to mental health & substance abuse services in accordance with the scope detailed in RFP #COVB-23-100872, for the City of Virginia Beach.
qualified individuals and/or organizations to mental health & substance abuse services in accordance with the scope detailed in RFP #COVB-23-100872, for the City of Virginia Beach.
Building on the 2018 NASEM report to evaluate mental health services in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the committee will consider ways to improve veterans timely access to high-quality care for mental health conditions with a review of internal and external best practices for three (3) critical needs for mental health access (known as tripartite access in the VA): urgent/crisis access, engagement access, and sustained access.
FY19 FC336 Improving Student Access to Behavioral and Mental Health Services Organization:Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Department of Elementary and Secondary EducationDepartment: Location:DOE01 - Department of Elementary and Seconday Education Type Code:NS - Non-Statewide Solicitation Info Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
6100015939 (RFP 22 125) ARPA Combined – Nonprofits, Older Adults, Youth, & Mental Health The City of San Antonio (City), Department of Human Services (DHS) seeks proposals from qualified Respondents interested in providing services in four community categories: nonprofit social services, Older Adults, Youth, and Mental Health. Within each community category, areas impacted by the pandemic were identified and are titled COVID-19 Impact Area.
Buyer First Name: Alicia BuyerEmail: Alicia.Jackson@montgomerycountymd.gov Contract Desc: Provide education, testing, clinical follow-up, case management, coordination of mental health services, and access to food and other assistance through a system of community hubs for the Por Nuestra Salud y Bienestar (For Our Health and Wellbeing).
framework for same-day access, including specific considerations for primary care and mental health All responsible sources may identify their interest.
The requirement is for support of subscription-based licenses for Mental Health Application for 12-months. The applications licenses will provide subscription-based access to a mental health application that offers online mindfulness and meditation services for FEMA employees. Headspace, Inc., is the only company that can provide this support to FEMA. This acquisition is being conducted under commercial acquisition procedures (IAW FAR 13).
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