Grant-In-Aid (GIA) - Addictions/Mental Health Services
Grants to Morris County, New Jersey Nonprofits, For-Profits,
and Agencies for Mental Health and Addiction Services
and Agencies for Mental Health and Addiction Services
Morris County Department of Human Services (MCDHS)
06/30/17 2:00 PM Receipt
Grants starting at $1,000 to Morris County, New Jersey nonprofits, for-profits, and public agencies for mental health and addiction services for individuals with limited financial resources. The purpose of this program is to ensure that individuals with low income or no income have access to the services they need to achieve wellness and recovery.
The County of Morris is committed to supporting agencies that offer client-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented care in a stigma free environment.
-Individuals age 17 and over in the community who have a serious mental illness including a co-occurring substance use disorder, and are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization or homelessness.
-Youth and adults with substance use disorders or at risk of substance abuse, including legally involved individuals.
Based on identified priorities in Morris County Human Services Planning Documents, program monitoring, quarterly reports and ongoing requests for services, the Department of Human Services is looking to purchase the following services:
-Housing Support Services;
-Recovery Services, including counseling, outreach, case management, and wrap around
services that address multiple needs across systems;
-Community Services that support education, vocational and employment activities;
-Crisis Services that provide a bridge to community treatment;
-Consumer-Driven, Non-Crisis Services;
-Forensic Liaison Services;
-Legal Representation at psychiatric commitment hearings;
-The services presently provided at the nonprofit mall medical drive shall continue to be provided at that location. The space shall be made available to the successful subgrantee. Subgrantee shall be responsible for all utilities and expense to operate the facility. The successful subgrantee shall provide those services at that location and shall be required to provide the County with an indemnity for all services at that location.
The Department of Human Services will consider applications that provide services within the full American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Continuum, from prevention and early intervention services through treatment services and recovery support.
-Prescribed Rates: The Department of Human Services will pay the following rates for these levels of service on the continuum:
-Level I (Outpatient): Up to $80 per day
-Level II.1 (Intensive Outpatient): Up to $95 per day
-Level III.7 (Residential): Up to $200 per bed day
-Level III.1 (Halfway House): Up to $90 per bed day
-Level III.7D (Detoxification Services): $250 per bed day
Special Consideration will be given to the following service areas:
-Recovery Support Services - Outreach & case management, relapse prevention, life skills, peer to peer services, employment and job training services, etc.
-Prevention/Early Intervention - Services that provide education and/or short-term intervention for adolescents and their families, particularly those involved with probation or the juvenile justice system. Prevention and Early Intervention programs must be evidence- based.
-Outreach and case management, including wraparound services, to engage individuals with co-occurring disorders and multiple service needs. Integrated services that address multiple needs across systems, using interventions that take into account an individual’s readiness (motivational interviewing).
-Transportation - Directly provided or linked.
Recovery Support Services include the following:
-Peer Recovery Specialist - Credentialed individuals available to respond after Narcan deployment in the hospital emergency room to provide ongoing support and linkage.
-Recovery Support Services available to individuals who are awaiting admission to treatment programs. Engaging individuals as a bridge to treatment services.
Minimum Funding Request: $1,000
The subgrant term is January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018.
The County of Morris reserves the right to renew Subgrant agreements for the period of January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, based upon annual program review and the availability of funding.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
-Be appropriately licensed and maintain the highest standards of quality care.
-Use service outcome measures and performance standards, as required.
-Demonstrate an ability to provide and/or refer individuals to a full continuum of care.
Applicants may select the following agency types on the application form:
This public funding may only be billed for a specific unit of service when there is no third party insurance, Medicare, Medicaid or any other type of reimbursement, in whole or in part, for that service unit.
Written questions are to be submitted in writing to the Office of Purchasing no later than seven (7) business days prior to the proposal submission deadline.
All Applications must be received by 2:00 PM on Friday, June 30, 2017.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Written questions are to be submitted in writing to the Office of Purchasing via fax: 973-829-0304
James J. Jorgensen, QPA, CCPO
Send your application to:
Morris County Department of Human Services
P.O. Box 900
30 Schuyler Place, 3rd Floor
Morristown, NJ, 07963 -0900
Attn: Pat Mocarski
USA: New Jersey: Morris County
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