Solicitations & Provider Opportunities
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Policy & Managment Team
Children's Services Act
(THE CSA APPLICATION PERIOD HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH NOVEMBER 15, 2016.)
Fairfax County, on behalf of the Fairfax-Falls Church CPMT, provides two opportunities each fiscal year for interested providers of specialized services for at risk children and youth to be considered for an Agreement for the Purchase of Services (APOS). For FY17 the open application periods are September 1, 2016 through October 31, 2016 and February 1, 2017 through March 31, 2017. During these periods, all interested NON-contracted providers are invited to apply. (This is NOT a competitve solicitation.) During this time, current providers are invited to submit proposed expansions of current services and new programs for to be considered for inclusion in thier current contracts, as well.
Every three years, ALL CONTRACTED PROVIDERS OF SERVICES WITH an APOS with the CPMT are REQUIRED to REAPPLY in order to enter into a new APOS.
All currently contracted providers of OUTPATIENT SERVICES providing services to eligible children, youth, and familes served under the Children's Services Act MUST apply to continue providing services beyond December 31, 2016.
Interested, qualified providers may submit applications and all required supporting documentation no later than 11:59 p.m. on NOVEMBER 15, 2016 via email to:
All information and required forms are provided via the links below. Please direct all questions to: DAHSCSAcontracts@fairfaxcounty.gov
*Please note that Providers that are licensed as an Outpatient Behavioral Health Center by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services may submit a list of ALL clinicians that may be assigned referrals under the resulting APOS that includes their credentails and specialties instead of a CSA Provider Individual Clinician Qualifications for each.
Short Term Behavioral Health Services
The Fairfax-Falls Church System of Care, Behavioral Health Services for Children, Youth Office is continuing the innovative initiative to improve access to children's behavioral health services. The Short Term Behavioral Health Service for Youth is a component of the initiative. This project provides short-term out-patient behavioral health services to youth in Fairfax County and the Cities and Fairfax and Falls Church. This program provides a service for youth in our community who need timely access to short term outpatient behavioral health services but face barriers to such services without assistance.
Interested parties should respond promptly, as awards of Agreements for the Purchase of Services are being accepted and services have initiated in various regions across the County and are being expanded as new proivders commit to partnering for this program.
Details of the service to be are in the Short Term Behavioral Health Services Scope of Project. Interested parties must submit the required documentation via email: DAHSCSAcontracts@fairfaxcounty.gov
Details of Opportunity:
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