Draft Measure H FY 2018-19 Funding Recommendations Public

Draft Measure H FY 2018-19 Funding Recommendations Public

Draft Measure H FY 2018-19 Funding Recommendations Public Meeting March 14, 2018 REVENUE PLANNING PROCESS Jan. 29, 2018 County Departments and LAHSA submit funding requests to HI Feb. 2018 HI, County Departments, and LAHSA meet to discuss funding requests March 5, 2018 Public release of draft funding recommendations March 6, 2018 Webinar to explain draft funding recommendations March 14,

2018 Public Meeting to take public comment March 21, 2018 Final day to submit public comments through HI website Early April 2018 HI, County Departments, and LAHSA meet to discuss public comments and review draft funding recommendations April 26, 2018 HI presents Board Letter with final FY 2018-19 funding recommendations at Homeless Policy Board Deputies Meeting May 15, 2018 Board of Supervisors considers final FY 2018-19 Measure H Funding Recommendations

SUMMARY STRATEGY A1 A5 B1 B3 B4 B6 B7 C2 C4, C5, C6 C7 *in millions TENTATIVELY APPROVED ON JUNE 13, 2017* DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED* DIFFERENCE (+/-)* $6.000

$11.000 $5.138 $73.000 $7.190 $4.500 $25.342 $2.000 $15.680 $5.150 $6.000 $11.000 $6.258 $73.000 $9.097 $2.000 $27.342 $0 $12.680 $5.150 $0 $0 $1.120 $0 $1.907 $2.500

$2.000 $2.000 $3.000 $0 SUMMARY STRATEGY D2 TENTATIVELY APPROVED on June 13, 2017* $1.120 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED* $0 DIFFERENCE (+/-)* $1.120 D4 $0 $0

$0 D6 $1.130 $1.880 $0.750 D7 $49.300 $49.300 $0 E6 $27.000 $30.117 $3.117 E7

$35.500 $37.000 $1.5 E8 $69.885 $88.068 $18.183 E14 $19.000 $19.000 $0 F7 $15.000

$15.000 $0 $1.500 $1.750 $0.250 $374.435 $394.642 $20.207 Central Measure H Administration TOTAL *in millions A1: Homeless Prevention Program for Families LEAD AGENCY: Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) TENTATIVELY

APPROVED $6,000,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $6,000,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $0 Justification LAHSA projects that $1.5M will be expended in each quarter of FY 18-19 for a total of $6,000,000. This amount of funding will sustain the program at its current level. During FY 2017-18, some one-time Homeless Initiative funding was available. The increase in recommended Measure H funding from $3 m in FY 2017-18 to $6 m in FY 2018-19 corresponds to the exhaustion of this one-time funding. A5: Homeless Prevention Program for Individuals LEAD AGENCY: Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) TENTATIVELY APPROVED $11,000,000 DRAFT FUNDING

RECOMMENDED $11,000,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $0 Justification LAHSA projects that $2.75M will be expended in each quarter of FY 18-19 for a total of $11,000,000. The recommended increase in funding from FY 2017-18 to FY 2018-19 reflects the annualization of the partial-year costs for this new program in FY 2017-18. B1: Provide Subsidized Housing to Homeless Disabled Individuals Pursuing SSI LEAD AGENCY: Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) TENTATIVELY APPROVED $5,138,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $6,258,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $1,120,000

Justification Strategy B1 will transfer $1.12 M in one-time, justice-connected AB 109 funds to Strategy D2. Strategy D2 will transfer $1.12M in Measure H funding to Strategy B1 No net change for either strategy. B3: Expand Rapid Rehousing LEAD AGENCY: LAHSA / Department of Health Services (DHS) TENTATIVELY APPROVED $73,000,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $73,000,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $0 Justification This funding level will sustain the current program, enable additional federal Continuum of Care funding to be shifted from Rapid Rehousing to Permanent Supportive Housing, and support implementation of a shallow subsidy program. This strategy will fund interim housing in FY 18-19 for 752

families and individuals enrolled in a rapid rehousing program and awaiting placement in permanent housing. B4: Facilitate Utilization of Federal Housing Subsidies LEAD AGENCY: Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles (HACoLA) TENTATIVELY APPROVED $7,190,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $9,097,140 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $1,907,140 Justification When FY 18-19 funding recommendations were tentatively approved, per unit allocation was calculated at $3,500. Based on actual average expenditures per unit, $3,700 per unit is more appropriate. Tentatively approved funding level did not include administrative expenses. B6: Family Reunification Housing Subsidies

LEAD AGENCY: Department of Children & Family Service (DCFS) Community Development Commission (CDC) TENTATIVELY DRAFT FUNDING DIFFERENCE (+/-) APPROVED RECOMMENDED $4,500,000 $2,000,000 - $2,500,000 Justification An additional $2.5 M in projected foster care placement savings will be reinvested in FY 18-19, resulting in no net reduction in funding for Strategy B6. B7: Interim Housing for Those Exiting Institutions LEAD AGENCY: LAHSA / DHS / Department of Public Health (DPH) TENTATIVELY APPROVED $25,342,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $27,342,000

DIFFERENCE (+/-) $2,000,000 Justification The tentatively approved allocation would have funded 250 beds for 12 months and assumed a 12-month ramp up for 200 new beds. The increased funding will support 450 beds for the full 12month period in FY 2018-19. C2: Increase Employment for Homeless Adults by Supporting Social Enterprise C7: Subsidized Employment for Homeless Adults LEAD AGENCY: Workforce Development, Aging, and Community Services (WDACS) TENTATIVELY APPROVED $2,000,000 (C2) $5,150,000 (C7) DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $0 $5,150,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) - $2,000,000 $0

Justification There is $2M remaining in one-time HI funding for Strategy C2, which will be carried over into FY 18-19. Therefore, Measure H funding can be reduced by $2M with no net reduction in funding for Strategy C2. C4/C5/C6: Countywide SSI/SSDI and Veterans Benefits Advocacy LEAD AGENCY: DHS TENTATIVELY APPROVED $15,680,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $12,680,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) - $3,000,000 Justification This recommendation assumes that $3M in new federal revenue can be drawn down to offset the $3M reduction in Measure H funding, such that there will be no net change in funding for this strategy. D2: Jail In-Reach

LEAD AGENCY: DHS / Sheriffs Department TENTATIVELY APPROVED $1,120,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $0 DIFFERENCE (+/-) - $1,120,000 Justification Strategy B1 will transfer $1.12 M in one-time, justice-connected AB 109 funds to Strategy D2. Strategy D2 will transfer $1.12M in Measure H funding to Strategy B1 No net change for either strategy. $157,000 in one-time HI funding remains available for utilization for this strategy in FY 18-19. D6: Criminal Record Clearing Project LEAD AGENCY: Public Defender (PD) TENTATIVELY APPROVED $1,130,000

DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $1,880,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $750,000 Justification Additional funding is requested to enable the Los Angeles City Attorney to help clear infractions at all Public Defender record clearing events countywide. The Public Defender can only address felonies and misdemeanors. This funding will expand an existing Los Angeles City Attorney program funded by the County. D7: Provide Services and Rental Subsidies for Permanent Supportive Housing LEAD AGENCY: DHS, DPH, Department of Mental Health (DMH) TENTATIVELY APPROVED $49,300,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $49,300,000

DIFFERENCE (+/-) $0 Justification The tentatively approved funding level will support the 2500 new PSH clients enrolled in FY 2017-18, 2950 additional PSH clients targeted for enrollment in FY 2018-19, and enhanced services for current PSH. E6: Expand Countywide Outreach System LEAD AGENCY: LAHSA TENTATIVELY APPROVED $27,000,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $30,117,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $3,117,000 Justification On October 17, 2017, the Board of Supervisors approved funding for January-June 2018 for 40 generalist outreach

workers specifically for public agency site: Public Works, Beaches and Harbors, Metro, and city and county parks and libraries. The additional funding requested (coupled with reduced spending for some current program components) will: (1) cover full-year costs for these 40 outreach workers; and (2) support two weekend outreach teams per SPA one multi-disciplinary team and one LAHSA generalist team. E7: Strengthen the Coordinated Entry System LEAD AGENCY: LAHSA TENTATIVELY APPROVED $35,500,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $37,000,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $1,500,000 Justification $500,000 of the increased recommended funding will enable Councils of Governments to continue coordinating the efforts of their member cities to combat homelessness.

$1,000,000 of the increased recommended funding will provide half-year funding for grants to cities to support implementation of their homelessness plans. $2 m will be recommended for FY 2019-20. E8: Enhance the Emergency Shelter System LEAD AGENCY: LAHSA TENTATIVELY APPROVED $69,885,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $88,068,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $18,183,000 Justification Increased funding will support 1,267 additional interim housing beds in FY 2018-19. E14: Enhanced Services for Transition Age Youth LEAD AGENCY: LAHSA TENTATIVELY

APPROVED $19,000,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $19,000,000 Justification Projected expenditures in FY 18-19: Transitional Housing $15.4M Family Reconnection $1.9M Access/Drop-In Centers $840K Youth Collaboration $40K CES Education Liaisons $800K TOTAL: $19M DIFFERENCE (+/-) $0 F7: Preserve and Promote the

Development of Affordable Housing for Homeless Families and Individuals LEAD AGENCY: CDC TENTATIVELY APPROVED $15,000,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $15,000,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $0 Justification LAHSA is currently conducting a Request for Proposals process for capital funding to increase the supply of interim housing. If the results of that RFP demonstrate that more than the $5 million currently allocated for that RFP is warranted, the final FY 2018-19 funding recommendations to the Board of Supervisors may include a recommendation to shift some FY 2018-19 or FY 2019-20 funding from this strategy to increase the capital funding for interim housing. Central Measure H Administration LEAD AGENCY: Chief Executive Office Homeless Initiative

TENTATIVELY APPROVED $1,500,000 DRAFT FUNDING RECOMMENDED $1,750,000 DIFFERENCE (+/-) $250,000 Justification Increase is based on increased costs for staff, audits, and consultant services. Other / General Comments We welcome general comments at this time. NEXT STEPS March 21, 2018 Last day to submit public comments through HI website

Early April 2018 HI, County Departments, and LAHSA meet to discuss public comments and consider potential revisions to recommendations April 26, 2018 May 15, 2018 HI presents Board Letter with final funding recommendations at Homeless Policy Board Deputies Meeting Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration, Room 739 2:00pm 4:00pm Board of Supervisors considers final FY 2018-19 Measure H Funding Recommendations FOR UP TO DATE INFORMATION VISIT US AT: HTTP://HOMELESS.LACOUNTY.GOV QUESTIONS + COMMENTS

LA COUNTY HOMELESS INITIATIVE Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration 500 West Temple Street, Room 493 Los Angeles, CA 90012 [email protected] @CountyHomelessInitiative To provide public comment for the FY 18-19 Measure H Funding Recommendations, please visit our website at http://homeless.lacounty.gov FOR UP TO DATE INFORMATION VISIT US AT: HTTP://HOMELESS.LACOUNTY.GOV

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