RFP Documents

Elder Care Network Southeast (ECNS) member agencies are seeking proposals for the provision of non-homemaker provider services*. For a complete list of the services, Request for Proposal information and contract requirements and details, visit individual agency websites. Contracts will be awarded based upon individual Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) agency needs.

ECNS is comprised of the following agencies designated as ASAPs by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affair (EOEA): Bristol Elder Services, Inc., bristolelder.org; Coastline Elderly Services, Inc., coastlinenb.org; Elder Services of Cape Cod & the Islands, Inc., escci.org; HESSCO Elder Services, Inc., hessco.org; Old Colony Elder Services, Inc., ocesma.org and South Shore Elder Services, Inc., sselder.org.

All ECNS members are AA/EEO. Women, minority-owned and small businesses are encouraged to apply.

The deadline for submitting applications is 5:00 p.m., April 30, 2021.

*For Homemaker/Personal Care/Supportive Home Care Aide services, please consult the EOEA website, https://noi.800ageinfo.com.

 

Application Resources

Homemaker and Personal Care Providers should register and complete the NOI application found on the 800ageinfo.com website by clicking here. 

Once the NOI application has been approved by EOEA, you may complete and remit the ASAP application forms for review. An approved NOI application does not guarantee an ASAP contract award.

 

Instructions

To apply to be an Elder Services of Cape Cod & the Islands provider, please submit all the required application forms as a zipped folder to Kim Cazeault at kim.cazeault@escci.org. (Click here for instructions on how to Zip and Unzip a file.)

To apply to another ASAP, contact that ASAP directly.

This (RFP)Request For Proposal does not commit Elder Services of Cape Cod & the Islands to award a contract or to pay for costs associated with the preparation of this proposal. Each ASAP negotiates its own rates and reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal.

Successful proposals will result in an award letter with the contract effective date. Each ASAP will make an individual determination to award up to a maximum of a three-year contract. Women, minority-owned, and small businesses are encouraged to apply. Elder Services of Cape Cod & the Islands is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.