AHP Continues Longstanding Partnership with SAMHSA with Award of Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contracts

AHP has been awarded three Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (SAMHSA IDIQ) type contracts. Contracts are for five years and are awarded on a performance-based basis. AHP was selected as a prime contractor in three domains:

  • Domain I: Feasibility, Pilot and Evaluation Projects
  • Domain III: Policy Analysis and Program Related Projects
  • Domain V: Technical Assistance and Training Projects
These awards will enhance the extensive work done in partnership by AHP and SAMHSA in evaluating and conducting policy analysis and technical assistance and training to address challenges in mental health, substance use disorder, including the opiate crisis, and homelessness, among other topics.

AHP will serve as a subcontractor on the other two domains:
  • Domain II: Statistical Projects
  • Domain IV: Communication Projects
“Throughout SAMHSA’s 25-year history, AHP has been a strategic partner,” said AHP President and CEO Neal Shifman. “We are proud of the work we have done over the years with SAMHSA in advancing evidence-based behavioral health prevention, treatment, and recovery services. This award allows us to continue the important work of improving the systems of care that address mental health and substance use disorder issues with all the accompanying social challenges like trauma, homelessness, housing, unemployment, and more.”

For over 30 years, AHP has focused our people, passion, and expertise on creating practical solutions to improve health and human services systems of care and business operations. Through hands-on research and evaluation, training and technical assistance, and professional consulting, AHP assists organizations of all sizes in achieving our collective goal of helping our most vulnerable populations lead full and productive lives. Every day we work to develop “real-world solutions for systems change” through our areas of expertise in addictions & substance abuse, behavioral health policy, criminal justice, health care reform, housing & homelessness, mental health, population health management, recovery supports, veterans, and workforce development.