New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH)
03/20/19 3:00 PM EDT
Contract for services to a New York qualified vendor for technical assistance and training for pediatric behavioral health service providers. Funding is intended to support a center to supply the service providers with the tools and knowledge to adapt to the changing healthcare system, while improving their competencies and skills.
The awardee will be responsible for developing and implementing training in each of the identified topic areas as well as providing targeted technical assistance to New York State’s children’s behavioral health providers with the goal of:
- Enhancing the quality of care for children and youth and their families/caregivers by advancing the competencies and skills of the children’s behavioral health workforce, and supporting a provider’s ability to adequately supervise and retain this skilled workforce.
- Fortifying children’s behavioral health providers’ organizational and fiscal structures to enable their economic stability,
- Expanding, recruiting and retaining a qualified Family and Youth Peer workforce that will be well equipped to support youth and families receiving children’s behavioral health services.
Anticipated outcomes will result in a:
- Robust children’s behavioral health network of providers with a skilled workforce,
- Children’s behavioral health system that will be fiscally stable and sustainable,
- High quality peer workforce that can serve the diverse and unique behavioral health needs of children and their families/caregivers.
Scope of Work, Goals and Objectives:
GrantWatch ID#: 185233
Up to $2,700,000
The contract is for five years, dependent upon appropriation funding. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Proposals should be mailed or delivered to:
New York State Office of Mental Health
Contracts and Claims Unit, 7th Floor
44 Holland Avenue
Albany, NY 12229
Attn: Technical Assistance Center for Children’s Behavioral Health Providers
All questions or requests for clarification concerning the RFP shall be submitted in writing by email to the Designated Contact, Carol.Swiderski@omh.ny.gov
USA: New York City; New York
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