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LA DOOR Data Evaluation Services

Publication Date
12/01/2017 08:55 AM EST
Closing Date
12/27/2017 06:00 PM EST
Issuing Organization
City of Los Angeles
Solicitation Number

Specifications include, but are not limited to: a. Prong 1: Mobile Outreach to 5 Hotspot Locations A primary goal of LA DOOR is increase participants’ use of social services through LA DOOR’s mobile team, independent of the criminal justice system. This goal is to be accomplished by consistently deploying a multi-disciplinary mobile outreach team to five “hotspot” locations in South LA – one for each day of the week, Monday through Friday. Hotspots will be determined by the Lead Agency with recommendations from Program Partners and the Advisory Committee. The Mobile Team will connect the Target Population with evidence based interventions for SUD treatment, mental health care, health and wellness, and other wrap-around services tailored to respond to each individual participants’ needs. Each week, the Mobile Team will spend one day at each hotspot to establish relationships, gain trust, provide services, and monitor participant progress. The Mobile team will respond with two cars and one van. Cars will be used to provide transportation assistance to aid participants in getting to appointments as needed. The primary goal of the mobile team is to increase participants’ use of social service supports. The Selected Contractor will be responsible for evaluating changes in individual participants’ use of social service supports facilitated by Project 180. If possible, the Selected Contractor should also propose a means for evaluating whether increased use of social services reports results in decreased recidivism amongst participants. b. Prong 2: Pre-Booking Diversion and Social Contact Referrals Via 24/7 Hotline Pre-Booking Diversion: Prong 2 of the LA DOOR model offers pre-booking diversion on a 24/7 basis for qualifying misdemeanor drug related offenses. After arresting a person on a qualifying misdemeanor drug related offense, LAPD officers from Southwest, Southeast, and 77th Divisions will be able to call a hotline to request pre-booking diversion. Members from the Project 180 Mobile Team will staff the hotline on a rotating basis, and will respond to the LAPD station within ninety (90) minutes of receiving a call for pre-booking diversion.

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