Invitation to Negotiate # 008 – Prevention of Substance Abuse, Promotion of Positive Mental Health and Related Consequences
South Florida Behavioral Health Network, Inc. (“SFBHN”) solicits applications from not-for-profit corporations qualified to do business in the State of Florida and qualified governmental entities, quasi-governmental entities, and public school systems, currently providing, or capable and willing to provide, Prevention of substance abuse and promotion of wellness (positive mental health) services in Miami-Dade as part of a continuum of behavioral health care for individuals and their families. Applicants must have a physical location in Miami-Dade County at the time of submission of an application.
SFBHN’s fiscal year 2016-17 Approved Operating Budget reflects approximately $465,000.00 (approximately $215,000.00 for direct service programs and approximately $250,000.00 for Coalitions – Funding allocations are subject to change as result of this solicitation process ) of unallocated recurring Substance Abuse federal pass through block grant funding, subject to the availability of funds. It is the sole discretion of SFBHN to fund either a program or coalition at a different amount than that noted above.
Interested and qualified entities are encouraged to apply. To access ITN #008 click on the “Resources For Providers” tab and then click on the “Funding” tab on the home page of the SFBHN website (www.sfbhn.org).
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SFBHN ITN #007- Special Projects Bid for FY 2016-17
South Florida Behavioral Health Network’s (“SFBHN”) fiscal year 2016-17 Approved Operating Budget reflects $2 Million of unallocated, one-time Substance Abuse services dollars. The funding is federal pass through block grant funding. Funding can be utilized to treat consumers with substance abuse or co-occurring disorders with substance abuse as the primary diagnosis. To obtain the maximum benefit for the use of the funds provided through this solicitation, the short timeframe to procure, negotiate and implement services, SFBHN has elected to procure the services by using an Invitation to Negotiate (“bid”) process as approved by the Board of Directors.
SFBHN solicits applications for services from its qualified agencies (as determined in accordance with the SFBHN policies and procedures) for the Special Projects listed in the Invitation to Negotiate #007 attached. Qualified agencies are defined as: (a) Current contracted network providers; (b) Organizations with a current pre-qualification status by virtue of the SFBHN Request for Qualification Process; or (c) Organizations whose contracts were discontinued because the total contract allocation fell below $500,000 annually.
SFBHN will only fund programs and services that are evidence-based and that can demonstrate through data that the programs/services are enhanced and achieving positive results. It is expected that the funded providers will continue to use the evidence-based practices after the discontinuation of the funding.
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