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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS IS OPEN

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Tri-Counties Regional Center (TCRC) opens a Request for Proposals (RFP) cycle following an extensive needs assessment process in which critical unmet needs have been identified. Individuals and agencies offering an identified service may submit proposals following the instructions provided with the RFP announcement. Proposals are reviewed and one or more in each service category selected to move to the next stage of development. Selected applicants are asked to submit a full program design using guidelines provided by TCRC. These program designs are reviewed by an interdisciplinary team for compliance with applicable regulations and use of best practices. When the program design has been approved, the provider is asked to complete and return TCRC vendorization forms including a cost statement and other documentation such as licenses. The final step is the signing of a payment agreement or contract. Once the process has been completed, the newly vendored provider is assigned a unique vendor identification number and is ready to receive referrals.

AUGUST 2017 RFP - OPEN

Adult Severe Behaviors Specialized Residential Facility (SRF)

An SRF is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities.  This facility will serve adult males or females aged eighteen (18) to fifty-nine (59) who are diagnosed with developmental disabilities and who may be ambulatory or non-ambulatory.  Challenges may include anger, aggression, self-injurious behavior, AWOL and difficulty forming and maintaining healthy attachments.  Noise mitigation may need to be addressed.  The home will be a long-term living arrangement.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Adult Residential Facility (ARF) Level 4

An adult residential facility (ARF) is a Community Care licensed home which serves the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities.  Residents range in age from eighteen (18) to fifty-nine (59) and may be non-ambulatory.  A facility with all beds licensed for non-ambulatory individuals is preferred, but a minimum of two (2) non-ambulatory beds is required.  Cognitive functioning of individuals referred may range from moderate to severe intellectual disability.  Some individuals may be dually diagnosed with autism and/or mental health challenges; some may have aggressive/assaultive or self-injurious behaviors.  Development and implementation of behavioral plans and consultation with a qualified behaviorist or mental health professional is required.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Braided Day Program, Community Integration and Employment Skills

This is a creative vocational day services opportunity for people who may have unique needs and challenges which necessitate individualized and flexible schedules to enable staff to support them in a way that honors and nurtures individual skills and talents which will lead to integrative and competitive employment.  The program will focus on pre-employment skills training, soft skills training, and community integration including paid and volunteer positions within the community with the end goal of securing long-term competitive employment.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Children's Residential Facility (CRF) Level 4

A children’s residential home is licensed by the State of California, Community Care Licensing (CCL).  It provides residential services for children with developmental disabilities who have significant behavioral needs.  If multiple homes are proposed, please indicate this intention.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Day Program, Community Integration

This Community Integration Day Program shall consist of two (2) components: 

a)Provide meaningful, enjoyable activities while specifically meeting the needs of ambulatory and non-ambulatory individuals aged eighteen (18) or older who have chronic medical needs.  Personalized community activities are required. This service must be designed to meet the needs of people who may have severe physical challenges and communication deficits, with or without cognitive disabilities, and individuals who require specialized health care services.  Services and supports must include: monitoring of chronic medical conditions, assistance with various types of adaptive devices or medical equipment including oxygen and assistance with eating, transferring or toileting.

b)Provide evidence based behavioral support to people who have behaviors which exceed the scope of services provided by a typical day program.  Challenges may include low tolerance to frustration, aggression, self-injurious behavior, and AWOL.  Development and implementation of behavioral plans are required in consultation with a qualified specialist (see Title 17 for description of service codes 612 and 620 for qualifications).

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Infant Development Program

An Infant Development Program is a multi-disciplinary program serving infants and toddlers under the age of three (3) years with a developmental delay in areas of cognitive, physical/motor, communication, social/emotional, and /or adaptive development.  Services will include at a minimum the following: Early Interventionists, speech therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

In-Home Respite Agency

In-Home respite provides intermittent or regularly scheduled temporary non-medical care and/or supervision provided in the person’s home. Respite services are support services which typically include assisting the family members to enable a person served to stay at home. It provides appropriate care and supervision to protect that person’s safety in the absence of a family member (s). Respite relieves family members from the constantly demanding responsibility of providing care and attending to basic self-help needs and other activities that would ordinarily be performed by the family member. 

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Medical/Behavioral Specialized Residential Facility (SRF)

A Residential Care Facility is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities the ages of 18 (eighteen) to 59 (fifty nine). This facility will serve individuals who have substantial behavioral and medical challenges that exclude them from traditional Intermediate Care (ICF) and Community Care Licensed (CCL) models.  It is designed to provide positive behavioral and medical supports.  Individuals may be ambulatory or non-ambulatory. Behavioral challenges may include difficulty managing anger, aggression, self-injurious behavior, AWOL and difficulty forming and maintaining healthy attachments. Individuals referred may also have histories with the criminal justice system. Noise mitigation may need to be addressed.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Out-of-Home Respite

Out-of-home respite to be provided at a Small Family Home (SFH) or Foster Family Agency Home. An SFH is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of children with developmental disabilities.  Care is primarily provided by the family that resides in the home. Additional staff may be hired to assist in the care of the children and may include family members.  These facilities will serve children ages seven (7) to eleven (11) or twelve (12) to seventeen (17). Children will need support in some or all of the following areas:  management of inappropriate social behaviors, developing coping skills to minimize self-injurious behavior, forming and maintaining healthy attachments (potentially including sexual behavior and boundaries), compliance with probation/diversion plans, substance abuse prevention, medication management, dressing, hygiene and grooming and health care.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Parent Support Behavior Intervention Training

Parent Support Behavior Intervention provides a tailored short term, time-limited, behavioral approach in naturalistic settings to teach parents practical strategies to be implemented in their daily activities and routines. The focus is solely parent training with no direct intervention provided to the child/person. The primary goal is to empower parent/primary caregiver with the skills they can incorporate in to their day to day interaction with their children. This program is geared towards those children/individuals with less intensive behavioral needs, i.e. no significant tantrums, self-injurious behaviors, elopement, etc.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Supported Living Services (SLS)

Supported Living Services (SLS) include personal supports and training that are tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual receiving services to allow him/her to choose and live in his/her own home with support available as often and for as long as it is needed.  The intended result of SLS is an increase in an individual’s ability to establish and maintain relationships, make fundamental life decisions, assume membership in the community, and meet daily living needs as independently as possible.  Supported Living Services are available to individuals who own or rent their own homes.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Timeline

RFP Posted:  8/4/2017

Info Conference:  8/17/2017 at the Santa Barbara Tri-Counties Regional Center office in the Services & Supports Conference Room

Info Conference Q&A Posted:  8/23/2017

Proposals Due:  9/10/2017

RFP Interview/Award Notification:  10/13/2017

 

JUNE 2017 RFP - CLOSED

Medical / Behavioral Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE)

A Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE) is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities over the age of fifty-nine (59). This facility will serve individuals who have substantial behavioral and medical challenges that exclude them from traditional Intermediate Care (ICF) and Community Care Licensed (CCL) models.  It is designed to provide positive behavioral and medical supports.  Individuals may be ambulatory or non-ambulatory. Behavioral challenges may include difficulty managing anger, aggression, self-injurious behavior, AWOL and difficulty forming and maintaining healthy attachments. Individuals referred may also have histories with the criminal justice system. Noise mitigation may need to be addressed.  Individuals to be served currently reside in State Developmental Centers (DC) and other secured treatment programs or are at risk of entering a DC from their current community living arrangement. The home will be a long-term living arrangement.

Individuals to be served currently reside in DC’s and other secured treatment programs or are at risk of entering a DC from their current community living arrangement.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Timeline

RFP Posted:  6/23/2017

Info Conference:  6/28/2017 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM at the Santa Barbara Tri-Counties Regional Center office in the IS Training Room

Info Conference Q&A

Proposals Due:  7/16/2017 by midnight

RFP Interview/Award Notification:  7/21/2017

MAY 2017 RFP - CLOSED

Specialized Residential Facility - Enhanced Behavioral Supports Home for Individuals with Autism

A Specialized Residential Facility (SRF) is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. This facility will serve men and women aged eighteen (18) to fifty-nine (59).  This home is being developed around an individual who has a history of running and jumping in front of and on cars that are moving or parked.  The individual will jump out of moving cars and will run into traffic. He also has a history of running on train tracks, biting, hitting, kicking, and pulling hair. He engages in severe property destruction and will throw objects, dump over furniture, destroy electronic equipment, and tear clothing. He engages in self-injurious behaviors that include hitting himself, biting himself, head banging, screaming, pulling out eyelashes, eyebrows, and body hair. He is very fast, has limited language skills and will assault strangers. 

Other individuals to be served in this home may currently reside in a State Developmental Center (DC), or other secured treatment programs, may currently receive services out of state or be at risk of losing their current community living arrangement. The home will be a long-term living arrangement for four (4) individuals.

This is an Enhanced Behavioral Supports Home (EBSH) and the provider will be required to follow Title 17 Regulations for this home inclusive of enhanced direct care staff qualification such as certification as Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT).

Services sought for this specialized program include but are not limited to medical case management (preferably performed by a licensed nurse), psychiatric consultation and BCBA certified behavioral consultation.

Individuals with fragile medical conditions exceed the service level to be provided by this home.

Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Timeline

RFP Posted:  5/22/2017

Info Conference:  6/6/2017 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM at the Santa Barbara Tri-Counties Regional Center office in the Services & Supports Conference Room

Info Conference Q&A Posted:  6/13/2017

Proposals Due:  6/25/2017 

 RFP Interview/Award Notification:  7/21/2017

MARCH 2017 RFP - CLOSED

Applied Behavior Analysis – Behavior Management Consultant or Behavior Analyst and Behavior Management Assistant

Behavioral Management Consultation provides functional, evidence-based treatments and interventions tailored to each individual and their family’s needs in order to improve the individual’s and their family’s quality of life by implementing interventions that consider the whole person.  The consultation service is intended to provide psychoeducation to promote transfer of understanding and stimulus control to the parent or staff. The age group served by behavioral management consultation is typically school-aged through adulthood.  Services will typically be provided for six (6) to thirty-six (36) months. The consultation service is intended to provide psychoeducation to promote caregivers’ understanding of multiple contributors to behavior and for caregivers’ to obtain skills to promote positive behavior and increased independence.

Behavioral Analyst services provide functional, evidence-based treatments and interventions tailored to each individual and their family’s needs in order to improve the individual’s and their family’s quality of life by implementing interventions informed by the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and systemic contributors to psychological development and functioning. Services are intended to enable the individual to achieve behavioral goals and promote independence.  The age group served by ABA is typically eighteen (18) months to adolescence.  TCRC recognizes that behavioral support services may be indicated across the lifespan and that behavioral consultation may be indicated for adults as well.  Services will typically be provided for twelve (12) to thirty-six (36) months with fading of services to begin after approximately eighteen (18) to twenty-four (24) months.

Applied Behavior Analysis – Behavior Management Consultant or Behavior Analyst and Behavior Management Assistant Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Specialized Residential Facility (SRF) for Adults with Severe Behaviors

An SRF is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities.  This facility will serve adult males or females aged eighteen (18) to fifty-nine (59) who are diagnosed with developmental disabilities and who may be ambulatory or non-ambulatory.  Challenges may include anger, aggression, self-injurious behavior, AWOL and difficulty forming and maintaining healthy attachments.  Noise mitigation may need to be addressed.  The home will be a long-term living arrangement.

Specialized Residential Facility (SRF) for Adults with Severe Behaviors Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Adult Residential Facility (ARF) Level 4

An adult residential facility (ARF) is a Community Care licensed home which serves the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities.  Residents range in age from eighteen (18) to fifty-nine (59) and may be non-ambulatory.  A facility with all beds licensed for non-ambulatory individuals is preferred, but a minimum of two (2) non-ambulatory beds is required.  Cognitive functioning of individuals referred may range from moderate to severe intellectual disability.  Some individuals may be dually diagnosed with autism and/or mental health challenges; some may have aggressive/assaultive or self-injurious behaviors.  Development and implementation of behavioral plans and consultation with a qualified behaviorist or mental health professional is required (see Title 17 for description of service codes 612 and 620 for behavioral consultant qualifications).

Adult Residential Facility (ARF) Level 4 Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Children’s Residential Facility

A children’s residential home is licensed by the State of California, Community Care Licensing (CCL).  It provides residential services for children with developmental disabilities who have significant behavioral needs.  If multiple homes are proposed, please indicate this intention.

Children’s Residential Facility Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Day Program - Community Integration with Medical Component

This day program service shall:

Provide meaningful, enjoyable activities while specifically meeting the needs of ambulatory and non-ambulatory individuals aged 18 or older who have chronic medical needs.  Personalized community activities are required. This service must be designed to meet the needs of people who may have severe physical challenges and communication deficits, with or without cognitive disabilities, and individuals who require specialized health care services.  Services and supports must include: monitoring of chronic medical conditions, assistance with various types of adaptive devices or medical equipment including oxygen and assistance with eating, transferring or toileting.

Provide evidence based behavioral support to people who have behaviors which exceed the scope of services provided by a typical day program.  Challenges may include low tolerance to frustration, aggression, self-injurious behavior, and AWOL.  Development and implementation of behavioral plans are required in consultation with a qualified specialist (see Title 17 for description of service codes 612 and 620 for qualifications).

Day Program - Community Integration with Medical Component Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Day Program - Community Integration and Employment Skills

This is a creative day program opportunity for people who have moderate to severe maladaptive behaviors which exceed the scope of services provided by a typical day program.  Challenges may include anger, aggression, self-injurious behavior, AWOL and difficulty forming and maintaining healthy attachments.  Program will focus on pre-employment skills training, soft skills training, and community integration including paid and volunteer positions within the community.  Individuals may be ambulatory or non-ambulatory.  Development and implementation of behavioral plans may be required in consultation with a qualified specialist (see Title 17 for description of service codes 612 and 620 for qualifications).

Day Program - Community Integration and Employment Skills Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Independent Living Services (ILS)

Independent Living Services (ILS) provides community-based, structured, skill-based training programs designed to teach adults the skills and behaviors necessary to live in their own home; or to achieve greater independence while living in the home of a parent, family member, or other person. 

ILS programs provide skills training for adults who generally have acquired basic self-help skills, or who, because of their physical disabilities, do not possess basic self-help skills, but can employ and supervise aides to assist them in meeting their personal needs. 

Independent Living Services (ILS) Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Infant Development Program

An Infant Development Program is a multi-disciplinary program serving infants and toddlers under the age of three (3) years with a developmental delay in areas of cognitive, physical/motor, communication, social/emotional, and /or adaptive development.  Services will include at a minimum the following: Early Interventionists, speech therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy.

Infant Development Program Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Out-of-Home Respite

Out-of-home respite to be provided at a Small Family Home (SFH) or Foster Family Agency Home. SFH is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of children with developmental disabilities.  Care is primarily provided by the family that resides in the home. Additional staff may be hired to assist in the care of the children and may include family members.  These facilities will serve children ages seven (7) to eleven (11) or twelve (12) to eighteen (18). Children will need support in some or all of the following areas:  management of inappropriate social behaviors, developing coping skills to minimize self-injurious behavior, forming and maintaining healthy attachments (potentially including sexual behavior and boundaries), compliance with probation/diversion plans, substance abuse prevention, medication management, dressing, hygiene and grooming and health care.

Out-of-Home Respite Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Timeline

RFP Posted:  3/22/2017

Info Conference:  4/5/2017 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM at the Santa Barbara Tri-Counties Regional Center office in the Annex Conference Room

Info Conference Q&A

Proposals Due:  4/23/2017 

RFP Interview/Award Notification:  5/31/2017

October 2016 RFP - CLOSED

Day Program, Community Integration and Employment Skills

This is a creative day program opportunity for people who have moderate to severe maladaptive behaviors that exceed the scope of services provided by a typical day program.  Program will focus on pre-employment skills training, soft skills training, and community integration including paid and volunteer positions within the community.  Individuals may be ambulatory or non-ambulatory.  Development and implementation of behavioral plans may be required in consultation with a qualified specialist.

Day Program, Community Integration and Employment Skills Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Adult Severe Behaviors Specialized Residential Facility

This facility will serve adult males or females aged eighteen (18) to fifty-nine (59) who are diagnosed with developmental disabilities and who may be ambulatory or non-ambulatory.  Challenges may include anger, aggression, self-injurious behavior, AWOL and difficulty forming and maintaining healthy attachments.  Noise mitigation may need to be addressed.  The home will be a long-term living arrangement.

Adult Severe Behaviors Specialized Residential Facility Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Out of Home Respite

Out-of-home respite to be provided at a Small Family Home (SFH) or Foster Family Agency Home. SFH is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of children with developmental disabilities.  Care is primarily provided by the family that resides in the home. Additional staff may be hired to assist in the care of the children and may include family members.  These facilities will serve children ages ten (10) to eighteen (18).  Children will need support in some or all of the following areas:  management of inappropriate social behaviors, developing coping skills to minimize self-injurious behavior, forming and maintaining healthy attachments (potentially including sexual behavior and boundaries), compliance with probation/diversion plans, substance abuse prevention, medication management, dressing, hygiene and grooming and health care

Out of Home Respite Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Adult Residential Facility

An adult residential facility (ARF) is a Community Care licensed home which serves the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities.  Residents range in age from eighteen (18) to fifty-nine (59) and may be non-ambulatory.  A facility with all beds licensed for non-ambulatory individuals is preferred, but a minimum of two (2) non-ambulatory beds is required.  Cognitive functioning of individuals referred may range from moderate to severe intellectual disability.  Some individuals may be dually diagnosed with autism and/or mental health challenges; some may have aggressive/assaultive or self-injurious behaviors.  Development and implementation of behavioral plans and consultation with a qualified behaviorist or mental health professional is required (see Title 17 for description of service codes 612 and 620 for behavioral consultant qualifications).

ARF Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Housing Services

Housing services in San Luis Obispo County will be developed to provide increased access to affordable housing opportunities for individuals supported by Tri-Counties Regional Center. Posted Oct 28, 2016.

Housing Services Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Timeline

RFP Posted:  10/27/2016

Info Conference:  11/28/2016 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM at the SLO TCRC office located at 3405 Broad Street, Suite 103 in the Large Conference Room

Info Conference Q&A

Proposals Due:  12/18/2016

RFP Interview Notification:  1/30/2016

September 2016 RFP - CLOSED 

Adult Residential Facilities for Persons with Special Health Care Needs (ARFPSHN)

The ARFPSHN is a residential model that was created to serve the most medically fragile individuals who were transitioning from Agnews Developmental Center into the local community. The purpose of these developments is to provide residential supports and services to a total of five (5) medically fragile individuals per home, who will be moving out of the Developmental Centers.  These facilities will be a resource for adults who have highly intensive medical conditions and who may be non-ambulatory.

ARFPSHN Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Day Program, Community Integration for Autism

This is a creative day program opportunity for people who have moderate to severe maladaptive behaviors that exceed the scope of services provided by a typical day program. The typical candidate for service will have a diagnosis of Autism or an Intellectual Disability (severe to profound) and display behavioral issues such as aggression, property destruction, running/wandering away, self-injurious behavior, as well as ingestion of inedible objects. Individuals may also have medical diagnoses that require monitoring such as epilepsy. Program will focus on social skills, safety skills, and will benefit from a tailored and structured program based on individual needs. Community integration will be emphasized as appropriate. Some individuals identified for this program require specialized support to assist them in safely navigating the community as they transition from highly restrictive settings. Safety focus areas include but are not limited to, vehicle safety, both in being transported and in traversing traffic in the community as well as maintaining safe boundaries (both social and physical) when engaging fellow community members.

Day Program, Community Integration for Autism Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Adolescent Step-Down Specialized Residential Facility (SRF)

This SRF is a joint project between TCRC and SCIHLP.  A children’s SRF is a Community Care Licensed home which serves the needs of children with developmental disabilities. This facility will serve as a stepdown setting for children ages twelve (12) to eighteen (18) who are transitioning from a crisis home. The expected staffing support needs to individual residents will be at a ratio of 1:2 during all waking hours.  Children will need support in some or all of the following areas: emotional self-regulation, anger management, developing coping skills to minimize self-injurious behavior, forming and maintaining healthy attachments (including safe/appropriate sexual behavior and boundaries), compliance with probation/diversion plans, substance abuse prevention, medication management, health care, and access to mental health services.

Adolescent Step-Down SRF Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Independent Living Services (ILS)

ILS provides community-based, structured, skill-based training programs designed to teach adults the skills and behaviors necessary to live in their own home; or to achieve greater independence while living in the home of a parent, family member, or other person.  ILS programs provide skills training for adults who generally have acquired basic self-help skills, or who, because of their physical disabilities, do not possess basic self-help skills, but can employ and supervise aides to assist them in meeting their personal needs. 

ILS Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Infant Development Program

An Infant Development Program is a multi-disciplinary program serving infants and toddlers under the age of three (3) years with a developmental delay in areas of cognitive, physical/motor, communication, social/emotional, and /or adaptive development.  Services will include at a minimum the following: Early Interventionists, speech therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy.

Infant Development Program Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Supported Living Services (SLS)

SLS includes personal supports and training that are tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual receiving services to allow him/her to choose and live in his/her own home with support available as often and for as long as it is needed.  The intended result of SLS is an increase in an individual’s ability to establish and maintain relationships, make fundamental life decisions, assume membership in the community, and meet daily living needs as independently as possible.  Supported Living Services are available to individuals who own or rent their own homes.

SLS Service Summary Guidelines

RFP Instructions

Attachments A, B, & C (fill-in form) - If you are unable to use the signature feature, feel free to fill in the other fields, then print, sign, and send the signature page as one separate document with your proposal.

Timeline

Milestones

Infant Development Program, ILS, SLS

Adolescent Step Down SRF, Day Program, Community Integration for Autism

ARFPSHN

Posting of RFP

9/30/2016

9/30/2016

9/30/2016

Info Conference*

10/17/2016

10/19/2016

10/19/2016

Posting Q&A on webpage

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Proposals due from applicants

10/31/2016 by midnight

10/31/2016 by midnight

11/30/2016 by midnight

Award/Interview Notification

12/15/2016

12/15/2016

1/13/2017

 *The Infant Development Program, ILS, and SLS Information Conference will be in the Large Conference Room at the TCRC San Luis Obispo Office located at 3450 Broad St. Suite #103, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 from 3:00 to 4:30 PM.

The Adolescent Step Down SRF, Day Program - Community Integration for Autism, and ARFPSHN Information Conference will be in the Services and Supports Conference Room at the TCRC Santa Barbara Office located at 520 East Montecito Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93103 from 1:30 to 3:00 PM.

Lanterman Regional Center - Adult Specialized Residential Facility for PICA - CLOSED

Guidelines

 

NLARC Regional Center CPP RFP - CLOSED

Link to NLARC RFP Page

 

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