ODADAS/DMH Consolidation: State and Local Relationship Items

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ODADAS/DMH Consolidation:

State and Local Relationship Items

Meeting #1

August 13, 2012

Agenda

1)
Purpose of state/local relationship work

a)
Budget framework


begins today

b)
ORC revisions


begins Friday

2)
Logistics

3)
Discuss program series (into which budget line
items will be grouped)

4)
I
nitial input regarding line item organization

5)
Identify challenge issues to resolve

6)
Agenda for next week’s discussion

7)
Overview of ORC revisions work stream



Purpose


This system is


and will be


jointly
administered by state and ADAMH boards


Work Stream #1
: budget framework


Work Stream #2
: ORC revisions


Technical changes related to consolidation


Specific items related to improvements


Additional info at the end of this slide deck; first
meeting will be 8/17


Budget Framework


Define the basic line item strategy of the new agency


General Revenue Fund line items


Federal


State Special Revenue


Identify strategies to resolve current structural
challenges (to the extent possible)


Develop transition plans when needed


Purpose is NOT to identify specific funding
recommendation amounts

Budget Framework, 2


We will provide some basic education to create a
shared point of departure for discussions


We will seek input on topics and then return with
draft scenarios for further discussion


Timeline: Agency budget requests for FYs 14/15 due
to OBM by October 1, 2012


Public will be aware of line item approach but will
NOT receive information regarding the requested
amounts in each line until Gov. budget introduced


Budget Framework Meetings


Monday 8/13, 10 AM


1PM


Thursday 8/23, 1 PM


4 PM


Tuesday, 8/28, 9AM


12 PM


Week of September 3
rd

: TBA



Wednesday, 9/19, 1 PM


3 PM: Behavioral
Health Leadership Group will include summary of
various consolidation teams’ deliverables to date

Logistics


Your input is important


Time frame


Opportunities for involvement


Administration is ultimately accountable to
make decisions (i.e., no votes taken at these
meetings to reach decisions)


Also: Board Assn. is conducting regional
forums and will share that input as available

Creating Program Series:

A Key Piece of Budget Framework


Holly Jones
-

presentation


What is a program series?


Overview of the current ODADAS and DMH
program series


Initial draft approach for new agency


Questions and discussion


FY 14
-
15 Biennium Budget Planning


Goal


Consolidate DMH & ADA into new


One single department


Approach




Review Departments existing (FY 13) Funding
structure


look for obvious areas to merge


Seek input from internal staff and external
stakeholders


Program Series Explained:


From OBM Budget Guidance document for FY 14
-
15:


The underlying organizational structure for the budget
request is the description of an agency
by program
.


A
program series corresponds with a major area of focus
for an agency and is
made up
of one or more programs,
each of which has a narrower, more targeted focus on a
specific aspect
of the agency’s operations.


This
structure allows for a more comprehensive
budget
request
by clearly showing what is supported by each
program.


Agencies
will use
Program Budget
Requests to convey the
request for appropriations within the limitations detailed
in
the Guidance document.

Program Series (Categories)

Community & Recovery Services

Hospitals

Office of Support Services

Prevention Services

Program Management

FY 13 Programs that would fall into Community & Recovery Services


Adolescent Treatment

ATR

Biometrics

Board Match Reimbursement

Community Allocation

Community Medicaid

Community Medication

Community Treatment

DIP

Drug Courts

DYS Aftercare

Family & Children First

Forensic

Gambling Addiction/Treatment

Grants Administration

Indigent Driver

Local Medicaid Match

Per Capita Treatment

Per Capita Treatment

Problem Gambling Services

Program Management

SAMI

Targeted
Tx

Initi

TASC

TC

Treatment Allocation

Vocational Rehab
Admn

Women's Treatment

FY 13 Programs that would fall into Prevention Services


Circle for Recovery

Comm

Prevention

DFCC

Gambling Addiction/Prevention

Higher Ed

Per Capita Prevention

Prevention Allocation

Prevention Services

SPF
-
SIG

Targeted Prevention
Initi

UMADAOP

Underage Drinking

Women's Prevention

Youth Led

FY 13 Programs that would fall into Program Management


Certification

Debt Service

Family & Children First

Program Management

Appropriation Line Items


ALIs are specific to fund sources, i.e.,
authorization to spend from only one fund


ALIs provide spending authority for general or
specific purposes as outlined in the budget bill


May be linked to ORC or OAC


May include earmarks or other caveats


The spending authority can be used only if
sufficient cash is available, and vice versa

Appropriation Line Items, 2


We will organize this discussion by fund group


For GRF, should we have:


A combined subsidy line for both AOD and MH?


Specific, separate ALIs for AOD and MH services?


A combination of both?


For GRF, should we have:


General/broad expectations for use?


Line items for specific initiatives (e.g. opiates, kids
services)?


Appropriation Line Items, 3


Budget is our key tool to explain the system
and our priorities


Legislators, advocates, board members must be
able to clearly understand it


We want to be able to use this budget
framework to effectively advocate for our
system in future years


Discussion

Identify Challenge Issues


Block Grant & long term sustainability


Subsidy as comparable among communities


Other?


Discussion

Next Agenda:

Thursday 8/23, 1 PM


4 PM


Review updates to program series


Review potential line item construction


Begin to discuss challenges


specify detail here
as we close this first meeting


Begin to discuss transition plans (as applicable)


Other?


ORC Revisions


Meetings Begin 8/17


Review & recommendations will transcend all
applicable ORC chapters


Primary focus on technical changes that
directly support the consolidation


Potential focus on items of minimal
controversy that improve the system


Draft code lists will be developed by ODADAS
and DMH for discussion & modification

ORC Revisions, 2


We will place in parking lot those items which
are not directly related to consolidation and
which generate significant controversy


Rationale: we have limited time to prepare
this plan, and we must keep primary focus on
FY 14/15 budget


We will identify a logical time to address items
in parking lot (accountability)

ORC Revision Meetings


Friday 8/17, 1
P
M


3 PM


Wednesday 8/22,
9

AM


11 AM


Monday, 8/27, 1 PM


3 PM


Week of September 3
rd

: TBA



Wednesday, 9/19, 1 PM


3 PM: Behavioral
Health Leadership Group will include summary of
various consolidation teams’ deliverables to date