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Understanding the Master Contract. April 4, 2012. How Webinar Technology Works. Only Cathy and the presenters can be heard; all others are in listen-only mode.

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how webinar technology works
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 don’t get to you during the session, we will follow up with you afterward.
goals for today
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--

today s presenters
Today’s 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
county plan template
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.
direct and indirect supports
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.

size matters
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.

indirect subsidies by county boards
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

direct subsidies by county boards
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.

ross county
Ross County

Rick Marriott

Greg Williamson

frontier development corporation
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
process
Process
  • County Plan
  • Negotiation
    • Involvement of NP and CBDD board members
  • Monitoring/Accountability
  • Ending the Contract
elements
Elements
  • Contract Term
  • Housing Corporation Obligations
  • County Board Obligations
  • Compliance with Laws and Regulations

(Community Capital Assistance Program)

elements cont
Elements, cont.
  • Financial Provisions
    • Transfer of state CCA funds
    • Board payment of corporation’s administrative expenses
    • Rent subsidy
    • Vacancy Support/Occupancy Guarantee
    • Major damage
elements cont1
Elements, cont.
  • Insurance and Indemnity
  • Termination, Modification, Notice of Intent to Renew
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Miscellaneous Provisions
geauga county

Geauga County

Tami Setlock

Keith Werbeach

maple leaf residential services
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 exofficio appointed by county board
  • Privatized in last five years (within term of current contract)
process1
Process
  • County Plan
  • Negotiation
    • Involvement of NP and CBDD board members
  • Prosecuting Attorney’s Review
  • Monitoring/Accountability
  • Ending the Contract
elements1
Elements

Contract Term

Corporation Obligations

Board Obligations

Compliance with Laws and Regulations

(Community Capital Assistance Program)

elements cont2
Elements, cont.

Financial Provisions

Transfer of state CCA funds

Board payment of corporation’s administrative expenses

Rent subsidy

Vacancy Support/Occupancy Guarantee

Major damage

elements cont3
Elements, cont.
  • Insurance and Indemnity
  • Termination, Modification, Notice of Intent to Renew
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Miscellaneous Provisions
other contracts available
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
dhn technical assistance
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
upcoming events
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
staff contacts
Staff Contacts

Jacalyn Slemmer, Executive Director

614-595-4110

jacalynslemmer@disabilityhousingnetwork.org

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Cathy Allen,

Technical Assistance Consultant

419-732-1770

cathyallen@disabilityhousingnetwork.org

www.disabilityhousingnetwork.org