Requests for Proposals (RFPs)
Lanterman Regional Center’s Community Services unit issues a Request for Proposals (RFP) when there is a need to develop specific homes, programs or specialized services for clients. Current RFPs can be downloaded from this page. RFPs may or may not have start-up funds available.
Please read the Using Request for Proposals to Address Client Service Needs policy first, as this process is used by Lanterman Regional Center to obtain formal offers from competing providers and evaluating those proposals against stated requirements, using predetermined evaluation criteria, weights and cost.
Licensed Residential Care Programs for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center is seeking proposals to develop three long-term residential treatment programs. The target population consists of adults who are dually diagnosed with intellectual and mental health disabilities and are currently or repeatedly placed in an IMD or psychiatric hospitals or other locked facilities.
If you are interested in developing this service, please complete a proposal in accordance with the submission instructions below. The next three sections of the RFP briefly describe the service need, service specifications and availability of start-up funds.Deadline for Submission
Proposals must be received at the Regional Center by 4 p.m. on Thursday, October 31, 2013. Applications that are submitted after the deadline or that are incomplete, or do not meet the basic requirements will be disqualified. No proposals will be returned.This RFP does not commit Lanterman Regional Center to procure or contract for services or supports. Lanterman Regional Center may elect to fund all, part, or none of the project, depending on funding availability as approved by the Department of Developmental Services and the quality of the proposals received.
Please see below for CPP RFPs.
Community Placement Plan RFPs
RFPs for the Community Placement Plan (the Center’s plan to deinstitutionalize clients) are generally issued in the fall and will be posted here and can be downloaded from this page. These RFPs generally have start-up funds available.