CSA Open Application Period Non-Competitive Solicitation
The Community Policy and Management Team (CPMT) accepts applications throughout the year and reviews them on a quarterly basis. Reviews occur in July, October, January and April.
During the continuous application period potential providers may submit the Fairfax-Falls Church Children's Services Act System of Care Network Application with all the required supporting documentation. Once all required documentation is received, a DPMM Contract Analyst and the CSA Application Review Team will review the applications and documentation. Potential providers may be contacted if additional documentation or clarification about services is needed. Priority consideration is given to providers who offer evidenced-based interventions, demonstrate a commitment to trauma-informed care, and meet the language and cultural needs of our diverse community.
The CPMT has tasked the CSA Management Team with screening potential providers and approving appropriate providers for services needed within the system of care. Upon completion of the application review, the Application Review Team will make recommendations to the CSA Management Team for award of Agreements for the Purchase of Services. Such agreements do not represent any specific request for service or guarantee of use. Rather, as each child specific requirement for service arises, an individual Purchase Order is issued pursuant to the Agreement for Purchase of Services specifying the service(s) required, the rate(s) of the services, and the unit number of services being contracted for the specific client. Services are NOT to be provided without an executed Agreement for the Purchase of Services and a Purchase Order.
Send questions regarding becoming a CSA Provider to DPMMHMF-CSAContracts@fairfaxcounty.gov