Request for Qualified Contractors (RFQC) SRHS

Advanced Behavioral Health, Inc. (ABH®), as the administrative services organization (ASO) for the State of Connecticut,
Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) Behavioral Health Recovery Program, is seeking proposals
from qualified community, faith and peer organizations to provide short-term supported recovery housing services (SRHS)
to male and/or female adults with substance use disorders or with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. 
ABH is seeking proposals from organizations that can provide Supported Recovery Housing Services. We are looking for
providers who can provide new beds in the following targeted geographical areas:

  •  Region 1 including Stamford and Bridgeport (male & female beds);
  •  Region 2 including New Haven, Ansonia/Naugatuck, and the Old Saybrook area (male & female beds) and Middletown (male beds only);
  •  Region 3 including Groton and Putnam (male & female) as well as Norwich (female beds only);
  •  Region 4 including Enfield (male & female) and New Britain (male beds only); and
  •  Region 5 including Danbury, Waterbury and Torrington (male & female beds).

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Request for Qualified Contractors (RFQC) SRHS 

Friday, October 5, 2018
ABH is seeking proposals from organizations that can provide supported Recovery Housing Services (SRHS)
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ABH is seeking proposals from organizations that can provide SRHS 

Friday, October 5, 2018
REQUEST FOR QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS (RFQC)
SUPPORTED RECOVERY HOUSING SERVICES (SRHS)
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Advanced Behavioral Health, Inc.

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Middletown, CT 06457

Phone: (860) 638-5309
Fax: (860) 638-5302