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I have seen underpasses and abandoned locations near freeways acting as transportation excess equipment “storage” facilities and thought nothing of it until this past week’s Atlanta Highway 85 fiasco.

So I have my theories as to how 3 shelterless individuals were stealing copper scrap for cash and how it most likely flinted, caught on fire and eventually caused the terrorizing explosion.

That the sections of concrete loosened heated melting away from the stablizing beams is concerning to me.

I left early that day to run errands and was riveted to the television news and constant updates.

It reminded me of the 1990 San Francisco quake when Leon Panetta, then CD (17) Representative walked the highways and bridge with his construction helmet. My sister was stuck in traffic that day when the East Bay Bridge stalled.

 

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Peerpocalypse 2017

Cannon Beach in April sounds like a pretty fab place to be. The beach. Walking on the brown sand, waiting and holding my beloved’s hand. Photo op with a kite to match the one KZ has from the Seattle years.

Klein, Padron & Associates will present on varying financial business models to sustain a Peer workforce at the Mental Health America of Oregon’s Peerpocalypse2017 in Seaside, Oregon April 24-26, 2017.

For more information please look at https://www.peerpocalypse.com/.

 

Padron Logarithm for Quantifying Related Peer Workforce Medicaid State by State Rehab Option Functions

Quantifying Peer Service Deliverables Formula for # Referrals: [(a)(b)(c)/(c/(e/f) = x][1]

Where (a) Number(s) of CPS Medicaid Service Deliverable(s) Code(s)  X  (b) Dollar Value for Fifteen Minute Billable Protocol per type of Service Deliverable[i]  X  (c) CPS Point of Contacts Per Annum Medicaid Service Deliverable / (d) FY [e.g., 15, 16, 17] / (e) number of months of service deliverable(s) =  (x) Number of necessary Referrals is dependent upon the TYPE of CPS provided service deliverable (e.g., (f) (e.g., PSR, Meds Management, Case Management, Group, F2F Peer to Peer).

 (a)(b)(c)

(c/(e/f) = x, when:

[x = [(a)(b)(c)/(12/(e)(f)  Point of Contact Referrals as per 1) Months, and 2) Sum/anuum for FY 2015, 2016, 2017)] = d

[1] Padron & Associates Peer Services Deliverable Algorithm © 2015 All Rights Reserved.

[i] (f) PSR, Meds Management, Case Management, Crisis, Group, F2F Peer to Peer and other supports

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