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File #: 20599    Version: 0 Name: COMBAT Treatment Agencies
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 12/30/2020 In control: Anti-Crime Committee
On agenda: 1/4/2021 Final action: 1/25/2021
Title: A RESOLUTION authorizing the Prosecuting Attorney to execute agreements with certain outside agencies which are engaged in anti-drug and anti-violent crime treatment activities and purposes, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $3,995,780.00.
Sponsors: Dan Tarwater III
Indexes: ANTI-DRUG, ANTI-VIOLENT CRIME, OUTSIDE AGENCIES, PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Attachments: 1. 20599adopt.pdf, 2. 20599bu.pdf, 3. 20599 Amethyst Place Inc..pdf, 4. 20599 Benilde Hall.pdf, 5. 20599 Cornerstones of Care.pdf, 6. 20599 Healing House.pdf, 7. 20599 Heartland Center for Behavioral Change.pdf, 8. 20599 Hope House.pdf, 9. 20599 Plaza Academy.pdf, 10. 20599 Restart Inc..pdf, 11. 20599 Rose Brooks.pdf, 12. 20599 Sisters In Christ.pdf, 13. 20599 Welcome House.pdf, 14. 20599 Mattie Rhodes Center.pdf, 15. 20599 ReDiscover Mental Health.pdf, 16. 20599 Crittenton COMBAT Treatment.pdf, 17. 20599 Guadalupe Centers Inc. COMBAT Treatment.pdf, 18. 20599 Truman Medical Center Treatment.pdf, 19. 20599 Childrens Mercy Hospital.pdf, 20. 20599 Truman Medical Center Project Rise.pdf, 21. 20599 Comprehensive Mental Health Services.pdf, 22. 20599 Swope Health Services.pdf, 23. 20599 Sheffield Place.pdf
IN THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI

Title
A RESOLUTION authorizing the Prosecuting Attorney to execute agreements with certain outside agencies which are engaged in anti-drug and anti-violent crime treatment activities and purposes, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $3,995,780.00.


Intro
RESOLUTION NO. 20599, January 4, 2021

INTRODUCED BY Dan Tarwater III, County Legislator


Body
WHEREAS, the voters of Jackson County, Missouri, renewed the sales tax to provide funding for the fight against illegal drugs and violent crime in our community; and,

WHEREAS, the proceeds and interest generated from this tax are deposited in a special Jackson County Anti-Crime Sales Tax Trust Fund that is segregated and not commingled with the general fund or any other special funds of the County; and,

WHEREAS, the voters and the Legislature authorized the Prosecuting Attorney, subject to approval by the Legislature, to contract with any organization or entity, whether public or private, which engages in anti-drug and anti-violent crime treatment activities; and,

WHEREAS, the COMBAT Commission solicited proposals from community agencies seeking to provide anti-drug and anti-violent crime treatment activities and services; and,

WHEREAS, these proposals were evaluated by outside reviewers who made funding recommendations to the Commission; and,

WHEREAS, after review of the outside evaluators' recommendations, the COMBAT Commission has recommended that the Prosecuting Attorney be authorized to execute agreements with certain outside agencies engaged in anti-drug and anti-violent crime treatment activities for services from January 1, 2021, to December 31, 2021, as set out below:

COMBAT Treatment Agency
AMOUNT
Amethyst Place
80,000
Benilde Hall
366,650
Children's Mercy Hospital
60,000
Comprehensive Mental Health Services
475,000
Cornerstones of Care
240,619
Crittenton Children's Center
112,464
Guadalupe Center, Inc.
109,770
Healing House,...

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