Procurement

As a Managing Entity, LSF Health Systems (LSFHS) regularly conducts competitive procurements for behavioral health services that are open to non-profit organizations in our region.

Per Chapter 394 Florida Statutes, LSFHS is not required to competitively procure Network  Service Providers.  LSFHS posts procurement opportunities on this webpage. Please check this page regularly to view announcements about upcoming funding opportunities.

Additionally, all procurement notices are sent out via email to all active LSFHS Network Service Providers, stakeholders and anyone else who has requested to be added to our distribution list.  If you are not currently on our list and would like to be added, please send your contact information to procurement@lsfnet.org.

Current Network Service Providers are evaluated on an ongoing basis through monitoring events, Corrective Action Plans (CAPs), reviews, etc. Refer to the Reallocation of Funds Policy and Procedure below for more information.

Non-network providers who are interested in joining the LSFHS Network should complete the following and submit to procurement@lsfnet.org:

Policies and Procedures:

SOLICITATIONS:

ACTIVE SOLICITATIONS

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ARCHIVE SOLICITATIONS

Solicitation 2023-001 Families First Prevention Service Act (FFPSA) Team in Circuit 5:

Solicitation 2023-001 FFPSA Team – C5

Solicitation 2023-001 FFPSA Team – C5 – APPENDIX A

Responses to Written Questions – Solicitation 2023-001 FFPSA Team – C5

SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION (SOI) REQUESTS:

ACTIVE SOI REQUESTS

LSF Health Systems (LSFHS) is seeking Submission of information (SOI) requests for specialty programming in the following areas. All funding amounts listed below are subject to change and dependent on the availability of funds from the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF).

Duval Care Transitions Team (CTT) Pilot:

The SOI request is specific to the pilot implementation of a Care Transitions Team (CTT) in Duval County. The team will consist of:

1 Care Coordinator
1 Peer
1 Social Worker

The team will be housed in a hospital Emergency Room (ER) to address the frequent utilizers of ER services.

Funding may be made effective on March 1, 2024. Proposals must include both Exhibit G and Exhibit C and D.

Exhibit G – SOI – Fillable – FY 23-24 rev. 110123

Exhibit C and D – Proj Operating and Capital Budget – FY 23-24

LSF Health Systems will accept Submission of Information (SOI) forms to procurement@lsfnet.org.

Funding is subject to availability of funds from the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF). The award recipient will be contacted directly.

Florida Statewide Response for Opioid Abatement (Opioid Settlement):

Programs that directly align with DCF’s Opioid Abatement Practice Model, as outlined on the Schedule A – CORE Strategies and Schedule B – Approved Uses (available below), will be considered.

Funding is available in the following categories:

  1. Opioid Hospital Bridge Programs
  2. Opioid Peer Supports and Recovery Comm Org (RCOs)
  3. Treatment and Recovery Services

Additionally, specific programs including, but not limited to the following (as outlined in the Guidance), will also be considered:

  1. Expand availability of treatment.
  2. Support evidence-based services that adhere to the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) continuum of care.
  3. Improve oversight of Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) to assure evidence-based or evidence-informed practices.
  4. Provide comprehensive wrap-around services.
  5. Support workforce development for addiction professionals.
  6. Support stigma reduction efforts regarding help seeking behavior, treatment, and support. 

Funding may be made effective on October 1, 2023. Proposals must include both Exhibit G and Exhibit C and D.

Exhibit G – SOI – Fillable – FY 23-24

Exhibit C and D – Proj Operating and Capital Budget – FY 23-24

Schedule A – Core Strategies

Schedule B- Approved Uses

LSF Health Systems will accept Submission of Information (SOI) forms to procurement@lsfnet.org.

Funding is subject to availability of funds from the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF). The award recipient will be contacted directly.

State Opioid Response (SOR):

Programs that directly align with DCF’s System Priorities, as outlined on the latest final draft of the DCF’s State Opioid Response (SOR)-3 Project Guidance (available below), will be considered. Strong proposals will reflect a full continuum of services either by providing direct service or through referral to a behavioral health provider. Additionally, specific programs including, but not limited to the following (as outlined in the Guidance), will also be considered:

  1. Jail Bridge
  2. Hospital Bridge
  3. Contingency Management

Funding may be made effective on July1, 2023. Proposals must include both Exhibit G and Exhibit C and D.

Exhibit G – SOI – Fillable – FY 23-24

Exhibit C and D – Proj Operating and Capital Budget – FY 23-24

SOR-3 Guidance FINAL DRAFT

LSF Health Systems will accept Submission of Information (SOI) forms to procurement@lsfnet.org.

Funding is subject to availability of funds from the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF). The award recipient will be contacted directly.

ARCHIVE SOI REQUESTS

OIFSP Project: Apprenticeship Program for Certified Recovery Peer Support Specialist (Funded by Health Resources and Services Administration – HRSA)

Providers in Circuit 4 (Nassau, Duval and Clay Counties) who support the enhancement of Peer Support Specialists by career opportunities on a variety of teams, professional development by access to trainings, and the availability of clinical and non-clinical staff to provide mentorship and oversight.

Funding will be effective on 10/1/23. Proposals must include a project narrative and detailed budget.

Budget for SOIUpdated SOI Request for Proposals
Budget for SOI

LSF Health Systems will accept Submission of Information (SOI) forms for this project to stephanie.mooneyham@lsfnet.org.