MNBC Launches RFP For Supportive Care Assessment Service Provider

On July 22, MNBC launched a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a new supportive care assessment for Métis people in the province of BC. Distinctions based community services, assisted living, respite, extended care, palliation and hospice are within scope. It is essential to continue to improve engagement, coordination, information sharing and collaboration for MNBC chartered communities.

The goal of this RFP is to better serve the 38 Métis Chartered Communities (MCC) and 90,000 self-identified Métis individuals in British Columbia. The result of the supportive care assessment will be the implementation of a framework for supportive care which will be validated with key MNBC staff at the February in-person meeting.

Read the full RFP here.

This Request for Proposals can also be accessed through the BC Bid website here.