|Senate Counsel & Research||State of Minnesota|
|S.F. No. 3085 - Pilot Project for Unsheltered Individuals|
|Author:||Senator Linda Berglin|
|Prepared by:||Joan White, Senate Counsel (651/296-3814)|
|Date:||March 20, 2006|
Subdivision 1 requires the commissioner of human services to establish two pilot projects, one in Ramsey County and one in Hennepin County, which must:
(1) operate two ten bed facilities;
(2) provide community support to individuals who have been homeless for at least one year;
(3) provide 24-hour supervision; and
(4) provide on-site mental health services, which focus on the mental health needs of individuals who have lived unsheltered.
Subdivision 2 requires the county to negotiate a group residential rate for the pilot programs.
Subdivision 3 provides that an individual who has lived at one of the pilot program facilities, who is being transitioned to independent living as part of the program plan, continues to be eligible for the group residential housing rate under subdivision 2.
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