Government Contract | New Hampshire
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment Services Infrastructure Expansion

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000453189

Bid Title: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment Services Infrastructure Expansion

Agency Bid No. Title: 16-DHHS-DCBCS-BDAS-04

Received Date: 01/07/2016

Close Date: 02/12/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Not Stated, New Hampshire

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 01/22/2016, Bidder Preregistration


Specifications include, but are not limited to:Individuals with substance use disorders who are: Age 12 or older. Under age 12 ,with the permission from a guardian to receive treatment. Residents of New Hampshire or homeless in New Hampshire.3.1.2. Services must be made available to individuals whose services are beingsupported by NH Medicaid, the NH Health Protection Program, and/or Bureauof Drug and Alcohol Services contracts. Additional information on therequirements for these payers is available in the He-W 513 rules( andBDAS contracts. These services may also be made available to individualswhose services are being supported by private insurers or other privatepayment methods Vendors must provide services that support the Resiliency and RecoveryOriented Systems of Care (RROSC) by operationalizing the Continuum of CareModel ( ). RROSCsupports person-centered and self-directed approaches to care that build on thestrengths and resilience of individuals, families and communities to takeresponsibility for their sustained health, wellness and recovery from alcohol anddrug problems.Q1. Describe your experience and capacity to provide substance use disordertreatment services. How do your current services align with RROSC?3.2.2. Vendors must provide SUD services that will add to the current SUD servicecapacity. Additional services can be provided by increasing capacity orproviding new SUD services. All proposed services must include a method toscreen potential clients and a method of obtain clinical evaluations that includeDSM 5 diagnostic information and a recommendation for a level of care basedon the ASAM Criteria published in October of 2013. Expansion of services mayinclude: Intensive Outpatient Treatment services that provide intensive andstructured individual and group alcohol and/or other drug treatmentservices and activities. Services must be provided at least 3 hours aday and at least 3 days a week according to an individualizedtreatment plan that includes a range of outpatient treatment servicesand other ancillary alcohol and/or other drug services. These servicesare further defined in the American Society of Addiction Medicine(ASAM) Criteria, Level 2.1.

Product Codes: 95205, 95262, 94876

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of New Hampshire - Department of Health and Human Services

State: New Hampshire

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Denise Sherburne, Contracts & Procurement Unit Department of Administrative Services, 129 Pleasant Street, Concord, New Hampshire, 03301

Phone: 603-271-9540

Fax: 603-271-4232




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