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Title: Alternative to Detention - Brooklyn
Procurement
Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ)
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ALTERNATIVES INC.
115 East Jefferson Street Suite 300, Syracuse, NY 13202
Human Services/Client Services
Negotiated Acquisition
3/15/2023
Award
$1,533,994.00

PIN#00221N0047001

MOCJ must extend this contact for two years in order to ensure there is a continuation of services for this program. MOCJ will be transferring the contract to ACS for ACS to oversee the program going forward. A two year contract is necessary to allow ACS to develop a solicitation and competitively solicit the ATD services.
Description

The Family Court Alternative to Detention Services program provide pre-dispositional supervision and services to court-involved youth as an alternative to detention (ATD). These ATD programs are designed primarily to prevent or reduce instances of flight resulting in Failure-to-Appear (FTA) warrant and re-arrest through the provision of supervision and supportive services. This contract will prevent or reduce instances of flight resulting in Failure-to-Appear (FTA) warrant and re-arrest through the provision of supervision and supportive services. Each program consists of two components: Tier I: Community Monitoring and Tier II: After School Supervision. Community monitoring consist of monitoring school attendance and curfews and making home visits. After School Supervision would consist of after-school programming, with the capacity for summer programming, that includes academic tutoring, appropriate services or referrals to services, and recreational opportunities. For both programs the the provider track, report, and respond to participants’ compliance or non-compliance.


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