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A new contracting opportunity with Alameda County.
The following link contains more information regarding
Asian American/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AANHPI) and Refugee/Asylee Innovative Mental Health Pilot Projects, RFP #HCSA-900418.
The primary contact for RFP #HCSA-900418 is:
Phone: (510) 667-7414
Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services invites you to the Innovations In Reentry Learning Mini-Conference to learn about its Round 2 projects, which trained formerly incarcerated individuals to work as peer case managers/mentors.
Leveraging Life Experience: Building a Reentry Workforce
May 7, 2018 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
2000 Embarcadero Cove, Oakland
Gail Steele Conference Room (4th Floor)
Please register at: https://bit.ly/2GozU7R
For more information, contact Rashad.Eady@acgov.org
MHSA Innovation funding is intended to provide mental health systems with an opportunity to learn from innovative approaches. Funding is provided for an 18-month period, with the expectation that a grant recipient will submit a report of findings before the end of that period. Innovation Grant Program funding is not designed to support existing or ongoing programs or services, but rather to provide our system with innovative demonstration projects that will support system change and improve client/consumer outcomes.
Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services (BHCS) developed an Innovation Grants Program to solicit, fund and learn from community proposals. The first round of funding focused on community-defined strategies, and the second round focused on recommendations stemming from the BHCS African American Utilization Report. The third round, now in process, is focused on two communities: LGBTQI2S clients and consumers, and isolated adults and older adults.
Mental Health Technology Pilot Project awards will be announced in February 2018.