DLH Holdings Corp. announced March 28 that the company has been awarded the U.S. Navy’s Clinical Preceptorship Program (CPP) contract. The base contract with options has a total value of $6.5 million for DLH.
“We have a solid track record of producing results — a 14-year history of providing qualified professionals to support Navy counselors in achieving maximum effectiveness via on-the-job mentoring and in-depth clinical supervision,” DLH Mission Services and Solutions President Helene Fisher said. “Our record of exemplary service is gratifying. Going forward, we will continue to provide first-rate service through our corporate commitment to excellence in support of our service members’ readiness and resiliency, in a manner consistent with the Navy’s commitment to readiness sustainability.”
“Our overall mission is continuous program improvement through quality service and designated counselors. We will continue to meet expectations by adhering to current standards and by remaining sensitive to the health counseling needs of the Department of the Navy, our military personnel and their families,” DLH Executive Vice President John Armstrong, FACHE (USA, COL, RET) said.
DLH Mission Services and Solutions has managed the CPP since 2003, providing senior behavioral health practitioners who deliver clinical supervision, training and mentoring to the Navy’s Alcohol and Drug Counselors. This work has supported clinical supervision of counselors working in more than 50 substance abuse rehabilitation programs worldwide. The goal of these expert providers is to help U.S. Navy counselors in increasing their counseling capabilities by providing specialized training for continuous improvement of quality service delivery.