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File #: 17-2012    Version: 1 Name: Heartland Human Care Services, Inc.. Chicago, Illinois
Type: Contract Amendment Status: Approved
File created: 2/24/2017 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 4/12/2017 Final action: 4/12/2017
Title: PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Juvenile Probation and Court Services Department, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: Heartland Human Care Services, Inc
Indexes: TIMOTHY C. EVANS, Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County
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PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT

Department(s): Juvenile Probation and Court Services Department, Circuit Court of Cook County

Vendor: Heartland Human Care Services, Inc Chicago, Illinois

Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase contract

Good(s) or Service(s): Detention Reduction Project

Original Contract Period: 2/1/2013 - 11/30/2013

Proposed Contract Period Extension: 4/1/2017 - 3/31/2018

Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $5,250,000.00

Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 2/5/2013, $1,500,000.00

Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): 3/12/2014, $1,500,000.00, 4/1/2014 - 3/31/2015; 3/11/2015, $1,500,000.00, 4/1/2015 - 3/31/2016; 3/23/2016, $750,000.00, 4/1/2016 - 3/31/2017

Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 3/17/2014, 12/1/2013 - 3/31/2014

This Increase Requested: $650,167.00

Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2017 $222,112.00, FY 2018 $428,055.00

Accounts: 326-298, 1326-521313 Special or Cooperative Programs

Contract Number(s): 13-50-025

Concurrences:
The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via full MBE/WBE waiver.

The Chief Procurement Officer concurs.

Summary: On 2/5/2013, the Cook County Board of Commissioners approved a ten-month contract with Heartland Human Care Services, Inc. to manage the Cook County Juvenile Detention Reduction Project (DRP) to serve court-involved, moderate and high-risk youth in jeopardy of imminent referral to the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center due to non-compliance with court orders.

The DRP augments the court's nationally recognized Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative which is a continuum of community-based services that judges and probation officers may use to divert at-risk minors from detention. Both the Initiative and the DRP programs allow minors to remain in their communities and engage in pro-social interventions. The DRP currently provides services to y...

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