- By Kimberly Busse
- Posted Wednesday, March 9, 2022
FORSYTH COUNTY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH FUNDING IN FY23 BUDGET
This is a re-opening of the FY23 Behavioral Health Funding Request for Proposals (“RFP”) to qualified applicants to provide mental Health, substance use, and developmental disabilities services in Forsyth County. The RFP was originally posted on February 1, 2022.
Forsyth County will consider all proposals received in response to the initial February FY23 Behavioral Health Funding RFP, in addition to any new responses received after this reopening. IF YOU RESPONDED TO THE ORIGINAL RFP BY THE DUE DATE AND TIME, YOU DO NOT NEED TO RESUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL. However, respondents to the February RFP are free to change or supplement their previous response or to provide a new response. Please indicate on the cover of your proposal if you are submitting a supplement, change or replacement application. Application changes are optional for those who responded by the due date and time to the initial February RFP, and no negative inference will be made with regard to any respondent that chooses not to change, update or supplement a previous application.
Applications are due to the Forsyth County Budget Office by this Friday, March 11, 2022, at 1:00pm.