Request for Proposals (RFP) For A Multi-Year Evaluation of Youth Mental Health and Recreation Programs

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Request for Proposals (RFP) For A Multi-Year Evaluation of Youth Mental Health and Recreation Programs

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Author pmnationtalk
Deadline September 20, 2021
Name Manotsaywin Nanotoojig Inc.
Type RFP
Region ON
Email
Sector Public Sector
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Category Health and Social Services
Client za-geh-do-win

Request for Proposals (RFP)
For A Multi-Year Evaluation of
Youth Mental Health and Recreation Programs
Funded by the Indigenous Healing and Wellness Strategy

Issued: August 23, 2021
RFP Closing Date and Time:
September 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm ET or 4:00 pm CT

Request for Proposals to conduct a Multi-Year Evaluation on the Indigenous Healing and Wellness Strategy (IHWS) Youth Mental Health and Recreation Program

Manotsaywin Nanotoojig Inc. is seeking a third-party Indigenous evaluator or evaluation team to conduct a multi-year research and evaluation project on the IHWS Youth Mental Health and Recreation Programs that are being implemented by 10 First Nation service providers and Nishnawbe Aski Nation Oshkaatisak (All Young Peoples’) Council [hereinafter referred to as NAN Oshkaatisak Council].

1. PART 1 – PROCUREMENT DETAILS

1.1 Definitions

“Indigenous Healing and Wellness Strategy (IHWS)” – A strategy consisting of culturally responsive programs delivered in First Nations and urban and rural Indigenous communities to improve the health, healing and wellness of Indigenous individuals, families and communities, and to reduce family violence/violence against Indigenous women and children. IHWS programs are designed, managed and delivered by and for Indigenous communities. IHWS is characterized by a mutual agreement between provincial ministries and Indigenous partners for ongoing relationship-building and collaboration.

“Indigenous People” – An inclusive term, meaning First Nations, Métis, Non-Status and Inuit people.

“Cultural Framework” or “Cultural Approach” – Refers to the general guiding principle of IHWS: programs and services are founded and guided by life cycle and healing continuum; traditional teachings that incorporate cultural and holistic approaches; and recognizes diversity within Indigenous community and cultures.

“Partner Ministries” – The three partner ministries that provide funding to IHWS: Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) (Community Services, Child Well-Being, Office of Women’s Issues); Indigenous Affairs Ontario (IAO); and Health (MOH).

“Partner/Service Provider” – A transfer payment agency with a service contract with MCCSS to deliver one or more IHWS programs.

“Vendor” – The bidder who successfully meets all request for bid requirements, then signs an agreement to provide a service are considered the vendor.

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