and coordinates/manages in home services, such as companionship, personalcare, respite, homemaker, and home delivered meals. Additional programs are Congregate Meals, which provide nutritious meals to seniors; Emergency Home Energy Assistance; and volunteers, outreach, case management, andcaregiver services.

Farmworker Career Development ProgramProvides the tools to strengthen the ability of eligible migrant and seasonal farm workers and their dependents to achieve economic self-sufficiency through their participation in education, skills training, and supportive services. Programparticipants, after completing educational and training goals, are able to obtain full-time, year-round, unsubsidized employment. The program provides assistance in the following areas: career counseling, referral to vocational training, English for Speakers of Other Languages, General Education Development (GED), emergency assistance, school tuition,related assistance, employability skills, job placement, and follow-up services.

Human and Veteran ServicesServes economically disadvantaged residents through case management, social services, advocacy, and communitylinkage, empowering the individual/family to improve their quality of life. Services are provided through Homeless Prevention Offices, assisting with rent and utility payments under a Case Management model; Homeless Services by Homeless Outreach Teams working in the community and at the Senator Philip D. Lewis Center; and Veteran Services providing advocacy. Additional services include: Deceased Indigent Program and Disaster Recovery Case Management.Serves as Collaborative Applicant and provides contract management for homeless services. Staff support is provided tothe Homeless Advisory Board, the Homeless Coalition, and the Veterans Coalition.

Ryan WhiteAdministers the Ryan White Act, Part A funds. Provides support, including health planning, for the mandatory advisory board: Palm Beach County HIV CARE Council. Part A funding is for eligible metropolitan areas hardest hit by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Community based and governmental agencies are contracted to assist in these services: outpatientmedical, laboratory, specialty medical, nurse care coordination, pharmacy, health insurance continuation, oral health, home health care, mental health, treatment adherence, case management, eligibility screening, and other support services.

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COMMUNITY SERVICES Palm Beach County, FL

FY 2017 OBJECTIVES Continue to create efficiencies through the use of technology to increase workforce productivity department-wide1.Program participants will receive employment initiatives and support that lead to increased self sufficiency,increased financial assets, and/or financial skills during the grant year.

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Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) applications will be processed and paid within time frame specified by grant requirements of less than 45 days in order to prevent service disconnections to programparticipants.

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Place FarmWorker

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