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  • NURSING AND SUPPORT SERVICES
    The Administration for Childrens Services (ACS) seeks a qualified vendor to provide nursing and support services for children and youth entering ACS care to ensure that such children and youth receive appropriate health services in accordance with the law, ACS policies and procedures, and nationally recognized standards for Pediatric Care as defined by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The vendor would provide nursing staffing comprised of Registered Nurses, Nurse Supervisors, Nurse Practitioners, and Medical Assistants to provide services at: the ACS-operated Nicholas Scoppetta Childrens Center located at 492 First Avenue, New York, New York 10010; the following ACS borough offices: (1) 165-15 Archer Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11433, (2) 2554 Linden Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11208, (3) 2501 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10468, and (4) 150 William Street, New York, NY 10038; and other locations within the five boroughs of New York City identified by ACS (the ACS Sites).

  • NURSING AND SUPPORT SERVICES
    The Administration for Children's Services ('ACS') seeks a qualified vendor to provide nursing and support services for children and youth entering ACS's care to ensure that such children and youth receive appropriate health services in accordance with the law, ACS policies and procedures, and nationally recognized standards for Pediatric Care as defined by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The vendor would provide nursing staffing comprised of Registered Nurses, Nurse Supervisors, Nurse Practitioners, and Medical Assistants to provide services at: 1) The ACS-operated Nicholas Scoppetta Children's Center located at 492 First Avenue, New York, New York 10010; 2) The following ACS borough offices: (1) 165-15 Archer Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11433, (2) 2554 Linden Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11208, (3) 2501 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10468, and (4) 150 William Street, New York, NY 10038; and 3) Other locations within the five boroughs of New York City identified by ACS (the 'ACS Sites').

  • A Safe Way Forward
    Prevention Services for Families Experiencing Domestic Violence
    Demonstration Project Solicitation
    EPIN: 06818D0001

    The NYC Administration for Children's Services (ACS) is seeking proposals for a demonstration project to provide services to families experiencing domestic violence (DV). This demonstration project seeks to serve families experiencing DV who are involved in court-ordered supervision. Families will also be eligible if they are experiencing DV and are referred to or seek ACS prevention services. The service model will provide families with both child welfare prevention services, including case management, and a clinical therapeutic intervention for domestic violence. ACS is seeking to award contracts to serve 130 families in the Bronx and/or Staten Island for this demonstration project to test the effectiveness of the joint prevention-clinical service model.

  • Community Partnership Program (Reissue)
    EPIN: 06818I0006
    Release Date: April 4, 2018
    Proposal Due Date: April 30, 2018 by 2:00PM

    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS is seeking qualified nonprofit organizations to operate Community Partnerships in the eleven (11) of thirteen (13) target communities. The selected contractor will organize local public and private stakeholders; build their capacity to support and stabilize families; and engage families with ACS and other City agencies through coordinated service referral, community-led programs, community awareness efforts, and inform City policy and practice related to child and family well-being.

  • ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING CONSULTANT SERVICES
    ACS is seeking two (2) appropriately qualified Vendors to provide all Architectural, Engineering, and Professional Services on an on call "as needed" basis in order to renovate, repair, and maintain existing Child Care, Early Learn Centers, Juvenile Centers, Limited Secure Detention Facilities, Administrative Facilities, and/or provide new Facilities.

  • Non-Secure Detention Services 06818I0003
    Release Date: November 20, 2017
    Due Date: December 20, 2017

    Through this Request for Proposals ('RFP') ACS is seeking qualified Contractors to provide NSD group home care services for juvenile delinquents ages seven (7) through twenty-one(21). Such services include; 1. the monitoring and supervision of detention youth 2. care for youth, the provision of food and clothing to youth; 3. transportation, recreation, court-related services, social work, case management, social skills instruction, group sessions, and coordination of education and health care services for the youth; 4. NSD facility admission/orientation, and 5. as designated by ACS, NSD system intake services. Contractors for proposed sites must meet the regulatory and safety requirements set forth by OCFS and ACS and be located in the boroughs of Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan or Queens. ACS is also seeking one qualified Contractor to provide NSD group home care services at an ACS owned site in Richmond Hill,

  • GENOGRAM AND ECOMAP SOFTWARE (EPIN# 06817P0002)
    NYC ACS is seeking a vendor to provide and implement software that would enable caseworkers to create genograms and ecomaps for casework practice.

  • Fostering College Success Initiative
    The Fostering College Success Initiative (FCSI) is a partnership between the New York City Administration for Children¿s Services (ACS) and the City University of New York (CUNY) to provide year-round housing, financial, educational, career, and social supports to youth in foster care matriculated in any CUNY college. This Request for Proposals is seeking one (1) appropriately qualified organization to provide the on-site support component which includes, supervision, tutoring, mentoring, academic advisement, counseling, and career and internship readiness for foster youth between the ages of 17-24 identified by ACS and ACS foster care providers as the Fostering College Success Initiative (FCSI) participants.

  • Family Enrichment Centers
    Demonstration Project
    EPIN 06817D0001

    The Administration for Children¿s Services (ACS) is seeking to contract with three (3) service providers to implement a new primary prevention ¿Family Enrichment Center¿ (FEC) model in New York City. In the context of child welfare, primary prevention services are ¿directed at the general population and attempt to stop maltreatment before it occurs¿ by ensuring that ¿[a]ll members of the community have access to and may benefit from these services.¿ The continuum of prevention services currently provided by Division of Prevention Services (DPS) and its contracted partners primarily serve high risk families or intervenes after maltreatment has occurred. Through the FEC demonstration project outlined herein, ACS seeks to expand this service continuum to include primary prevention, allowing the agency and selected service providers to engage families and communities in programming to build protective factors before maltreatment ever occurs.

  • Alternative-to-Placement and Aftercare Services for Youth Involved in the Juvenile Justice Initiative 2, EPIN: 06817I0001, Release Date: October 28, 2016
    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS is seeking two appropriately qualified service providers to provide both alternative-to-placement and aftercare services to youth ages 12 to 18 (up to age 17.5 at time of referral). One service provider will provide Multisystemic Therapy - Psychiatric Adaptation (MST-Psych) and Multisystemic Therapy -Substance Abuse Adaptation (MST-SA) to youth and families living in the Bronx and Manhattan. The other service provider will provide Functional Family Therapy (FFT) to youth and families living in the Bronx and Manhattan. These services are established, evidence-based treatment models. The selected providers must also be able to serve youth and families who are referred to ACS¿ Family Assessment Program.

  • ANALYTIC TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND PROGRAM EVALUATION PIN# 068-16-RFP-0003 E-PIN# 06816P0001
    The New York City Administration for Childrens Services (ACS) is seeking appropriately qualified organizations that will provide consulting support services in the following four Service Areas: 1) Data Analysis, Diagnostics, and Planning 2) Implementation Support 3) Organizational Analysis 4) Program Monitoring and Performance Evaluation

  • Clinical Consultation Request for Proposals (EPIN #06815P0003)


  • Clinical Consultation Request for Proposals (EPIN #06815P0003)
    The Agency is seeking (an) appropriately qualified vendor(s) to provide teams that present child welfare caseworkers and supervisors with enhanced access to individuals having expertise in mental health, domestic violence, and substance use, providing the ACS staff with training, technical assistance, case consultation and other programmatic and consulting support. There are 5 competition pools (Service Areas) in this Request for Proposal and awards will be made separately for each service area; the areas include one award for each borough with multiple locations per area.

  • Specialized Residential Care for Youth with Severe Emotional, Behavioral, and Developmental Disorders EPIN: 06816I0004
    Release Date: October 23, 2015
    Due Date: November 20, 2015

    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS is seeking up to five (5) appropriately qualified providers to provide specialized residential care services for youth with complex diagnoses who present with exceptional and severe emotional, behavioral, and developmental disorders. These youth have generally experienced more than one placement in residential foster care settings, juvenile justice settings, and/or psychiatric hospitalizations. Many have been in the foster care system for an extended period of time and some may not have families who are actively involved in their care or in planning for their futures. Some youth in this population may experience difficulty functioning in a family setting, while others are in need of long-term residential services supports (perhaps extending into adulthood). In this program, ACS looks to serve a total of 30 youth in five residential facilities. The capacity for each program is six (6) youth.

  • Non-Secure Placement Maternity Mother/Child Blended Services EPIN: 06816I0002
    Release Date: August 28, 2015
    Due Date: October 13, 2015

    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS is seeking one (1) qualified vendor to provide services to a specialized population of post-adjudicated females in an NSP Maternity Mother/Child Blended program for pregnant and parenting youth and their infants.

  • Youth Reception Center 2 EPIN: 06816I0001
    Release Date: August 14, 2015
    Due Date: October 9, 2015

    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to provide a short-term, pre-placement center (¿Youth Reception Center¿) to youth identified by ACS including, but not limited to: (1) youth awaiting placement with an appropriate foster care provider, because the youth has not been placed in a foster home or residential care facility and/or the youth is exhibiting risk factors that may compromise the youth¿s safety or the safety of those around the youth (e.g., drug or alcohol use) or presenting a special need (e.g., severe emotional or behavioral problem); (2) youth previously placed in a foster home or residential care facility; and (3) youth who entered the ACS Children¿s Center as walk-ins. ACS seeks to provide gender specified or mixed gender services to all youth in the Youth Reception Center. This program will receive referrals from the ACS Office of Placement Administration and foster care providers.

  • Mental Health Services for Youth in Detention EPIN: 06816I0003
    Release Date: September 10, 2015
    Due Date: October 8, 2015

    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS is seeking one (1) appropriately qualified provider to provide quality and holistic mental health services to youth under the age of 18 in the care of ACS, to improve their overall functioning by utilizing practices that reduce incidents of harm and attempted harm, help youth function in a detention environment, decrease youths¿ symptoms and prevent decompensation, and increase the well-being of both youth and staff.

  • PAYMENT AGENT FOR CHILD CARE VOUCHERS (E-PIN# 06814P0021, PIN# 068-14-RFP-0002)
    ACS funds approximately 15,000 to 25,000 child care providers for providing authorized services to children of eligible families through vouchers issued to such families. The families present the voucher to eligible child care providers in order to receive child care services, and the child care providers submit the vouchers to ACS for payment (each such payment to a child care provider, a ¿Voucher Payment¿). Child care providers eligible for Voucher Payments include group child care centers, registered family child care providers, licensed group family child care providers and providers that are legally exempt from registration or licensing (the ¿Child Care Providers¿). ACS also provides reimbursement to approximately 600 to 900 Child Care Providers participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Child Care Providers are reimbursed for eligible expenses related to the provision of meals served to eligible children in accordance with the Law (each such reimbursement to a Child Care Provider, a ¿CACFP Payment¿). ACS seeks a qualified vendor to manage, prepare and disburse the Voucher Payments and CACFP Payments to the Child Care Providers by direct deposit, the issuance and loading of prepaid debit cards/stored value cards (each a ¿Debit Card¿), and, in limited circumstances, the issuance of checks or negotiable orders of withdrawal (each a ¿Check¿).

  • EarlyLearn NYC: New York City¿s Early Care and Education Services (Five Zip Codes) EPIN: 06815I0006
    Release Date: May 19, 2015
    Due Date: June 9, 2015

    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to provide quality child care services to approximately 222 children within specific zip codes throughout New York City.

  • Audit & Analysis Consultant Services EPIN: 06812P0012

    Administration for Children's Services (ACS) Financial Services Division is seeking an appropriately qualitied contractor to provide auditing and accounting consultant services for contracts identified by the Financial Services Division. The contractor will conduct reviews of fiscal and programatic activities to identify areas of financial risk to ACS.

    The contractor will be expected to provide ACS with auditors, accountants and analysts who possess the qualifications, experience and staff to accomplish ACS' goals and objectives of ensuring there are no overpayments to contractors, no financial non-compliance issues and minimal financial risk to ACS.

  • Community-Based Services for Youth (14-21) in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Settings 06815I0005
    Release Date: February 10, 2015
    Due Date: March 12, 2015

    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS is seeking to establish a neighborhood-based continuum of services for youth within the child welfare system and juvenile justice system who are residing in or returning to identified high-need communities in the boroughs of the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens.

  • EarlyLearn NYC: New York City¿s Early Care and Education Services PIN: 06815I0003
    Release Date: December 8, 2014
    Due Date: January 16, 2015

    EarlyLearn NYC recognizes that early childhood programs play a critical role in supporting young children¿s development and learning and in preparing children for both school and life success. EarlyLearn NYC programs will foster children¿s healthy and positive cognitive, physical, social and emotional development through adherence to high standards that give every child tools to succeed and meet his or her full potential.

  • Youth Reception Center PIN:06815I0002
    Release Date: December 4, 2014
    Due Date: January 8, 2015

    ACS is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to provide a short-term, pre-placement center (Youth Reception Center) to youth identified by ACS including, but not limited to: (1) youth awaiting placement with an appropriate foster care provider, because the youth has not been placed in a foster home or residential care facility and/or the youth is exhibiting risk factors that may compromise the youths safety or the safety of those around the youth (e.g., drug or alcohol use) or presenting a special need (e.g., severe emotional or behavioral problem); (2) youth previously placed in a foster home or residential care facility; and (3) youth who entered the ACS Childrens Center as walk-ins.

  • Medical Services for Youth in Detention 06815I0001
    Release Date: September 5, 2014
    Due Date: October 10, 2014

    The Medical Services for Youth in Detention Program provides comprehensive medical care to youth in the custody of the Administration for Children¿s Services (ACS). ACS is seeking one qualified vendor to deliver quality, timely, and integrated, comprehensive adolescent-centered medical services. Proposers must be appropriately licensed to provide medical services in the State of New York. Provider would complete an initial medical assessment on or before a youth being housed and would then complete a comprehensive medical assessment within 72 hours of each admission.

  • Respite Care 06814I0003
    Release Date: May 19, 2014
    Due Date: June 23, 2014

    The Respite Care Program provides respite services to youth, between ages of 7 and 17, who have come into contact with, or are at risk of coming into contact with the juvenile justice system due to family instability or conflict. The goals of this program are to: 1) Prevent Persons in Needs of Supervision (PINS) remands, juvenile delinquency detention stays/placements, and contact with juvenile and criminal justice systems and 2) Assist families in de-escalating conflict and improve individual and family functioning

  • Mental Health Evaluation Services for Children and Families 06814I0002
    Release Date: January 15, 2014
    Due Date: February 26, 2014

    The Mental Health Evaluation Services for Children and Families Program provides psychiatric and psychological evaluations to children and adults involved in the child welfare system. The goal of this program is to secure high quality and timely evaluations to aid family court judges and Administration for Children¿s Services (ACS) staff in making difficult decisions regarding child welfare cases. Up to five contracts may be awarded through this procurement, one per borough. Providers would assemble a qualified team of mental health staff who will be able to conduct Court and/or ACS-referred evaluations, including assessment of areas of psychopathology and trauma-related emotional disorders common in child welfare families. Contractors must have an office in the borough where the contracted services are provided and must also be able to provide evaluation services off-site at ACS facilities and/or the client¿s home. Evaluators must be licensed and board certified professionals in their disciplines.

  • Foster Care and Adoptive Parent Recruitment 06814I0001
    Release Date: December 2, 2013
    Due Date: January 9, 2014

    The Parent Support and Recruitment unit at ACS provides technical assistance on Adoption and Foster Care recruitment services. The goal of the Office of Parent Support and Recruitment (PSR) is to build and maintain a strong and well-supported network of foster and adoptive parents that meet the placement needs of all of New York City¿s children and families. Through this procurement, ACS is seeking Providers to recruit and certify a pool of highly committed and loving foster/ adoptive parents to provide a safe and supportive home for adolescents, older teens, pregnant and parenting teens, LGBTQ youth, special needs children and large sibling groups. Providers will evaluate, certify, train, and offer educational and supportive services to prospective and approved foster care and adoptive parents. Providers must serve all New York City boroughs.

  • PARENT ADVOCATES RFP

    PIN 06813P0006

    The Administration for Children¿s Services is seeking up to two appropriately qualified Contractors with a demonstrated ability to meet the complex advocacy needs of parents who are the subject of a child protective investigation and who ACS has determined that an Initial Child Safety Conference is necessary to protect their children. The selected Contractor(s) shall be responsible for providing highly knowledgeable and motivated Parent Advocates to support parents in preparation for and during the ICSC by helping them better understand and navigate the child welfare system.

  • Non-Secure Placement Aftercare Services PIN:06813P0003

    The Administration for Children Services (ACS) is seeking appropriately qualified Contractors to provide Non-Secure Placement Aftercare Services (NSP ¿ AC) as a part of its Close To Home initiative. Contractors shall have expertise in successfully providing services that address issues commonly faced by youth and families involved in the juvenile justice system.

  • Intensive Family Preventive Services RFP
    PIN: 06813P0002

    The Administration for Children Services (¿ACS¿) is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to provide Intensive Family Preventive Services that are designed for teens and their families and utilize evidence-based models (¿EBMs¿) or adaptations of EBMs (¿AEBMs¿). ACS is strengthening its preventive services for teens so that teens that come to the attention of ACS may remain safely at home with family, and avoid entry into foster care.

  • Specialized Teen Preventive Services PIN: 06812P0002

    Administration for Children Services (ACS) is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to provide Specialized Teen Preventive Services that are designed for teens and their families. Specialized Teen Preventive Services include established evidence-based and evidence-informed models identified in this RFP or a promising practice model that meets the criteria outlined in this RFP. ACS is strengthening its preventive services for teens so they can remain safely at home with family, thereby preventing potential entry into foster care.

  • Homemaker Services

    ACS is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to directly provide quality homemaker services to families with complex crisis intervention needs in order to prevent the placement of children in foster care.



  • EarlyLearn NYC PIN 06811P0012

    New York City Early Care and Education Services RFP

    ACS is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to provide quality early care and education services within all five New York City boroughs. The RFP is soliciting early care and education services within center-based services and home-based settings.

  • Analytical Information Systems & Research
    The goals and objectives for this RFP are to support agency operations through monitoring and analysis of management and performance indicators; planning, analysis and research to support agency programs and policies; and initiatives to improve the quality of organizational performance and work processes. This RFP encourages proposers to offer expertise in one or more Service Areas solicited in this RFP. Proposers may choose to propose in only one (1) Service Area, or they may propose in more than one. Note that a separate and complete proposal is required for each service area being proposed. Proposers should make clear in their proposals the specific types of expertise they are offering, in the following Service Areas: 1. Technical Assistance in Support of Policy Research and Program Analysis; 2. Management Reporting and Information Systems; 3. Budget model design and workload and productivity analysis; 4. Revenue maximization, particularly in federal funding streams for child welfare; such as Medicaid and Title IV-E

  • Domestic Violence Initiative
    The Agency is seeking an appropriately qualified vendor to provide training, technical assistance, case consultation and other programmatic and consulting support to DVPP and the Agency¿s foster care and preventive agencies to ensure appropriate assessment of and intervention with families in which domestic violence and child maltreatment co-occur.

  • FAMILY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM INTERVENTION
    Through this Request for Proposals (¿RFP¿), the Administration for Children Services (ACS) is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to collectively provide a range of short-term, intensive, therapeutic preventive interventions for adolescents and their families who appear at, or are referred to, the five Family Assessment Program (FAP) offices in New York City.

  • Mental Health Evaluation Services for Childrens Services-Referred Clients
    The New York City Administration for Children¿s Services (ACS) is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to provide mental health evaluations to children and adults involved in the child welfare system.

  • Child Welfare Services Including Community Partnerships
    ACS is seeking qualified providers to operate Preventive, Family Foster and Residential Care services for families residing in all five NY boroughs, as well as Community Partnership contractors.

    Pre-proposal conferences are scheduled for June 10, 2009 and June 11, 2009.

  • Audit & Analysis RFP
    Administration for Children¿s Services (ACS) Financial Services Unit is seeking an appropriately qualified contractor to provide auditing and accounting consultant services for contracts identified by the Financial Services Unit. The contractor will conduct reviews of fiscal and programmatic activities to identify areas of financial risk to ACS.

  • Child Welfare Services Including Community Coalitions - CANCELED
    This RFP has been Canceled

  • Child Welfare Services Including Community Coalitions - CANCELED
    This RFP has been Canceled

  • TRAINING AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT -- PIN 068-07-RFP-0001
    TO PROVIDE THE AGENCY (ACS) WITH SUPPORT SERVICES IN THE AREAS OF: TRAINING, CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, & QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

  • Head Start PY 42
    Head Start Services

  • Foster Care Recruitment Services and Adoption Recruitment Services
    New York City Children Services is seeking qualified vendors to provide Foster Care recruitment services and Adoption recruitment services for all five New York City boroughs to Special Needs/Hard to Place children and teens.

  • Young Fathers Program
    Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), ACS TASA will contract with organizations to develop and operate young fathers programs that will foster responsible fathering and provide support services to fathers in the boroughs of the Bronx and Brooklyn.

  • Clinical Consultation Services RFP
    This contract will establish 15 Clinical Consultation teams to provide child welfare caseworkers and supervisors with expertise in mental health, domestic violence and substance abuse and will support child welfare staff in making casework decisions, facilitate access to community based services and provide training in these disciplines.

  • HEAD START RFP PY 41
    Head Start Services

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