1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 1233, the delete everything amendment
1.2(A13-0408), as follows:
1.3Page 319, after line 6, insert:

1.4    "Sec. 5. Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 256I.04, subdivision 3, is amended to read:
1.5    Subd. 3. Moratorium on development of group residential housing beds. (a)
1.6County agencies shall not enter into agreements for new group residential housing beds
1.7with total rates in excess of the MSA equivalent rate except:
1.8(1) for group residential housing establishments licensed under Minnesota Rules,
1.9parts 9525.0215 to 9525.0355, provided the facility is needed to meet the census reduction
1.10targets for persons with developmental disabilities at regional treatment centers;
1.11(2) to ensure compliance with the federal Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
1.12alternative disposition plan requirements for inappropriately placed persons with
1.13developmental disabilities or mental illness;
1.14(3) up to 80 beds in a single, specialized facility located in Hennepin County that will
1.15provide housing for chronic inebriates who are repetitive users of detoxification centers
1.16and are refused placement in emergency shelters because of their state of intoxication,
1.17and planning for the specialized facility must have been initiated before July 1, 1991,
1.18in anticipation of receiving a grant from the Housing Finance Agency under section
1.19462A.05, subdivision 20a , paragraph (b);
1.20(4) notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision 2a, for up to 190 supportive
1.21housing units in Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, or Ramsey County for homeless adults with a
1.22mental illness, a history of substance abuse, or human immunodeficiency virus or acquired
1.23immunodeficiency syndrome. For purposes of this section, "homeless adult" means a
1.24person who is living on the street or in a shelter or discharged from a regional treatment
1.25center, community hospital, or residential treatment program and has no appropriate
1.26housing available and lacks the resources and support necessary to access appropriate
1.27housing. At least 70 percent of the supportive housing units must serve homeless adults
2.1with mental illness, substance abuse problems, or human immunodeficiency virus or
2.2acquired immunodeficiency syndrome who are about to be or, within the previous six
2.3months, has been discharged from a regional treatment center, or a state-contracted
2.4psychiatric bed in a community hospital, or a residential mental health or chemical
2.5dependency treatment program. If a person meets the requirements of subdivision 1,
2.6paragraph (a), and receives a federal or state housing subsidy, the group residential housing
2.7rate for that person is limited to the supplementary rate under section 256I.05, subdivision
, and is determined by subtracting the amount of the person's countable income that
2.9exceeds the MSA equivalent rate from the group residential housing supplementary rate.
2.10A resident in a demonstration project site who no longer participates in the demonstration
2.11program shall retain eligibility for a group residential housing payment in an amount
2.12determined under section 256I.06, subdivision 8, using the MSA equivalent rate. Service
2.13funding under section 256I.05, subdivision 1a, will end June 30, 1997, if federal matching
2.14funds are available and the services can be provided through a managed care entity. If
2.15federal matching funds are not available, then service funding will continue under section
2.16256I.05, subdivision 1a ;
2.17(5) for group residential housing beds in settings meeting the requirements of
2.18subdivision 2a, clauses (1) and (3), which are used exclusively for recipients receiving
2.19home and community-based waiver services under sections 256B.0915, 256B.092,
2.20subdivision 5
, 256B.093, and 256B.49, and who resided in a nursing facility for the six
2.21months immediately prior to the month of entry into the group residential housing setting.
2.22The group residential housing rate for these beds must be set so that the monthly group
2.23residential housing payment for an individual occupying the bed when combined with the
2.24nonfederal share of services delivered under the waiver for that person does not exceed the
2.25nonfederal share of the monthly medical assistance payment made for the person to the
2.26nursing facility in which the person resided prior to entry into the group residential housing
2.27establishment. The rate may not exceed the MSA equivalent rate plus $426.37 for any case;
2.28(6) for an additional two beds, resulting in a total of 32 beds, for a facility located in
2.29Hennepin County providing services for recovering and chemically dependent men that
2.30has had a group residential housing contract with the county and has been licensed as a
2.31board and lodge facility with special services since 1980;
2.32(7) for a group residential housing provider located in the city of St. Cloud, or a county
2.33contiguous to the city of St. Cloud, that operates a 40-bed facility, that received financing
2.34through the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency Ending Long-Term Homelessness
2.35Initiative and serves chemically dependent clientele, providing 24-hour-a-day supervision;
3.1(8) for a new 65-bed facility in Crow Wing County that will serve chemically
3.2dependent persons, operated by a group residential housing provider that currently
3.3operates a 304-bed facility in Minneapolis, and a 44-bed facility in Duluth;
3.4(9) for a group residential housing provider that operates two ten-bed facilities, one
3.5located in Hennepin County and one located in Ramsey County, that provide community
3.6support and 24-hour-a-day supervision to serve the mental health needs of individuals
3.7who have chronically lived unsheltered; and
3.8(10) for a group residential facility in Hennepin County with a capacity of up to 48
3.9beds that has been licensed since 1978 as a board and lodging facility and that until August
3.101, 2007, operated as a licensed chemical dependency treatment program.
3.11    (b) A county agency may enter into a group residential housing agreement for beds
3.12with rates in excess of the MSA equivalent rate in addition to those currently covered
3.13under a group residential housing agreement if the additional beds are only a replacement
3.14of beds with rates in excess of the MSA equivalent rate which have been made available
3.15due to closure of a setting, a change of licensure or certification which removes the beds
3.16from group residential housing payment, or as a result of the downsizing of a group
3.17residential housing setting. The transfer of available beds from one county to another can
3.18only occur by the agreement of both counties.
3.19(c) Effective July 1, 2013, 35 beds with rates in excess of the MSA equivalent rate
3.20will be designated for youth victims of sex trafficking."
3.21Renumber the sections in sequence and correct the internal references
3.22Amend the title accordingly