Archive for December, 2010

Telephone and Web Based Young Mental Health Support Tender

Dec 03, 2010 No Comments by Philip Amos

The Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing is seeking applications from mental health and other related services/organisations/consortia to establish a telephone and web based counselling service for youth. The successful applicant will provide free, confidential and anonymous counselling services to young people between the ages of 12 and 25 years with, or at risk of [...]

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Ten New headspace Centres

Dec 03, 2010 No Comments by Philip Amos

headspace, the Commonwealth funded National Youth Mental Health Foundation is seeking expressions of interest for lead agencies in ten new sites around Australia, the first of 30 new headspace centres promised by the Gillard Government. $450,000 in recurrent funding is available for lead agencies in this tender round.  All the details are available here: www.headspace.org.au/about/what-are-we-doing-/new-centres/ A full [...]

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NSW Stronger Together Phase 2 Announced

Dec 03, 2010 No Comments by Philip Amos

The NSW Government has today announced an investment of $2 billion in the second phase of Stronger Together for 2011 – 2016. The plan includes 1,700 new supported accommodation places and 4,500 respite places over the next 5 years for people with a disability.  We expect the new accommodation places to be tendered for under [...]

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Queensland Indigenous Children and Family Centres Tender Open

Dec 02, 2010 No Comments

The Queensland Department of Education and Training is seeking a not-for-profit NGO to deliver children and family centres in Mornington Island, Doomadgee, Mount Isa, Mareeba, Cairns and Ipswich.  $750,000 recurrent funding for 3 years is available under the Indigenous Early Childhood Development program.  Applications close 31 January 2011.  Full details available here:  http://education.qld.gov.au/earlychildhood/indigenous.html Contact Amos [...]

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