Cleaning offerings spotlight Centre County commissioners’ assembly

The commissioners moved to subsequent week’s consent agenda a contract with Carol Froehlich to provide cleansing offerings on the Bellefonte Senior Resource Center up to two instances consistent with the week for an anticipated 3 hours per week. The agreement total is $6,044 for the duration of July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2022. Additionally, an agreement with Patricia Ketcho to offer cleansing services at the Philipsburg Senior Resource Center as much as 5 times in step with week for an expected 12.24 hours in keeping with the week turned into moved to the consent schedule. The contract total is $21,880 for the duration of July 1, 2019, via June 30, 2022.

Also, the commissioners agreed to amend an agreement with Wizzards Janitorial Systems, Inc., to stop cleansing offerings on the Centre Hall magisterial district justice office 49-3-04. The modification reduces the yearly contract with the aid of $3,797.43. The item changed into also moved to subsequent week’s consent agenda. There have been several other gadgets that the commissioners moved to subsequent week’s consent agenda:

∫ Collaboration with the Pennsylvania Department of Health Prescription Drug Monitoring Program to offer coroner reviews and toxicology reviews for overdose deaths, violent deaths, and maternal deaths in Centre County. Participation in this application will provide $10,000 in sales.

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∫ Data sharing settlement with the Pennsylvania Department of Health to make certain integrity, protection, and confidentiality of records. The Department of

Health will use data received from the coroner’s office to feature to the National Violent Death Reporting System. The time period of this agreement is

Oct. 1, 2017, thru Aug. 31, 2019.

Contract renewal with Power DMS, Inc. To provide a software program for the management of guidelines and online schooling. The contract overall is $12,054 from Sept. 4, 2019, thru Sept. Three, 2020.

∫ Contract renewal with Twin Lakes Center offers drug and alcohol offerings consisting of non-sanatorium cleansing and non-sanatorium inpatient rehabilitation. The settlement general is estimated at $5,000, which’s state-funded from July 1, 2019, via June 30, 2020.

∫ Contract renewal with Roxbury Treatment Center to provide drug and alcohol services that include non-clinic detoxing, non-hospital inpatient rehabilitation, and non-hospital inpatient rehabilitation co-going on. The contract general is envisioned at $5,000, which is kingdom-funded for July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020.

∫ Contract renewal with Crossroads Counseling, Inc. To offer drug and alcohol offerings which consist of outpatient remedy (man or woman, institution, intensive), patron assists offerings, network primarily based offerings, licensed recuperation services, healing house, mobile therapy/case-control, MAT, Vivitrol injections, and partial hospitalization. The settlement general is $187,788, which is funded as follows: Federal ($one hundred and five,020), kingdom ($81,221), and county ($1,547) from July 1, 2019, thru June 30, 2020.

∫ Contract renewal with Brockerhoff House Corporation to offer representative payee offerings for intellectual disability and mental health purchasers. Overall, the contract is $21,480, which is funded as follows: state ($20,490) and county ($990) for the duration of July 1, 2019, thru June 30, 2020.

∫ Contract renewal with Cen-Clear Child Services, Inc. To offer mental fitness services that consist of outpatient psychiatric evaluation/medication health facility, telepsychiatry, peer guide, family-primarily based mental health services. The contract total is $17,000, which’s funded as follows: State ($16,216) and county ($784) from July 1, 2019, thru June 30, 2020.

∫ Contract with Tuscarora Intermediate Unit (TIU) eleven to allow the TIU, via the Department of Education– Office of Child Development and Early Learning, to disburse supply price range to authorized grantees for training and technical assistance to early intervention programs. The kingdom funds had been offered to applications that concentrate on a software precedence location addressing social relationships, language, and early literacy or early youth results. The contract overall is $15,000, which’s kingdom-funded in the course of July 1, 2019, via June 30, 2020.

Kim James

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