Reinvestment Information

What is Reinvestment?

At the close of each fiscal year York and Adams Counties are allowed to retain Capitation revenues and investment income which was not expended during the contract year to reinvest in programs and services in each County.  These funds, called Reinvestment funds, must be spent in accordance with the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) approved reinvestment plan.



Reinvestment funds provide a unique opportunity for a financial incentive to reward sound financial management practices and allow the creative use of funds to fill identified gaps in the treatment system, to test new innovative treatment approaches, and to develop cost-effective alternatives to traditional services.  Reinvestment funds are one mechanism used to achieve the Commonwealth’s expectation for continuous quality improvement of a comprehensive treatment system that supports recovery for persons with mental health, drug and/or alcohol treatment needs, and their families.


Current Reinvestment Opportunities - Letters of Solicitation

Recovery House/Bridge Support Subsidy Program

The York/Adams HealthChoices Management Unit (HCMU) is soliciting applications from Recovery House Providers interested in working with The York Adams HealthChoices Management Unit in a reinvestment project for both York and Adams County Medical Assistance members who utilize Recovery House facilities.  These funds known as the Bridge Support Subsidy/Recovery House Funds are to assist HealthChoices Medical Assistance Members with funds to offset Room and Board for approved members in a Recovery House. 

The York/Adams HealthChoices Management Unit desires to identify Recovery House providers who are interested in working with us and are willing to meet Recovery House Standards in order to receive subsidies for persons in recovery or “members”.

 

Current Reinvestment Services for York County

No current Request for Proposals.  Check back again. 

Current Reinvestment Services for Adams County

No current Request for Proposals.  Check back again.