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Residential Detoxification & Short-Term Residential Substance Use Disorder TreatmentServices RFPs

Bidder’s Conference

August

9, 2016

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Department of Children and Families (DCF)

Created in July 2006First Cabinet-level Department devoted exclusively to serving and safeguarding children and familiesEnsure the safety, well-being and success of children, youth, families and communities

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Department of Children and Families (DCF)

Four Major Operating Divisions:

Child Protection and PermanencyChildren's System of CareFamily and Community Partnerships

Women

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Child Protection and Permanency (CP&P)

Formerly the Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS)Investigates allegations of child abuse and neglect and addresses child welfare concernsChild Abuse Hotline (State Central Registry) operates 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

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Child Protection and Permanency (CP&P)

46 Local Offices9 Area Offices

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Children’s System of Care (CSOC)

Serves children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral health care challenges, children with developmental and intellectual disabilities, and children with substance use challenges as well as their familiesPerformCare, the Administrative Service Organization (ASO) for Children's System of Care, is the single point of access for Children’s System of Care services

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Family and Community Partnerships

Promotes the health, well-being and personal safety of New Jersey's children and families by working together with parents, caregivers, organizations and communities to ensure an effective network of proven support services, public education and community advocacy to prevent maltreatmentOffices include: The Office of Early Childhood ServicesThe Office of School-Linked ServicesThe Office of Family Support ServicesThe Office of Domestic Violence Services

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Women

Pioneering state agency that advances public discussion of issues critical to the women of New Jersey and provides leadership in the formulation of public policy in the development, coordination and evaluation of programs and services for women Evaluates the effectiveness of program implementation and plans for the development of new programs and services

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Background

A significant proportion of families involved in the child welfare system are affected by substance use disorders, with national estimates ranging from 40% to 80%.Children of substance abusing parents are more likely to experience sexual, physical, or emotional abuse and/or neglect and are more likely to be placed in foster care and remain there longer than children from non-substance abusing families.

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Background

However, research has shown that mothers are more likely to be reunified with their children when they are able to enter treatment faster, remain in treatment longer, and successfully complete at least one treatment episode.

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Background

CP&P-involved Parents Referred to Residential Detoxification ProgramJanuary – June 2015, n=178

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Background

CP&P-involved Parents Referred to Short-Term Residential ProgramJanuary – June 2015, n=265

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Program Overview

The funds in this RFP will be awarded to develop a comprehensive program of integrated care to promote the safety and wellbeing of families and children affected by substance use and other co-occurring disorders. Treatment must include the use of trauma-informed and evidence-informed program and practices.

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Program Overview

Residential Detoxification Treatment Services: Funding will support a total of four (4) residential detoxification substance use disorder treatment bedsDetoxification substance use disorder treatment services must comply with the Level of Care description provided (see page 5), which approximates 2013 ASAM Criteria for Medically Monitored Inpatient Withdrawal Management Level 3.7WM

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Program Overview

Short-Term Residential RFP: Funding will support a total of eight (8) Short-Term Residential (SR) substance use disorder treatment bedsSR substance abuse treatment services must comply with the Level of Care description provided (see page 5), which approximates 2013 ASAM Criteria for Medically Monitored Intensive Inpatient Services Level 3.7

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Applicant Requirements

Applicants must currently operate at least one residential substance abuse treatment facility currently licensed by:

New Jersey Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Office of Licensing (OOL)

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Licensing authority recognized by the single state authority for substance use disorders in another state to regulate substance use disorder treatment facilities

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Target Population

CP&P-involved parents, including pregnant womenReferrals must be made through the CPSAI contracted assessment providers working in the CP&P local officesReferrals may be accepted from other sources with approval from the DCF Office of Clinical Services Program Manager

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Services to be Funded

Residential Detoxification Services RFP: Four (Level 3.7WM) substance used disorder treatment bedsShort-Term Residential Services RFP: Eight (Level 3.7) substance use disorder treatment beds

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Services to be Funded

Medication-assisted treatment, including buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone, must be available as clinically indicatedSupportive services (at a minimum):Continuous, comprehensive service planning for the family Trauma-informed, integrated treatment for substance use and mental health disordersEducation, skill building, and other supportive services to help clients transition to community supports Recovery management and supports including recovery coachesWellness activities (e.g., nutritional counseling, meal planning, fitness)

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Services to be Funded

Additional Supportive services for SR Treatment:Therapeutic interventions for the client, children, and familyFlexibility in scheduling to ensure parents maintain visitation with their children

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Collaboration

The awarded agency will be expected to partner closely with CP&P, including:Timely communication of emerging or urgent issuesParticipation in client case conference with CP&P workers as required to support treatment and service planning for all family membersAssistance with arranging visitation for other children in out-of-home placementParticipation in CP&P teaming meetings and Child Welfare Consortia meetings (where applicable)

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Evaluation

At a minimum, the awarded provider will be expected to monitor and report on items such as:Client engagement and retentionUtilization of treatment slotsClient wellbeing and progress towards treatment goals

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Funding Information – Detox Treatment RFP

Funding will be provided at the annual rate of $174,999 per slot, for a total of up to $699,996 in available fundingDuring the initial contract year, a portion of these funds may be used for start-up costs such as recruitment and hiring of staff, securing furniture and equipment, and minor facility improvementsOne or two proposals will be funded under this program* Proposals that demonstrate the leveraging of other financial resources will receive additional consideration

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Funding Information – SR Treatment RFP

Funding will be provided at the annual rate of $93,868 per slot, for a total of up to $750,944 in available fundingDuring the initial contract year, a portion of these funds may be used for start-up costs such as recruitment and hiring of staff, securing furniture and equipment, and minor facility improvementsOne or two proposals will be funded under this program* Proposals that demonstrate the leveraging of other financial resources will receive additional consideration

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Demonstration of Ability to Be Operational

Applicants who propose services that will be fully operational within four (4) months of the contract award will receive 10 additional points on their proposal.

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Demonstration of Ability to Be Operational

If proposing to provide services in a currently licensed facility, applicants must: Provide an attestation that either: an application for an amended license has been submitted to DHS OOL or services can be provided without requiring any amendments to the facility’s existing licensure.

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Demonstration of Ability to Be Operational

If proposing to provide services in a new facility, applicants must: Provide an attestation that the appropriate certificate of occupancy for the new physical site has been or can be obtained from the local municipality where the proposed program will be located.2. Provide an attestation that upon notification of the award, an application for licensure (including the required fee) will be submitted to DHS OOL.

3. Request a pre-application functional review with DHS OOL and provide a description of the feedback the applicant has received from DHS licensing regarding the ability of the designated site to comply with licensing standards for the proposed services.4. Provide an attestation that within 1 month of the award, co-occurring policies and procedures for the new facility will be submitted to DHS OOL for review and approval.

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RFP Submission

Deadline for receipt of proposals:September 23, 2016by 12:00 PM

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Thank You!

Any Questions?

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