2000 Session

Budget Bill - HB29 (Chapter 1072)

Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services

Item 346

Item 346 (Not set out)

First Year - FY1999Second Year - FY2000
Community Health Services (44000)$17,861,920$31,311,865
Drug Abuse Services (44003)FY1999 $1,596,528FY2000 $1,600,451
Mental Health Services (44011)FY1999 $13,866,975FY2000 $26,048,835
Community Health Services Technical Support and Administration (44012)FY1999 $2,398,417FY2000 $3,662,579
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY1999 $13,938,360FY2000 $27,384,108
SpecialFY1999 $923,159FY2000 $923,159
Federal TrustFY1999 $3,000,401FY2000 $3,004,598

Authority: Title 37.1, Chapters 10 and 11, Code of Virginia.

Out of this appropriation, $1,032,948 the second year from the general fund shall be provided for placement and restoration services for juveniles found to be incompetent to stand trial pursuant to Title 16.1, Chapter 11, Article 18, Code of Virginia. The Commissioner shall develop requests for proposals to solicit public or private providers to deliver such services. Funding may be awarded on a statewide or regional basis, providing the applicant is able to demonstrate the ability to provide restoration services within 100 miles of the juvenile's home. To qualify to respond to the request for proposals, the applicant(s) must, at a minimum, (i) address their ability to provide restoration services in the juvenile's home, (ii) provide placement and restoration services in group homes and secure settings as defined by § 16.1-228, Code of Virginia, (iii) provide assessment of the juvenile's competency for consideration of the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court ordering the restoration services, and (iv) have the capacity to transport the juveniles as needed. The requests for proposals must be disseminated for response by August 1, 1999, and funds shall be awarded by October 1, 1999.