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This page provides information about Requests for Proposals, Information, or Letters from the Administrative Office of the Courts and the Judicial Information Division.

RFP - PROGRAM PARENT MENTOR COORDINATION SERVICES, AS A PART OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY LEGAL TEAM, FOR THE NEW MEXICO FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM

Open Date: 4/17/2022
Close Date and Time: 5/17/2022 11:59 PM MDT
Purpose of RFP: The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC)/NMFAP is seeking proposals from certified peer support workers to provide parent peer mentor coordination, leadership, and services as part of an interdisciplinary legal team to parents who are parties to child abuse and neglect cases.
Contact for submitting the RFP: Kerry Armour, Administrative Office of the Courts, Email: aockla@nmcourts.gov

RFP - PROGRAM SOCIAL WORK SERVICES, AS A PART OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY LEGAL TEAM, FOR THE NEW MEXICO FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM

Open Date: 4/17/2022

Close Date and Time: 5/17/2022 11:59 PM MDT

 

Purpose of RFP: The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is seeking proposals from licensed master-level social workers to provide clinical case management services as part of an interdisciplinary legal team to parents who are parties to child abuse and neglect cases.
Contact for submitting the RFP: Kerry Armour, Administrative Office of the Courts, Email: aockla@nmcourts.gov

RFP - Start up and Implementation Contractor, Office of Family Representation and Advocacy

Start up and Implementation Contractor, Office of Family Representation and Advocacy

Submitted Questions and Responses

Open Date: 4/29/2022

Close Date and time: 6/1/2022 3:00pm MDT

Purpose of RFP: The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is seeking a contractor to develop and implement the newly created Office of Family Representation and Advocacy as an independent agency of the New Mexico executive branch of government.

Contact for submitting RFP: Kerry Armour, Email: aockla@nmcourts.gov

FY23 - Solicitation for Letters of Interest for New Mexico Family Advocacy Program Respondent Attorneys

Name: FY23-Solicitation for Letters of Interest for New Mexico Family Advocacy Program Respondent Attorneys

Open Date: April 19, 2022

Close Date: Friday, May 20, 2022 11:59 PM MDT

Purpose: The NM Family Advocacy Program is inviting letters of interest from licensed attorneys who have or plan to have an AOC Court Appointed Respondent Attorney contract as of July 1, 2022. Successful applicants will provide respondents in Child Welfare cases with high quality and zealous advocacy, in order to address the circumstances that may have brought them into the system, with the aim of working with the client toward a better and faster outcome for all involved. The attorney will work as part of an interdisciplinary legal team made up of an attorney, social worker, and a parent peer mentor (parent with previous lived experience with the system) to achieve the best possible outcome for families involved in the program.  

Contact: Letters of interest and accompanying resumes should be emailed to Corrie Griffith, NMFAP Program Manager, at aoccag@nmcourts.gov, no later than Friday, May 20, 2022. Please visit https://nmfap.nmcourts.gov/ for more information on the program

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