FIRST 5 Community Investments Report by Supervisorial Districts

FIRST 5

The First 5 years.

SANTA CLARA COUNTY

TO:

Children, Seniors and Families Committee
Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors

FROM:

Jolene Smith, Executive Director
FIRST 5 Santa Clara County

SUBJECT:

FIRST 5 Report Back, #146

DATE:

August 17, 2005

Title: Report of FIRST 5 Santa Clara County Community Investments by Supervisorial
Districts.
Recommended Action: Accept the Report of FIRST 5 Santa Clara County Community
Investments by Supervisorial Districts.
Summary of Request: The Report of Community Investments by Supervisorial Districts is an
analysis of FIRST 5's budgeted expenditures for fiscal year 2005-2006 as they are allocated
across each of the five Santa Clara Board of Supervisor's districts.
Background: On June 1, 2005 Jolene Smith made an annual report to the Children, Seniors and
Families Committee of the Board of Supervisors. Following the report by the Executive
Director, Supervisor James Beall, co-chair of the Committee requested an analysis of FIRST 5's
budgeted expenditures for each Board member's district.
These expenditures were divided into ~upervisor's districts based on one of three methods as
indicated in the "Source" column of the report:
• Equally distributed among all districts;
• Distributed based upon the actual child population for each district; and,
Distributed based upon actual caseload data.
The number of children age 0-5 for each district is based upon year 2000 census data. These
numbers were then aggregated by zip code along with other data elements that were mapped
during the FIRST 5 High Risk Design and Preschool for All research. Zip codes were then
matched to districts based upon a map created by the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters
using GIS data files. A total of 2,950 children were not attributed to specific zip codes in the
census data. This number of children was proportionally allocated across each of the
Supervisors' districts.

Fiscal Impact: None.

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FIRST 5 Santa Clara County
Investments by Supervisor's District
Fiscal Year 2005/06 Budget
Investments .... - - - - - - - - - - - - - Community Investments:
Arts Enrichment Initiative
Public Relations & Marketing
Community Events
Community Education and Awareness
Childhood Matters (Radio Program)
Children's Discovery Museum
Emergency Requests
Special Community Projects
Children's Health Care Initiative
Preschool for All - Launch
E3 - Professional Development
E3- CARES
Early Learning Initiative
High Risk Design - Launch
Care Management/Family Court
Prenatal & Toddler HV
Early Screening Initiative
6 Regional Partnerships
Total Community Investments

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:$
(4)
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(4)
(3)
(4)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(5)
(2) (4)
(4)
(5)
(1) (5)
(2) (4)
(5)
(4)
(4)
(3)
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(4)

5,823,746

Administration

(3)

2,261,986

Facility Purchase

(3)

5,385,202

Number of Children Age 0-5
Investment per Child

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I $ 43,230,434
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296
(1):
(2):
(3):
(4):
(5):

Districts

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James T. Beall, Jr.

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4

3

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8,958,321 '.

600,800
5,088,133

1,105,913

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1,364,304 :

1,247,297'

985,795

J

452,397

452,397:

452,397

452,397

9,o94,s9s

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27,725 :
i$

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187,483. $
216,696 ·
25,000:
234,266
40,000 :
200,000:
10,000
40,000:
1,706,262:
468,532.
234,266 :
822,964 i
2,422,126 I
468,532 j
430,987 I
s2s,921 l
324,481 I,

1,011.040

146,000 :

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151,975: $
175,655
25,000 I
189,897 ,
40,000 i
200,000
10,000 i
40,000 i
842,639
379,795
189,897 I
s93,a91 I
1,798,969 1
379,795 I
151,589 !
426,319 I
263,021 I
600,800 ,
6,459,247 j
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Program

Total Investment

$

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Blanca Alvarado

1

800,300 :
925,000
125,000
1,000,000
200,000
1,000,000
50,000
200,000 :
4,519,900:
2,000,000 i
1,000,000
3,750,000
4,610,000:
2,000,000 !
945,200 ·:
2,245,000
1,385,100 i
3,004,000;
29,759,500 l

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Total

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328

i$

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1,077,040
11,852,063

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1,077,040:

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$

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34,2031
347

296,6531

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135,468
156,576
25,000 .
169,272
40,000
200,000
10,000
40,000
731,255
338,543
169,272
642,675'
227,430
338,543
181,312,
380,015.
234,458
600,800
4,620,620 :

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171,404 ; $
198,111 i
25,000 1
214,1741
40,000
200,000 I
10,000 I
40,000 /
950,793 ·
428,349 I
214,174
517,5341
150,104 i
428,349 j
121,865 i
480,822 1

I$

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1,077,040'

l$

7,135,853

31,269 ;
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252 i $

24,714

7,864,868

Includes state matching funds for children of high risk
Start up funds to be used for training, staff and infrastructure development
Benefits all districts equally
Distributed based on child populations for each district
Distributed based on caseload

289.

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Liz Kniss

5

;$

153,970
177,962
25,000
192,391
40,000
200,000
10,000
40,000
288,951
384,782
192,391
1.172,936
11,371
384,782
59,447
431,917
266,481
600 1800
4,633,180

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1,120,436 I
452,397

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1,077,040 i

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$

7,283,053

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28,089;

$

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Document

An analysis of FIRST 5's budgeted expenditures for each Board member's district.

Collection

James T. Beall, Jr.

Content Type

Report

Resource Type

Document

Date

08/17/2005

District

District 4

Creator

Jolene Smith, Executive Director, FIRST 5 Santa Clara County

Language

English

Rights

No Copyright: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/