NLCMHA is committed to expanding the crisis continuum in the region. We believe this can be accomplished by providing services that are person centered, and build on the strengths of individuals, families, and our communities working together.
Recently, NLCMHA received grant funds to open a walk-in Crisis Welcoming Center, which is now open at 105 Hall Street in Traverse City, from noon to midnight, seven days a week, and will eventually open 24/7.
In addition to that effort, NLCMHA is expected to receive $1.8 million in Congressional Appropriation Funds that will be used to support the implementation and first year of a Crisis Residential Unit (CRU). In the future, the Crisis Welcoming Center and CRU may be co-located.
NLCMHA is seeking proposals from interested and qualified Providers who have or can develop the capacity, infrastructure, and organizational competence to deliver crisis residential services to persons.
Request For Proposals (RFP) – Due Date: July 25, 2022, 5:00 p.m. Eastern timeNLCMHA RFP for Crisis Residential Unit