In the matter of approving Intergovernmental Agreement #14207 between the State of Oregon, Oregon Youth Authority (OYA), and the Klamath County Juvenile Department (KCJD), to provide residential rehabilitation services, the Klamath Youth Inspiration Program (Klamath YIP) from July 1, 2019, to June 30, 2021. -Dan Golden, Juvenile Department Director
Background: The Klamath County Juvenile Department and Oregon Youth Authority collaborate to offer residential rehabilitation services (Klamath YIP) for female youth offenders. The Oregon Youth Authority certified the program on July 8, 2013. The Oregon Department of Human Services approved YIP on October 17, 2013. The Oregon Health Authority approved YIP to receive Behavioral Rehabilitation Services (BRS) funds on October 23, 2013. From 2013 to 2015, the OYA contracted with YIP under individual service contracts. In 2015, KCJD responded to an OYA RFP for residential services and was awarded a biennial contract. The proposed agreement #14207 is the latest biennial contract. The juvenile department is seeking approval of Intergovernmental Agreement #14207 from the Klamath County Board of Commissioners, with approval for the Juvenile Department Director to sign.
Fiscal Impact: OYA will pay for YIP placements using BRS funds approved by the Oregon Health Authority in the amount of $270.82 per day per youth. OYA will pay for bed days when clients are present. Nine program beds are approved. OYA will pay for additional program reimbursements. The maximum amount available for biennium 2019-2021 under this agreement is $1,788,349.78.
Recommended Motion: Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement #14207 between the Oregon Youth Authority and the Klamath County Juvenile Department, for the Klamath Youth Inspiration Program to provide residential rehabilitation services. The fiscal impact is revenue up to $1,788,349.78 paid by the Oregon Youth Authority to Klamath County for the 2019-2021 biennium. Approval for the Juvenile Department Director to sign the Intergovernmental Agreement on behalf of Klamath County.