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June 28, 2012

NEW AGREEMENTS INVESTMENT AREA: Countywide Investments - Strategic Plan Strategies

DEPARTMENT

CONTRACT INFORMATION

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

CHILD & FAMILY CENTER The Child & Family Center will work to improve the kindergarten readiness of 1,500 children in the Santa Clarita Valley (SCV) through a comprehensive preschool Mental Health Consultation program. The mental health consultation model focuses on: 1) Training for preschool teachers to develop social-emotional assessment capabilities, intervention strategies and behavioral management skills; and, 2) Identification, individual consultation and referrals for at-risk preschool children and their families.

03/10/12

RFP

2 Years

03/10/12

RFP

2 Years

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

$100,000

$50,869

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/14

$100,000

$52,029

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/14

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

Matching Funds Program, Total Allocation $4 million for a period of 2 Years.

Community Investments

Community Investments

Community Investments

Community Investments

Grants Management

Matching Funds Program

Matching Funds Program

Matching Funds Program

Matching Funds Program

CHILDREN'S BUREAU The Children's Bureau will expand their Early Learning Community Enrichment Program and will use the Protective Factors model as a framework to support families in the East Hollywood area. There will be two main components to the program: 1)Center-based Family Enrichment Groups: Parents with infants and toddlers 0-3 years of age will participate in structured groups designed to nurture the parent/child bond, strengthen knowledge of parenting skills and child development and increase social connections between at-risk families. Community-based Family Enrichment Groups: A select group of parents that have participated in the center-based groups will be trained as Early Learning Educators/Advocates in order to implement enrichment groups in their neighborhood. COMMUNITY PARTNERS The Community Partners fiscal sponsor for Los Angeles Perinatal Mental Health Task Force who will enhance and expand upon the activities that it has successfully implemented in the Metro LA catchment area across all of LA County. The Perinatal Depression Systems Improvement Project, which will operate over two years, aims to improve the ability of health and human service providers within Los Angeles County to prevent, diagnose and treat perinatal depression and to empower consumers to recognize the signs of perinatal depression and encourage women who are suffering to seek treatment. EL NIDO FAMILY CENTERS El Nido Family Centers will implement a Teen Family Safety Net Services program that uses a model team approach to achieve the following goals; Ensure Health Care Access and Maximize Health Outcomes ( i.e., ensure that all babies and teens will be connected with a medical home); Prevent Subsequent Pregnancies in Adolescence (i.e., teens will be connected with reproductive health care); Promote Child Safety and Family Functioning (i.e., by assessing and addressing the home environment and other critical supports) and Increase School Enrollment and High School Graduation for Parents.

LOS ANGELES BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE AT HARBOR-UCLA MEDICAL CENTER The project will train staff to instruct parents about safe sleep and strategies for coping with Safe Sleeping Practices infant crying. The project will ensure that parents sign an attestation that they have received and Shaken Baby such training and will implement these safe practices in their homes. In addition, a series of Syndrome Pilot nursing and social work training conferences will be held to educate other community stakeholders about the same with an overall goal of reducing Shaken Baby Syndrome and unsafe sleeping practices.

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

$800,000

03/10/12

RFP

2 Years

$127,081

$38,490

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/14

03/10/12

RFP

2 Years

$200,000

$100,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/14

02/09/12

AB 109 exemption

1 Year

$41,000

$41,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

$41,000

June 28, 2012

NEW AGREEMENTS INVESTMENT AREA: Research and Evaluation

DEPARTMENT

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

Research and Evaluation

Healthy Kids

Research and Evaluation

Countywide Systems Improvement

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

SPECIAL SERVICES FOR GROUPS The contractors will review the Healthy Kids recruitment and enrollment efforts, conduct interviews and focus groups, write a report on the causes of declining enrollment, and offer recommendations to address the enrollment challenges.

06/14/12

Consultant Pool Solicitation

7 Months

$30,000

$32,000

$30,000

07/01/12

01/31/13

01/31/13

HARDER+ ASSOCIATES The contractors will review First 5 LA's countywide strategies for public education, policy, resource mobilization and capacity building, and the role of our Policy, Public Affairs and Community Investment departments. The contractor will also provide recommendations on different options for evaluating our work in these four strategies which may include common outcomes/outputs, intent/goals, and capacitybuilding efforts across these four strategies.

09/08/12

Consultant Pool Solicitation

6 Months

$50,000

$51,000

$50,000

07/01/12

12/31/12

12/31/12

CONTRACT INFORMATION

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Countywide Investments - Strategic Plan Strategies

DEPARTMENT

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

CONTRACT INFORMATION

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

Community Investments

Healthy Food Access Initiative

LOS ANGELES CONSERVATION CORPS (#08162) This project will implement the community gardens component of the Healthy Food Access Initiative. The allocation will go towards constructing new community gardens in communities that lack access to healthier food options.

11/18/10

RFP

5 Years

$5,000,000

$1,400,000

$1,393,653

07/01/12

06/30/13

03/30/18

Community Investments

DonorsChoose.org

DONORSCHOOSE.ORG (#07891) First 5 LA has partnered with DonorsChoose.org, an online charity, to provide funding to public school preschool and transition kindergarten classrooms in Los Angeles County. First 5 LA will match donations, dollar for dollar, to eligible DonorsChoose.org classroom requests up to $112,500 leveraging up to $225,000 in classroom resources each year for 4 years.

03/10/11

Strategic Partnership

4 Years

$450,000

$115,000

$112,500

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/15

Community Investments

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION (CCF) (#08022) CCF is the fiscal sponsor for the LA Partnership for Early Childhood Investment (The Partnership), a philanthropic collaborative comprised of public/private investors in early childhood. The Partnership LA Partnership for Early will establish and manage a pooled fund to support children prenatal to age 5 in Los Angeles County. Childhood Investment Five hundred thousand dollars is dedicated to support program operations and the remaining $1 million will be used to create the pooled fund, called the Baby Futures Fund. The $1 million will only be awarded if the Partnership is able to secure other matching funds and will be distributed as each match is secured.

03/10/11

Strategic Partnership

4 Years

$1,500,000

$675,000

$675,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

07/12/15

Community Investments

FAMILIES IN SCHOOLS (#08131) First 5 LA has partnered with Families In Schools (FIS) to serve as Program Administrator for the Challenge Grants/Social Challenge Grants and Social Enterprise Grants Programs. The Challenge Grants (CG) will be Enterprise Grants awarded to 7-11 grantees at a rate of 1:1 over a 2-year period as grantees secure new funds from Program - Program non-First 5 LA sources. The Social Enterprise (SE) Grants will provide 5-7 grantees with capital Administrator necessary to launch or expand an earned income strategy. In addition to awarding $1.4 million in grant funds, FIS will provide CG and SE grantees training and technical assistance support.

03/10/11

RFQ

3 Years

$2,000,000

$1,050,000

$1,050,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

12/08/14

Public Affairs

SKILSET COMMUNICATIONS INC. (#08100) First 5 LA Media Buying Skilset Communications will provide sponsorship and media buying along with any asociated Agency secondary marketing services for a variety of projects on an “as needed basis.”

09/08/11

RFQ

2 Years

$700,000

$350,000

$350,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

06/10/10

AB 109 Exemption

2 Years, 2 Months

$4,301,202

$2,579,076

$2,579,076

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

11/15/10 and 03/10/11

AB109 Exemption

1 Year

$74,370

$25,000

$24,790

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/16

Program Development

Program Development

CARES Plus

LOS ANGELES UNIVERSAL PRESCHOOL (#07884) CARES Plus is a First 5 CA professional development program for early educators designed to improve the quality of early learning programs by focusing on increasing the quality, effectiveness, and retention of early educators.

ALTMAYER CONSULTING (Contract #07866) Development of Altmayer consulting will continue to work with staff to develop the ECE Workforce Consortium and Workforce Performance- ECE Career Development Policy Project performance-based contracts and to negotiate revised Based Contracts performance targets on an annual basis. The funds for this contract are allocated out of the budgets for the ECE Workforce Consortium and the ECE Career Development Policy Project.

Program Development

ECE Workforce Consortium

LOS ANGELES UNIVERSAL PRESCHOOL (#08092) The Consortium is a multi-faceted project to recruit providers to the ECE field, increase availability of educational and career advancement opportunities, and improve training and professional development for a wide spectrum of the current and potential ECE workforce.

11/15/10

AB109 Exemption

5 Years

$52,000,000*

$7,478,206

$7,478,198

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/16

Program Development

ECE Career Development Policy Project

LOS ANGELES COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION (#07417) The ECE Career Development Policy Project goals are to improve the compensation and retention of the ECE workforce, as well as increase policymaker and public support for ECE workforce issues.

03/12/2009 & 03/10/2011

RFQ

6 Years

$5,710,00

$1,050,000

$1,018,990

7/1/12

6/30/13

6/30/15

Program Development

Family Child Care Higher Education Academy

11/18/10

AB109 Exemption

2 Years

$1,057,952

$612,499

$612,499

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

Program Development

Substance Abuse Treatment Services

01/06/12

AB109 Exemption

1 Year

$15,000,000

$5,241,637

$5,241,637

07/01/12

06/30/13

01/05/15

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE FOUNDATION (#08091) The program assists Family Child Care providers in obtaining certificates, permits, or degrees by providing educational/career advisement, coaching, home visits, tutoring and specialized courses in child development, math, English, and technology. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH (#08132) Funding for Strategic Partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC) to provide access and ensure utilization of substance abuse services by parents/caregivers with open DCFS case files who have been identified with substance abuse issues. Contract implementation will include hiring Substance Abuse (SA) Navigators at 20 DCFS offices countywide; providing training to SA Navigators, DCFS staff, and DPH Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC) staff; and providing perinatal substance abuse services (as needed).

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Countywide Investments - Strategic Plan Strategies

DEPARTMENT

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

CONTRACT INFORMATION

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

The Tot Parks and Trails project will provide $10 million in funding over a period of four years and up to $2 million will be available in each Los Angeles County Supervisorial District. The Commission approved the recommended contractors at the February 9, 2012 Commission meeting. LOS ANGELES NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVE (#08202) Complete design drawings, which will transform a vacant lot into a new park offering a safe and healthy play space for children ages 2-5 at El Sereno Children’s Garden. Contractor will also Program Tot Parks and Trails conduct community outreach and develop steering committees to provide design input at Toberman 02/09/12 RFP 3 Years $1,000,000 $272,775 07/01/12 Development and Evergreen parks and meet with Best Start teams near the proposed projects. By June, 2015 Contractor will complete three (3) tot parks and trails.

Tot Parks and Trails

AMIGOS DE LOS RIOS (#08200) Complete site design permitting parameters, highlight discussion in one page memo for each site, synthesizing this information. Contractor will also conduct community outreach and meet with partners, and meet with the Best Start teams near proposed projects. By June, 2015 Contractor will complete six (6) tot parks and trails.

02/09/12

RFP

3 Years

$1,000,000

Program Development

Tot Parks and Trails

LOS ANGELES CONSERVATION CORPS (#08204) Contractor will meet with City of Paramount to discuss and initiate the development of Spane and Paramount Parks and secure formalized and executed agreements from all partners. Contractor will design plans and develop practical implementation/construction schedules for both parks. By June, 2015 Contractor will complete fourteen (14) tot parks and trails.

02/09/12

RFP

3 Years

$2,000,000

Program Development

Tot Parks and Trails

LOS ANGELES NEIGHBORHOOD LAND TRUST (#08201) Contractor will secure formalized and executed agreements from all partners.Contractor will design plans, develop construction and permit documents for Avolon Park and Gage Park. Contractor will also conduct community outreach and meet with partners, and meet with Best Start teams near proposed projects. By June, 2015 Contractor will complete six (6) tot parks and trails.

02/09/12

RFP

3 Years

Program Development

Tot Parks and Trails

SHANE'S INSPIRATION (#08203) Complete the pre-design stage for the Salvin Jamie Beth Park and the Ritchie Valens Recreation Center. Contractor will draft a design matrix to be submitted to LA Recreation and Parks for review. Contractor will also conduct community outreach to provide design input and meet with Best Start teams near the proposed projects. By June, 2015 Contractor will complete five (5) tot parks and trails.

02/09/12

RFP

Program Development

211

INFORMATION AND REFERRAL FEDERATION OF LA COUNTY, INC. (#06818) 211 is the First 5 LA Parent Helpline which provides information, support, and assistance to expectant parents and parents/caregivers of children up to age 5 in L.A. County. Total award calculated based on total contracts. FY 12-13 contract is $1,219,740.

09/08/11

Program Development

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

6/30/20013

06/30/15

$826,136

07/01/12

6/30/20013

06/30/15

$771,275

07/01/12

6/30/20013

06/30/15

$1,996,510

$692,187

07/01/12

6/30/20013

06/30/15

3 Years

$1,996,599

$833,218

07/01/12

6/30/20013

06/30/15

Strategic Partnership

1 Year

$9,719,539

$1,219,740

$1,219,740

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/15

01/13/11

AB109 Exemption

19 Months

$1,270,913

$836,159

$836,159

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

06/10/10

RFP

2.5 Years

$250,000

$99,895

$99,895

07/01/12

06/30/13

09/30/14

Policy

BREASTFEEDING TASK FORCE OF GREATER LOS ANGELES (#00724) The Breastfeeding Taskforce of Greater Los Angeles will increase the number of employers in the Policy Advocacy Fund: County of Los Angeles that adopt and implement workplace lactation accommodation policies for Breastfeeding Works their employees. They will also strengthen the current legislation that calls for lactation accommodation through administrative advocacy at state government agencies.

06/10/10

RFP

5 Years

$499,961

$107,507

$107,507

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/17

Policy

WESTERN CENTER ON LAW AND POVERTY (#00789) Policy Advocacy Fund: Western Center will be working on simplifying regulations to 1) increase access to Cal Fresh for 0-5 Fulfilling Promises of year olds and 2) make it easier for families with young children to enroll in public health insurance Healthcare Reform & plans and utilize the new health care exchange. CalFresh

06/10/10

RFP

4 Years

$400,000

$100,000

$100,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/29/16

Policy

Policy Advocacy Fund: AAPI Healthcare Reform Advocacy Program

06/10/10

RFP

5 Years

$450,000

$100,443

$100,443

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/17

06/10/10

RFP

4 Years

$500,000

$126,687

$126,687

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/29/16

Program Development

One Step Ahead

PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION ENTERPRISES, INC. (#08127) The contractor will continue to provide literacy and safety education and counseling along with the distribution of materials such as age appropriate books, toys an safety items at three WIC pilot sites offering the Little by Little/One Step Ahead program. The contractor will also finalize the program curriculum, develop an evaluation plan, develop a sustainability plan and provide technical assistance in the model to the three WIC sites offering the program.

$3,695,517

Policy Advocacy Fund, Cycle I total award is $5,537,200, individual projects range from 3-5 years.

Policy

Policy

LA BEST BABIES NETWORK/CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER (#00778) Policy Advocacy Fund: LA Best Babies Network will form a Home Visitation Expansion and Policy Consortium to increase LABBN- Home Visiting the funding from health insurance companies and state and federal governments reimbursement Expansion and Policy rates for home visitation. Consortium

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LEGAL CENTER (#00787) The Asian Pacific American Legal Center will lead the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Health Care Reform Advocacy Project that will educate and mobilize the AAPI organizations in Los Angeles County to advocate for comprehensive, affordable health care for all with a focus on AAPIs and immigrants including children 0-5. This will be done primarily around the rollout of provisions of the Affordable Care Act, such as the new Health Benefits Exchange, and through public health insurance plans such as Healthy Families and Medi-Cal.

COMMUNITY HEALTH COUNCILS, INC. (#00782) Community Health Councils will examine policy avenues for reducing sugar sweetened beverage Policy Advocacy Fund: consumption among communities of color in LA County. They will utilize four strategies - 1) conduct Assessing Sweetened a health impact assessment 2) explore policy strategies 3) develop policy recommendations to Beverage Tax Proposal advance the issue 4) inform and mobilize community stakeholders in support of policy adoption. and Alternatives

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Countywide Investments - Strategic Plan Strategies

DEPARTMENT

Policy

Policy

Policy

Policy

Policy

Policy

Policy

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

CONTRACT INFORMATION

LOS ANGELES COUNTY PERINATAL MENTAL HEALTH TASK FORCE (#00790) The LA County Perinatal Mental Health Taskforce will work to increase screening and treatment resources for prenatal and postpartum depression in obstetrical, primary care and pediatric settings in Los Angeles County by developing and advocating for public policies at the county, state and national levels that support perinatal depression screening and treatment for up to one year postpartum. ADVANCEMENT PROJECT (#00788) The Advancement project will build support for and promote the School Readiness Language Policy Advocacy Fund: Development Program (SRLDP) and other ECE programs at LAUSD as the district considers cuts to Ensuring Kindergarten 25,000 preschool slots. Advocacy efforts would support educating LAUSD leadership about the Readiness benefits of ECE programs and mobilizing stakeholders and families served. Policy Advocacy Fund: Maternal & Infant Mental Health Policy & Advocacy Project

CALIFORNIA CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH ADVOCACY (#00781) Policy Advocacy Fund: The California Center for Public Health Advocacy will work with cities in LA County that recently Family Voices for passed nutrition standards, due to previous leadership by the Center, to reinforce and properly Healthy Choices implement those standards. In addition they will replicate their efforts to pass similar nutrition standards in additional target cities in the County. PUBLIC COUNSEL (#00784) Public Counsel will conduct research, develop recommendations, and disseminate those Policy Advocacy Fund: recommendations to policymakers in the Southeast LA County Cities on zoning and land use policies Southeast Cities Land that promote access to childcare and child friendly green space. They will advocate for changes to Use Advocacy Project zoning regulations and general plans in those cities to make it easier for childcare facilities and green space to be developed and located in the Southeast LA County Cities. CALIFORNIA FOOD POLICY ADVOCATES (#00780) California Food Policy Advocate will work to increase the number of 0-5 year olds enrolled in the Cal Policy Advocacy Fund: Fresh program in LA County. This will be done by enhancing enrollment procedures for applicants Nutrition for LA Families not applying at an office in person; by guaranteeing Medi-Cal and Healthy Families recipients are enrolled in Cal Fresh; and by utilizing ECE facilities as enrollment points for Cal Fresh. CRYSTAL STAIRS, INC. (#00779) Policy Advocacy Fund: Crystal Stairs will develop, empower and mobilize a grassroots network of parent advocates from Community Voices- LA across LA County, called Community Voices - Los Angeles, to advocate against ECE cuts and in County Advocacy support of other ECE opportunities to policy makers in LA County and Sacramento. Project SPECIAL NEEDS NETWORK (#00785) Special Needs Network will advocate for legislation that will require certain childcare providers to attend trainings related to the identification, referral and intervention for children in childcare centers Policy Advocacy Fund: who have, or are at risk of having, a developmental and/or learning disability as a prerequisite to Stepping Stones licensing for those childcare providers. The project will include a focus on South LA providers, given the disproportionate rate of early ID of children of color.

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

06/10/10

RFP

5 Years

$493,344

$108,340

$108,340

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/17

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$300,000

$100,000

$100,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/15

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$500,000

$167,989

$167,989

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/15

06/10/10

RFP

5 Years

$350,000

$69,969

$69,969

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/17

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$300,000

$91,000

$91,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/15

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$500,000

$172,601

$172,601

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/15

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$500,000

$203,850

$203,850

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/15

06/10/10

RFQ

Ongoing

This is an annual contract

$100,000

$100,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

Ongoing

09/10/09

Board Directed

4 Years, 9 Months

$4,080,290

$816,058

$816,058

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/14

Federal Advocate, $100,000 per year, this is a yearly contract.

M + R STRATEGIES (#08040) M + R Strategies is a Washington D.C. based consultant who advocates for First 5 LA on federal legislation that impacts 0-5 year olds in Los Angeles County as identified in our Legislative Agenda. This consultant also works with the Community Investments department to identify opportunities for First 5 LA to leverage federal funds. LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH (#07499) The program strives to reduce African American maternal and infant health disparities by increasing Grants Black Infant Health social support and empowerment and engaging the community. There are 5 subcontractors Management providing BIH Program services (health education, coordination of care, social support and collaboration). *The allocations for the ECE Workforce Consortium ($37m) and the LAUP Workforce Initiative ($15m) have been combined. Policy

Federal Advocate

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Place Based Investments - Strategic Plan Strategies

DEPARTMENT

Best Start Communities

Public Affairs

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

CONTRACT INFORMATION

SPECIAL SERVICE FOR GROUPS (#07442) Community Capacity Renewal of contract to provide necessary training and technical assistance to five (Metro LA, Compton, Building: Community Broadway Manchester, West Athens, Watts Willowbrook) Best Start Community Partnerships so that Based Action Resource they are equipped to identify and execute projects appropriate for Community Based Action Research (CBAR). FY 2012-2013, $99,250. Best Start

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

FENTON COMMUNICATIONS, INC. (#07623) Communications Capacity Building support for the 14 Best Start Community Partnerships to assist partnerships in growing in their ability to support their efforts through communications.

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

03/01/09

RFQ

7 Years

$699,957

$280,000

$99,250

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/15

06/01/09

RFQ

1 Year

$3,000,000

$2,100,000

$570,000

07/01/12

12/31/13

06/30/13

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Prior Strategic Plan Strategies

DEPARTMENT

Community Investments

Community Investments

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

CONTRACT INFORMATION

THE CHILDREN'S CLINIC (TCC) (#07861) Oral Health and The TCC Healthy Teeth=Healthy Smiles Program provides oral health services and parent education to Nutrition Expansion and children ages 0-5 and their families. Additionally, non-oral health professionals and service providers are Enhancement Project trained to provide these services to the target population. SOUTH BAY CHILDREN'S HEALTH CENTER (#07882) The SBCH-Healthy Smiles for 0-5 Kids Program provides oral health services and parent education to Oral Health and Nutrition Expansion and children ages 0-5 and their families. Enhancement Project

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

10/12/06

AB109 Exemption

3 Years

$300,000

$100,000

$100,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

05/12/14

10/12/06

AB109 Exemption

3 Years

$300,000

$95,672

$95,672

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

11/09/06

RFP

5 Years

$500,000

$100,000

$100,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/15

11/09/06

RFP

5 Years

$500,000

$120,663

$120,663

07/01/12

06/30/13

03/31/14

11/09/06

RFP

5 Years

$499,998

$167,169

$99,588

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/14

11/09/06

RFP

5 Years

$500,000

$167,000

$100,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/14

11/09/06

RFP

5 Years

$500,000

$151,507

$110, 574

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/14

11/09/06

RFP

5 Years

$496,029

$94,379

$94,261

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

05/13/04

RFP

5 Years, 10.5 Months

$3,697,762

$915,000

$899,691

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/2015

Community Opportunities Fund, Total Board Approval $15,400,000, projects range from 3-5 years.

Policy

Community Opportunities Fund: Advocating for ECE Expansion

Policy

Community Opportunities Fund: Los Angeles Healthcare Provider Alliance for Children

Policy

Community Opportunities Fund: Oral Health Advocacy for Pregnant Women and Children

Policy

Community Opportunities Fund: Kinship In Action

Policy

Community Opportunities Fund: TARGET LA

Policy

Community Opportunities Fund: All Families Welcome

Research and Evaluation

Best Start Metro LA Pilot Community Evaluation

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

THE ADVANCEMENT PROJECT (#00742) The Advancement Project proposes to advocate for greater usage of LAUSD funds for preschool facilities or when necessary protect those spaces that exist. They will also be working to locate an Educare facility in an area that is lacking ECE facilities as a model for how these facilities can benefit underserved communities. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL LOS ANGELES (#00745) Children's Hospital Los Angeles has formed the Health Provider Alliance for Children (HPAC). The goal of HPAC is to train, empower and mobilize healthcare providers to advocate for achieving universal, comprehensive, and affordable health care coverage for all children. MATERNAL CHILD HEALTH ACCESS (#00726) Maternal and Child Health Access is doing policy and advocacy work to increase access to dental benefits for pregnant women through public and private health programs.

COMMUNITY COALITION (#00725) Community Coalition is organizing Kinship families in South LA to work with the Department of Children and Family Services to help the Department provide more effective services for these families. BREASTFEEDING TAKSFORCE OF GREATER LOS ANGELES (#00724) The Breastfeeding Taskforce of Greater Los Angeles will be working on helping hospitals achieve babyfriendly status and advocating to expand and streamline Medi-Cal regulations that support low-income mother's efforts to breastfeed. LOS ANGELES GAY AND LESBIAN CENTER (#00713) After identifying the adoption sector as an area where LGBT families experience difficulties, the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center has chosen to work with the Department of Children and Family Services to help develop policies that will allow the department to be encouraging of LGBT families wishing to adopt. URBAN INSTITUTE (#07502) This is an evaluation of the strategies implemented in the Best Start Metro LA pilot community. Evaluation results will inform the development and implementation of Best Start LA in other communities across Los Angeles County.

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Prior Strategic Plan Strategies

DEPARTMENT

Program Development

Program Development

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

CONTRACT INFORMATION

ALTMAYER CONSULTING, INC. (#07583) Renewal for Altmayer Consulting, Inc. to continue work with staff to review performance by LAUP against the targets and milestones included in their performance-based contract and to negotiate revised performance targets for FY13-14. CHAPIN HALL CENTER FOR CHILDREN (#07543) Family Strengthening, Dr. Deborah Daro serves as a consultant to F5LA to assist in establishing an effective plan for investing in Welcome Baby/ Home in-home and community-based support programs, including home visitation, that specifically address the Visitation Consultant goals and objectives of the current Strategic Plan. LAUP PerformanceBased Project

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

07/10/08

AB 109 Exemption

1 Year

$149,529

$25,000

$24,280

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/16

09/08/11

AB109 Exemption

3 Years, 4 Months

$338,379

$120,000

$120,000

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

09/11/08

Strategic Partnership

5 Years

$583,500

$43,677

$30,570

07/01/12

06/30/13

03/31/14

9/11/08

RFQ

5 Years

$9,388,258

$2,161,349

$2,165,383

07/01/12

06/30/13

02/28/14

03/12/09

RFP

3 Years

$377,111

$95,905

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

03/12/09

RFP

3 Years

$231,164

$46,518

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

03/12/09

RFP

3 Years

$473,000

$202,329

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

03/12/09

RFP

3 Years

$473,000

$74,208

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

03/12/09

RFP

3 Years

$473,000

$125,820

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

03/12/09

RFP

3 Years

$426,813

$91,763

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

03/12/09

RFP

3 Years

$346,924

$91,516

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

06/10/10

Strategic Partnership

5 Years

$399,900

$400,000

$399,900

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/15

11/11/04

RFP

8 Years

$163,950

$200,000

$163,950

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$150,000

$18,750

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$144,177

$48,696

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

FAMILY PLACE LIBRARY, $1,011,000, 3 years per library

Program Development Program Development

LOS ANGELES COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY (#07407) Family Place Libraries Funding support from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 for ongoing Family Place Library activities in 10 libraries through purchase of books and developmental toys. Welcome Baby Pilot/Best Start LA

CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER (#07408) California Hospital Medical Center (CHMC) is the fiscal agent for the implementation of the Welcome Baby program in Best Start Metro LA. CHMC is partnered with Maternal Child Health Access, who manages and implements the prenatal and postpartum engagement points.

BABY FRIENDLY HOSPITALS, $10,500,000, 3 Years per hospital

Program Development

AHMC SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER, LP (#07585) Baby Friendly Hospital Funding support from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 in order to implement final policy changes Project recommended by Baby-Friendly USA, support breastfeeding and achieve Baby-Friendly designation.

Program Development

AHMC MONTERREY PARK HOSPITAL, LP (#07581) Baby Friendly Hospital Funding support from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 in order to implement final policy changes Project recommended by Baby-Friendly USA, support breastfeeding and achieve Baby-Friendly designation.

Program Development

HOLLYWOOD PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER (#07580) Baby Friendly Hospital Funding support from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 in order to implement final policy changes Project recommended by Baby-Friendly USA, support breastfeeding and achieve Baby-Friendly designation.

Program Development

POMONA VALLEY HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER (#07578) Baby Friendly Hospital Funding support from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 in order to implement final policy changes Project recommended by Baby-Friendly USA, support breastfeeding and achieve Baby-Friendly designation.

Program Development

WHITE MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER, INC (#07586) Baby Friendly Hospital Funding support from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 in order to implement final policy changes Project recommended by Baby-Friendly USA, support breastfeeding and achieve Baby-Friendly designation.

Program Development

EAST LOS ANGELES DOCTORS HOSPITAL (#07579) Baby Friendly Hospital Funding support from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 in order to implement final policy changes Project recommended by Baby-Friendly USA, support breastfeeding and achieve Baby-Friendly designation.

Program Development

ST. MARY MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION (#07582) Baby Friendly Hospital Funding support from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 in order to implement final policy changes Project recommended by Baby-Friendly USA, support breastfeeding and achieve Baby-Friendly designation.

Research and Evaluation

Research and Evaluation

Building Capacity for Research and DataDriven Decision Making

THE ADVANCEMENT PROJECT (#07470) The Advancement Project, through the Healthy City Project, will provide research technical assistance to inform First 5 LA’s programmatic and initiative activities. Healthy City will also improve usability of data and technology by community-based organizations and groups in Los Angeles County to enhance planning, research, and advocacy objectives, as well as increase capacity for community-based organizations working with First 5 LA to integrate community-based participatory action research to effect change in communities.

ANDREW J WONG, INC (AJWI) (#06963) School Readiness Data AJWI will continue to manage and improve data collection systems for several First 5 LA Initiatives. Collection System AJWI also provides First 5 LA Grantees with tools for grantee-level evaluation.

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER (#00756) The Therapeutic Preschool Initiative will develop the capacity for a Therapeutic Preschool program for children ages 3-5 who demonstrate behavioral problems so severe that they cannot be sufficiently addressed in existing public preschool programs. The program will be developed in partnership with the four Santa Clarita Valley school districts. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CONSORTIUM OF LOS ANGELES (CDCLA) (#00758) The Early Childhood Educator Leadership Capacity Building Project will increase the leadership capacity of early childhood development leaders with the purpose of improving the quality of childhood development services in Los Angeles County. CDCLA will implement a comprehensive professional growth program to support emerging leaders, improve the skills of exfrom within CDCLA.

$1,163,260

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Prior Strategic Plan Strategies

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

$150,000

$22,326

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

3 Years

$150,000

$30,442

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

RFP

3 Years

$150,000

$36,421

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$150,000

$38,218

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$150,000

$36,700

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

JUMPSTART FOR YOUNG CHILDREN (#00767) Jumpstart engages college students in service to young children, ages 3-5, from low-income communities to help them build their language, literacy, social, and initiative skills. Through Jumpstart's Strategic Growth Initiative, the agency adds a Development Manager to thier team to increase the fundraising capacity and diversify the funding streams of the organization. This will directly increase Jumpstart’s ability to serve more children throughout Los Angeles County.

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$150,000

$50,000

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

COMPREHENSIVE CHILD DEVELOPMENT (LONG BEACH EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION COMMITTEE) (#00769) The Long Beach ECE Committee Capacity Building Project will address key growth and evolutionary needs of the committee through an asset-based approach. Capacity needs will be addressed strategically and will enable the committee to become stronger and more robust and thus better able to fulfill its mission of ensuring that all children in Long Beach grow up healthy, safe, and educated.

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$150,000

$59,518

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

PROYECTO PASTORAL AT DOLORES MISSION (#00771) Proyecto Pastoral, through the Organizational Capacity Building Grant, seeks to build its organizational advocacy capacity by developing an advocacy agenda to increase kindergarten readiness for the children it serves. The organization seeks to increase organizational commitment to advocacy and building an advocacy base to promote articulation between its ECE centers, the feeder elementary schools, and the surrounding community.

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$150,000

$54,722

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

THE CHILDREN'S LAW CENTER OF LOS ANGELES (CLC) (#00775) CLC’s capacity building project will result in the organization-wide training of their entire staff of attorney and investigators on the special needs of children (ages 0-5) of teen parents as they participate in reunification efforts ordered by the court. CLC staff will gain new insights into the obstacles that prevent successful reunification of teen parents with their infants including infants.

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

$150,000

$59,592

07/01/12

08/31/13

08/31/13

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

06/10/10

RFQ

2.5 Years

$214,500

$49,222

$49,222

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

Grants Management

Partnership For Families: American Indian Families Partnership

01/12/06

RFP

4 Years

$760,405

$760,405

$760,405

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

DEPARTMENT

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

Grants Management

Community Opportunities Fund: Capacity Building

Grants Management

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

CONTRACT INFORMATION

EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION (#00762) ECF’s Early Start Capacity Building project includes two distinct components: 1) a needs assessment for an Early Child Development Center in Arleta to document service needs for children 0-5 and their families; and 2) increase ECF's ability to diversify and develop funding streams for early intervention services. The improved capacity of the Early Start program will improve child readiness for kindergarten within the targeted community. FAMILIESFIRST, INC. (d.b.a. HOLLYGROVE) (#00763) The Hollygrove Organizational Capacity Building projects seeks to build capacity among its leadership and key staff in the area of evidence-based clinical applications and interventions appropriate for children 0-5 and their families. FREE ARTS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN (#00764) Free Arts for Abused Children’s capacity building project adds a Program Manager to their staff in order to increase organization’s programmatic organizational capacity for children 0-5 by developing program evaluation and a standardization of systems. This will provide effective internal leadership and build stronger collaborative relationships with Free Arts partner agencies. Abused children that are supported by the organization will receive improved services as a result of the capacity building project. HILLSIDES (#00765) Hillsides' capacity building project aims to provide the specialized training for staff in evidence-based and promising dyadic mental health models for families with children 0-5 along with adjunctive 0-5 competency training. Through the Proyecto Bondad project, Hillsides hopes to meet First 5 LA’s goal: Children are safe from abuse and neglect. INTERCOMMUNITY CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER dba THE WHOLE CHILD (#00766) The Whole Child’s Building Knowledge project will involve two organizational capacity building components: 1) staff development through investing in their staff leadership team to become both more efficient and effective in serving children in need, and 2) infrastructure development to support the adoption of the evidence-based practice The Incredible Years.

INSTITUTE FOR CULTURAL AFFAIRS (#07765) Contractor provides technical assistance to all COF Cycle Four grantees through a combination of one-onone coaching, facilitation of peer-to-peer networking opportunities and coordination of group training sessions. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN CENTER (#00739) *Revision: In April 2012, an incorrect budget amount was submitted to the Commission and approved ($308,202). The corrected amount submitted for commission approval is $760,405. *RENEWAL: In September 2011, Commission also approved an additional 12-month grant for the period of July 2012 through June 2013 for all grantees of the Partnership for Families Initiative. The collaborative will provide direct and concrete services to improve family functioning for high-risk pregnant Indian teens/women and DCFS-referred Indian families, responding to requests from SPAs 1-8.

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

06/10/10

RFP

3 Years

06/10/10

RFP

06/10/10

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

$694,281

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Research and Evaluation

DEPARTMENT

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

Research and Evaluation

LAUP

Research and Evaluation

Best Start

Research and Evaluation

First 5 LA EDI Project (EDI)

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Programmatic budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

CONTRACT INFORMATION

MATHEMATICA POLICY RESEARCH, INC. (#07110) The Universal Preschool Child Outcomes Study (UPCOS) is a multi-year study of LAUP programs aimed at evaluating child progress in multiple domains of development over the course of a program year and providing information that can support LAUP's efforts toward ongoing program improvement. UPCOS is conducted by Mathematica Policy Research in collaboration with First 5 LA and LAUP. JUAREZ & ASSOCIATES (#07864) The Best Start Implementation Evaluation is an evaluation of First 5 LA’s process of rolling out Best Start. As a process evaluation, the implementation evaluation uses qualitative methods to document First 5 LA's process of developing partnerships in the Best Start communities, identifying best practices and areas in need of improvement. REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA This project will expand the recruitment and data collection for the Early Development Instrument (EDI) in Los Angeles County.

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 PROGRAMMATIC BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

03/10/05

RFP

6 Years

$1,204,810

$1,210,000

$1,204,810

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/14

06/10/10

RFQ

2 Years

$749,384

$755,000

$749,384

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/15

06/28/12

AB109 Exemption

1 Year

$250,000

$250,000

$249,999

07/01/12

06/30/13

06/30/13

June 28, 2012

RENEWALS INVESTMENT AREA: Administration

DEPARTMENT

INITIATIVE/ PROJECT

Facilities

Building Management

The Scope and Budget are linked to the Contractor name. *Awarded amount for entire project period **Amount on Operating budget line item for the project ***Final negotiated amount on the signed budget

CONTRACT INFORMATION

Morlin Asset Management, LP Manage all aspects of First 5 LA's facility located at 750 N. Alameda Street.

ORIGINAL BOARD APPROVAL DATE

PROCUREMENT METHOD

Board Approved Pre-AB109; Operating contractor selected Budget in 2005 through an RFQ

PROJECT LENGTH

*TOTAL AWARD

**FY 12-13 OPERATING BUDGET

***CONTRACT AMOUNT

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT START DATE

ANTICIPATED CONTRACT END DATE

ANTICIPATED PROJECT END DATE

12 months

$232,380

$661,000

$232,380

07/01/12

06/30/13

On-going

June 28, 2012

AMENDMENTS FY 2011-2012 INVESTMENT AREA: Place Based Investments - Strategic Plan Strategies

DEPARTMENT

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CONTRACT INFORMATION

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