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2012 Pre/Post Adoption Services RFP - CANCELLED
July 3, 2012
The STATE OF ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES, seeks a qualified vendor to develop a statewide Adoption Resource Center to deliver Pre/Post Adoption Services & Supports to families and children in the process of adopting or who have adopted through the Alabama Department of Human Resources. Services must include: information and referral services; a library; support groups; educational opportunities; counseling; an annual permanency conference; an annual adoption summer camp. In addition, the selected vendor will be required to recruit, train and complete an approved home study for a minimum of twenty-five (25) special needs adoptive homes, not to exceed the maximum of fifty (50) per year for the term of the contract. After the adoptive homes have been recruited, trained and home studies completed, they will be turned over to SDHR Office of Permanency for final approval.
2012 Pre/Post Adoption Services RFP
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