Taos County: Substance Abuse and/or Alcohol Detoxification and Rehabilitation ServicesDeadline: April 27, 2017
Taos County is seeking to support the provision of health care services for adult(s) and/or youth(s) for alcohol and drug detoxification and rehabilitation to the eligible Indigent population of Taos County who are in need of medical and social outreach services. The County will support programs to address community needs through providing healthcare services for alcohol and/or drug detoxification and rehabilitation, such as: ambulatory, triage, social model, peer support, or any other services provided for recovery; preventative health care services for addiction and recovery; nutrition education and health outreach services to the indigent; public health and safety-related education or implementation initiatives; or other similar community services that can be demonstrated to promote improved health and quality of life of the indigent population who are Taos County residents.
Such services shall include, but not be limited to:
- Social model services
- Triage model services
- Ambulatory model services
- Peer support or other services
- Mental health services for recovery of addition
- Health outreach services for addiction/recovery
- Education programs
The awarded organization is expected to have a solid plan to provide health care services to the indigent population that addresses immediate needs. Funding is intended to be temporary, not meant as long-term support and should help promote self-sufficiency.
Amount: Contract award(s) will be made for a duration of up to four years.
Eligibility: An agency that is a unit of state or local government and/or an agency currently incorporated as a nonprofit corporation, duly registered and in good standing with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission, and/or an entity that has nonprofit status under the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Code and that has demonstrated capability in providing the services for which it is applying.