“Hospitality House will get two new case managers, bringing the total number of them to three, after a Tuesday vote of the Nevada County Board of Supervisors.
The money, will pay Turning Point Community Programs, Inc., an additional $103,648 from July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018. The additional money will pay the salaries of case managers assigned to the Grass Valley homeless shelter, as well as expenses like cell phones, said Rebecca Slade, the county’s Behavioral Health director.
The Tuesday vote increases the year-long contract amount between the county and Turning Point to a total of $2,449,541.
The money comes from Mental Health Services Act and MediCal funds.
“Hospitality House provides a critical safety net,” Slade said. “Hospitality House is full every night.”
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