New York City, Administration of Children's Services (ACS)
10/08/14 3:00 PM
Grant to a New York City qualified consultant with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and relevant work experience to work in areas related to juvenile justice and child welfare system improvement. Applicants must submit any questions or concerns in writing by October 3 to receive a response prior to the application deadline.
The consultant will work closely with the Deputy Commissioner of Youth and Family Justice Division on projects that include, but are not limited to, improving of the “Close to Home” family initiative alternative detention facility, detention facilities operations and aftercare services.
The scope of work shall include but is not limited to the following:
-Convene and facilitate panels of content experts from within ACS to inform policy development and improvement of the “Close to home” initiative and alternatives.
-Draft operational policies in key program and practice areas
-Draft and edit portions of the Limited Secure Plan for Close to Home
-Serve as a content expert in staff trainings on case planning, release planning, aftercare, conditions of confinement in detention and Limited Secure facilities
-Support Leadership in designing and implementing case management system based on the single case manager model
-Convene case planning review sessions with ACS staff on hard-to-place youth
-Support ACS Leadership in planning for and implementing anticipated ‘raise-the-age’ legislation
-Develop instructive introductory overview materials of DYFJ to support orientation of new employees
-Plan and help implement Bail Fund program of ACS youth in custody at Rikers Island
-Support ACS administration in collaboration with other NYC Agencies such as DOC and other City agencies in planning for youth currently on Rikers Island
GrantWatch ID#: 148095
Services should be completed within 6 months of the award date.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Administration for Children's Services
150 William Street, Room 14Q4
New York, NY 10038
New York City
USA: New York
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