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Substance Use Residential and Inpatient Treatment


Location
Illinois
Publication Date
11/26/2019 08:14 AM EST
Closing Date
12/04/2019 01:00 PM EST
Issuing Organization
City of Chicago
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Description

Specifications include, but are not limited to: a. Program Activities • The main program activities of the inpatient and/or residential substance use treatment provider organization are to: a) provide evidence-based treatment services; (b) engage in quality improvement, reporting, and training; and (c) collaborate with CDPH on citywide initiatives related to substance use prevention and treatment. • Work with CDPH to establish funding and resource allocation priorities that will maximize the funds available to support the delivery of a continuum of substance use services to vulnerable populations in Chicago. • Assure that funding is used primarily to support programs and services for the uninsured or underinsured. Insured residents seeking services available through this funding may do so if their insurance plan does not cover the requested service. b. Scope of Services The substance use treatment organization will provide inpatient and/or residential substance use treatment services (can be various residential services offered for a structured designated residential addiction treatment program, a recovery home, etc). Services provided may use either evidence-based or emerging/innovative practices. Definitions of these practices are as follows: • Evidence-based/Effective Practice: Evidence-based practices or interventions are treatments that have been researched academically or scientifically, and been shown through program evaluation using accepted scientific methods that an observed effect on the intended outcome is the consequence of the intervention. Evidence-based programs, policies or other strategies have been evaluated and demonstrated to be effective in improving treatment outcomes and/or preventing health problems based upon the best-available research evidence, rather than upon anecdotal evidence.7 • Emerging/Innovative Practices: Emerging and/or innovative practices are consistent with theory, practice, wisdom and expert consensus as reflected in the broader literature and/or have been shown to be effective through less rigorous evaluation methods.7 Additional priority populations include individuals living in communities specifically designated as areas of greatest need (North Lawndale, East Garfield Park, Fuller Park, Humboldt Park, West Garfield Park, Austin, Riverdale, Oakland, Roseland, Greater Grand Crossing, Grand Blvd, and Washington Park.)

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