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Title: Understanding the Master Contract


1
Understanding the Master Contract
  • April 4, 2012

2
How Webinar Technology Works
  • Only Cathy and the presenters can be heard all
    others are in listen-only mode.
  • Cathy will send each participant a two-digit code
    to enter into your conference call. This will
    give us a chance to activate your audio for
    questions.
  • The control panel on your screen gives you a
    place to click to raise your hand. That will
    signal Cathy that you have a question.
  • If we dont get to you during the session, we
    will follow up with you afterward.

3
Goals for Today
  • Go over the elements of the master contract.
  • Review DHN-developed data concerning master
    contracts across the state.
  • Hear from two counties about how they decided
    important questions about their contracts.
  • --poll questions--

4
Todays Presenters
  • Jacalyn Slemmer, Executive Director, DHN
  • Rick Marriott, Superintendent, Ross County CBDD
  • Greg Williamson, Director of Residential
    Services, Ross CBDD and Executive Director,
    Frontier Development
  • Keith Werbeach, Executive Director, Maple Leaf
    Residential Services
  • Tami Setlock, Director of Community Support
    Services, Geauga CBDD

5
DHN County Plan What have we learned about
master contracts?
  • Jacalyn Slemmer

6
County Plan Template
  • Purpose to assist county boards and housing
    corporations to engage in relevant conversation
    about current and future housing needs to
    establish priority use of resources.

7
County Plans Submitted 2010-2011
8
Direct and Indirect Supports
  • Housing corporations receive two primary types of
    support from county boards
  • Direct cash subsidies
  • Indirect/In-Kind subsidies
  • These can be alone or in combination.

9
Size matters!
  • Smaller Housing Corporations (those that own 15
    or fewer properties) are more likely to receive
    indirect subsidy support.
  • Medium (16-75 properties) and Large (more than 75
    properties) Housing Corporations are more likely
    to receive vacancy payment support.

10
Indirect Subsidies by County Boards
  • In-kind Support
  • Professional Staff- 42 of H.C. receive this
    subsidy, with an average annual value of approx.
    35K
  • Administrative Staff- 35 of H.C. receive this
    subsidy, with an average annual value of approx.
    26K
  • Maintenance Staff- 42 of H.C. receive this
    subsidy, with an average annual value of approx.
    82K
  • Office Space- 38 of H.C. receive this subsidy,
    with an annual value of 1,200- 10K

11
Direct Subsidies by County Boards
  • Cash Maintenance Subsidy- 12 of H.C. receive
    this subsidy with a reported annual value ranging
    between 50 per site to 130K per year.
  • Rental Subsidy- 54 of H.C. receive this subsidy,
    with an annual average per person of 3871
  • Development Revenue- the average H.C. receives
    approx. 11.6 of their development revenue for
    acquisitions from the County Board of DD
  • Payment for Vacancies- 54 of H.C. receive this
    subsidy, with a wide variance on implementation.
    Examples include after 30 days, after 45 days,
    until filled, by bedroom, 697/per month,
    1250/per month.

12
Ross County
  • Rick Marriott
  • Greg Williamson

13
Frontier Development Corporation
  • 15 homes/29 residents
  • One home used as emergency respite
  • 5 volunteer board members
  • CB Residential Director responsible for
    management of housing corporation
  • Maintenance done by local vendors, coordinated by
    Residential Director

14
Process
  • County Plan
  • Negotiation
  • Involvement of NP and CBDD board members
  • Monitoring/Accountability
  • Ending the Contract

15
Elements
  • Contract Term
  • Housing Corporation Obligations
  • County Board Obligations
  • Compliance with Laws and Regulations
  • (Community Capital Assistance Program)

16
Elements, cont.
  • Financial Provisions
  • Transfer of state CCA funds
  • Board payment of corporations administrative
    expenses
  • Rent subsidy
  • Vacancy Support/Occupancy Guarantee
  • Major damage

17
Elements, cont.
  • Insurance and Indemnity
  • Termination, Modification, Notice of Intent to
    Renew
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Miscellaneous Provisions

18
Geauga County
  • Tami Setlock
  • Keith Werbeach

19
Maple Leaf Residential Services
  • 17 homes/60 residents
  • Anticipate developing 4 houses in next two years
    (downsizing ICF by 15 residents)
  • 8 volunteer board members plus one ex officio
    appointed by county board
  • Privatized in last five years (within term of
    current contract)

20
Process
  • County Plan
  • Negotiation
  • Involvement of NP and CBDD board members
  • Prosecuting Attorneys Review
  • Monitoring/Accountability
  • Ending the Contract

21
Elements
  • Contract Term
  • Corporation Obligations
  • Board Obligations
  • Compliance with Laws and Regulations
  • (Community Capital Assistance Program)

22
Elements, cont.
  • Financial Provisions
  • Transfer of state CCA funds
  • Board payment of corporations administrative
    expenses
  • Rent subsidy
  • Vacancy Support/Occupancy Guarantee
  • Major damage

23
Elements, cont.
  • Insurance and Indemnity
  • Termination, Modification, Notice of Intent to
    Renew
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Miscellaneous Provisions

24
Other contracts available
  • www.disabilityhousingnetwork.org
  • Cuyahoga/NCCH
  • Preble/Foundation for the Challenged
  • Ottawa/Ottawa Residential Services
  • Will add these two as well.
  • Would love to have a complete collection for
    analysis purposes

25
DHN Technical Assistance
  • Funded by Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council
  • Provides DHN consultant who can
  • Assist with self-assessment
  • Attend/facilitate board meetings
  • Attend/facilitate stakeholder meetings
  • Facilitate strategic planning retreats
  • Provide consultation on board development, policy
    development and housing operations

26
Upcoming Events
  • Spring Conference - April 17 and 18, in
    conjunction with OPRA
  • May 2 Webinar Operating Budgets
  • Spring Regional Meetings
  • East May 8
  • South May 9
  • West May 15
  • Northwest May 16

27
Staff Contacts
  • Jacalyn Slemmer, Executive Director
  • 614-595-4110
  • jacalynslemmer_at_disabilityhousingnetwork.org
  • Cathy Allen,
  • Technical Assistance Consultant
  • 419-732-1770
  • cathyallen_at_disabilityhousingnetwork.org
  • www.disabilityhousingnetwork.org

28
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