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2012 Rehab Intervention Service Enhancement (RISE) RFP CLOSED
August 24, 2012
The ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES, (hereinafter referred to as “the Department”) seeks a qualified vendor to provide forty (40) slots of Rehab Intervention Service Enrichment (RISE) services to children in the custody of the state. RISE is for children with a DSM—IV diagnosis within the range of 290-316 and have the mental and physical functional capacity to participate in the services. These children must have denials from or have been previously served without success in an intensive residential facility, or are currently being served out of state. Children must be in a facility that is attached to an acute child/adolescent psychiatric unit due to their severe issues and the need for monitoring and adjustment of medications. Eligible vendors must be fully accredited members of the Joint Commission (formally known as Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations) for at least the last 3 years. Proposed facilities must be located in Jefferson County, Alabama. A more complete description of the services sought for this project is provided in Section 3, Scope of Project. Proposals submitted in response to this solicitation must comply with the instructions and procedures contained herein.
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Governor Bentley Announces New Online Training for Mandated Reporters of Child Abuse and Neglect
MONTGOMERY – Governor Robert Bentley on Wednesday announced a statewide effort to ensure all mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect receive the necessary training to better protect Alabama’s children. The Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) now has an online training course for persons mandated to report child abuse or neglect on its website. The online training is designed to instruct mandated reporters on important elements of the reporting process.
Walker County DHR social worker receives Alabama Spirit of Adult Protective Services Award
Mr. Mathew R. “Matt” Mitchell, a social worker who investigates and arranges services for adults at risk of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation for the Walker County Department of Human Resources (DHR), is the recipient of the 2014 Alabama Adult Protective Services Spirit Award. He received the award at a ceremony earlier this month at a ceremony in Birmingham.
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