Solicitations & Provider Opportunities
Fairfax-Falls Church CSA Open Application Period
The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Policy & Management Team (CPMT) invites all qualified providers of Behavioral Health and family support services not currently under contract to submit an application to be a proivder of services for children and youth eligible for services under the Children's Services Act (CSA). Applications will be accepted from March 1, 2017 through April 30, 2017. Instructions are below.
As a part of the Fairfax-Falls Church community's larger System of Care (SOC) for Youth and Families, the CSA Program, in conjunction with the Behavioral Health System of Care for Children, Youth, and Families program, is working to increase the availability and capacity for Evidence-Based Practices/Interventions along the continuum of prevention through treatment. The greater SOC is also working to enhance the system's ability to effectively identify and respond to children and families who heave been exposed to trauma. Both of these goals are detailed in the Fairfax-Falls Church Children's Behavioral Health System of Care Blueprint for 2016-2019, Goals 10 & 11. ( http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/csa/bhsoc.pdf ) Both goals also support Goal 13, to develop an improved service network for high risk chldren to include appropriate evidence-based practices, care coordination, and crisis intervention/stabilization, in order to improve the outcomes for those served.
Applications should be sent VIA EMAIL to DAHSCSACONTRACTS@FAIRFAXCOUNTY.GOV or VIA FAX to 703-653-7010 by 11:59 p.m. on April 30, 2017.
Interested Providers must include the Provider Application with verification of insurance, licensure, program descriptions and rates that are in line the the CSA Standardized Service Names, a properly completed W-9 form, and organization chart, and qualifcations of key leadership and clincial staff using the Individual Clinician Qualifications form with all suporting documentation. All applications must have their organization, services and rates listed in the Virginia Office of Children's Services Service Fee Directory in order to be awarded any agreements for the purchase of services.
Please send all questions related to the Fairfax-Falls Church CSA FY18 Provider Application Process to Barbara.Martinez@FairfaxCounty.gov .
Short Term Behavioral Health Services
The Fairfax-Falls Church System of Care, Behavioral Health Services for Children, Youth and Families 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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