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This section of the website provides you with information about various solicitations involving the Department of Corrections and how to do business with Pennsylvania state government in general.

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Reentry Service Lots - Invitation to Qualify

Service Category 1: Sex Offender Treatment - Supplier(s) will provide up to twelve (12) months of outpatient sex offender treatment to include individual, group counseling and the completion of one (1) sexual history polygraph test.
Service Category 2: Day Reporting Services - Supplier(s) will provide up to twelve (12) months of Day Reporting Center services for those clients who are unemployed or under-employed, or clients that need refresher assistance in one or more areas of services provided.
Service Category 3: Housing Assistance Program – Supplier(s) will provide up to twenty-four (24) months of housing coordination for the purpose of assisting the client and, where necessary, their dependents, in attaining independent living by securing safe and affordable housing that meets the standards established by the DOC and PBPP.
Service Category 4: Mentoring Services – Supplier(s) will facilitate up to twelve (12) months of Mentoring Services for clients to focus on addressing the client’s need for pro-social relationships and engagement in the community. Mentoring services may begin at the SCI and continue through community placement of the client, as needed.
Service Category 5: Workforce Development Services - Supplier(s) will provide up to twelve (12) months of employment and vocational support opportunities to clients. These services should be individualized and structured to assist each client according to their individual needs. Services may begin at the SCI prior to release and continue through community placement of the client, as needed.
Service Category 6: Family Reunification– Supplier(s) will provide up to twelve (12) months of family reunification services in a non-clinical setting that help to address the impact of an client’s incarceration on the family. Programming should address areas including, but not limited to, effective communication strategies, identification of reasonable expectations, establishing pro-social goals, and breaking the cycle of incarceration. Family Reunification services may begin at the SCI and continue through community placement of the client, as needed.
Service Category 7: Outpatient Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Services - Supplier(s) will provide up to twelve (12) months of services to clients with a recent history of problematic alcohol or drug use where outpatient treatment is the appropriate level of care. This programming must focus upon Assessment, Group Therapy and Individual Counseling that is based upon Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) and/or Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET).
Service Category 8: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions –Supplier(s) will provide up to twelve (12) months of group cognitive-behavioral therapy to high and moderate risk clients that addresses anti-social attitudes, values, beliefs, thinking, and/or other criminal cognitions. 9
Service Category 9: Outpatient Mental Health Services – Supplier(s) will provide up to twelve (12) months of mental health case management and outpatient mental health treatment services to Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) clients transitioning to or living in the community. These services provide treatment to clients with a current mental health diagnosis and assure the continuum of care is occurring at an appropriate level.
Service Category 10: Batterers’ Intervention Services (BIS) – Supplier(s) will provide up to twelve (12) months of BIS based upon an approved curriculum deemed appropriate by the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV). The services will address men who batter and challenge the batterer’s beliefs and behaviors.
Service Category 11: State Intermediate Punishment (SIP) – Supplier(s) will provide SIP services to clients. These services should be individualized and structured to assist each client according to their individual needs. SIP Level 3 participants are to successfully complete a minimum of six (6) months of AOD outpatient treatment, to include both group and individual sessions.

 

Additional Reentry Services Information
Thank you for your interest in contracting with the Department for Outpatient Reentry services.  I have listed below the information related to the current ITQ to secure new contracts for these services. 
The following link will take you to the DGS e-marketplace website:  http://www.emarketplace.state.pa.us/
Once you are on this website, click on ITQ to go to the ITQ website.  From the left menu, you can access the Reentry Services ITQ by clicking on Current Contracts.  From that same left menu, you can access the rate information by clicking on the Document Library and selecting the Reentry Services ITQ.  The rate card is attachment C. 
The ITQ website has information related to the process of registering as a PA Supplier, if you are not already registered.  This page also includes a link to the PA Supplier Portal, where you will submit your bid in response to the ITQ.
We have established a resource account for questions related to the Reentry Services ITQ.  Please send questions regarding the ITQ to RA-CRBCCContracts@pa.gov