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Organization: VendorNet  http://vendornet.wi.gov
Publish Dates: 9/16/2020 through 11/18/2020
Category: Procurement County:
Sub Category: Request for Bid Municipality:
Region: Entire State Status: Active
Case Management Services
The purpose of this document is to provide interested parties with information to enable them to prepare and submit a proposal for Case Management Services for the Department of Children and Families (DCF) Division of Milwaukee Child Protective Services (DMCPS). Case Management Services are provided when conditions exist to warrant opening a family case for In-home or ongoing services on a voluntary basis or by court order. Case Management Services are complex and include a number of service components including: Ongoing Services and In-Home Services (IHS); Permanency Consultation; and, Foster Care and Recruitment and Licensing. The Ongoing and IHS services components are provided to children and families in Milwaukee County served by DMCPS subject to jurisdiction of Chapter 48 of Wisconsin State Statutes. The services are federal and state funded programs under the federal Title IV-E program, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Block grant, and state General Purpose Revenue (GPR). In 2019, DMCPS served a monthly average of 71 families (155 children) in IHS and 1,289 families (2,500 children) in Ongoing Services. DMCPS’s contracted Placement Referral provider will assign children and families for Case Management Services to case management contractors based on a block-rotation schedule. The State, as represented by DCF, intends to use the results of this Request for Proposal (RFP) to award up to three (3) contracts for Case Management Services. A total of six service blocks are available to be awarded, comprised of four service blocks of 500 children and two service blocks of 250 children. A Proposer may apply for a combined maximum of two 500 blocks and one 250 block, for a service capacity of 1,250 children. Or, a Proposer may apply for a minimum of one 250 block. The blocks of children will be proportional based on the fluctuating number of children receiving services. To be eligible for a contract award, the Proposer must be a nonprofit or for-profit agency. Joint applications from two or more agencies are eligible to submit a single response as a Proposer Consortium. This consortium must have one lead agency, whom submits the proposal on behalf of the consortium. See Section 5.1 for restrictions. Please do not submit questions through Wisconsin eSupplier but use the email address shown in the agency contact information for this event.
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