Tehama County
California

Consent Item
2018-208

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Information

Department:Social ServicesSponsors:
Category:Agreement/MOU/Amendment

Financial Impact

The cost of this contract is budgeted in budget unit 5022 account 55395 County Childrens Fund. Per W&I code 18966.1 (a)3(d) – Counties that receive less than $20,000 per annum for their County Children’s Trust Funds (CCTF) from the fees on birth certificates shall be granted from Community Base Child Abuse Prevention(CBCAP) funds that amount necessary to bring that income to the trust fund to $20,000 per year. The 2018/19 budget estimates the CCTF funds to be $8,010 and $11,990 of CBCAP funds will be used to bring the total to $20,000. CBCAP funds are authorized through Federal Title II.

REQUESTED ACTION (S)

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chief Deputy Director to sign the agreement with Northern California Child Development, Inc. (NCCDI) for the purpose of providing administrative support to the Tehama County Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council with maximum compensation not to exceed $20,000 per fiscal year with maximum compensation not to exceed $60,000, effective 7/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-186)

 

 

BACKGROUND INFO

The Tehama County Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council (TCCAPCC) performs the duties of the County Children's Trust Fund Council, per Board of Supervisors resolution #20-2010. The TCCAPCC is comprised of volunteer members from local agencies, community-based organizations, and the general community. An autonomously functioning Executive Board leads TCCAPCC, and provides annual reports of its activities to the County Board of Supervisors. High priority activities for TCCAPCC are co-coordinating local events and fairs designed to promote child abuse and neglect prevention, conducting trainings, and demonstrations by request at schools and other local agencies on a wide array of subjects, such as Shaken Baby Syndrome and mandated reporter training.  Northern California Child Development, Inc. provides administrative support in the form of staff and clerical support, membership recruitment, and community planning at the guidance of  TCCAPCC, in promoting child abuse awareness and working to prevent child abuse and neglect by promoting positive parenting, healthy families, and homes where children are valued and loved.