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RFP for Adult Day Care Services Program cancelled

Posted: Aug 06, 2018 5:10 PM Updated:

With no proposals meeting the deadline, Public Health is canceling the RFP for the Adult Day Care Services Program. The RFP was first published Tuesday, July 10th, but the deadline was last week Thursday.

If you recall, Adult Day Care was transferred to the Mayors Council of Guam, after Catholic Social Services ended their contract with GovGuam.

Dededo Mayor Melissa Savares says with or without a vendor "our island's manamko won't be left out in the cold".

The Council is willing to pick up the services, currently fixing a broken water pump at the Macheche Center.

Art San Agustin with Public Health's division of senior citizens, says it's possible Mayors take over the Day Care, though officilas are checking in with Department of Health and Human Services to determine the next step.

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