Request for Proposals
This is the section where we will post any additional information and post Q/A from potential applicants. Please check this site often as we may be adding information up to the RFP due date.
Guidelines and Attachments for the PACT RFP
Questions and Answers
Q: What is the deadline for the Letter of Intent for the PACT RFP?
A: The deadline for the Letter of Intent for the PACT RFP has been extended to Monday, March 13, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. CST.
Q: Who will be referring clients into PACT services? Will only Region eligible clients be referred?
A: Youth and families may receive referrals from a myriad of systems in the community. These systems will include but are not limited to schools, community-based social service agencies, health/mental health providers, and self-referrals. At this time, the youth and families will need to meet Region 6 financial eligibility standards.
Q: The required training, is that something we should include in our budget? Or is that something the Region will pay for/coordinate?
A: Region 6 will be coordinating and paying for the four-day PACT training and consultation services that will be provided by the Institute for Family Development as outlined in the RFP guidelines. This training does not need to be included in the submitted budget. Trainings and consultation outside of the RFP guidelines would need to be included in your budget.
Q: Does the anticipated # of families served annually include only those who “complete” the program, or all families served?
A: The estimate is based on the total number of families that will be served by the program throughout the year given the number of clinicians, estimated caseload per clinician, and estimated length of stay of the families in the program. It is not limited to the number of anticipated families that will complete the program.
Q: Are there any specific NCFAS scores you are hoping to see related to program outcomes? Or will this be negotiated post award?
A: The NCFAS scores and outcome measures for the program will be reviewed and negotiated post award.
Q: Is the 4 year federal award secure? Or does it rely upon competitive yearly renewals?
A: The System of Care grant is based on a four year grant through the Division of Behavioral Health. The first three years of the grant are based on a $3 federal to $1 non-federal match, and the fourth year is based on a $1 federal to $1 non-federal match with the anticipation of sustainable funds. The award is not reliant upon competitive yearly renewals and is intended to be for the duration of the grant period based on the anticipation of sustainable funding.
Guidelines and Attachments for the Youth Peer Support RFP
Questions and Answers
Q: What is the deadline for the Letter of Intent for the Youth Peer Support RFP?
A: The deadline for the Letter of Intent for the Youth Peer Support RFP has been extended to Monday, March 13, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. CST.