The Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) is committed to offering a fair and transparent process for the procurement of external services. This page is intended to provide information for potential bidders regarding upcoming Request of Proposals (RFP) that will be released by the Agency in fiscal year 2018-19. The schedule below provides a list of the RFPs that HHSA expects to release in fiscal year 2018-19 and a tentative timeline. Please note that this schedule is tentative, and subject to change based on the business needs of the Agency.
This page and schedule will be routinely updated, so don't forget to check back frequently for new information!
|Release Date in August 2019- TBD||Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) ServicesNEW!||08/01/2019||08/31/2019||Pending|
|Release Date in July 2019- TBD||Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (F-ACT)NEW!||07/01/2019||07/31/2019||Pending|
|Release Date in April - TBD||Home Visiting ProgramNEW!||04/30/2019||05/31/2019 3:00 PM||Pending|
|Release Date in April- TBD||Proposition 47 ProgramsNEW!||04/30/2019||05/31/2019 3:00 PM||Pending|
|ADMHRFPNJ1905||Security Guard Services||03/22/2019||05/03/2019 1:00 PM||Open|
|ADMHRFPKB1902||Mental Health Services Act Three-Year Program||03/05/2019||04/15/2019 3:00 PM||Closed|
State Contracts for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Providers
Yolo County has entered into agreements with the State of California Department of Health Care Services to provide mental health services for Yolo County residents (including the State Performance Agreement, State Mental Health Plan (MHP) Managed Care Agreement, and Mental Health Services Act Agreement), collectively referred to as the “State Contracts”. These agreements are incorporated into all mental health service contracts, and are available to view in the folders below. According to the State Contracts, all subcontractors providing mental health services to Yolo County residents should be governed by and construed in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations, and contractual obligations set forth in the State Contracts, including all applicable Medicaid laws and regulations, and applicable sub-regulatory guidance. Therefore, all County subcontractors must comply with all terms and conditions of the State Contracts.