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Contra costa county behavioral health services mental health services act april 10 2013

Request for Proposals Bidders Conference: Central and East County TAY Full Service Partnership Program

Contra Costa County

Behavioral Health Services

Mental Health Services Act

April 10, 2013


Agenda

Agenda

  • Funding Source

  • Summary of Key Details

  • Purpose of the RFP

  • Program Approach

  • RFP Components

  • RFP Review Process

  • RFP Timeline

  • Questions


Funding source

Funding Source

  • In November 2004, California voters passed Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)

  • MHSA is intended to "transform the public mental health system.“

  • The goal of the Act is to create a state-of-the-art, culturally competent system promoting: wellness; recovery for adults and older adults with severe mental illness; and resiliency for children with serious emotional disorders and their families.

  • For more information see: http://www.dmh.ca.gov/Prop_63/MHSA/Community_Services_and_Supports/default.asp


Summary of key details

Summary of Key Details

  • Population Served:

    • Transition Age Youth (TAY) 16 to 25 years of age and their families

    • East and Central County residents

    • Clients with serious mental illness meeting medical necessity (see page 5 of the RFP)

    • MediCal eligible as well as uninsured

    • Services must be 24/7

    • Contract limit is $380,000

    • Expected contractor will serve 40 FSPs concurrently (see page 7)

    • Funding period: 12 months

    • Anticipated start of contract: July 1, 2013


Purpose of the rfp see pages 4 7

Purpose of the RFP(see pages 4-7)

  • To establish a TAY FSP in East County for East and Central County residents

  • Population Served is expected to be experiencing:

    • serious mental illness or seriously emotionally disturbed youth

    • homelessness, hospitalizations, visits to PES, and/or involvement in criminal justice system

    • chronic physical health issues and/or co-occurring substance abuse issues


Program approach

Program Approach

  • FSP programs are capable of providing a range of services beyond the scope of typical outpatient mental health services

  • FSP programs include:

    • intensive outreach

    • transportation support

    • educational and vocational support

    • housing support

    • employment support

    • peer support and advocacy

    • use of MHSA flexible funds as necessary

    • overall coordination of services

  • FSP participants must have the support of a service provider 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

  • Referrals approval by County staff

  • Program Model: Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders Model; see pages 6-7 of RFP


Rfp components

RFP Components

  • Cover Page (see Appendix)

  • Work Plan Narrative (12 page maximum, 40 points total) (see page 9)

  • Budget and Budget Justification (3 page maximum, 20 points total) (see page 10 and Section III F page 8)

  • Characteristics and Qualifications of Applicant Agency (7 page maximum, 40 points total) (see pages 10-11)


Rfp review process see page 12

RFP Review Process(see page 12)

  • Failure to meet any one of the following criteria will not be reviewed further:

    - Proposal was received by due date.

    - All sections of Proposal as outlined in RFP are included within specified page limits (Excluding Attachments).

    - Attachments are included and are complete.

  • Panel of reviewers will score each proposal

  • Maximum of 100 points for each proposal is possible

  • Scoring:

    Work Plan Narrative 40 Points

    Budget 20 Points

    Applicant Qualifications40 Points

  • In order to be considered for an award, the proposal must have a minimum score of 75 points


Rfp timeline see page 12

RFP Timeline (see page 12)


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