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Request for Proposals

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.

Fall 2014 CPP RFP - OPEN

 

Community Placement Plan (CPP) Enhanced Behavioral Home for Individuals with Autism

This facility will serve men and women aged 18 to 59. 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. 

Enhanced Behavioral Home - Service Guidelines 

Enhanced Behavioral Home - Instructions 

Attachments A, B & C to Complete (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 a separate document with your proposal. 

Community Placement Plan (CPP) Adolescent Dual Diagnosis Specialized Residential Facility

This SRF is a joint project between TCRC and Southern California Integrated Health and Living Project (SCIHLP).  This facility will provide “crisis services” to children ages twelve (12) to eighteen (18) who are at risk of being placed in a secured treatment setting. The expected staffing support needs to individual residents will be at a ratio of 1:1 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 Dual Diagnosed Specialized Residential Facility - Service Guidelines 

Adolescent Facility - Instructions 

Attachments A, B & C to Complete (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 a separate document with your proposal. 

Community Placement Plan (CPP) Adult Dual Diagnosis Specialized Residential Facility

This SRF is a joint project between TCRC and SCIHLP. This facility will serve adults aged 18 to 59 who are dually diagnosed with both psychiatric and developmental disabilities and who may be ambulatory or non-ambulatory. Challenges may include difficulty managing anger, aggression, self-injurious behavior, AWOL and difficulty forming and maintaining healthy attachments. Individuals referred may 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.

Adult Dual Diagnosed Specialized Residential Facility - Service Guidelines 

Adult - Instructions 

Attachments A, B & C to Complete (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 a separate document with your proposal. 

Timeline:

  • 11/5/14-RFP posted
  • 12/2/14-Information Conference from 1:30 to 3:30
  • Week of December 8-post answers to FAQ's
  • 1/26/15-proposals due on or before midnight

 

Horn

 Winter 2015 - Upcoming Development

 

Adult Level 4, Elderly and Children's Level 2-4 Residential Facilities

Please note the following information:

-Please contact Community Care Licensing for eligibility and information on the process -- you do not have to wait for the RFP.

-Please thoroughly read Title 17 and Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations to familiarize yourself with the requirements for a residential facility.  This will assist you in deciding if this service is right for you apply for.

- After RFP Executive Summaries are submitted, if selected, applicants will have sixty (60) days to secure property.

 

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