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									                                      COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                            GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY-PURCHASING
                                                             ADDENDUM No. 2
                                                                         to
                                                                  RFP No. 900666
                                                                         for
                      Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) Services Program
     Specification Clarification/Modification and Recap of the Networking/Bidders Conferences
                          Held on December 9, 2009 and December 10, 2009
       _________________________________________________________________________

                                                                  NOTICE TO BIDDERS

THIS COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY (GSA), RFP ADDENDUM HAS BEEN ELECTRONICALLY
ISSUED TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS VIA E-MAIL. E-MAIL ADDRESSES USED ARE THOSE IN THE COUNTY’S SMALL
LOCAL EMERGING BUSINESS (SLEB) VENDOR DATABASE OR FROM OTHER SOURCES. IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED
OR ARE CERTIFIED AS A SLEB PLEASE ENSURE THAT THE COMPLETE AND ACCURATE E-MAIL ADDRESS IS NOTED
AND KEPT UPDATED IN THE SLEB VENDOR DATABASE. THIS RFP ADDENDUM WILL ALSO BE POSTED ON THE
GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY (GSA) CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES WEBSITE LOCATED AT
HTTP://WWW.ACGOV.ORG/GSA/PURCHASING/BID_CONTENT/CONTRACTOPPORTUNITIES.JSP.

PLEASE NOTE THAT IMPORTANT CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE TO EXHIBIT B
IN ADDENDUM No. 1. VENDORS MUST SUBMIT BID RESPONSES USING THE
“REVISED” EXHIBIT B FORM (REVISED 11/30/09).

The following Sections have been modified to read as shown below. Changes made to the original
RFP document are in bold print and highlighted, and deletions made have a strike through.

Please note that the following Exhibits have been included or changed

ATTACHMENTS
       Exhibit A – Acknowledgement
       Exhibit B – Bid Form
       Exhibit B – Bid Form (REVISED 11/30/09) (Addendum No. 1)
       Exhibit C – Insurance Requirements
       Exhibit D1 – Current References
       Exhibit D2 – Former References
       Exhibit E – SLEB Certification Application Package
       Exhibit F – Small and Local Business Subcontracting Information
       Exhibit G – Request for Small and Local or Emerging Preference
                                    1401 LAKESIDE DRIVE, SUITE 907, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612
                                           510 208 9600 FAX 510 208 9626 www.acgov.org/gsa
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                         County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                    RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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                Exhibit H –First Source Agreement
                Exhibit I –Exceptions, Clarifications, Amendments
                Exhibit J –[Intentionally Omitted]
                Exhibit K –[Intentionally Omitted]
                Exhibit L –RFP Vendor Bid List
                Exhibit M –Response/Content Submittal; Completeness Check List
                Exhibit N –Debarment and Suspension Certification
                Exhibit O –Business Associate Provisions for the Health Insurance Portability and
                           Accountability Act (HIPAA)
                EXHIBIT P – 2009 BHCS Formulary (Addendum No. 2)
                EXHIBIT Q – Network of Pharmacy (Addendum No. 2)
                EXHIBIT R – Psychiatric Program (Addendum No. 2)

   Responses to Written Questions

   Q1)    Page 5 of the RFP, B. Scope, states:

          “BHCS currently serves approximately 50,000 clients annually through its system of care.”

          Of the 50,000 members that BHCS currently serves, please indicate the number of lives and
          the number of claims that are Medicare Part D and Medicaid.
   A1)    Of the 50,000 lives covered thru BHCS, approximately 25% are uninsured,
          approximately 63% are under Medi-Cal and approximately 12% are under Medicare
          Part D. All the prescription claims noted in Addendum No. 1, Exhibit B (REVISED
          11/30/09) are for the uninsured (annually about 15,000 prescription claims).

   Q2)    Page 6 of the RFP, C. Vendor Requirements/Specific Requirements, 2. Specific
          Requirements states:

          “c.       Vendors(s) will demonstrate the ability to administer the BHCS’ eligibility
                    requirements, including, but not limited to:

          3. Each medication must be on the BHCS formulary”

          Please provide a copy of the BHCS formulary.
   A2)    Please see Addendum No. 2, Exhibit P - 2009 BHCS Formulary.

   Q3)    Does BHCS' formulary have multiple tiers?
   A3)    No, the BHCS Formulary does not have multiple tiers.
                         County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                    RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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   Q4)    Page 7 of the RFP, C. Vendor Requirements/Specific Requirements, 2. Specific
          Requirements states:

          “g.       Disposal of any outdated medication or previously dispensed medication left by
                    consumer at any BHCS-affiliated program: Vendor(s) will have a medication disposal
                    process/program available to the County.”

          Could Alameda County BHCS please describe what current systems or processes that they
          have in place for medication disposal and the scope of the required system?
   A4)    There is no system-wide process currently in place. Medication disposal has been
          handled by the individual covered programs through various means including
          contracts with Integrated Waste Control (Hayward, CA).

   Q5)    Page 7 of the RFP, C. Vendor Requirements/Specific Requirements, 2. Specific
          Requirements states:

          “j.       MediCal-covered clients: Vendor(s) will ensure network pharmacies coordinate
                    benefits for clients covered through MediCal”

          Does the County participate in an electronic data exchange with Medi-Cal and receive
          electronic data identifying member Medi-Cal eligibility status?
   A5)    Yes, BHCS participates in a monthly electronic data exchange with Medi-Cal that
          identifies program eligibility for each client.

   Q6)    Page 11 of the RFP, H. Calendar of Events, states that the contract has a start date of
          9/1/2010. Please clarify whether this effective date includes prescription processing for
          Medicare Part D claims or if it includes Medicaid claims only. If the effective date includes
          Medicaid claims only, please indicate a separate effective date for Medicare Part D claims.
   A6)    The start date is for processing all BHCS clients prescriptions, including those for
          uninsured clients, claims denied by Medi-Cal through the TAR process and all
          Medicare Part D coordination of benefit.

   Q7)    Will the County provide claim level detail for 1 year with:
           Average Wholesale Price?
           Mail/Retail Indicator?
           Number of Prescriptions?
           Quantity Dispensed?
           Days Supply Dispensed?
           National Association of Boards of Pharmacy?
           Summary data?
   A7)    Please see Addendum No. 1, Exhibit B – Bid Form (REVISED 11/30/09), and
          Addendum No. 2, Exhibit Q – Network of Pharmacies.
                      County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                 RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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   Q8)    Please provide a copy of the current plan design.
   A8)    The current plan design is as follows: $0 co-pay, 45 max days supply, and BHCS
          controlled formulary. There are no deductibles, maximums, or other employee type
          benefit features that the PBMs relate to pharmacy programs.

   Q9)    In regards to blister packing
           What is the percentage of clients who require/receive blister packing?
           What are the criteria for determining if a client requires blister packing?
           What percentage of existing network pharmacy providers currently offer this service?
   A9)    Approximately 5% of our clients receive their medication in blister packing. Such
          packaging may be requested by the client, the client’s physician, case manager or
          Service Team member. Currently, 4 out of 44 pharmacies offer this service.

   Q10) What will be the process of distribution of medication for the Medically Indigent Adult
        Program? Where are the medications received, and how are they delivered to the
        participating pharmacies?
   A10) The process in place for the distribution of medications received through drug
        company medication Patient Assistant Programs (PAPs) is through participating
        network pharmacies. Medications are received by the physician at the client’s clinic,
        and then brought by the physician or an agent of the physician to the participating
        pharmacy for storage and dispensing. Participating pharmacies need separate shelf
        space for PAP medications.

   Q11) Please provide de-identified claims utilization data for the past calendar or fiscal year. Also,
        what is the percentage of brand vs. generic utilization?
   A11) Please see Addendum No. 1, Exhibit B (REVISED 11/30/09). The current program
        only uses generic medication, unless there is only brand or is specified. At present,
        approximately 75% of our prescriptions are generic.

   Q12) In Addendum No. 1, Exhibit B-1 (REVISED 11/30/09) asks bidders to provide an
        informational quotation for PAP Medication/Prescription Dispensing Fee. What are the
        current PAP medications?
   A12) The current PAP medications are all brand-name psychotropic medications, including
        Abilify, Geodon, Seroquel, and Zyprexa.

   Q13) Who is the current vendor and how long have they been providing this service?
   A13) InformedRx is the current PBM vendor and has been working with BHCS for nearly
        14 years.

   Q14) Are there any specific challenges in working with this program that you would like to
        specifically see addressed?
   A14) Specific challenges that can be addressed include adherence programs, Medication
        Therapy Management (MTM), outcome measures and focusing on the client’s needs
        rather than the prescription claim payment.
                      County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                 RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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   Q15) In regards to delivery services:
         What is the percentage of clients that require delivery service?
         What are the criteria for determining if clients are eligible for delivery service?
         What is the geographic area for delivery and does it include remote locations? If so,
            where?
   A15) Approximately 5% of the clients receive their medication by delivery. Delivery may be
        requested by the client, the client’s physician, case manager or Service Team member.
        Geographically, the area would primarily encompass Alameda County.

   Q16) Is Alameda set up to process eligibility and adjudicate claims online?
   A16) Through the current PBM vendor, eligibility is uploaded on a monthly basis, and then
        prescriptions can be adjudicated online.

   Q17) How is eligibility determined?
   A17) Eligibility is determine in two ways: (1) for returning clients it is determined
        electronically through a monthly eligibility file provided to the PBM by BHCS, (2) for
        new clients eligibility is determined through the presence of the BHCS prescription.

   Q18) Are all network pharmacies required to be open 24 hours? Please elaborate on what level of
        24 hour access would suffice.
   A18) At least two pharmacies with 24 hour availability are needed, one located in North
        County, the other in South County.

   Q19) Can you provide general demographics, specifically the age breakdown and locations of the
        patients you serve?
   A19) Population of Alameda County
             1,507,500 people
        Age Distribution
             65% Adult (18-64)
             25% Child/Youth (0-17)
             10% Older Adult (65+)
        Geographic
             43% North County
             41% South County
             16% East County

   Q20) Where are the clinics located in which patients will be receiving psychiatric care?
   A20) Please see Addendum No. 2, Exhibit R – Psychiatric Programs.

   Q21) What are the current threshold languages?
   A21) The current threshold languages are: English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Cambodian,
        Vietnamese, and Farsi.
                      County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                 RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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   Q22) What are the National Drug Codes (NDC) for the drugs listed on Exhibit B?
   A22) BHCS does not have the capacity to list all the dispensed medications’ NDCs. Please
        see Addendum No. 1, Exhibit B (REVISED 11/30/09), for the medication names and
        strengths.

   Q23) Per Addendum No. 1, is the County now soliciting pricing based upon an estimate of the
        most common used drugs rather than the initial lump sum price?
   A23) As stated in Addendum No. 1, Exhibit B (REVISED 11/30/09) “The drugs listed below
        are a sample of those most commonly used by BHCS and is not guaranteed to represent
        all the drugs utilized by BHCS.”

   Q24) Page 9 of the RFP, E. General Environmental Requirements, 2. Persistent Bioaccumulative
        Toxins (PBT), states:

          “Contractors must provide products and services that allow the County to comply with the
          PBT Resolution and must complete the certification statement included in the Attachments.”

        Could Alameda County BHCS please describe current efforts at compliance and expected
        costs if any, associated with coming into compliance? In addition, what level of oversight or
        responsibility is the vendor assuming with this section of the RFP?
   A24) The vendor is required to sign a certification that they will not provide goods or
        services that generate or release PBT’s into the environment. If there is no alternative,
        they must disclose what the PBT’s are.

   Q25) Exhibit H, First Source Agreement of the RFP, states:

          “Vendor agrees to provide Alameda County (through East Bay Works and Social Services
          Agency), ten (10) working days to refer to Vendor, potential candidates to be considered by
          Vendor to fill any new or vacant positions that are necessary to fulfill their contractual
          obligations to the County, that Vendor has available during the life of the contract before
          advertising to the general public.”

        Please clarify the terms “new or vacant positions.” Does this agreement include all positions
        regardless of location or new or vacant positions in Alameda County only? Can the
        agreement be amended to read “new or vacant positions in Alameda County”? Also, does
        Alameda County intend that new or vacant positions include all of the prime vendor’s
        subcontractors identified in the Proposal or only the prime vendor’s new or vacant positions?
        Can the agreement be amended to read “new or vacant positions in Alameda County for the
        PBM vendor only”?
   A25) The First Source Program only applies to the prime contractor. The First Source
        Program does not apply to only positions within Alameda County, if the vacancy is
        within a reasonable commutable distance (120 miles or a 2 hour drive)
                      County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                 RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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   Q26) Is the local business preference dependent on the location of a vendor's headquarters or
        would the location of Alameda County pharmacies qualify the vendor for the preference?
   A26) The local business preference is based on the location of the prime contractor. As
        stated in the RFP, page 26 of 31, “An Alameda County vendor is a firm or dealer with
        fixed offices and having a street address within the County for at least six (6) months
        prior to the issue date of this RFP; and which holds a valid business license issued by
        the County or a city within the County.”

   Q27) How is the current vendor meeting the 20% SLEB requirement?
   A27) Currently, the PBM provider is meeting the 20% SLEB requirement by utilizing the
        local pharmacies that are certified as SLEB.

   Q28) Will this contract exceed $100,000? If not, does the First Source Agreement form need to be
        submitted for contracts with a value under $100,000?
   A28) This contract will exceed $100,000, therefore, Exhibit H - First Source Agreement must
        be completed and signed.

   Q29) When submitting proposals will a CD be sufficient instead of a disk? If so, how many are
        required? 1 or 6?
   A29) Only 1 electronic copy of the proposal will be sufficient in either CD disk or thumb
        drive.

   Responses to Verbal Questions

   Q1)    Are any of the clinics Federal Qualified Health Centers or community health centers?
   A1)    No, they are not, and at present they do not have the capacity to be qualified as such.

   Q2)    Are all prescribers are within those clinics?
   A2)    Yes.

   Q3)    Can a current list of the participating pharmacies be provided?
   A3)    Please see Addendum No. 2, Attachment #2 – Pharmacy Networks

   Q4)    Does the County administer generic drugs to patients?
   A4)    Currently, the program only uses generic medication, unless brand-only is specified.
          At present, approximately 75% of our prescriptions are generic.

   Q5)    If the psychotropic medications that are brand-named become generic, will BHCS
          switch/change to generic?
   A5)    Yes.
                         County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                    RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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   Q6)    Page 6 of the RFP, C. Vendor Requirements/Specific Requirements, 1. Vendor Minimum
          Qualifications states:

          “b.       Vendor(s) shall have at least two (2) years of experience working with County
                    specialty mental health program.”

          In this sentence the County is capitalized so does this mean it will be just for Alameda
          County or any county?
   A6)    Any county specialty mental health program will suffice.

   Q7)    What is the actual number of uninsured patients enrolled in this pharmacy benefit program?
   A7)    There are 50,000 patients are enrolled. 25% are uninsured or approximately 12,500
          patients, 63% are Medi-Cal and 12% are Medicare, Part D.

   Q8)    Does the program pay for coordinated benefits for individuals who are enrolled in Medi-Cal?
   A8)    The current program covers the clients prescriptions including those for uninsured
          clients, claims denied by Medi-Cal through the TAR process and all Medicare, Part D
          coordination of benefits.

   Q9)    Will the County be responsible for the data exchange with DMS, Medi-Cal or with the other
          insurance information or will the Bidder need the capacity to facilitate other insurance data
          exchange?
   A9)    At present, BHCS has been responsible for facilitating the eligibility data exchange, but
          would be interested in other models as well.

   Q10) Is the eligibility upload referenced on page 6 of the RFP required to be uploaded via batch
        only or is there a direct entry for eligibility in the current PBM?
   A10) Currently, the PBM uploads eligibility both ways.

   Q11) What is the local preference for the small emerging business?
   A11) As stated in the RFP, page 25, W. County Provision, Paragraph 1., if the Bidder is
        certified by the County as either a small and local or an emerging and local business,
        the County will provide a five percent (5%) bid preference, in addition to the local
        preference for a total bid preference of ten percent (10%).

   Q12) Is there a list of SLEB vendors that is published somewhere so that the Bidders may have the
        opportunity to select a subcontractor if needed?
   A12) A list is available on the Alameda County, SLEB website
        (http://www.acgov.org/sleb_query_app/gsa/sleb/query/slebmenu.jsp) and can be
        searched by using NAICS codes. For more information or any questions, contact the
        Office of Contract and Compliance (Tel: 510-891-5500 or via E-mail at
        ACSLEBcompliance@acgov.org).
                      County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                 RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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   Q13) Will all questions be in the Addendum?
   A13) Yes all questions and answers will be transcribed and issued in Addendum No. 2. The
        revised bid form can be found in Addendum No. 1

   Q14) Page 23 of the RFP, S. Pricing states:

          “9.       Price quotes shall include any and all payment incentives available to the County”

        Please clarify this. Is this in addition to what is listed in Addendum No. 1, Exhibit B
        (REVISED 11/30/09), or is it just as stated?
   A14) If there is an incentive available to the County it should be applied to any price that is
        quoted. The price stated in the Addendum No. 1, Exhibit B (REVISED 11/30/09) will
        be inclusive.
                        County of Alameda, General Services Agency – Purchasing
                                   RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

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The following participants attended the Bidders’ Conferences:

         Company Name                      Representative                Contact Information
Ramsell Public Health RX             Sophia J. Byndloss          Phone: 510-587-2606
200 Webster, Ste. 200                                            E-Mail: Sophia@publichealthrx.com
Oakland, CA 94607                                                Prime Contractor: Yes
                                                                 Subcontractor:
                                                                 Certified SLEB: Yes
Ramsell Public Health RX             Michael Woo                 Phone: 510-587-2632
200 Webster, Ste. 200                                            E-Mail: mwoo@publichealthrx.com
Oakland, CA 94607                                                Prime Contractor: Yes
                                                                 Subcontractor:
                                                                 Certified SLEB: Yes
Informed RX                          Bill Fletcher               Phone: 480-471-4628
            th
28511 N 148 Street                                               E-Mail: bill.fletcher@sxr.com
Scottsdale, AZ 85262                                             Prime Contractor: YES
                                                                 Subcontractor:
                                                                 Certified SLEB: NO
US Script, Inc.                      Elisa McNamara              Phone: 559-244-3790
2425 W Shaw Ave                                                  E-Mail: emchamara@gmail.com
Fresno, CA 93711                                                 Prime Contractor: Yes
                                                                 Subcontractor:
                                                                 Certified SLEB: No
Walgreens                            Michelle Barker             Phone: 602-705-5107
       st
101 N 1 Ave                                                      E-Mail: michelle.barker@walgreens.com
Phoenix, AZ 85003                                                Prime Contractor: Yes
                                                                 Subcontractor:
                                                                 Certified SLEB: No
Ramsell Corp                         Tim Mirrill                 Phone: 510-587-2829
200 Webster, Ste. 200                                            E-Mail: tmurrillo@ramsellcorp.com
Oakland, CA 94607                                                Prime Contractor: Prime
                                                                 Subcontractor:
                                                                 Certified SLEB: In the process
Value Options                        Eric Van Allen              Phone: 913-549-4747
13061 Stearns St.                                                E-Mail: eric.vanallen@valueoptions.com
Overland Park, KS 66213                                          Prime Contractor:
                                                                 Subcontractor:
                                                                 Certified SLEB:
MedImpact                            Janeen McBride              Phone: 858-790-6365
10680 Treena Street                                              E-Mail: janeen.mcbride@medimpact.com
San Diego, CA                                                    Prime Contractor: Yes
                                                                 Subcontractor:
                                                                 Certified SLEB: No
         COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY-PURCHASING EXHIBIT A – BID ACKNOWLEDGEMENT


                     PHARMACY BENEFIT MANAGEMENT (PBM) PROGRAM SERVICES, RFP No. 900666, Addendum No. 2

The County of Alameda is soliciting bids from qualified vendors to furnish its requirements per the specifications, terms and conditions contained in the
above referenced RFP number. This Bid Acknowledgement must be completed, signed by a responsible officer or employee, dated and submitted with the
bid response. Obligations assumed by such signature must be fulfilled.
1. Preparation of bids: (a) All prices and notations must be printed in ink or typewritten. No erasures permitted. Errors may be crossed out and
      corrections printed in ink or typewritten adjacent and must be initialed in ink by person signing bid. (b) Quote price as specified in RFP. No
      alterations or changes or any kind shall be permitted to Exhibit B, Bid Form. Responses that do not comply shall be subject to rejection in total.
2. Failure to bid: If you are not submitting a bid but want to remain on the mailing list and receive future bids, complete, sign and return this Bid
      Acknowledgement and state the reason you are not bidding.
3. Taxes and freight charges: (a) Unless otherwise required and specified in the RFP, the prices quoted herein do not include Sales, Use or other
      taxes. (b) No charge for delivery, drayage, express, parcel post packing, cartage, insurance, license fees, permits, costs of bonds, or for any
      other purpose, except taxes legally payable by County, will be paid by the County unless expressly included and itemized in the bid. (c)
      Amount paid for transportation of property to the County of Alameda is exempt from Federal Transportation Tax. An exemption certificate is
      not required where the shipping papers show the consignee as Alameda County, as such papers may be accepted by the carrier as proof of the
      exempt character of the shipment. (d) Articles sold to the County of Alameda are exempt from certain Federal excise taxes. The County will
      furnish an exemption certificate.
4. Award: (a) Unless otherwise specified by the bidder or the RFP gives notice of an all-or-none award, the County may accept any item or group
      of items of any bid. (b) Bids are subject to acceptance at any time within one hundred eighty (180) days of opening, unless otherwise specified
      in the RFP. (c) A valid, written purchase order mailed, or otherwise furnished, to the successful bidder within the time for acceptance specified
      results in a binding contract without further action by either party. The contract shall be interpreted, construed and given effect in all respects
      according to the laws of the State of California.
5. Patent indemnity: Vendors who do business with the County shall hold the County of Alameda, its officers, agents and employees, harmless
      from liability of an nature or kind, including cost and expenses, for infringement or use of any patent, copyright or other proprietary right, secret
      process, patented or unpatented invention, article or appliance furnished or used in connection with the contract or purchase order.
6. Samples: Samples of items, when required, shall be furnished free of expense to the County and if not destroyed by test may upon request
      (made when the sample is furnished), be returned at the bidder’s expense.
7. Rights and remedies of County for default: (a) In the event any item furnished by vendor in the performance of the contract or purchase
      order should fail to conform to the specifications therefore or to the sample submitted by vendor with its bid, the County may reject the same,
      and it shall thereupon become the duty of vendor to reclaim and remove the same forthwith, without expense to the County, and immediately to
      replace all such rejected items with others conforming to such specifications or samples; provided that should vendor fail, neglect or refuse so to
      do the County shall thereupon have the right purchase in the open market, in lieu thereof, a corresponding quantity of any such items and to
      deduct from any moneys due or that may there after come due to vendor the difference between the prices named in the contract or purchase
      order and the actual cost thereof to the County. In the event that vendor fails to make prompt delivery as specified for any item, the same
      conditions as to the rights of the County to purchase in the open market and to reimbursement set forth above shall apply, except when delivery
      is delayed by fire, strike, freight embargo, or Act of God or the government. (b)Cost of inspection or deliveries or offers for delivery, which do
      not meet specifications, will be borne by the vendor. (c) The rights and remedies of the County provided above shall not be exclusive and are
      in addition to any other rights and remedies provided by law or under the contract.
8. Discounts: (a) Terms of less than ten (10) days for cash discount will considered as net. (b) In connection with any discount offered, time will
      be computed from date of complete, satisfactory delivery of the supplies, equipment or services specified in the RFP, or from date correct
      invoices are received by the County at the billing address specified, if the latter date is later than the date of delivery. Payment is deemed to be
      made, for the purpose of earning the discount, on the date of mailing the County warrant check.
9. California Government Code Section 4552: In submitting a bid to a public purchasing body, the bidder offers and agrees that if the bid is
      accepted, it will assign to the purchasing body all rights, title, and interest in and to all causes of action it may have under Section 4 of the
      Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. Sec. 15) or under the Cartwright Act (Chapter 2, commencing with Section 16700, of Part 2 of Division 7 of the
      Business and Professions Code), arising from purchases of goods, materials, or services by the bidder for sale to the purchasing body pursuant to
      the bid. Such assignment shall be made and become effective at the time the purchasing body tenders final payment to the bidder.
10. No guarantee or warranty: The County of Alameda makes no guarantee or warranty as to the condition, completeness or safety of any
      material or equipment that may be traded in on this order.

     THE undersigned acknowledges receipt of above referenced RFP and/or Addenda and offers and agrees to furnish the articles and/or services
     specified on behalf of the vendor indicated below, in accordance with the specifications, terms and conditions of this RFP and Bid
     Acknowledgement.

             Firm:
             Address:
             State/Zip


          By:_______________ ________________________________________________ Date____________ Phone_____________________


          Printed Name Signed Above:_______________________________________________________________________________________


          Title:__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                     RFP No. 900666

                                                                 EXHIBIT L
                                                            RFP VENDOR BID LIST

   Below is the Vendor Bid List for this project consisting of vendors who have responded to RFI No. 900666,
   and/or been issued a copy of this RFP. This Vendor Bid List is being provided for informational purposes to
   assist bidders in making contact with other businesses as needed to develop local small and emerging business
   subcontracting relationships to meet the requirements of the Small Local Emerging Business (SLEB) Program
   (described within this RFP). For additional information regarding the SLEB Program, please visit our website at
   http://www.acgov.org/auditor/sleb/ and/or contact the Auditor- Controller’s Office of Contract Compliance
   (OCC) located at 1221 Oak St., Rm. 249, Oakland, CA 94612 at Tel: (510) 891-5500, Fax: (510) 272-6502 or via
   E-mail at ACSLEBcompliance@acgov.org

   Vendors who attended the Networking/Bidders Conferences have been added to the Vendor Bid List. Please see
   the RFP sections entitled ‘Calendar of Events’ and ‘Networking/Bidders Conferences’ for additional information.
   The Networking/Bidders Conferences scheduled for all current projects are posted on the GSA Calendar of
   Events website at http://www.acgov.org/calendar_app/DisplayListServlet?site=Internet&ag=GSA&ty=PUR.
   This RFP Addendum is being issued to all vendors on the Vendor Bid List; the following revised vendor list
   includes contact information for each vendor attendee at the Networking/Bidders Conferences.




                                RFP No. 900666 - Pharmacy Benefit Management
Business Name                     Contact            Phone            Address                       City          St   Email
informedRX                        Bill Fletcher      480-471-4628     8444 N. 90th St., Suite 100   Scottsdale    AZ   bill.fletcher@sxc.com
MedImpact                         Rachel Saldivar    858-790-6361     10680 Treena St., 5th Floor San Diego       CA   rachel.saldivar@medimpact.com
MedImpact Healthcare Systems      Bill Francis       (858) 790-5621 10680 Treena St., Ste 500       San Diego     CA   bill.francis@medimpact.com
Ramsell Corporation               Tim Murrill        510-587-26-29    200 Webster St., Suite 200    Oakland       CA   tmurrill@ramsellcorp.com
Express Scripts, Inc.             Barry Rosenthal    (952) 893-4676 1 Express Way, HQ 1E01          St. Louis     MO   RFP-mailbox@express-scripts.com
US Script, Inc.                   Elisa McNamara     (559) 244-3790 2425 West Shaw Ave.             Fresno        CA   emcnamara@usscript.com
Nichols Hill Prescription Pharmacy Benjamin Yuh      (510) 893-8841 2844 Summit St.                 Oakland       CA   nicholsrx@yahoo.com
Walgreens Health Initiative       Michelle Barker    (602) 705-5107 102 Wilmot                      Deerfield     IL   michelle.barker@walgreens.com
ValueOptions of California        Eric Van Allen     (913) 680-9479 10805 Holder St. Ste. 300       Cypress       CA   eric.vanallen@valueoptions.com
NEChealth/CaptureRx               Edward Gilmartin   (210) 587-1311 14603 Huebner Rd., Bldg 2       San Antonio   TX   ed.gilmartin@nechealth.com
Prescription Solutions            Rob Higdon         (508) 993-8132 2300 Main St.                   Irvine        CA   rob.higdon@prescriptionsolutions.com
The North Highland Company        Brian Jones        (916) 329-7300 770 L Street, Ste 950           Sacramento    CA   ca.gov@northhighland.com
ALAMEDA COUNTY
 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES



                COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                     RFP No. 900666
                          for
   Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) Services Program

                      EXHIBIT P


                   FORMULARY




             EXHIBIT P – 2009 BHCS FORMULARY
                          Page 1 of 8
ALAMEDA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
MEDICATION FORMULARY

ANTIDEPRESSANTS

Serotonin Selective Reuptake Inhibitors
                                                    Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
citalopram          10, 20, 40 mg, 10 mg/5cc           $ 0.35              No
escitalopram        10, 20 mg                          $ 3.05              Yes
fluoxetine          10, 20 mg, 40 mg, 20 mg/5 ml       $ 0.25              Yes
fluvoxamine         25, 50, 100 mg                     $ 1.70              Yes
paroxetine          10, 20, 30, 40 mg, 10 mg/5 ml      $ 0.43              Yes
sertraline          25, 50, 100 mg, 20 mg/cc           $ 0.21              Yes

Miscellaneous Agents
                                                    Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
bupropion           75, 100 mg, 100mg SR, 150mg        $ 0.83              Yes          Only brand name covered by
                    SR, 200mg SR                                                        Medi-Cal
mirtazapine         15, 30, 45mg, sol tabs             $ 0.60             Yes
phenelzine          15 mg                              $ 1.65             No            Not covered by Medi-Cal
trazodone           50, 100, 150 mg                    $ 0.15             Yes
venlafaxine         25, 37.5, 75, 100, 150 mg          $ 5.57             Yes           Only brand name covered by
                    XR: 37.5 mg, 75 mg, 150 mg                                          Medi-Cal
duloxetine          20, 30, 60 mg                       $6.05             Yes




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 ALAMEDA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
 MEDICATION FORMULARY

 Tricyclic Compounds Sizes
                                                        Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
  amitriptyline      10, 25, 50 mg, 100 mg                 $ 0.30              Yes
 clomipramine        25, 50, 75 mg                         $ 1.65              Yes
 desipramine         10, 25, 50, 75, 100, 150 mg           $ 2.30              Yes
 doxepin             10, 25, 50, 75, 100, 150 mg           $ 0.50              Yes
 imipramine          10, 25, 50 mg                         $ 0.75              Yes
 nortriptyline       10, 25, 50, 75 mg                     $ 0.40              Yes
 protriptyline       5, 10 mg                              $ 1.60              Yes

 Bold = Not covered by Medi-Cal

 ANTIPSYCHOTICS

2ND Generation (Atypical Antipsychotics)
                                                        Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
 aripiprazole        2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30                  $ 14.50             Yes          BHCS restriction: one tablet maximum per
                                                                                            day (QD dosing)
 olanzapine          2.5, 5, 7.5, 10, 15mg, 20mg, &        $ 18.60            Yes
                     Zydis
 quetiapine          25, 100, 200, 300, 400 mg &           $ 11.50            Yes
                     XR 50, 150, 200, 300, 400mg
 risperidone         0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4 mg, 1 mg/ml soln      $ 2.60             Yes
                     & M-tabs 0.5, 1, 2 mg
 ziprasidone         20, 40, 60, 80 mg                     $11.85             Yes           BHCS restriction: two capsules maximum
                                                                                            per day. Restricted to age 6 and older.




                                              EXHIBIT P – 2009 BHCS FORMULARY
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ALAMEDA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
MEDICATION FORMULARY

Application/Approval Necessary Prior to Dispensing
clozapine           25, 100 mg                           $11.20       Yes

1st Generation
chlorpromazine      10, 25, 50, 100, 200 mg, 10           $ .05       Yes
                    mg/5 ml, 30 mg/ml, 100mg/ml
fluphenazine        1, 2.5, 10 mg, 0.5 mg/ml, 5           $ .30       Yes
                    mg/ml, 2.5 mg/cc (inj)
fluphenazine dec.   25 mg/cc (inj)                      25mg inj =    Yes
                                                          $20.00
haloperidol         0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 mg, 2 mg/ml,     $ .05       Yes
                    5 mg/cc (inj)
haloperidol dec.    50 mg/cc (inj), 100 mg/cc (inj)     50 mg inj=    Yes
                                                          $28.00
loxapine            5, 10, 25, 50 mg                      $ .50       Yes
molindone           5, 10, 25, 50, 100 mg, 20 mg/ml       $ 1.35      Yes
perphenazine        2, 4, 8, 16 mg, 16 mg/5 ml,           $ .50       Yes      Restricted to individuals 6 yrs & older
                    5mg/cc (inj)
pimozide            2 mg                                  $ .35       No       Not covered by Medi-Cal
thioridazine        10, 15, 25, 50, 100, 150, 200         $ .05       Yes      Restricted to individuals 6 yrs & older
                    mg, 30 mg/ml, 100 mg/ml
thiothixene         1, 2, 5, 10, 20 mg, 5 mg/ml           $ .20       Yes
trifluoperazine     2, 5, 10 mg                           $ .40       Yes      Restricted to individuals 6 yrs & older




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ALAMEDA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
MEDICATION FORMULARY

MOOD STABILIZERS

                                                   Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
carbamazepine       100, 200 mg, 100 mg/5 ml          $ 0.60              Yes
divalproex          125, 250, 500 mg, 500 mg          $ 1.20              Yes
lamotrigine         25, 100, 150, 200 mg              $ 6.90              Yes          Only brand name covered by
                                                                                       Medi-Cal
lithium carbonate   150 mg, 300 mg                    $ 0.70             Yes
lithium CR          300, 450 mg                       $ 1.50             No            Not covered by Medi-Cal
Oxcarbazepine       150, 300, 600 mg                  $9.90              Yes           Only brand name covered by
(Trileptal)                                                                            Medi-Cal
valproic acid       250 mg, 250 mg/5 ml               $ 2.10             Yes

ANTIPARKINSONIAN/ANTIDYSKINETIC AGENTS

                                                   Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
amantadine          100 mg cap, 50 mg/5 ml            $ .10               Yes
atenolol            25, 50, 100 mg                    $ .05               Yes
benztropine         0.5, 1, 2 mg, 1 mg/cc (inj)       $ .05               Yes
diphenhydramine     25 mg, 50 mg, 10 mg/ml, 50        $ .05               Yes          25 mg not covered by Medi-Cal
                    mg/cc (inj)
propranolol         10, 20, 40, 60, 80, 90 mg, 4      $ .05              Yes
                    mg/ml
                    8 mg/ml
trihexyphenidyl     2, 5 mg, 2 mg/5 ml                $ .25              Yes




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ALAMEDA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
MEDICATION FORMULARY

ANTIANXIETY/HYPNOTICS
                                                  Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
alprazolam            0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 mg             $ .10               No           Not covered by Medi-Cal
clonazepam            0.5, 1, 2 mg                   $ .60               Yes          Medi-Cal = 90 day limit
diazepam              2 – 20 mg tab                  $ .05               No           Not covered by Medi-Cal
flurazepam            15, 30 mg                      $ .05               Yes          Medi-Cal = Restricted to use in tx of
                                                                                      insomnia
lorazepam             0.5, 1, 2 mg                   $ .25              Yes           Medi-Cal = Max tabs #30, 3 rxs per
                                                                                      75 days
temazepam             15, 30 mg                      $ .05              Yes           Medi-Cal = Restricted to use in tx of
                                                                                      insomnia
triazolam             0.125, 0.25 mg                 $ .25              Yes           Medi-Cal = Restricted to use in tx of
                                                                                      insomnia
Non-Benzodiazepines
buspirone             5, 10, 30 mg                   $ 1.40             Yes
chloral hydrate       250, 500 mg                    $ .25              Yes
zolpidem              5, 10 mg                       $ .85              Yes           Medi-Cal = Restricted to use in
                                                                                      treatment of insomnia




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ALAMEDA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
MEDICATION FORMULARY

PSYCHOSTIMULANTS

                                                Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
dextroamphetamine    5, 10 mg,                      $ .20              Yes          Medi-Cal = Restricted to Attention
                                                                                    Deficit Disorder age 4-16
dextroamphetamine    5, 10, 15 mg                  $ 1.10              No           Not covered by Medi-Cal
sustained release
dexmethylphenidate   5, 10, 15, 20 mg               $6.50             Yes           Only brand name covered by
HCL (Focalin XR)                                                                    Medi-Cal. Restricted to use in
                                                                                    ADD & patients 4-16 yrs.
methylphenidate      5, 10, 20 mg                  $ .20              Yes           Medi-Cal = Restricted to Attention
                                                                                    Deficit Disorder age 4-16
methylphenidate CD   20 mg                         $   .65             No           Not covered by Medi-Cal
(Metadate CD)
methylphenidate LA   10, 20, 30, 40 mg             $ .70               No           Not covered by Medi-Cal
(Ritalin LA)
methylphenidate XR   18, 27, 36, 54 mg             $ 3.37              No           Not covered by Medi-Cal, unless
(Concerta)                                                                          prev. disp. prior to 12/1/2004 &
                                                                                    within 100 days of last Rx




                                         EXHIBIT P – 2009 BHCS FORMULARY
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ALAMEDA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
MEDICATION FORMULARY

MISC. AGENTS
                                                       Avg $ per Day   Covered Medi-Cal?   Notes
acamprosate                    333 mg                     $ 4.00              No
clonidine                      0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.5 mg      $ .05               Yes
                               Patch: 2.5, 5.0, 7.5
                               mg
docusate sodium                100, 250 mg                $   .05            Yes
guanfacine                     1 mg, 2 mg                 $   .35            Yes
hydroxyzine                    10, 25, 50 mg              $   .05            Yes
levothyroxine                  all strengths              $   .05            Yes
nicotine gum                   2, 4 mg                    $   .35            No
nicotine transdermal patches   7, 14, 21 mg/24 hr.        $   .70            Yes           Medi-Cal: limited to ten weeks
Metamucil powder               390 g                      $   .10            Yes
vit E cap                      all strengths              $   .05            No            Not covered by Medi-Cal
multivit/minerals              Generic Centrum            $   .05            No            Not covered by Medi-Cal




Rev: 8/1/2008, 2/11/2009




                                            EXHIBIT P – 2009 BHCS FORMULARY
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                    COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                         RFP No. 900666
                              for
       Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) Services Program

                                              EXHIBIT Q
     ALAMEDA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
                                     PHARMACY NETWORK
ALAMEDA                                                                        Telephone        Fax
CVS Store #09250          885 A Island Drive             Alameda 94501         (510) 865-2155   (510) 864-7079
CVS Store #09255          931 Marina Village Parkway     Alameda 94501         (510) 523-3504   (510) 523-4938
CVS Store #09128          2314 Santa Clara Avenue        Alameda 94501         (510) 523-4929   (510) 523-3430
Safeway Pharmacy          2227 South Shore Center        Alameda 94501         (510) 863-9004   (510) 863-9005
BERKELEY
CVS Store #03026          2300 Shattuck Avenue           Berkeley 94704        (510) 549-4255   (510) 549-4264
CVS Store #09941          1451 Shattuck Avenue           Berkeley 94709        (510) 849-0484   (510) 849-1041
CASTRO VALLEY
CVS Store #09904          3667 Castro Valley Boulevard   Castro Valley 94546   (510) 538-1227   (510) 538-3935
DUBLIN
CVS Store #03024          7201 Regional Street           Dublin 94568          (925) 828-3823   (925) 828-4942
EL CERRITO
CVS Store #03053          10650 San Pablo Avenue         El Cerrito 94530      (510) 527-5110   (510) 527-6138
CVS Store #09086          670 El Cerrito Plaza           El Cerrito 94530      (510) 524-5895   (510) 527-4938
EMERYVILLE
CVS Store #09553          4349 San Pablo Avenue          Emeryville 94608      (510) 653-0526   (510) 653-0560
FREMONT
CVS Store #09234          46445 Mission Boulevard        Fremont 94536         (510) 656-2467   (510) 438-0302
CVS Store #09099          4020 Fremont Hub Center        Fremont 94538         (510) 797-5505   (510) 797-3587
CVS Store #09600          35720 Fremont Blvd             Fremont 94536         (510) 792-5100   (510) 792-2482
                          (Brookvale)
CVS Store #00331          2000 Driscoll Road             Fremont 94539         (510) 770-8571   (510) 770-8784
HAYWARD
CVS Store #09622          243 West Jackson Street        Hayward 94544         (510) 783-0330   (510) 786-2892
CVS Store #00816          22501 Foothill Boulevard       Hayward 94541         (510) 881-9474   (510) 881-9479
Medicine Chest            925 “B” Street                 Hayward 94541         (510) 538-9711   (510) 538-3204
LIVERMORE
CVS Store #09678          1500 First Street              Livermore 94550       (925) 455-5580   (925) 455-5060
CVS Store #09397          4405 First Street              Livermore 94550       (925) 373-8124   (925) 373-4794
NEWARK
CVS Store #09494          35080 Newark Boulevard         Newark 94560          (510) 796-4050   (510) 796-2963
OAKLAND
The Apothecary            7200 Bancroft Ave., #268       Oakland 94605         (510) 638-7323   (510) 430-2860
New Oakland Pharmacy      388 9th Street                 Oakland 94607         (510) 763-3282   (510) 763-8077
New Oakland Pharmacy #1   333 9th Street                 Oakland 94607         (510) 628-0368   (510) 628-0323
La Clinica de la Raza     3451 E. 12th Street            Oakland 94601         (510) 535-3375   (510) 535-4169
Midtown Pharmacy          201 3rd St., #102              Oakland 94607         (510) 451-0100   (510) 251-9467
2nd Street Pharmacy       465 2nd Street                 Oakland 94607         (510) 835-0774   (510) 628-0730
CVS Store #09378          4100 Redwood Road              Oakland 94619         (510) 531-0602   (510) 531-4884
CVS Store #09130          175 41st Street                Oakland 94611         (510) 658-3496   (510) 658-0772
CVS Store #09226          3320 Fruitvale Avenue          Oakland 94602         (510) 530-3156   (510) 530-1082
CVS Store #09929          2000 Mountain Boulevard        Oakland 94611         (510) 339-8535   (510) 339-8648
CVS Store #03023          5100 Broadway                  Oakland 94611         (510) 654-1556   (510) 654-6529
CVS Store #01283          3236 Lakeshore Avenue          Oakland 94611         (510) 451-1753   (510) 451-1759
CVS Store #09957          344 20th Street                Oakland 94612         (510) 832-8384   (510) 832-0179


                          EXHIBIT Q – PHARMACY NETWORK
                                      Page 1 of 2
PINOLE
CVS Store #09299   1401 Tara Hills Drive         Pinole 94564        (510) 724-8880   (510) 724-1448
PLEASANTON
CVS Store #09251   4225 Rosewood Drive           Pleasanton 94588    (925) 460-8552   (925) 460-5147
Rite Aid #5944     2819 Hopyard Avenue           Pleasanton 94588    (925) 846-8345   (925) 846-6951
SAN LEANDRO
CVS Store #09876   699 Lewelling Boulevard       San Leandro 94579   (510) 351-0951   (510) 351-4526
CVS Store #09635   1188 E. 14th Street           San Leandro 94577   (510) 351-7957   (510) 351-5901
CVS Store #00414   14869 E. 14th Street          San Leandro 94578   (510) 351-2241   (510) 351-5972
CVS Store #09942   1401 Washington Avenue        San Leandro 94577   (510) 483-2810   (510) 483-8015
SAN RAMON
CVS Store #09868   2455 San Ramon Valley Blvd.   San Ramon 94583     (925) 820-7325   (925) 820-0241
CVS Store #09536   490 Market Place              San Ramon 94583     (925) 327-0435   (925) 327-0720
CVS Store #09348   9120 Alcosta Boulevard        San Ramon 94583     (925) 829-9335   (925) 829-7933




                   EXHIBIT Q – PHARMACY NETWORK
                               Page 2 of 2
ALAMEDA COUNTY
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
                COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                     RFP No. 900666
                          for
   Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) Services Program

                     EXHIBIT R


           PSYCHIATRIC PROGRAMS




            EXHIBIT R – PSYCHIATRIC PROGRAMS
                          Page 1 of 3
                                 ALAMEDA COUNTY
                          BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
                                      Programs
1. Alameda CSC                 1429 Oak St., Alameda, CA 94501                   (510) 522-4668
                                                                                 FAX (510) 521-6729
                                    th
2. Access for API              310 8 St., Ste 103, Oakland, CA 94607             (510) 869-7200
                                                                                 FAX (510) 645-1334

3. Access for Latino           1501 Fruitvale Ave., Oakland, CA 94601            (510) 535-6200
                                                                                 FAX (510) 535-4169
                                    th
4. Asian Community Mental      310 8 Street, Ste 201, Oakland, CA 94607          (510) 451-6729
   Health Services                                                               FAX (510) 268-0202

5. BACS                        1814 Franklin St., 4th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612   (510) 272-4797
                                                                                 FAX (510) 839-1849
6. Bonita House                6333 Telegraph Ave., Ste 102, Oakland, CA 94609   (510) 923-0180
                                                                                 FAX (510) 923-0894
7. BOSS North                  1820 Jefferson St., Oakland, CA 94612             (510) 465-0881
                                                                                 FAX (510) 465-5908
8. CONREP                      2055 Fairmont Dr., San Leandro, CA 94578          (510) 667-3950
                                                                                 FAX (510) 667-3903
9. Crisis Response Services    568 West Grand Ave., Oakland, CA 94612            (510) 268-7837
    North                                                                        FAX (510) 451-4703
10. Crisis Response Services   15750 Foothill Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94578       (510) 667-4901
    South                                                                        FAX (510) 667-4964

11. Crisis Response Services   3311 Pacific Ave., Livermore, CA 94550            (925) 371-6874
    Livermore                                                                    FAX (925) 371-1768

12. Criminal Justice MH        2060 Fairmont Dr., San Leandro, CA 94578          (510) 667-3900
                                                                                 FAX (510) 667-3903

13. Dublin High School         8151 Village Parkway, Dublin, CA 94568            (925) 551-6740
                                                                                 (925) 833-3300
                                                                                 FAX (925) 551-6727
                                                                                 FAX (925) 833-3322
14. Eden CSC                   2045 Fairmont Dr., San Leandro, CA 94578          (510) 667-7500
                                                                                 FAX (510) 667-7711
15. Eden Children’s            2045 Fairmont Dr., San Leandro, CA 94578          (510) 667-7540
    Services                                                                     FAX (510) 618-3434

16. FACT                       2551 San Pablo Ave., Oakland, CA 94612            (510) 446-7142
                                                                                 FAX (510) 446-7193
17. Greater HOPE               4360 Central Ave., Fremont, CA 94536              (510) 742-3904
                                                                                 FAX (510) 742-3912
18. Guidance Clinic            2500 Fairmont Drive, San Leandro, CA 94578        (510) 667-3000
                                                                                 FAX (510) 667-3005
19. HOST                       1422 Harrison, Oakland, CA 94612                  (510) 809-1780
                                                                                 FAX (510) 981-8215


                          EXHIBIT R – PSYCHIATRIC PROGRAMS
                                        Page 2 of 3
20. La Clinica de la Raza,      1501 Fruitvale Ave., Oakland, CA 94601              (510) 535-6200
    Casa del Sol                                                                    FAX (510) 535-4169
21. La Familia Counseling       26081 Mocine Ave., Hayward, CA 94544                (510) 881-5921
    Services                                                                        FAX (510) 881-5925

22. Mobile Integrated           3300 Capitol Ave., Fremont, CA 94537                (510) 574-2062
    Assessment & Treatment                                                          FAX (510) 574-2054
    for Seniors
23. Oakland CSC                 7200 Bancroft Ave., Ste. 125, Oakland, CA 94605     (510) 777-3800
                                                                                    FAX (510) 777-3806
24. Oakland Children’s          7200 Bancroft Ave., Suite 125D, Oakland, CA 94605   (510) 777-3870
    Services                                                                        FAX (510) 777-3880
                                       th
25. Sausal Creek Outpt          2620 26 Avenue, Oakland, CA 94601                   (510) 437-2363
    Stabilization Service                                                           FAX (510) 437-2366
26. STAY                        3800 Coolidge Ave., Oakland, CA 94602               (510) 482-2244
                                                                                    FAX (510) 530-2047
27. TIP                         3282 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA 94703                (510) 981-5280
                                                                                    FAX (510) 981-5265
28. Tri-City CSC &              39155 Liberty St., Ste G710, Fremont, CA 94538      (510) 795-2434
    Crisis Response Tri-City                                                        FAX (510) 793-3972
29. Valley CSC &                3730 Hopyard Road, Pleasanton, CA 94588             (925) 560-5880
    Crisis Response Valley                                                          FAX (925) 417-0947
30. West Oakland Mental         700 Adeline St., Oakland, CA 94607                  (510) 835-9610
    Health                                                                          FAX (510) 465-1508
31. Willow Rock Outpatient      2050 Fairmont Drive, San Leandro, CA 94578          (510) 483-3030
    Center                                                                          FAX (510) 483-4277

32. Woodroe Place               22505 Woodroe Ave., Hayward, CA 94541               (510) 537-1688
                                                                                    FAX (510) 537-9222




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