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ANNUAL

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annual

report 2019

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DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

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FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION

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BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DIVISION

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CHILDREN & YOUTH DIVISION

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DISABILITIES & PROTECTIVE SERVICES

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ECONOMIC SUPPORT DIVISION

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PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION

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SENIOR SERVICES DIVISION

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On behalf of the department’s staff and previous director,

Marilyn Schreuder, I would like to present the Health

and Human Services Department 2019 Annual Report.

The staff should be proud of the accomplishments they

provided to the citizens of the Price County throughout

the year.

Please take time to review the report which has

descriptions of each unit’s major function and programs

and the statistics of services provided.

We hope you find this report useful. We are available to

answer questions and look forward to hearing your

comments.

Sarah Socha

Sarah Socha, Director

Message from the Price County

Health & Human Services Director

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Animal Control

$64,282

Behavioral

Health…

Children & Youth

$2,183,840

Disability &

Protective Services

$801,321

Economic Support

$376,712

Public

Health

$1,611,435

Senior Services

$491,649

Expenditures

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Financial & Admin Services

Expenditures Revenue

Animal Control $64,282 $47,147

Behavioral Health $916,937 $1,286,348

Children & Youth $2,183,840 $2,230,621 Disability & Protective Services $801,321 $482,602 Economic Support $376,712 $394,333 Public Health $1,611,435 $1,496,349 Senior Services $491,649 $532,695 Total $6,446,176 $6,470,096

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Behavioral Health

MISSION

To enhance the quality of

life for our community by

offering comprehensive

behavioral health

services in a

trauma-informed culture of care,

promoting integrated

healthcare, recovery, and

community inclusion.

GENERAL PURPOSE

To support and promote

behavioral health and

substance use disorder

services for Price county

residents.

PROGRAMS

ADMINISTERED

Community Support Programs Comprehensive Community Services

Coordinated Service Teams Intensive Supervision Program Mental Health Crisis Services Mental Health /Substance Use Disorder Targeted Case

Management is slated to begin in 2020.

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Behavioral Health

Community Support Programs (CSP) are for adults living with a serious and

persistent mental illness. CSPs provide coordinated professional care and treatment in the community that includes a broad range of services to meet an individual’s unique personal needs, reduce symptoms, and promote recovery.

189 clients assisted

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a program that helps individuals

of all ages live their best life by providing supports that address their unique needs related to mental health and substance use. CCS is intended to assist individuals who need care outside of inpatient settings, but who may have ongoing needs that, if left unaddressed, could result in hospitalizations during times of crisis.

62 clients assisted

Coordinated Service Teams (CST) develop a comprehensive, individualized

system of care for children with complex behavioral health needs. The CST itself is a group that includes family members, service providers, and others that work to design and carry out a coordinated services plan for the child. This model of care is often referred as wraparound services.

56 clients assisted

Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) is designed to help people who have been

charged with a second or higher Operating While Impaired or Under the Influence (OWI) offense to stop drinking and driving. The program is a combination of

treatment and case management services.

28 clients assisted

Mental Health Crisis Service Program means a coordinated system of mental

health services, which provides as immediate response to assist a person

experiencing a mental health crisis. Outpatient emergencies include socio-emotional crisis, attempted suicides, family crises, and if needed, referral to an emergency room of a general hospital for medical treatment.

202 clients assisted

Mental Health/Substance Use Disorder Targeted Case Management (TCM)

Provides case management to adults with a serious mental health diagnosis or substance use disorder diagnosis to assist them in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services.

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Children & Youth

MISSION

The mission of the Price

County Children &

Youth Division is to

assure the welfare and

safety of children and

youth in Price County

and to promote

accountability and

responsibility for juvenile

offenders.

GENERAL PURPOSE

The general purpose of

Children & Youth

programs is to administer

state and federally

mandated child protective

service and juvenile justice

programs.

PROGRAMS

ADMINISTERED

Child Protective Service (CPS) Juvenile Court Intake Home Detention Juvenile Restitution/Community

Service Substitute Care In-Home Service Foster Care Program Kinship Care Program Independent Living Program Early Intervention – Capacity

Building Early Intervention Program Safe & Stable Families Program

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Children & Youth

Service

No. Served

Youth Justice

Juvenile Court Intake Services, Court Disposition, Intensive Supervision Program, Electronic Monitoring

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JIPS Petitions Filed 5

Delinquency Petitions Filed 20

Youth Aids Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) 17

Secure Detention

(Includes short term & 72hr holds) 12

Juveniles

317Days

Home Detention 12

Restitution 16

Out of Home (Placements)

Foster Care, Group Homes, Child Care Institutions, Juvenile Respite, Shelter, Permanency Services and planning

73

Capacity Building Early Intervention 11

Safe & Stable Families 84 Families

147 Children

Child Abuse & Neglect 241 Referrals

114 Investigations

CHIPS Petitions Filed 29

After Hour Calls 56

Total Intakes Received 709

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Children & Youth

Youth Justice

78 Total Referrals

Juvenile Court Intake Services, Court Disposition, Intensive Supervision Program, Electronic Monitoring

10 6 8 6 10 3 10 0 8 3 10 4 January February March April May June July August September October November December

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0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 6 7 8 9 1011121314151617 Years of Age Referrals by Age 29 29 6 4 0 1 3 3 2 0 10 20 30 40 Referrals by Area

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Children & Youth

Out of Home Placements

73

children were placed in out of home care.

34

of those children were placed in county while

39

were placed out of county.

44%

Were drug related

21 19 8 25 0 - 4 year olds 5 - 11 year olds 12 - 14 year olds 15+ year olds 0 10 20 30

Ages of Children in Care

3 1 3 12 5 25 24 Secure Detention Corrections Residential Care Center Group Home Treatment Foster Care Local Foster Care Court Ordered Relative Placement

0 20 40 Place me n t Type s

Cost of Placements Per Month Court Ordered

Relative Placement $244 Local Foster Care $404 - $1,000 Treatment Foster Care $3,000 - $4,000 Group Home $6,000 - $7,000 Residential Care Center $10,000 - $12,000 Secure Detention / Corrections $4,500 - $12,000

$1,037,546

Annual Placement Cost

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Foster Homes in Price County

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Disabilities & Protective Services

MISSION

The mission of the Price County Disabilities and

Protective Services Division is to plan, arrange for and

monitor an array of services for: the elderly, individuals experiencing acute and/or chronic mental illness, and individuals experiencing substance abuse problems. Services will be provided in a manner that supports the uniqueness and dignity of the individual while maintaining accountability and

cost-effectiveness in systems. The mission of the Aging and Disability Resource Center is to assist individuals in

planning for their long-term care health needs in a manner that supports the uniqueness and dignity of the individual.

GENERAL PURPOSE

The general purpose of Disabilities & Protective Services programs is to carry out federal, state and locally mandated programs for the elderly, individuals with physical, developmental or cognitive disabilities, acute and/or chronic mental illness, and alcohol and other drug use/abuse problems.

PROGRAMS

ADMINISTERED

Adult Protective Services Case Management Children’s Community Options

Program Children's Long-Term Support

Waivers Birth to 3 Civil Commitments Settlement Agreements Guardianship and Protective

Placements Hope Consortium Aging and Disability Resource

Center (ADRC) Respite Day Services Intensive Autism Programs

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Females 45 Males 45 DI V ISI ON

Disabilities & Protective Services

Elder & Vulnerable Adult Investigations

38 20 17 10 4 1 0 10 20 30 40 Self-Neglect Financial Exploitation Neglect by Others Emotional Abuse Physical Abuse Treatment w/o Consent

Primary Reason 9 15 30 24 12 18-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99 Ages # of Individuals served by APS 91 Total

Service No. Served

Birth to Three 28 Referrals 24 Served

Options Counseling/Assessments 34 Counseling 82 Assessments

Elder & Vulnerable Adult Abuse/Neglect 76 Reports

Children’s CCOP Program 21

Children’s Long-Term Support Waiver 21

Guardianships 10

Emergency Protective Placements 3

Protective Placements 52

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Economic Support

MISSION

As a member of the

Northern Income

Maintenance Consortium

the mission of the Price

County Economic

Support Division is:

“Working Together to

Provide Services that

Enhance Quality of

Life”

GENERAL PURPOSE

The general purpose of

Income Maintenance

programs is to assist

financially and

categorically eligible

individuals with a means

to meet their basic human

needs including food,

shelter, medical treatment,

etc.

PROGRAMS

ADMINISTERED

FoodShare BadgerCare Plus Family Planning Only Services Medicaid for Elderly, Blind or

Disabled Child Care Assistance General Assistance Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) Child Care Certification of Day

Care Homes

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Economic Support

Energy

Regular

913 Households $639,947

Energy

Crisis

118 Households $31,320

Furnace

Repair

35 Households $10,277

Furnace

Replacement

10 Households $52,695

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Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Programs

BadgerCare

Elderly Blind Disabled Long Term Care

3,907 Recipients $25,458,650 FoodShare 1,519 Recipients $1,624,446 Certified 1 Licensed 11 Child Care Admin Children 248 Families 188 Child Care $105,510 Protective Payee 5 Clients $2,277.38

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Public Health

MISSION

The mission of the

Price County Public

Health Division is

to be leaders in

promoting,

protecting, and

preserving the

health and

well-being of Price

County citizens

through

partnerships with

people and

communities.

GENERAL

PURPOSE

The general

purpose of Public

Health programs

is to carry out the

core public health

functions through

the essential

public health

services.

PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED

Animal Control Community Health Needs Assessment and

Planning Public Health Accreditation Planning Public Health Emergency Preparedness Communicable Disease Control Communicable Disease Reporting Immunization Program Investigation and Follow-up Maternal Child Health & Family Health Children & Youth with Special Health Care Needs Reproductive Health Health Check Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC) Targeted Case Management (TCM) Dental Health Dietary Fluoride Supplement Program Early Childhood Prevention Program Fluoride Mouth Rinse Healthy Smiles for Seniors

Seal a Smile Environmental Health Environmental Human Health Hazard

Investigation Control and Abatement Radon Testing Program Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention and

Assessment Program Well Water Testing Program

Tobacco Control Program Rabies Control Program

Coalitions Health and Wellness Coalition Mental Health/AODA

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DIV IS ION

Public Health

Le adin g Dise ases Chlamydia - 23 Influenza -13 Hospitalized 81 Total Reported Incidents

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Individuals received HIV testing at the jail.

Vaccine Dispensing Event

School District Consent Boosters Needed Boosters Given Electronic Paper Chequamegon 64 94 6 6 Phillips 116 88 3 2 Prentice 22 27 2 0 Total 202 209 11 8 Grand Total (# of students) 411 Grand Total (# of vaccinations) 419

Communicable Disease:

Preparedness:

Environmental Health:

Radon Kit

5 High | 24 Low

Results Well Water

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Wells Tested

106 Price County | 62 Private Providers

Goal: 165 | Actual: 168 Lead Poisoning Testing Grant 4 Children had initial capillary results above

5mcg/dl, considered above acceptable range.

1,485Administered 1,271 Clients Vaccinations Animal Bites: Count of Animal Species: Bear 1 Cat 3 Dog 22 Total 26

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WIC: The purpose of the Special

Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is to promote and maintain the health and well-being of nutritionally at-risk

pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and

children.

465 Participants (88% enrolled in BadgerCare)

$1,555 WIC Dollars redeemed at local farmer’s

markets

$146,143 WIC Dollars redeemed at local stores

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Pregnant women were enrolled in Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC)

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Families received Targeted Case Management (TCM) services 19 7 20 11 28 8 7 14 8 17 1 11

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151 Total Health Check Visits

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AODA/Mental Health Coalition:

• Worked with partners such as the area schools and Law enforcement and were able to collect over $10,000 in federal drug prevention funding. • The coalition continues to distribute

Doterra drug deactivation kits, medication lock boxes and hosting Drug Take Back.

• SOS (stomp out stigma) Secured funds to train 45 adults and students in the Sources of Strength Program. This program utilizes peer social networks to address suicide, bullying and substance abuse.

• Parent Cafés are a method of facilitating meaningful, reflective conversations that promote parent leadership and collaboration. Parent Cafés are structured around

questions related to the five Strengthening Families protective factors.

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Dental Health:

Seal A Smile Totals

# of Students Received Educational Presentations 851 # of Students Screened 719 # Fluoride Applications 764 # of Students Received Sealants 415 # of Sealants 2,297 # of Referrals 86

Early Childhood Cavity Prevention:

231

Students received education

134

Oral screening performed

402 Fluoride varnish applications School-based Fluoride Mouth Rinse: 207 Parents & students received education 101 Students received weekly rinse Dietary Fluoride Supplements: 36 Children 47 Prescriptions dispensed Healthy Smiles for Seniors: 10 Clients

Category Definition Total Average/ Day Daily New

Likes

The number of new people who have liked your Page

(Unique Users) 137 .37

Daily Page Engaged Users

The number of people who engaged with your Page. Engagement includes any click or story created. (Unique Users)

3,015 8.26

Daily Total Reach

The number of people who had any content from your Page or about your Page enter their screen. This includes posts, check-ins, ads, social information from people who interact with your Page and more. (Unique Users)

35,402 96.99

Daily Total Impressions

The number of times any content from your Page or about your Page entered a person's screen. This includes posts, check-ins, ads, social information from people who interact with your Page and more. (Total Count)

69,575 190.61

Daily Total Consumers

The number of people who clicked on any of your content. Stories that are created without clicking on Page content (ex, liking the Page from timeline) are not included. (Unique Users)

2,001 5.48

Facebook Data:

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Senior Services

MISSION

The mission of the Price County

Senior Services Division is to

enable older citizens in Price

County to have, find and make

use of a wide range of

community resources that will

help them experience the aging

process with self-sufficiency,

self-determination, security and

dignity.

GENERAL PURPOSE

The general purpose of the Senior

Services programs is to carry out

the Older Americans and

Wisconsin Elders Acts. The major

focus is to strengthen the

organization and delivery of

programs and services to older

persons and their families at the

county level. The purpose is: (1)

to assure that older persons in the

county have the same opportunity

as other citizens to realize their

full potential and then participate

in all areas of community and

family life; and (2) to advocate for

older persons in order that they

may be able to meet their basic

human needs and remain, for as

long as possible, in the place they

call home.

PROGRAMS

ADMINISTERED

Alzheimer’s Family Caregiver Support Program Benefit Specialist Congregate Meals Home Delivered Meals Transportation Health Promotion &

Disease Prevention National Family Caregiver Support Program Elder Abuse & Neglect

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The Phillips Transit was added to the Price County Elderly and Disabled Transportation program starting in May of 2018. This service was in addition to the Park Falls Transit that initially started the

beginning of public transportation in Price County in 2016. This

enhancement included connecting trips between Park Falls and Phillips four times during the weekday on a set schedule while Saturday service was added for both communities along with two connecting commutes on Saturdays Free rides for students during the summer was offered for both communities along with free rides to the polls on election days to vote within each city.

1,922 1,222 92 1,881 363 5,584 155 1369 0 157 0 0 59 0 MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT NUTRITION EDUCATION / TRAINING SOCIAL / RECREATIONAL PERSONAL BUSINESS OTHER 0 2000 4000 6000 Volunteer Drivers BART Bus

Reasons for Ridership 1,585

Volunteer Rides Provided BART Bus Rides Provided11,219

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We want to highlight the fact that it was with our community partners that we can grow and keep public transportation sustainable. The initial requirement and financial foundation comes from the

Department of Transportation s.85.31 grant. Thanks to Flambeau Hospital Foundation for donating both buses, plus donations from both the cities of Park Falls and Phillips, which support the sustainability of this valuable service.

We continue to acknowledge the fact that our Elderly and Disabled Transportation Program could not operate without our amazing

volunteers. They are the backbone of our transportation program and their sincere compassion towards their riders is admirable. We are grateful to all volunteers and community partners that work and donate monetarily to help with one of the most identified issues of living in northern Wisconsin – transportation.

# of BART Bus Fares

Month Park Falls Phillips

January 590 250 February 523 241 March 668 312 April 667 329 May 622 219 June 530 352 July 608 424 August 572 345 September 567 240 October 796 319 November 740 278 December 742 285 Total 7,625 3,594 3933 5592 1268 426 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000

BART Bus Rider Demographics

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Our annual Caregiver Conference was held at the Ogema Baptist Church on October 10, 2019 with Dee Mayfield headlining “A Day for Caregivers- Hope, Help! And Humor.” Dee gave the 64

participants destressing techniques to deal with their loved one or client, while letting them know how important and valuable their jobs are as caregivers. Her

presentation was filled with humor, inspiration and dementia education. The Anatomy of an Argument let all caregivers know that their challenges were shared by others and that you need to find the humor in that. Her most important lesson was how to deal with day-to-day challenges with love and compassion.

This was the second-year respite was offered at the same venue, thanks to volunteers from Flambeau Home Health in Phillips. This service made it possible to have a caregiver come to the conference with their loved one. While they attended the conference, their loved one was doing supervised activities across the lobby. This allowed caregivers to learn and enjoy the conference temporarily worry-free.

Chair Yoga was presented by Pam Peterson of Mind Body Spirit Yoga out of Medford. This yoga is simple and practical bringing attention to one’s own breath.

Evaluations from this conference were quite positive and told us they learned valuable tips, that they enjoyed getting out of the house to visit with other caregivers and learning about local

resources.

Program Statistics Total Members Served 1,088 Meals Eaten at Dining Site 10,330 At-Home Meals Served 9,229 Family Caregivers 75 Volunteer Miles 71,685 Opened Elder Benefit Cases 471 Elder Benefit Contacts 549

Senior Dining Sites are located in five communities throughout Price Co. Senior dining provides nutritious, well-balanced meals; promotes better health; and reduces isolation through opportunities for

socialization. While each site is unique, all the senior dining sites occasionally offer a variety of activities to foster friendship and

fellowship.

Home-delivered meal participants are not able to participate in activities at the site, but they do benefit from a face –to-face visit from a volunteer each time a meal is

delivered. This home-delivered meal is not only providing nutrition, but a welfare check to someone who is homebound who may not see another human being for days at a time.

The Older American Act maintains that no senior will go without a meal.

Therefore, meals are provided on a suggested donation basis. Revenue to operate this program is obtained through federal, state and county government along with donations from participants and community.

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2019

Location

Price County Normal Building

104 S. Eyder Ave.

Phillips, Wisconsin 54555

Phone

715.339.2158

Fax

715.339.4018

Email

hhsd@co.price.wi.us

Web

http://co.price.wi.us/190/Health-Human-Services

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