New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) - Suicide Prevention Center of New York (SPCNY)
10/27/21 4:00 PM EST
Contracts for services to New York nonprofit agencies to provide suicide prevention programming for youth. Applicants are required to pre-qualify a minimum of five days prior to the deadline and must submit a letter of intent. The purpose of this program is to continue and build on the implementation of Sources of Strength, an upstream evidence-based suicide prevention program targeting students in secondary schools.
The Sources of Strength Program is a universal suicide prevention program for middle and high school populations designed to decrease the number of students who become suicidal (primary prevention) and increase appropriate responses and adult help for youth who are already at high risk (secondary prevention). During the duration of the contract awarded in connection with this RFP, the Sources of Strength program will be implemented in NYS secondary schools (or other youth serving settings) following approval by SPCNY at OMH.
The recipient will be expected to not only support Sources of Strength implementation in new schools, but also maintain Sources of Strength in schools that have implemented the program in the past.
GrantWatch ID#: 196666
The contracts awarded in response to this RFP will be for a five-year term.
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Contract Management Specialist 2
New York State Office of Mental Health
Contracts and Claims
44 Holland Avenue, 7th Floor
Albany, NY 12229
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