Marin County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services is seeking proposals from qualified bidders to provide services for awareness of mental health, suicide and substance use, create safe and healthy environments for sharing and increase knowledge of community resources. Funding for this contract comes from Mental Health Services Act Prevention and Early Intervention funds allocated for the Story Telling Program services through the FY2020-2023 planning process.
Submission Deadline Extended to May 1st, 2020.
Proposal Close Date:
Open Questions Period:
Questions and Answers:
Question: I have been an independent contractor for Marin Crisis stabilization unit for 6 years. For the story telling RFP can a For Profit company apply. I run a Virtual Reality Company which fit the RFP other than the nonprofit vs for profit status
Answer: Per page 3 of the RFP: "Any nonprofit (501c3) or public service agency, including government agency, legally entitled to provide services in Marin County may apply".