Procurements and Funding Opportunities

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Funding Resources

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CSC Broward Operational
Employment & Economic Development

Legal Supports 2019 RFP

The CSC has budgeted approximately $1,150,000 in FY 19/20 for the Legal Supports 2019 RFP initiative to provide effective legal representation, advocacy and support services with the goal of reducing the length of time in the delinquency &/or dependency systems.

Released: January 07, 2019      Pre-Bid Conference: January 15, 2019      Due: February 15, 2019

Dates Available:

January 7, 2019 to February 15, 2019

Pre-Bid Conference:

1:30 p.m., January 15, 2019

Children’s Services Council

6600 West Commercial Boulevard

Lauderhill, FL 33319

Deadline for Submission

of Written Questions:

January 17, 2019 by 4:00 p.m.

Posting of Responses

to Written Questions:

By January 25, 2019

Deadline for Receipt of RFP Responses:

4:00 p.m., February 15, 2019

(NO EXCEPTIONS)

Children’s Services Council

6600 West Commercial Boulevard

Lauderhill, FL 33319

Notice of Fatal Flaw(s)/Cure Notices:

February 19 to February 22, 2019

(or longer at CSC’s discretion)

Applicant Interviews:

April 2, 2019

Council Awards:

May 16, 2019

Contract Negotiations Begin:

May 17, 2019

Services Begin

October 1, 2019

 

FAMILY SUPPORTS 2019 RFP

The Children’s Services Council of Broward County (CSC) announces the Family Support 2019 RFP for Family Strengthening, Supporting MOMS (Mothers Overcoming Maternal Stress), and Safe Sleep programs.

Released: January 22, 2019      Pre-Bid Conference: January 30, 2019      Due: March 04, 2019

Dates Available:

January 22, 2019 – March 4, 2019

Pre-Bid Conference:

1:30 p.m., January 30, 2019

Children’s Services Council

6600 West Commercial Boulevard

Lauderhill, FL. 33319

Deadline for Submission of Written Questions:

February 1, 2019 by 4:00 p.m.

Posting of Responses to Written Questions:

By February 8, 2019

Deadline for Receipt of RFP Responses:

(Label clearly as Family Strengthening, Supporting MOMS, or Safe Sleep)

4:00 p.m., March 4, 2019

(NO EXCEPTIONS)

Children’s Services Council

6600 West Commercial Boulevard

Lauderhill, FL. 33319

Notice of Fatal Flaw(s)/Cure Notices:

March 4, 2019 to March 15, 2019

(or longer at CSC’s discretion)

Applicant Interviews:

April 24, 2019 to April 26, 2019

 

Council Awards:

May 16, 2019

Contract Negotiations Begin:

May 17, 2019

Services Begin

October 1, 2019

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Earned Income Tax Credit | HandsOn Broward
954-233-1296

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a federal anti-poverty program that provides financial assistance for working families. In 2002, the Children’s Services Council began promoting EITC through a county-wide public awareness campaign. Since then, over $500 million have been returned to Broward residents. Many low-income EITC recipients file their returns for free at Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites, and a mobile team that serves Broward residents.

Primary POC: Kathy Wint | kathy@handsonbroward.org

Earned Income Tax Credit | Hispanic Unity of Florida
954-342-0424

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a federal anti-poverty program that provides financial assistance for working families. In 2002, the Children’s Services Council began promoting EITC through a county-wide public awareness campaign. Since then, over $500 million have been returned to Broward residents. Many low-income EITC recipients file their returns for free at Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites, and a mobile team that serves Broward residents.

Primary POC: Ingrid Ekblad | iekblad@hispanicunity.org

FatherhoodMentorship Program | Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward County
954-765-0550

Bi-weekly program serving fathers who want to improve their connections with their children. Services include educational groups, and case-management using an evidence-based parenting curriculum “24/7 Dad”, counseling and support groups, and family-building activities.

Primary POC: Ron Osborne-Williams | r.williams@hmhbbroward.org | 954-765-0550 ext. 337

Financially Assisted Child Care Services | Early Learning Coalition of Broward County
954-377-2188

This program provides subsidized child care for low-income families residing in Broward County based on income eligibility. The intent of this program is to prevent child abuse and neglect; assist families in becoming or remaining economically self-sufficient; and prepare preschool-aged children to enter school ready to learn.

Foster Care & Adoption | Forever Family
954-303-5802

Weekly segments on the NBC-6 local news feature Broward children in need of a permanent, caring home. On occasion, Forever Family will highlight related issues, such as foster parentrecruitment, Guardian ad Litem recruitment, and foster/relative care youth transitioning to independent living.

Primary POC: Gia Tutalo-Mote | gia.foreverfamily@gmail.com

Foster Care & Adoption | Heart Gallery of Broward
954-918-3008

A traveling exhibit of professional portraits and biographies of children available for adoption. The photographic and kiosk-based gallery is displayed in many public places, such as shopping centers and libraries that can reach hundreds of prospective parents.

Primary POC: Yvette DuBose | yvette@heartgalleryofbroward.org

General Population | Camelot Community Care
954-958-0988

Intensive, therapeutic program using the best practice model, Functional Family Therapy (FFT). In-home services, provided by highly-trained Master’s level clinicians, serve families with youth ages 10-18 at risk of delinquency or youth with a history of delinquent behavior.

Primary POC: Resha Burton | rfburton@camelotcommunitycare.org

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