Tehama County

Consent Item



Department:Community Action AgencySponsors:

Financial Impact

The cost of this contract is budgeted in Budget Unit 5062, Community Action Agency, Account 53280, Special Department Expense. This AmeriCorps position will be providing support for the Wraparound Foster Care Program for Child Welfare Services, and the Family Stabilization Program for CalWORKs Employment Services. Reimbursement for the cost will come through Social Services interfund transfer: $6,477.50 Child Welfare Services Wraparound fund account for the Wraparound foster care position and $6,477.50 CalWORKs Employment Services State-Only Family Stabilization allocation, for a total of $12,955. No Federal or County General funds are being used for the cost of this contract.


a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Community Action Agency Executive Director, or her designee, to sign agreement 3-CM-YTC-TCA-17-18 with the Youth Investment Center for the provision of attaining an AmeriCorps Volunteer Service Member to assist Community Action Agency in the development, support, and administration of the Family Support Program with maximum compensation not to exceed $12,955, effective 9/1/17 through 8/31/18

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-229)


Tehama County Community Action Agency provides low income families and individuals with assistance in accessing resources throughout the community for employment, education, housing, child care needs and more. The Wraparound and Family Support Programs focus on providing intensive case management services to families with children who have, or may be entering the Child Welfare System/Child Protective Service (CWS/CPS) because of serious or complex needs. The goal is to prevent the family from re-entering or entering CWS/CPS. The CalWORKs Family Stabilization Program works with individuals and families experiencing high barriers, making it difficult to participate in Welfare to Work. The AmeriCorps Service Volunteers work with the families to provide support through an assessment and individualized care case plan which outlines goals for the family and strategies to meet those goals; they assist with the implementation, follow through, and evaluation of this plan. They teach the family communication strategies, appropriate boundaries, and provide the family with rules and structure; all these activities take place with active participation from the families to ensure they are engaged in making changes to their lives.

Meeting History

Sep 12, 2017 8:30 AM Audio Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting
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MOVER:Bob Williams, Supervisor - District 4
SECONDER:Burt Bundy, Supervisor - District 5
AYES:Candy Carlson, Dennis Garton, Steve Chamblin, Bob Williams, Burt Bundy