FY2022 Substance Use Disorder Prevention Request for Proposal

Provider Notice 

To: Licensed Prevention and Treatment Providers in NMRE Region 

From: Northern Michigan Regional Entity 

Subject: SUD Prevention Request for Proposal FY 2022 

Date: Monday, May 3, 2021 

The Northern Michigan Regional Entity (NMRE) is issuing a Request for Proposal for Substance Use Disorder Prevention Services in FY 2022 for the counties of: 

Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Crawford, Emmet, Otsego, Roscommon 

Prevention Request for Proposal packets are available for download below this message.
Completed proposals are due to the NMRE by: 

Tuesday, June 1st, 2021, 4:00 PM. 

A pre-proposal conference call meeting to review the Request For Proposal is scheduled for: 

Monday, May 10th, 2021 (Time TBD) 

NMRE employees will not respond to inquiries submitted via telephone, or visitation by proposing organizations or their representatives. Inquiries will be responded to as described within the RFP document. 

Providers that currently contract with NMRE for prevention services within these counties and that are interested in submitting a proposal will need to complete all documents in the packet as requested. 

 

 Click Here To Download the: 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Packet (.zip) 

 

This Packet Includes: 

Attachment A – Proposal Application 

Attachment B – Prevention Services Planning Form  

Attachment C – Budget Forms DCH-0385, DCH-0386 

Attachment D – NMRE Prevention Goals 

Attachment E – CSAP Federal Prevention Strategies 

Attachment F – NMRE Credentialing and Staff Qualification Requirements 

Attachment G – SAMSHA – Finding Evidence based Programs-Practices 

Attachment H – NMRE Provider Staff Fillable Form 

Attachment I – NMRE RFP Timeline Schedule 

NMRE Prevention RFP Protocol 

Request for Proposal FY2022 

Partnering with State of Michigan to Provide Cutting Edge Treatment to combat Opioid Epidemic

The Northern Michigan Regional Entity (Region 2 Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan) is partnering with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) to provide cutting edge treatment for persons with Opioid Use Disorder in Michigan’s Northern Lower Peninsula. In a recently announced pilot program, Region 2 was named as the area identified by Michigan Department of Health and Human Services who would begin piloting an Opioid Health Home program in Michigan. The program is aimed at providing cutting edge recovery-oriented services to combat the rise of drug overdose deaths that has more than tripled since 1999. Please see the MDHHS proposed policy draft for more information.

MDHHS Proposed Policy Draft for Opioid Health Home: 1807-BHDDA-P