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Title: SAFE FAMILIES NYC: SUPERVISED VISITATION PROGRAM
Procurement
Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ)
Contracts
1 Centre Street, Room 1012N, New York, NY 10011
Alexis McLauchlan
phone: (212) 416-5279
email: mocjprocurements@cityhall.nyc.gov
Archived
Human Services/Client Services
Negotiated Acquisition
3/6/2018 - 3/12/2018
Solicitation

PIN#00218N0003 - Due: 3/19/2018 3:00 PM

The Negotiated Acquisition procurement has been chosen due to the limited number of vendors available and able to perform the work in accordance with PPB 304(b)(2)(ii). MOCJ will continue to accept expressions of interest to the extent required by the City of New York Procurement Police Board Rules until 10 business days after the initial City Record posting of the Intent to Enter into Negotiations for this procurement.
Description
The Mayor`s Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ) seeks to procure a vendor or vendors to provide supervised visitation services for non-custodial parents and their children in domestic violence cases in all five boroughs. Supervised visitation programs provide a safe and therapeutic environment for non-custodial parents to spend time with their children. The selected vendor(s) will be expected to provide a secure location for supervised visitation services, develop program policies and procedures for conducting supervised visitation services, provide culturally competent visitation services, provide objective reports to the courts, and provide referrals to families for additional services as needed.

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