Highland Valley Entry

Highland Valley Initiatives

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Purchased Services Request for Proposals (RFP) 

The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) contracts with Aging Services Access Points (ASAPS) throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, to administer homecare programs for persons sixty years of age and over.  Highland Valley Elder Services (HVES) is a private, non-profit agency, serving as the ASAP in 24 towns in Hampshire and Hampden Counties.  HVES is seeking services for the period of October 1, 2021 – September 30, 2024.

Please be aware that services with titles starting with “COVID” are temporarily being offered due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will end in accordance to EOEA guidance.

The FY22-24 Purchased Service Provider Application period has now closed. The next application period will take place in Spring 2024. For FY22-24 RFP information
click here .

Title III Subgrants Funding

The Title III Request for Proposal (RFP) seeks bidders interested in building collaboration and partnerships in pursuit of the above mission and mandates. We are seeking proposals to support elders and family caregivers to promote quality long living.  Our goal is to support proposals that demonstrate community partnerships and collaborations with the end result of providing collaborative services.

Highland Valley is altering its RFP process with a goal to reduce the number of awards, to increase the funding amount for each award and to support proposals that demonstrate community collaboration and partnership.

The FY22-23 Title III Application period has now closed. Next application period opens March 15, 2023.
For FY24-25 RFP Information, please click here .

Community Coalition

The Community Coalition provides opportunities for diverse groups including faith-based groups, schools, business, neighborhood groups and COAs to support and increase caregiving capacities within the communities we serve.

Local Planning & Development

Local Planning and Development conducts surveys, awards grants and provides technical assistance to blend federal and state resources into a coordinated delivery system. It provides local services such as companion, outreach to hard-to-reach populations, inter-generational programming and resources for persons with Alzheimer’s Disease.