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Iii a fy 12 13 budget presentation

  1. 1. JWB JULY 1FY 12/13 2 Budget basics BUDGET
  2. 2. REVENUE MAXIMIZATIONBUDGET AD VALOREM GRANTSELEMENTS MAJOR REVENUES INTEREST INTERGOVERNMENTAL
  3. 3. 68% Ad ValoremAll Funds $50 $47 $45 .8981 $38Includes Program Stability and $25 Revenues $1.2M donation Program Stability $12 $13 $10 $9 $4 $2 $1 $0 Revenue Other Funds Max 17% in millions
  4. 4. $735K $12.2m Grants: Carerra, Buyback and IRS Vita, 21st Century Targeted Case Management $15REVENUE $11MAXIMIZATION $8 DO SOMETHING $4MATCHING FUNDS, AND GRANTS $0 DO NOTHING in millions
  5. 5. STABLE AND NURTURING BudgetInvestments About our LEARN Headline AND Indicators programs SUCCEED SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE HEALTHY
  6. 6. School Readiness Purchases quality child care scholarships for children 0-5 to increase school readinessLearn and Succeed 1 (currently 57%) for children in scholarship care. Matching funds for ELC and child care facility licensing. $9.1 million. Children served with JWB and match: +1000 (e)$19.6 million Out of School Time Major Investments 2 Purchases before/after school scholarships for children 9-14. Provides a learning environment to enhance school success. $5 million. Children served: 4,375
  7. 7. Special NeedsLearn and Succeed 3 Specialized interventions which work to eliminate negative behaviors that interfere with early childhood development. $1.8 million. Children served: 853 Violence Prevention 4 Major Conflict resolution services in Pinellas Investments County Schools $800K. Children served: 1,336
  8. 8. 5 Mentoring Evidence-based program matching youth with a caring adult to promote pro-social behaviors, improve academic performance and prevent involvement in risky behaviors. $572K. Children served:1,256 6 LiteracyLearn and Evidence-based program provides parents with Succeed children 3-5 years of age in-home parent education related to early literacy development Major for their children. $517K. Children served: 737Investments 7 Pregnancy Prevention Federal grant to pilot the Carerra program locally. $600K. Children served: 63
  9. 9. Child Abuse Prevention Nurse Family Partnership, Healthy Families andStable and 1 Kinship Program. Evidence based or emerging programs. Outcome measurement is a reduction in the number of children in the Child Welfare System.Nurturing $7 million. Children served: 2,352 2 Family Services Pool A system of care that seeks to assist families to$19.2 million achieve stability by providing an array of services, supports, coordination, information, referral and family navigation.Major Investments $6.2 million. Units provided to families: 13,000
  10. 10. 3 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Purpose: provides mental health and substanceStable and abuse services. Children are provided outpatientNurturing mental health treatment. $5.5 million. Children served: 4,383Major Investments
  11. 11. Neighborhood Family CentersSAFE AND 1 Located in the seven high risk neighborhoods identified by JWB, theseSUPPORTIVE centers provide family stability services. $3.8 million. Children served: 1,698$4.6 million SheltersMajor Investments 2 Domestic Violence, Homeless and Runaway shelters. $690K. Children served: 1,151
  12. 12. SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CLINICS Health Clinics located at Gibbs, NortheastHealthy 1 and Boca Ciega High Schools. Also hopes to provide health ser vices to the community.$716K Children served: 982Major Investments
  13. 13. % OF THE TOTAL BUDGETAdministration 8.2% $3.0 $3.0 $3 $2 EXECUTIVE OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS HUMAN RESOURCES $1.6 $2 $1.3 $1.4 $1.4 PUBLIC POLICY INVESTMENT AND RESOURCE AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT Comparison $1 $0.5 $0.5 TECHNICAL11/12 - 12/13 ASSISTANCE $0 ASO PERFORMANCE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT in millions
  14. 14. PROGRAM ACCOUNTABILITY AND ANALYSIS Program outcome measurement and 1 research. Funding for data harvesting at the school system. Research Unit supports this effort. JWB spends less than 2% ofOther the program budget on accountability andinvestments analysis. $300KMajor Investments PROGRAM OUTREACH/EDUCATION 2 Outreach and information for citizens to access JWB services. $200K
  15. 15. NEW: SCHOOL READINESS VS. CHILD CARE NEW: FAMILY 43% SERVICES POOL CLIENT FOCUSED $30 SERVICES LEARN ANDProgram $23 SUCCEED$21Budget $20 $19 $18 14% $15All Investments $8 $5 $5 OTHER $1 $1 $2 $1 $0 STABLE AND NURTURING 43% in millions
  16. 16. 1 ADMINISTRATION & HUMAN RESOURCES Mary Grace Duffy, Ed. D., Director $681K. Staff: 4 2 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT: Lisa Sahulka, MPA, Director Research, Contract Management, Finance, ASO, Technology $3 million (ASO $509K). Staff: 27Administration 3Gay Lancaster, MA PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT,Executive Director Marcie Biddleman, Ph.D., Director Provides community, program, technical support andExecutive Office & issue expertise. Directs Wealth Building campaign.Communications $1.3 million. Staff: 16 $658K 4 Staff: 4 PUBLIC POLICY AND RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Debra Prewitt, MPA, Director. Grant writing and legislative advocacy. $509K. Staff: 5
  17. 17. We pay the Property Appraiser and the Tax Collector to administer ad valorem revenues Property tax $1,500 fees $1,125 $1,065 $1,009Non-Operating TechnologyComparison $750 Business11/12-12/13 Intelligence $375 $210 $240 $182 Includes fees and $22potential expenses. $0 Annual Leave, Sick Leave Pool and Executive Director Search and FRS in thousands

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