Camden County CIACC – Promising Path to Success: Kickoff Event for SAMHSA Grant – January, 16th, 2018

Join the Camden County Children’s Inter-agency Coordinating Council ( CIACC) on

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2018

10:30 am – 12:30 pm

(Registration 10:00 to 10:30 a.m.)

Promising Path to Success: Kickoff Event for SAMHSA Grant

Target Audience: Camden County
(CIACC/YSCC, Out of Home Treatment Providers, & other Youth Serving Organizations)
No food or beverages will be provided at this training.

Location: CPAC
2500 McClellan Ave, Suite 110
Pennsauken, NJ 08109

Presenter: Ruby Goyal-Carkeek, NJ DCF Acting Assistant Commissioner of the Children’s System of Care
Stacy Reh, NJ DCF-CSOC Project Director- Promising Path to Success

 

The Training will focus upon:
CSOC History-Where We Were
CSOC System Overview- Where We Are
Scope of SAMHSA grant- Where We Are Going
-6 Core Strategies
-Nurtured Heart

Camden County SAMHSA Grant Kick Off

8th Annual Parent Leadership Breakfast

Save the Date! Community Planning & Advocacy Council and Camden County Covenant for Children, Youth and Families present the 8th Annual Parent Leadership Breakfast in Camden County. We will honor parents who have made children, families and communities a priority in their lives. We will celebrate the work we have been able to accomplish together in supporting children and families in Camden County and recognize active parents and community partners who played a tremendous role in reaching our goals. 

 Please see the attached Save the Date Save the Date PLB 2018 and 2018 Covenant Champion Award nomination form 2018 Covenant Champion Award and feel free to nominate parents, agency leaders, and community partners. If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to reach out to Kathy King at CPAC at kking@cpachvi.org or at (856) 663-3998.

Camden County Youth Service Commission 2018 Meeting Dates

The Camden County Youth Service Commission mission is to plan and implement community based services and advocacy to prevent and reduce juvenile delinquency and improve the juvenile justice system.

The Youth Services Commission is also designated to administer the State/Community Partnership Grant Program, Family Court funding and Innovations funding.  The Camden County Youth Services Commission is comprised of high-level policy makers and youth serving organizations in Camden County who are dedicated to improving the lives of our youth.

 

The Meeting Schedule for the 2018 Full Youth Service Commission: 

 

Tuesday , January 30th , 2018   4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 27th,  2018   4:00 pm

Tuesday, May 22nd ,  2018  4:00 pm

Tuesday,  July 24th, 2018  4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, September 25th,  2018 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, November 27th, 2018  4:00 pm

For more information , please contact the Camden County Youth Service Commission Administrator , Rosy Arroyo at 856-663-3998 ext. 206 or via email at rarroyo@cpachvi.org

 

 

2018 Positive Youth Development and 2018 Innovative Youth Detention Alternative Services Update

Please find the information that provides GAP/DATA/RECOMMENDATIONS for the services outlined in the RFP and the Fillable pages for the Submission of the Proposals.

Additional data resources can be found 2018-2020 Additional Resources

Gap_Data_Recommendations

2018 RFP -Typeable Pages 

2018 Positive Youth Development and 2018 Innovative Youth Detention Services Update

Please see the revised RFP for the above referenced service requests by clicking here 2018 Final Revised RFP – JJC-YSC_POST PRE-BID.  Minutes from the November 6, 2017 Pre-Bid meeting 2018 JJC-YSC Prebid Minutes are also attached.

The FCIU Program Manual can be found by following this link https://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/courts/assets/family/jfcopmanual.pdf.

The presentation can be found by clicking on https://prezi.com/view/wMuuDOWRaDf2byEpLvtX/ .

 

2018 Positive Youth Development and 2018 Innovative Youth Detention Alternative Services Funding

Notice is hereby given that applications for funds from eligible organizations interested in applying for 2018 Positive Youth Development Services and 2018 Innovative Youth Detention Alternative Services will be received on behalf of the County of Camden by CPAC: The Community Planning and Advocacy Council.

Copies of the Request for Proposal are available at CPAC: 2500 McClellan Ave, Suite 110, Pennsauken, NJ 08109 and may be obtained by perspective applicants during business hours.  The proposal is also available by clicking here: 2018 2d Revised RFP – JJC-YSC

A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on Monday, November 6th, 2017 at 2:00pm at CPAC in Conference Room A.  Although not mandatory, all bidders are strongly encouraged to participate in the pre-bid meeting.

Completed proposals are due no later than 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 29, 2017.  Proposals must be enclosed in a sealed envelope bearing the name and address of the applicant and the subject of the application, addressed and delivered to CPAC.

For further information, contact Rosy Arroyo, Senior Human Services Planner at CPAC via phone 856-663-3998 ext. 206 or e-mail to rarroyo@cpachvi.org.

Emergency Food and Shelter Program: Emergency Food and/or Congregate Meals, Phase 34 FEMA Funding

The Camden County Local FEMA Board is pleased to announce that proposals will be accepted from eligible organizations interested in applying to provide for emergency food and/or congregate meals to address the emergency needs of Camden County residents.  These funds are made available under Phase 34 of the Emergency Food and Shelter National Program (FEMA) Grant Funds.

Sealed applications for funds will be received on behalf of the Camden County FEMA Board of Directors by CPAC: The Community Planning and Advocacy Council.  The Request for Proposal will be available as of 1:00 p.m., Friday October 20, 2017 at  CPAC: The Community Planning and Advocacy Council, Cooper River Square, 2500 McClellan Blvd; Suite 120, Pennsauken, NJ 08109, and may be obtained by prospective applicants during business hours.  The RFP may be obtained by clicking here: Phase 34 FEMA RFP

Completed proposals are due no later than 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday November 8, 2017 to CPAC.  For further information, contact Hilary Dugger Colbert, Director of Grants Management, at hcolbert@cpachvi.org  or by phone at (856) 663-3998, extension 222.

SNJCoC FY 2017 Project Priority Listing

The Southern New Jersey Continuum of Care (SNJCoC) includes Camden, Cape May, Cumberland and Gloucester County New Jersey.  As part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) NOFA process, the SNJCoC applies as a continuum for funding.  The SNJCoC completes a Project Priority Listing as part of the NOFA process and can be viewed by clicking here 2017 SNJCoC Project Priority Listing.

SNJCoC FY 2017 Consolidated Application

The Southern New Jersey Continuum of Care includes Camden, Cape May, Cumberland and Gloucester County New Jersey.  The SNJCoC does regional planning and applies as a continuum to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under the HUD NOFA process. The FY 2017 SNJCoC Continuum of Care Consolidated Application to HUD is attached for review.  The document may be viewed by clicking here 2017 NOFA – SNJCoC Consolidated Application.

2017-2018 Annual Completeness Packages

Are you an agency that has a MAP (Management Assistance Program) score or accreditation?  If so, it’s time to complete your Annual RFP Completeness Package to continue MAP compliance. These materials must be on file or copies will need to be submitted with each proposal submission or will NOT be reviewed.  The Completeness Package can be downloaded by clicking here 2017 – 18 Annual Completeness Package Documents.

A letter to agencies from our President/CEO is attached here ACP Fee Letter 2017-18 for your review along with a brochure with more information about the MAP process MAP Brochure.  Completeness Packages are due to CPAC on or before October 16, 2017. 

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