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G099--Off-Site Temporary Residential Shelter Service

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Type:   Bid
Agency Type:   Federal
State:   Virginia
Date Entered:   01/14/2023
Due Date:   01/20/2023
Agency:   VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF, VA
Description:   2S03 - SOURCE SOUGHT RFI 36C246-23-Q-0324 Off-Site Temporary Residential Shelter Service This is a Sources Sought Announcement Only. This is neither a solicitation announcement nor a request for proposals nor quotes and shall not obligate the government to award a contract. The purpose of this Sources Sought Announcement is to conduct market research to obtain knowledge of potential qualified offerors interested and capable of providing Off-Site Temporary Residential Shelter Service, with the ability to meet the requirements of a resulting solicitation. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code 624221 with a size standard of $12.0 Million. For the Salem VA Health Care Medical Center located in Salem, Virginia. The Department of Veteran s Affairs Medical Center, Salem, VA, is seeking potential sources to provide the personnel staffing and housing required to provide Off-Site Temporary Residential Shelter Service for the Health Care for Homeless Veterans Program.The Contractor shall provide these services in accordance with all applicable Federal, State, and local regulations, laws and ordinances and in accordance with their performance work statement. The contract facility will be located within the Salisbury community or within a 25-miles radius of the Salem VA Medical Center and/or a 25-mile radius of the Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) and/or Health Care Centers (HCC). The contract facility must have a current occupancy permit or license required by the authority having jurisdictionThe Contractor shall provide temporary residential shelter to include but not limited to beds, restroom, bath, kitchen facilities, and related furnishings. Adequate security measures in accordance with VA standards and in conformance with state and local safety and health codes as outlined in 38 CFR, Section 17.53. Contractors shall provide food for two (2) nutritionally adequate meals daily and snacks daily to each shelter resident, as well as personal hygiene items, first aid supplies and storage, as needed. The Contract facility must have a current occupancy permit or license required by the State of Virginia having jurisdiction.The contractor shall provide services to beneficiaries for whom such care is specifically authorized by the VA. The contractor shall provide to the VA, community-based healthcare for homeless Veterans, in accordance with all terms and conditions, provisions and requirements listed herein for the sum listed above. This rate is inclusive of all services as may be necessary in the treatment of the Veteran. Unless specifically excluded in this contract, the bed rate established will include the services listed in this document and will also include all services normally provided other patients by the facility without extra charge.The contractor shall furnish services to beneficiaries from whom such care is specifically authorized by the VA. It is understood that the type of Veterans to be cared for under this contract will normally require care and services over and above the level of basic room and board. The contractor will serve Veterans who meet the following definition of homeless: (1) An individual who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence, or(2) An individual with a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings, including a car, park, abandoned building, bus or train station, airport, or camping ground. (3) An individual living in a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designated to provide temporary living arrangements (including hotels and motels paid for by Federal, State, or local government programs for low-income individuals or by charitable organizations, congregate shelters, and transitional housing).Veterans may also meet any of the following criteria:(1) Homeless Veterans that are diagnosed with ongoing mental illnesses such as: Depression, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and/ or Substance-Use- Disorder(2) Veterans discharged from the Military on or after September 11, 200 and served in a theatre of operation or an area of conflict where the Veteran received hazardous duty pay and/or war of duty pay. (3) Are not effectively managed independently as evidenced by the inability to manage shelter setting due to cognitive, physical, or psychosocial impartment.The facility will not be used for detoxification or other hospital level treatment. The VA will serve as the treatment center.The contractor shall furnish each veteran authorized care under this contract with the following basic services: Room and Board to include a bed and other furnishings such as a dresser, storage, and personal linens (towels and bed sheets). Meals- including at least two (2) nutritionally adequate meals a day, seven (7) days a week and availability of nutritious snacks between meals and bedtime for those requiring or desiring additional food, when it is not medically contraindicated. Laundry facilities for residents to do their own laundry or to have laundry done. Therapeutic and Rehabilitative Services determined to be needed by the individual patient in a plan developed by the contractor with input from the patient and the VA HCHV case manager. Services, which the contractor must be able to furnish, include:Structured group activities, including physical and recreational activities as appropriate,Instruction in and assistance with health and personal hygiene, Monitoring of medications and/or narcotic medications to include the following: locked drawers for the storage of medications, medication administration records, and weekly medication checks, Supportive social services, in collaboration with the HCHV case managers, or other contract/community resources, Assistance in learning and development of responsible living patterns to achieve a more adaptive level of psychosocial functioning, upgraded social skills and improved personal relationships,Support for an alcohol/drug abuse free lifestyle by maintaining a drug and alcohol-free environment,Assist with arranging transportation to care at the VA Medical Center and other appointments,Assistance with securing income through the establishment of competitive employment or by referral to Social Security and/or the Veteran Benefits Administrations,Assistance in and/or referral to individual professional counseling, including counseling on self-care skills, adaptive coping skills, and as appropriate vocational rehabilitation counseling. Assistance in securing permanent housing or housing that appropriately meets the needs of the Veteran post discharge. Unless specifically excluded in this contract, the per diem rate established will include the services listed in the document and will also include all services normally provided other patients by the facility without extra charge. The contract facility must have a current occupancy permit or license required by the authority having jurisdiction. The contractor will employ sufficient personnel to carry out the policies, responsibilities, and the program for the facility. In those instances where a supervised residential setting is linked to a geographically distinct rehabilitation and/or socialization day program, sufficient professional health care personnel must be identified to provide the necessary therapeutic activities and to ensure meaningful integration of the services provided in the residential setting.Responses to this notice to provide Off-Site Temporary Residential Shelter services shall provide the following on company letterhead ; Complete Business Name as registered in the System for Awards Management (SAM), Point of Contact, Business Size (large or small), identify whether or not firm falls into any of the Social Economic Categories: Service-Disabled Veteran Owned, Veteran Owned, Small Business, etc.) and if your firm is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned or Veteran Owned Small Business you must be CERTFIFIED in VETBIZ (see internal site: https://vip.vetbiz.gov.) , Capability Statement containing information about recent relevant project/s similar in size and nature, DUNS Number and Address, by 4:00 o'clock pm EST 01/26/2023.Any interested party with questions shall ask their questions via email to Warren.O Bryant@va.gov by 01/20/2023 unit 3:00pm EST (no phone calls will be accepted). All responses to questions will be provided individually to the interested parties on or about 04/24/2023.
246-NETWORK CONTRACTING OFFICE 6 (36C246) Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 23667 100 EMANCIPATION DR HAMPTON VA 23667 WARREN O'BRYANT, CONTRACTING SPECIALIST, Phone 757-728-7083, Email Warren.O'Bryant@va.gov
RFP Number:   36C24623Q0324
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