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2021 Treatment Funding

Steps

  1. 1. Requirements
  2. 2. Contact Information
  3. 3. Program Location(s)
  4. 4. Levels of Services
  5. 5. Recovery Houses Only
  6. 6. Program Summary
  7. 7. Logic Model
  8. 8. Annual Outcomes
  9. 9. Outcome Measurements
  10. 10. Program Budget
  11. 11. Unit Pricing
  12. 12. Attachments
  13. 13. Submission
  • Requirements

    1. Jackson County COMBAT

    2. Important

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    3. Name of program for which you are applying for funding.

    4. 2021 Substance-Use Disorder Treatment Application

      The objectives of the COMBAT Substance-Use Disorder Treatment funding application is to provide treatment services with an over reaching goal of achieving the following general outcomes for those who use drugs:

      1) Counseling and/or medical-assisted programs leading to long-term recovery from drug use;

      2) Retention in treatment for a period of time that maximizes treatment effects;

      3) Improved employment and/or educational status;

      4) Elimination of criminal behavior;

      5) Improved family relationships and living environment; and

      6) Creation or enhancement of a social support system that is conducive to recovery

    5. Requirements

    6. ALL Requirements Must Be Met At Time Of Applying

      IMPORTANT: The online application program will not permit you to continue to the next section of the website until you complete the section on which you are working.

    7. Jackson County Requirments

      A) Tax Clearance Required: Chapter 10, 1003 of the Jackson County Codes states “No person, firm or corporation, residing in Jackson County, or otherwise legally within the taxing jurisdiction of the County, shall be eligible to provide any goods, contractual services or anything covered by this chapter, unless that person, form or corporation is duly listed and assessed on the County tax rolls and is in no way delinquent on any taxes payable to the County” (Ord. 3839, Eff. 11/28/06). Tax Clearance is required for all applicants applying for funding.

      B) Goal for Minority Hiring and Employment: Chapter 93, 9304 of the Jackson County Code regarding COMBAT states “Any proceeds from the Anti-Drug Sales Tax creating jobs and employment shall have a twenty percent goal for minority hiring and employment” (Ord. 1795, Sec. 4; Ord. 1941). Since this is a specific requirement for COMBAT, it is required during the application period and will be monitored.

      Each funded organization must provide evidence of liability insurance coverage during the time of award of funding from Jackson County.

      Applicant organizations must have on file a Compliance Certificate from Jackson County before any funding may be awarded.

    8. COMBAT Requirements

      A) Any organization requesting COMBAT funding must provide services to Jackson County residents in Jackson County.

      B) Applicant organizations must provide a copy of a letter from the Internal Revenue Service indicating current 501.c.3 tax-exempt status.

      C) Applicant organizations must provide proof of current Good Standing with the MO Secretary of State.

      D) An applying agency must have been in existence for at least two years.

      E) Applicant organizations must provide a copy of a certified financial audit (within the past two fiscal years).

      F) Applicant organizations must provide a copy of a current IRS form 990 (within past two years) or extension letter.

      G) COMBAT funding is provided on a reimbursement basis, available upon submission of receipts and proof of payment. It is strongly suggested that applicants have at least 10% of their program budget from other sources to provide these up-front funds.

      H) COMBAT funds cannot be used for capital purchases.

      I) COMBAT requires that all agencies receiving funding for Treatment services be certified by the State of Missouri, Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, or accredited or licensed by a nationally recognized accreditation/licensure organization, to provide substance-use disorder treatment services.

      J) COMBAT requires that substance-use disorder treatment programs receiving COMBAT funding must accept referrals from Jackson County Drug Court.

      K) All counseling services for substance-use disorder treatment must be delivered by individuals who are either Licensed or Certified Counselors as defined by the Missouri Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse according to Certification Standards for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, 9 CSR 30-3.110 Section 6.

      L) All COMBAT funded programs must participate in designated reporting systems to track information on COMBAT funded clients and services, including demographics.

      M) Background screening must be performed on all persons providing direct services (paid treatment staff and/or volunteers) prior to their providing direct services in accordance with 9 CSR 10-5.190. Evidence of such checks, and the results obtained, must be kept in the organization’s personnel files and be available for review by COMBAT staff.

    9. Staff Requirements

      A) All counseling services must be delivered by individuals who are either Licensed or Certified Counselors as defined by the Missouri Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse according to Certification Standards for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, 9 CSR 30-3.110 Section 6. Interns cannot be substituted for licensed or certified counselors and if used, must be supervised during sessions.

      B) Any staff person providing family counseling must be qualified to provide family counseling according to Certification Standards for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, 9 CSR 30-3.110 Section 6.

      C) Any staff person providing counseling services to adolescents must be qualified according to pages 56-58, Certification Standards for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, 9 CSR 30-3.192.

      D) Any staff members providing therapeutic day care, children’s activities, or children’s learning groups must be qualified according to Certification Standards for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program 9 CSR 30-3.190.

    10. Acknowledgement*

      I have read all requirements for 2021 COMBAT Substance-Use Disorder Treatment funding.