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Sandhills Center issues Request for Proposals for High Fidelity Wrap-Around Services

Sandhills Center issues Request for Proposals for High Fidelity Wrap-Around Services

Publication Date: September 01, 2021

- Please note: Information about Q&A sessions is listed at the end of this announcement -

Sandhills Center is currently requesting proposals from for-profit and not-for-profit providers in good standing with the LME/MCO, the Department of Health and Human Services and all applicable oversight entities, to provide High Fidelity Wrap-Around services to children and adolescents with MH/SU primary diagnoses, and can also include co-occurring I/DD members not functionally eligible for the NC Innovations Waiver program but are in crisis due to their diagnosis. 

Eligible members have multiple mental health diagnoses, academic challenges and family stressors such as poverty and parental mental health and substance use problems, involved in (or has a history of) multiple child-serving systems (e.g. child welfare, juvenile justice), have a history of placements in PRTF or other restrictive settings within the past year or are at risk of needing PRTF or other out-of-home placements.

High Fidelity Wrap-Around (HFW) is an intensive, team-based, person-centered supportive service that provides coordinated, integrated, family-driven care to meet the complex needs of youth/young adults who are involved with multiple systems (e.g., mental health, child welfare, juvenile/criminal justice, special education), who are experiencing serious emotional or behavioral difficulties, have dual diagnosis (MH and/or SUD, and IDD) with complex needs, and are at risk of placement in therapeutic residential settings, or other institutional settings, or have experienced multiple crisis events.  The HFW process aims to achieve positive outcomes by providing a structured, creative and individualized team planning process that, compared to traditional treatment planning, results in interventions that are more effective and more relevant to the child and family.  

For the complete RFP document, please click here.

Please join us for Q&A sessions regarding this RFP

CONFERENCE A: Thursday, September 16, 2021 at 11 a.m.

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Meeting Number (Access Code):  2633 418 1882

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Meeting Number (Access Code):  2633 418 1882

Password:  7531      

CONFERENCE B: Friday, September 17, 2021 at 11 a.m.

JOIN BY WEBEX HERE

Meeting Number (Access Code):  2631 492 6760

Password:  7531  

Join by Phone:  415-655-0001

Meeting Number (Access Code):  2631 492 6760

Password:  7531