Jackson County 708 Board met October 22.
Jackson County 708 Board met October 22.
Here is the minutes provided by the board:
Call to Order (5:30 pm):
Members Present: Flowers, Hunter, St. Julian, Thomas, Williamson and Willis
Also Present: Maggie McKenzie, Betti Mucha, Kathy Baumann, Ginny Donney, Tammy Wieseman, Deanna Cruse, Graydon Burchfield, Steven Johnson, Nancy Maxwell
Approval of Minutes:
I. 18-3765 September 17, 2018 minutes
A motion was made by Treasurer Flowers, seconded by Willis, to approve the September 17, 2018 minutes as presented. The motion carried by unanimous vote.
II. 18-3766 Youth & Adult Mental Health Training's
This is for informational purposes. Williamson informed the board that she has attended them in the past and found them to be engaging and good for everyone.
Recognition of Visitors
SIU Clinical Center reported that they have completed 19 assessments and they have added an additional measure to the evaluation battery to help with social processing issues which gives a better diagnostic picture.
Perry-Jackson Child Advocacy Center reported that they have sold out their fundraising ball on Nove mber 2nd.
Archway reported that they will be having a fundraiser on November 20th at Fazolli's Restaurant. Customers just need to mention that they are there for the fundraiser and 20% of their bill will be donated to Archway.
Shawnee Health reported that their behavioral health staff will be participating in trauma informed care training.
S.T.A.R.T reported that their 50 year GALA went very well they had over 180 people in attendance and recignized several employees and individuals. Willis commented thatshe enjoyed the event.
S.I.C.I.L. reported that they are looking towards more funding and additional transportation. They hope to get some funding back for the Senior Blind program. Also, they are getting back into a good routine after there recent audit.
Women's Center reported that Maxwell is the new staff at the Eurma Hayes centers. She has only been there for sixteen days.
III. 18-3767 Agency Adoption
The Board reviewed the revised description and suggested additional changes. The Board asked that an email be sent to them in January that gives them the option of selecting which agencies they would like to adopt.
A motion was made by St. Julian, seconded by Treasurer Flowers, to approve the agency adoptions guidelines with the requested changes and to assign agencies to each board member. The motion carried by unanimous vote.
IV. 18-3768 Three year goals
The Board reviewed the updated three year goals. The consensus is to work on and discuss the goals as needed throughout the year.
V. 18-3769 Letter of Support for SICIL
SICIL has requested a letter of support from the Board so they can gain access to the Federal surplus database. They would like to search for vans and other equipment for their facility.
A motion was made by Thomas, seconded by St. Julian, to authorize the Chair to sign a letter of support for SICIL's access to the Federal surplus database. The motion carried by unanimous vote.
VI. 18-3770 Centerstone Linkage Agreement
The Board reviewed the linkage agreement sent from Centerstone. They discussed the wording, what the linkage agreement is for, whether it applies, and whether it obligates the Board in the future. The consensus of the committee is to not sign the agreement because it does not apply to the Board.
VII. 18-3772 Approval of 2019 Meeting Dates
The Board reviewed the bi-monthly meeting dates for FY19. The January meeting was moved down a week to accommodate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday. The remaining meetings will be on the 3rd Monday of every other month beginning in January.
A motion was made by St. Julian, seconded by Treasurer Flowers, to approve the FY19 meeting dates. The motion carried by unanimous vote.
VIII. 18-3771 FY20 Funding Application
The Board briefly reviewed the proposed FY20 funding application. The Board thanked McKenzie for all of her hard work on the application and all of the work she has put in over the year for the Board. They would like to discuss the application at the January meeting. The Board asked that they receive the application and the rubric in early January so they can review it before the meeting.
Adjourn (6:34 pm):
Willis moved and St. Julien seconded to adjourn, motion carried.