This Request for Proposals (RFP) is issued by the New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS), Office of New Americans (ONA) Refugee Resettlement Program to provide health screening services as part of the Health Program offered to eligible refugee populations in the State of New Jersey. The Refugee Health Program administers and provides the required Domestic Medical Screening (DMS) to all eligible new arrivals under the federal Refugee Resettlement Program. DHS, through partnerships with healthcare providers, administers the DMS per CDC guidelines and requirements of the Refugee Health program. The funding will be available to licensed health care centers with strong community presence, able to administer the DMS and participate in the contract partnership with the DHS for the implementation of the State Refugee Health Program, serving vulnerable refugee and other humanitarian newcomer populations (as defined by ORR) through the DMS and Refugee Health, including conducting full health screenings and submitting timely reports of all clients and screenings provided into DHS databases and systems.
Awards will be based on each bidder’s overall capacity to provide services to a geographical area.
Populations eligible for the Refugee Health program services are:
For information on the scope of work, see the following link: https://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/providers/grants/rfprfi/RFPfiles/Refugee%20Health%20Program%20Healthcare%20Providers%20RFP%20ONA.pdf#page=6