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HMG LA Pathways- Funding Opportunity: Contact: Daisy Ortiz, F5LA; firstname.lastname@example.org
In September 2019, First 5 LA released HMG LA Pathways Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit proposals from organizations interested in serving as the Unifying Agency for a collaborative of agencies to test strategies to better connect children to early identification and intervention services and supports within a geographic region over a three-year time period. F5LA completed their multi-level selection process, which included the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health staff and community representatives with experience trying to access services and supports on the interview panels, and proposers have been notified. The next stage of HMG LA Pathways is reissuing the HMG LA Pathways Technical Assistance (TA) Provider Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to provide technical assistance to up to seven (7) HMG-LA Pathways Unifying Agencies. Please note that this RFQ reissue differs from the HMG-LA Pathways TA Provider RFQ released in November 2019 in the following ways: increase in the total project budget; different payment structure; no financial review; and greater specificity in the Scope of Work. The TA Provider would primarily be responsible for providing technical assistance, specifically EII content expertise and capacity building, to each of the Unifying Agencies to support them in the HMG-LA Pathways investment. The TA Provider will also be responsible for supporting the Unifying Agencies in their data collection and oversee the evaluation component for the project to capture learning and improve project implementation.
- The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) will administer the Community Development Block Grant Program - Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds allocated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as a result of the October and December 2017 disasters.
The RFQ is posted on the First 5 LA Funding Center at: https://www.first5la.org/article/reissue-of-hmg-la-pathways-technical-assistance-provider-rfq/. Interested parties are highly encouraged to participate in the Information Session webinar at 10:00 a.m. PT on May 18, 2020 to learn more about the RFQ requirements. Please register for the webinar at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4028443885133607181. Completed proposals will be accepted through 5:00 p.m. PT on June 19, 2020.Efforts to Reduce Purchase of Service Disparities: Funds Available for FY 2019/2020: In 2016, ABX2 1 (Chapter 3, Statutes of 2016) added Welfare and Institutions (W&I) Code section 4519.5(h) to the W&I Code and allocated funds to the Department of Developmental Services (Department), to assist regional centers in the implementation of strategies to reduce disparities in the purchase of services (POS). In Fiscal Year (FY) 2016/17, the Department solicited regional center proposals and approved funding for projects to reduce disparities and promote equitable access to regional center services and supports. In 2017, trailer bill language amended W&I Code section 4519.5 to allow community based organizations (CBO) to apply for and receive funding to address disparities and/or equitable access to services. The Department is accepting proposals from regional centers and CBOs for funds available in FY 2019/20. Regional centers and CBOs are invited to respond to this call for applications for the Disparity Funds Program. Read the full notice and download all the application materials on the DDS Website.
RFP for Housing Development Organization (HDO) Property Acquisition and Renovation, and Service Providers, Mobile Dental Clinic through Kern Regional Center: View the full announcement here. For submission requirements, please view Attachment A and Attachment B.
- October 2, 2018 - Santa Rosa
- October 3, 2018 - Redwood Valley
- October 4, 2018 - Marysville
- October 9, 2018 - Sylmar
- October 11, 2018 - Ventura
- Efforts to Reduce Purchase of Service Disparities: Funds Available for FY 2018/19
In 2016, ABX2 1 (Chapter 3, Statutes of 2016) added Welfare and Institutions (W&I) Code section 4519.5(h) to the W&I Code and allocated funds to the Department of Developmental Services (Department), to assist regional centers in the implementation of strategies to reduce disparities in the purchase of services (POS). In Fiscal Year (FY) 2016/17, the Department solicited regional center proposals and approved funding for projects to reduce disparities and promote equitable access to regional center services and supports. In 2017, trailer bill language amended W&I Code section 4519.5 to allow community based organizations (CBO) to apply for and receive funding to address disparities and/or equitable access to services. The Department is accepting proposals from regional centers and CBOs for funds available in FY 2018/19. Regional centers and CBOs are invited to respond to this call for applications for the Disparity Funds Program. Read the full notice and download all the application materials on the DDS Website.
- RFP for Family Home Agency in Kern, Inyo and Mono Counties: View the full announcement here. Interested persons, view contact information here.
- Funding Opportunity: Grants for Health and Well-being:
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) announces grants to engage communities and promote health and well-being with a focus on Mental Health Month in May. The final application is April 20, 2018. LACDMH -- through its Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) funding and in collaboration with CalMHSA -- will award grants to engage communities and promote health and well-being. Community Engagement Grants are intended to:
- Activate communities and create opportunities that promote health and well-being among diverse cultural communities.
- Distribute resources and messages throughout the county.
- Increase awareness of and access to mental health services and resources.
Who Should Apply?
Community/Faith-based organizations, non-profit/for-profit, schools, individuals, and other entities dedicated to carrying out diverse community engagement efforts to help promote health and well-being. If you are uncertain about qualifying to apply, please send email to email@example.com.
The first deadline to submit the grant application is April 6, 2018 and the final deadline to submit is April 20, 2018. The grant period is April 15, 2018 to June 15, 2018. There are two application deadlines and two grant award dates. A more detailed timeline is available on the application. Access the grant application here.
- Program Development Grant (PDG) Cycle 41 Request of Proposals. Due March 6, 2018: Interested parties, please go to State Council on Developmental Disabilities's website for information and instructions and for more information on the SCDD State Plan Goals.
Proposals must relate to one or more SCDD State Plan Goals:
• Goal 1: Self-Advocacy
• Goal 2: Employment
• Goal 3: Housing
• Goal 4: Health and Safety
• Goal 5: Early Intervention, Education, Transition & Post-Secondary Education
• Goal 6: Formal & Informal Community Supports
SAVE the DATE: February 6, 2018 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The State Council on Developmental Disabilities will host and record a non-mandatory pre-bidders conference call to review the RFP and address questions. Call in number: 1-800-839-9416 - Pin number: 861-0332
- State Council on Developmental Disabilities Grants Now Available. The California State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) and its regional offices administers grants to community-based organizations to fund new and innovative program development projects. Proposals must have statewide impact and relate to one or more of the following SCDD State Plan Goals: Self-Advocacy; Employment; Housing; Health and Safety; Early Intervention, Education, Transition & Post-Secondary Education; Formal & Informal Community Supports. For more information you may visit their website here, or you may also view the informational flyer here.
- The California ABLE Act Board is now seeking Investment Consultant Services. All interested in responding to this Request for Proposals (“RFP”) may find it by searching for the RFP using Event ID: 4330.
- Kern Regional Center has released a Request for Proposal for the development of “Residential Care in the Home owned by the Housing NPO And Other Resource Developments” View the full RFP here.
- The John Gogian Family Foundation supports human service organizations in LA County, focusing on community-based nonprofits of modest size. Grants are only available to tax-exempt organizations with an official 501(c)(3) status. The Foundation is interested in reaching out to nonprofit organizations working with the developmentally disabled. Funding areas include services for developmentally disabled children and adults: therapeutic services, life skills and vocational training, employment, and direct care, including day programs, after-school programs, and residential group homes. View the Gogian Family Foundation website for further details.
- Aidan's Red Envelope Foundation is a non-profit organization whose goal is to help families of children with disabilities and organizations serving disabled children, through its grant program. View the Aidan's Red Envelope website.
ELARC REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
When funds are made available to the Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC), we will implement the current policy and procedures to award grant funds for specified projects. The ELARC Board of Directors approved this policy on November 13, 2012. View the Board approved RFP policy.
ELARC has adopted and maintains a policy statement requiring the Board of Directors review and approval of any regional center contract of $250,000.00 or more, before entering into contract. View the ELARC Contract Approved Policy Statement.
Current Requests For Proposals
- Request for Proposals for COVID-19 Surge Capacity Registry for Direct Support Professionals:
In order to address the sudden influx of individuals who may need housing, care and / or supervision as a result of COVID-19, Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC) has developed a surge capacity plan. This plan will include utilizing residential and day program sites, as well as other alternative living arrangements to provide housing for individuals served by ELARC. In order to meet this “surge” need, ELARC anticipates the need to access Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) who are willing to support individuals who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, as well as those who have tested positive for COVID-19. This RFP is intended to meet this temporary need.
- Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC) is seeking proposals from Housing Developmental organizations for the acquisition and renovation of a single family home to be developed as a one 4-bed Enhanced Behavioral Supports Home for Adults with Mental Health Needs, through the Community Placement Plan (CPP) Start-Up Grant funding FY19-20 of up to $750,000.00 ($300,000.00 for acquisition and $450,000.00 for renovation).
- Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC) is seeking proposals for a full service comprehensive health center with a long standing presence in the community for high quality and outstanding services to include individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD). Community Placement Plan (CPP) Start-Up Grant funding FY19-20 of up to $300,000.00 will be awarded for approved, allowable reasonable costs incurred in a model to seamlessly include individuals with ID/DD into existing healthcare services delivered to their non-disabled peers. Interested parties are invited to submit a proposal in accordance with the specifications contained in this Request for Proposal (RFP). It is intended to meet the health care needs of individuals with disabilities who are in residing in the community.
Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center is seeking proposals for one Enhanced Behavioral Supports Home with the Community Placement Plan Start-up Grants. The facility will be awarded in an amount up to $300,000.00 for service provider start-up costs, subject to funding approval by DDS. The facility will be available to serve consumers who will be leaving the Psychiatric College Hospital or developmental center and will reside within their home communities with intensive services and support.
If you are interested in being notified of any Request for Proposals (RFP's) released by ELARC which are with or without grant funding, please contact the Community Services Office Assistant at 626.299.4793.