Concerned Citizens - 101617
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Concerned Citizens - 101617
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Y ( 1 <br />�� +✓� . t ` SUBCONTRACT F <br />— l OR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES <br />y INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT <br />Agreement BetweenC% <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH �19 <br />AND �0 <br />CONCERNED CITIZENS <br />This agreement is made and entered into between Jefferson County Public Health (COUNTY) and Concerned Citizens <br />(SUBCONTRACTOR) for provision of Individual Supported Employment to Persons with Developmental Disabilities <br />in Jefferson County. The term of this agreement is July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018. This Contract may be terminated <br />by either party upon 60 days written notice. Termination of this Contract shall not constitute a breach. <br />It is agreed Upon by Both Parties as Named <br />Herein as Follows: <br />A. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES <br />Professional services to be provided by SUBCONTRACTOR shall include: <br />(1) "Individual Supported Employment" or "IE": services are a part of an individual's pathway to <br />employment, are tailored to individual needs, interests, abilities, and promote career development. These <br />are individualized services necessary to help persons with developmental disabilities obtain and continue <br />integrated employment in the general workforce at or above the state's minimum wage. These services <br />may include intake, discovery, assessment, job marketing & development, job placement, job replacement, <br />worksite job training coaching/supports, development of natural supports, and follow -along and record <br />keeping. Specific service deliverables are delineated in Exhibit A — Statement of Work attached hereto. <br />(2) Program management. <br />B. OBLIGATIONS <br />SUBCONTRACTOR shall fulfill the following obligations: <br />(1) SUBCONTRACTOR shall comply with all state and federal requirements regarding the confidentiality of <br />Client records. Client information is not disclosable to the public. Information acquired pursuant to RCW <br />7IA. 14.070 requires a signed Release of Information or a signed Oath of Confidentiality Form. <br />(2) SUBCONTRACTOR is required provide background checks, pursuant to RCW 43.43.830-845, RCW <br />74.15.030, and Chapter 388-06 WAC, which state that any prospective employee or volunteer who will or may <br />have unsupervised access to a vulnerable person with a developmental disability in the course of his or her <br />employment, or involvement with the business or organization, must have a background/criminal history <br />clearance before they have unsupervised access. The DSHS Background Check Central Unit (BCCU) must <br />be utilized to obtain background clearance. <br />(3) If SUBCONTRACTOR reviews the application and elects to hire or retain an individual after receiving <br />notice that the applicant has a conviction for an offense that would disqualify the applicant from having <br />unsupervised access to vulnerable adults as defined in Chapter 74.34 RCW, then DDA shall deny payment <br />for any subsequent services rendered by the disqualified individual provider. <br />(4) COUNTY and its SUBCONTRACTOR are mandated reporters under RCW 74.34.020(13) and must <br />comply with reporting requirements described in RCW 74.34.035, .040 and Chapter 26.44 RCW. If the <br />County is notified by DSHS that a subcontractor staff member is cited or on the registry for a substantiated <br />finding, then that associated staff will be prohibited from providing services under this Program <br />Agreement. <br />(5) SUBCONTRACTOR is required pursuant to RCW 74.15.030, that if any prospective employee who has not <br />resided in Washington State during the last three years, and who will or may have unsupervised access to a <br />vulnerable person with a developmental disability in the course of his or her employment, or involvement with <br />the business or organization, must have an F.B.I. Fingerprint Check before they have unsupervised access and <br />before prospective employer begins working. The DSHS Background Check Central Unit (BCCU) must be <br />utilized to obtain background clearance. <br />
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