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Requests for Proposals (RFPs)

Request for Proposals (RFP) – Home Weatherization Contractors

NeighborImpact is seeking proposals from experienced, cost-effective and efficient contractors to provide services on home weatherization projects in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Contracts will be awarded for a minimum of one year with the option to extend based on performance and other factors.

Proposers must meet certification and insurance requirements and must adhere to equal opportunity and non-discrimination laws. Contractors who are debarred, suspended or otherwise excluded from or ineligible to participate in federal assistance programs or activities shall be ineligible for work under this contract. Small businesses, women-owned businesses and/or minority-owned businesses are encouraged to submit proposals.

Proposals are due to NeighborImpact no later than 4:00 PM on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

Weatherization Services

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Electrician Services

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HVAC Services

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​Plumbing Services

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​Roofing Services

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​Wood Stove Installation

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Request for Proposals (RFP) – Entities interested in providing indirect rate consulting services

NeighborImpact desires to contract with an independent firm to assess and evaluate options for allocating the agency’s administrative costs through the adoption of a federally recognized indirect rate, and to assist NeighborImpact in preparing and submitting an indirect rate proposal (if selected by NeighborImpact as the preferred alternative).

For ​complete information, please download the Request for Proposal document.


Request for Proposals (RFP) – HLC Coordinator

Homeless Leadership Coalition (HLC) is accepting proposals for contracted staff coordination services. The contractor will provide a range of administrative, development, program and outreach functions. This position will be contracted through NeighborImpact on behalf of the HLC. Proposals are being accepted until position is filled.

This solicitation will result in a professional services contract for a .5 FTE HLC Coordinator. The contractor will serve as the HLC point person, responsible for: organizing the HLC; working with service providers, organizations and individuals; raising the profile of the HLC’s work with the goal of garnering new resources; and utilizing the coordinated entry process to improve systems within and among homeless service providers and other systems.

The HLC Coordinator will serve as the point person dedicated to implementation of the High Desert Home, which is an update to the region’s 10 year plan to end homelessness.

For ​complete information, please download the Request for Proposal document.

For more information contact Molly Heiss at 541-323-6562 or mollyh@neighborimpact.org


Request for Proposals (RFP) – CES Program Coordinator

Homeless Leadership Coalition (HLC) is accepting proposals for contracted staff coordination services. The contractor will provide a range of administrative, development, program and outreach functions. This position will be contracted through NeighborImpact on behalf of the HLC. Proposals are being accepted until position is filled.

This solicitation will result in a professional services contract for a .5 FTE CES Coordinator. Coordinated Entry System is a standardized method for accessing housing/homeless services from the point that a household experiences homelessness to the point that they are again stably housed. It requires standardized and written protocols, assessment tools, and agreed upon priorities among the community who serve those experiencing homelessness.

The Coordinated Entry System Program Coordinator will work closely with the CES Co-chairs, HLC Coordinator, and community providers to further develop and improve the system for households to access shelter and other immediate housing crisis resources in the region.

For ​complete information, please download the Request for Proposal document.

For more information contact Molly Heiss at 541-323-6562 or mollyh@neighborimpact.org


Request for Proposals (RFP) – CES Housing Navigator

Homeless Leadership Coalition (HLC) is accepting proposals for contracted staff coordination services. The contractor will provide a range of program development and outreach functions. This position will be contracted through NeighborImpact on behalf of the HLC. Proposals are being accepted until position is filled.

This solicitation will result in a professional services contract for a 1 FTE CES Housing Navigator. Coordinated Entry System (CES) is a standardized method for accessing housing/homeless services from the point that a household experiences homelessness to the point that they are again stably housed. It requires standardized and written protocols, assessment tools, and agreed upon priorities among the community who serve those experiencing homelessness.
The Housing Navigator is an integral member of the Coordinated Entry System and is primarily responsible for support in implementation of the community’s assessment and housing navigation plan.

The Housing Navigator will primarily work with individuals experiencing homelessness in order to assist them in accessing housing. This includes developing landlord partnerships throughout the region. Part of this position will be transporting clients to and from apartment complexes and housing searches. The Housing Navigator will also work with the Coordinated Entry System Program Coordinator and other staff to develop the CES program for Central Oregon, as well as collaborate on data-driven projects and information requests throughout the year.

For ​complete information, please download the Request for Proposal document.

For more information contact Molly Heiss at 541-323-6562 or mollyh@neighborimpact.org

 
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