Sandoval County: Sandoval County DWI and Prevention Program – Adult Outpatient Treatment ProgramDeadline: June 2, 2016
The Adult Outpatient Treatment Program will support applicants that provide culturally sensitive, comprehensive assessment and treatment planning services; relapse prevention; individual, family, and group therapy; and psycho-educational activities related to alcohol abuse, substance abuse, anger management, and domestic violence offenders that include the following components:
- Conduct personal interviews with DWI (driving while intoxicated) and DV (domestic violence) offenders, following standardized core elements of screening and assessment testing/interview protocols, as identified by the New Mexico Department of Health standards.
- Provide intensive treatment for DWI and alcohol involved DV offenders. Services will be provided to the group of DWI and DV offenders who are most likely to continue offending. This program serves individuals with serious alcohol problems in a structured rehabilitation program. Proposed treatment activities include: assessment; Addiction Severity Index and Symptom Distress Scale Administration; individual treatment; therapeutic group; case coordination; treatment plan development and review; discharge upon completion of counseling; and evaluation process/outcome reporting.
Eligibility: Applicants must be licensed and capable of providing comprehensive assessment and treatment planning. Applicants must be able to engage in data collection to determine the effectiveness of DWI Program activities. Offerors will be asked to serve up to 60 people throughout the year.
Amount: Multi-award contracts may be made for up to four years.