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Marin Community Response Teams

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00002660635

Bid Title: Marin Community Response Teams

Agency Bid No. Title: 2021-15

Received Date: 06/22/2021

Close Date: 07/09/2021

Purchase Type: Term: 06/30/2023

Delivery Point: Marin County, California

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference 06/25/2021 11:00 AM, Questions Due By 06/28/2021, Bidder Preregistration

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to: This project will involve building a public health infrastructure to respond to and recover from countywide publichealth threats and emergencies by adopting strategies that improve coordination across Marin County. Threatsthat affect public health include, but are not limited to pandemics, wildfire, smoke, public safety power shutoffs,and infectious diseases (e.g. Hepatitis C, tuberculosis, influenza, coronavirus, etc.).This funding seeks to expand and build upon the zone-based model that was used in Marin County in responseto the COVID-19 pandemic. In this model, each zone is comprised of various community stakeholders including,but not limited to, non-profit organizations, schools, community health clinics, the business community, faithbased organizations, and city and county representatives. Each zone will also work with the Marin CountyVoluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) to optimize coordination, cooperation, collaboration, andcommunication. Together, these stakeholders will leverage their organizational strengths to collaborate onbuilding the capacity of the partnership to prepare and respond to public health threats and emergencies. Each of the zones will have a lead agency that is responsible for the day-to-day coordination in partnership witha Marin County Health & Human Services liaison. The role of the lead agency is to ensure that the zones areprepared to respond to public health threats that may arise throughout the County. The lead agency will beresponsible for the following: Recruit and build roster of community partners to collaborate within the zone. Oversee the development of MOUs and subcontracts with community partners, including coordinated,HIPAA-compliant release of client information for rapid communication across organizations. Coordinate zone activities with community partners and Marin County VOAD. Convene and record agendas and minutes for zone meetings of community partners. Maintain documentation of planning, operational activities, and collateral from activities in a shared andcentralized database (e.g. Google Drive). Develop a communications pathway plan to ensure rapid and coordinated information sharing. Share and disseminate information and key messages to community partners. Work with the County to plan, develop, and implement trainings, communication strategies, and otherpublic health and preparedness efforts. Engage with other zone leads to ensure coordinated response and activities, and to share best practices. Provide connections, where applicable, to primary care providers, financial assistance, transportation,non-congregate/congregate shelter, daily meals/food assistance and other essential needs. Participate in assessment, monitoring, and evaluation activities.

Product Codes: 99029, 91883

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: County of Marin Department of Health and Human Services

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Cicily Emerson

Email: cemerson@marincounty.org

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