Request For Proposals

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT:

Future Request for Proposal (RFP) notices will ONLY be provided via e-mail. If you need to be added to the RFP list, you can submit your e-mail address to: albert.noriega@sdrc.org.

Please see the Provider Announcements tab to view the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities RFP Cycle VII 2018/2019.

RFP Community Placement Plan 2018-2019:

San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) is seeking a proposal for a provider to implement a nationally recognized model for Crisis Stabilization from the Center for START Services (https://www.centerforstartservices.org/).

Project 1819-4: SDRC seeks to develop Crisis Support Services for the transition age youth population (ages 14-25 years old) with a provider who would be trained in the START model of services. START is a nationally known model that includes nationally recognized expertise and provides an evidence based model of services to address the needs of those individuals with co-occurring behavioral health needs. Start-up funding: $285,000.

Proposals are due NO LATER THAN 4:00 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 5, 2019. Refer to proposal for e-mail/mailing instructions.

If you have questions, please contact Community Services, (858) 576-2966.

RFP Community Placement Plan 2018-2019:

San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) is seeking a proposal for a Non-Profit Ownership (NPO) entity to purchase an existing single family home in San Diego County, and retrofit the home with any adaptations needed for the individuals who are targeted to live in the home.

Project 1819-2:  SDRC seeks to develop a home that will house 4 regional center clients in need of residential crisis intervention services. The home that is purchased and renovated by the NPO will be leased to a service provider who will provide the needed supports to the individuals who live in the home.  The service provider will be selected through a separate Request for Proposal process.

Start-up funding: $300,000 for the acquisition of the home, $350,000 to renovate the home to meet the needs of the individuals who will live there.

Proposals are due NO LATER THAN 4:00 P.M. ON MONDAY MAY 20, 2019. Refer to proposal for e-mail/mailing instructions.

If you have questions, please contact Community Services, (858) 576-2966.

RFP Community Placement Plan 2018-2019:

San Diego Regional Center is seeking a proposal for a specialized project focused on individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and co-occurring psychiatric conditions, who will be exiting State Developmental Centers or for those individuals who have histories of being under served in the community.

Project 1819-3:  San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) seeks to develop Crisis Support Services for the transition age youth population (ages 14-25 years old).  SDRC is seeking a nationally known  model that includes nationally recognized expertise, to provide an evidence based  model of services to address the needs of those struggling to maintain community tenure.  The program is intended to address complex challenges such as significant behavioral profiles, psychiatric needs and/or health care needs. Start-up funding: $281,000.

Proposals are due NO LATER THAN 4:00 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY May 15, 2019.

If you have questions, please contact Community Services, (858) 576-2966.

RFP CPP FY 2015-2016 (Repost):

San Diego Regional Center is seeking proposals for specialized projects focused on individuals with intellectual disabilities who will be exiting State Developmental Centers or are at risk of going to one. SDRC is seeking to develop a wide network of high quality providers.

Project #5:
This specialized residential facility will be owned by a nonprofit housing development corporation (NPO). The service provider will support four individuals with moderate to severe cognitive impairments who have severe behavior challenges and some health needs. The individuals are presently living in a developmental center or at risk of entering one. The funds available are up to $150,000, which will be deferred to FY 18/19.

Project #6:
This specialized residential facility will be owned by a non-profit housing development corporation (NPO). The service provider will support four adolescents with autism and severe-mild cognitive impairments who cannot be supported in typical level 4 facilities due to their challenging behaviors. The funds available are up to $150,000, which will be deferred to FY18/19.

Proposals are due NO LATER THAN 4:00 P.M. ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2018. Refer to individual proposals for e-mail/mailing instructions.

If you have questions, please contact Community Services, (858) 576-2966.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

1) Read the SDRC RFP Policy.

2) Review the Recipients of Previous RFPs.

Last updated 5/22/19

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