New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) - Behavioral Health Services (BHS) Division
05/13/22 5:00 PM MST
Contract for services to a New Mexico service provider to establish a safe house in an eligible location. Eligible services include case management, group and individual therapeutic behavioral health interventions, and referrals to appropriate community partners. The program will deliver trauma-responsive, supportive, gender competent services for up to twelve (12) Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking survivors between the ages of fourteen (14) to eighteen (18) years on a twenty-four (24) hour a day basis in a secure and undisclosed facility location in Bernalillo County identified by CYFD.
Supervision must be provided in accordance with NMAC 7.8.3 Regulations Governing Residential Shelter Care Facilities for Children, which requires supervision at all times by monitoring the whereabouts and activities of children in order to ensure health, safety, and welfare. This includes maintaining an active license with the CYFD BHS Licensing and Certification Authority (LCA) and compliance with applicable regulatory requirements pursuant to the type of licensure issued per NMAC 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52.
CYFD BHS announces the availability of funding for initial planning and training with CYFD (no direct services) in State Fiscal Year (SFY) 2022. Allocation of funding for SFY 2023 is for the purpose of start-up, program development, and implementation of a New or Innovative Program to address the safety and therapeutic needs of youth who are transitioning from involvement with DMST and moving forward with healing. Direct service implementation will begin once the identified facility renovations are complete, anticipated for SFY23 Q2 or Q3.
The purpose of this RFA is to identify an Applicant capable of providing services to DMST survivors in a state-maintained facility located in a secure and undisclosed location to maintain a safe environment for staff and residents. All services other than building maintenance are expected to be managed by the Applicant. Services include security, therapeutic interventions, nutrition, day-to-day support, education, transportation, daily housekeeping, and access to or provision of medical and behavioral health care.
The facility will support up to twelve (12) young people between fourteen to eighteen (14-18) years of age who reside or are identified in Bernalillo County. All eligible youth, regardless of gender identity, shall have access to the program. Referrals may be made by Local and State law enforcement, CYFD Protective Services Division, CYFD Juvenile Justice Services Division, CYFD Behavioral Health Services Division and Community partners.
For futher information, see https://cyfd.org/docs/Safe_House-RFA-FINAL-041922KJ.pdf#page=2.
GrantWatch ID#: 203007
Budgetary allocation is up to Four Hundred Thousand dollars and no cents ($400,000) in SFY 2022 for initial planning and training with CYFD (no direct services). Allocation for SFY 2023 is up to Eight Hundred Thousand dollars and no cents ($800,000) for start-up, program development and implementation.
The intended term of the provider agreement will occur on a year-to-year basis.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit completed applications electronically to BeAnna Chavez at BeAnna.Chavez@state.nm.us.
For general questions about Safe House or the application process, please contact Elizabeth Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bee Chavez at BeAnna.Chavez@state.nm.us.
USA: New Mexico: Bernalillo County
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