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Indiana Department of Child Services

Indiana Department of Child Services

DCS  > Current Requests For Proposals > Healthy Families Healthy Families

Healthy Families Indiana RFP

The purpose of this RFP is to select Healthy Families Indiana (HFI) vendors/providers that can satisfy the DCS need for the provision of prevention services to all 92 counties, in accordance with the State Plan. HFI is a voluntary program designed to promote healthy families and healthy children through a variety of services. Agencies must be in compliance with local and state requirements, as well as, be nationally accredited with Healthy Families America.

Revised Due Date: 5/3/16 

Please view Addendum for further information: Addendum

Healthy Families RFP updated
Q&A Final Prevention RFP 2016


Healthy Families Indiana- Think Tank RFP

The purpose of this RFP is to select one vendor/provider to provide facilitation of the Healthy Families Indiana (HFI) Think Tank Advisory Committee (Think Tank). HFI is a voluntary program designed to promote healthy families and healthy children through a variety of services. The HFI Think Tank shall provide recommendations to the State for the on-going development and implementation of the HFI home visitation program.

Revised Due Date: 5/3/16

Please view Addendum for further information: Addendum

Think Tank RFP

Healthy Families Indiana is a voluntary home visitation program designed to promote healthy families and healthy children through a variety of services, including child development, access to health care and parent education.

By working closely with hospital maternity wards, prenatal clinics and other local agencies, Healthy Families Indiana systematically identifies families that could benefit from education and support services either before or immediately after birth. The program is designed to strengthen families by reducing child abuse and neglect, childhood health problems and juvenile delinquency.

The Department of Child Services (DCS) is requesting proposals to ensure child abuse prevention services are available in all 92 counties. It is the intent of DCS to solicit responses to this Request for Proposals (RFP) in accordance with the statement of work, proposal preparation section, and specifications contained in this document. This RFP is a competitive process for providers who are accredited by Healthy Families America.

Apply at:  http://financials.dcs.in.gov/Public/RFP/RequestAvailable.aspx