Request for Proposal (RFP): Case Management Services (ODAAT)

May 28, 2019

The Urban Affairs Coalition program, One Day At A Time (ODAAT), is looking for an independent contractor for to provide Case Management Services. The objective of the case manager works collaboratively with the program participants to develop a housing plan and coordinate assistance to enrolled individuals ensuring access to an array of services and benefits.


The Services to be provided are:


ü  Assistance obtaining personal ID and entitlements,   

ü  Referral for appropriate medical, psychiatric, substance abuse services,

ü  Linkage to housing resources and community supports,

ü  Referral for case management services,

ü  Assistance navigating the Permanent Supported Housing referral process.


The target population includes chronically homeless adult women formerly living on the streets of Philadelphia.  Individuals who live in the Women’s Program will be adults with major mental illnesses, alcohol and drug addictions, or co-occurring disorders who are currently experiencing homelessness. Many may also have complex and untreated physical health conditions.  They may have experienced trauma and major challenges with the traditional service system (including shelters) and have lived on the streets for extended periods of time. The priority populations are those individuals who have not successfully stayed in the shelter or safe haven systems and those who are extremely vulnerable due to their age and/or disabilities.


·    Goal #1: Reorient the participant to the re-established homeless continuum of services and available housing


·    Goal #2: Ensure client is clinically and physically stable, and meeting the housing service plan goals


·    Goal #3: Support participant with receiving and/or obtaining City, State or Federal identification


Full RFP is attached for more information.  All proposals are due 5/20/19.  Please send all proposals and/or questions to, referencing the RFP#1ODA-0001.

ODA-0001 One DAY AT A Time- RFP Full Case Mgr 2019.pdf112.9 KB