Government Contract | Hawaii
Multiple Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Male and Female Parolees on Oahu

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000492796

Bid Title: Multiple Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Male and Female Parolees on Oahu

Agency Bid No. Title: PSD 16-HPA-25

Received Date: 02/24/2016

Close Date: 03/21/2016

Purchase Type: Term:

Delivery Point: Hawaii

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Bidder Preregistration


Specifications include, but are not limited to:1.The overall rehabilitation approach of the offender treatment shall be cognitive and behavioral with heavy emphasis on relapse prevention. The therapeutic approach shall be holistic, with a focus on the bio-psycho-social needs of the parolees (physical, mental, social, emotional, familial, and spiritual). Services shall be designed to help offenders change their thought process, attitudes, values and behaviors from negative and dysfunctional to positive and self-fulfilling. Treatment services shall follow the principles of effective treatment intervention, based in part on the National Institute on Drug Abuse principles of drug addiction treatment as follows: Assessment of offenders, to include risk of re-offending, substance abuse treatment needs, and criminogenic needs are essential. Match level of services to level of risk Match treatment with appropriate levels of care that meet individual needs based on assessment of parolee characteristics, such as learning style, and responsivity. Treatment models should be research based and include social learning and cognitive behavioral techniques. Relapse/recidivism prevention of both substance abuse and criminal behaviors needs to be the focus of treatment. Treatment must target criminogenic issues, such as antisocial attitudes, chemical dependency, criminal companions, physical and mental health, social relationships, vocational/financial, residence/neighborhood, and education. Length of stay in treatment must be sufficient for change to occur, but not so long as to reduce treatment effectiveness. Treatment providers must be responsive to the parolee population and goals of the overall program. Possible drug use during treatment must be monitored continuously. Medications are an important element of treatment for many, especially when combined with counseling and behavioral therapies. Aftercare is essential.

Product Codes: 95205, 95262, 94876

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of Hawaii - Department of Public Safety

State: Hawaii

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Marc Yamamoto, Department of Public Safety Administrative Services Office, 919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 413, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96814

Phone: 808-587-1215

Fax: 808-587-1244




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