South Florida Behavioral Health Network, Inc. (“SFBHN”) solicits applications from its pre-qualified agencies to implement an Involuntary Outpatient Service pilot project (“Project”) in the Southern Region.
During the 2018 regular session the Legislature funded this Involuntary Outpatient Services Pilot Project to demonstrate the impact of changes to the Baker Act. In addition, funding will be used to provide oversight and monitoring of individuals ordered to receive outpatient services under the Marchman Act, including those court ordered to receive treatment for opioid abuse and dependence. The Project is intended to increase compliance with outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment services for individuals with histories of repeated admissions to mental health treatment services, or treatment noncompliance or refusal to engage treatment.
SFBHN is seeking to contract these services with a pre-qualified network providers with demonstrated expertise in providing behavioral health treatment services to individuals with histories of criminal justice involvement.
Information regarding the submission of a Statement of Qualifications can be found in the Procurement section of the website.