Deadline 17th July
This service, part of Humber NHS Foundation Trust, will support a reduction in the current CAMHS waiting list and provide a service to those children that do not meet the CAMHS threshold for acceptance to the service.
The Psychological Intervention Service must ensure that their practitioners are trained in CYP IAPT (Children and Young People Improving Access to Psychological Interventions) and use the CYP IAPT routine outcome measures and experience of service measures as part of their day to day work.
Children and young people, aged from 10-18 years and parents or carers of children aged 5 years upwards will be offered an appropriate face-to-face interventions
For example the interventions to be offered may include:
• Psychological interventions for anxiety and low mood e.g. Behavioural activation, Exposure techniques
• Parenting interventions, e.g. parenting education group
• Working with self harm (low intensity)
• Computerised CBT
• Psychoeducation groups for young people
• Telephone based interventions
The service may only be provided to patients registered with a GP in the NHS Hull CCG and NHS ERY CCG catchment areas.
Deadline 17th July 2018
Cleethorpes is seeing significant investment through the implementation of the ‘Cleethorpes Masterplan’, Coastal Communities Event schedule and the Cleethorpes Regeneration Programme. The results of new private investment can be seen around the town, with new seafront apartments being built, national food outlets arriving and the refurbishment of the award winning Pier. The tender is split into two Lots: Lot 1 – Meridian Showground Lot 2 – Discovery Centre, Sandpit and Paddling Pool Providers can bid for either or both Lots. The successful Provider will deliver an ambition for excellence and a quality events programme that safely achieves successful and varied events, all year round from the Meridian Showground. The successful Provider will take over the full management and day to day operations of the Discovery Centre, Paddling Pool and Sandpit and must meet the costs of delivering associated with this. As this is a Concession Contract the Authority will entrust the successful Provider the right to provide the Service and, rather than pay the Provider, during the concession period the Provider has the benefit of offering the Service for a fee and retaining such fee in order to repay the financing and investments costs, maintain and operate the provision, with an opportunity to make a margin of profit.
For more information please visit the YorTender website here.
Deadline 14th June 2018
The Authority is seeking to commission a Provider who will establish, develop and sustain an open access, accessible drug and alcohol recovery community within North East Lincolnshire. Every year around 170 people end treatment from local service providers for drugs and alcohol related addictions on the basis that they have become drug/alcohol free. Maintaining that status can be a challenging proposition for people with an addiction and success will often depend upon strengthening other aspects of their lives and building up their resilience. North East Lincolnshire would like organisations to inform the specification and set out their vision to North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC) about what form the recovery community could take. As such NELC do not wish to be prescriptive but rather invite organisations to bring their ideas to them. The Authority is requesting all interested organisations to complete the questionnaire available on Yortender. The Authority may wish to invite organisations to a discussion to explore their response in further detail on 3rd July 2018.
For more information please visit the YourTender website here.
Deadline 2nd July
In North East Lincolnshire the Authority works with a broad range of agencies, such as the Police, Health and the third sector, using the ‘One System Approach’. This way of working seeks to address these challenges by working together and putting in place real and lasting change. The Authority is doing this by strengthening our partnership working and investing in areas where the Authority need to improve.
Research indicates that domestic abuse is prevalent in all neighbourhoods and it is not confined to particular communities, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation or social status. With this in mind the Authority needs to ensure that all domestic abuse provision is tailored to meet the needs of all residents of North East Lincolnshire.
The Authority are now looking to commission a voluntary perpetrator programme, offering an opportunity to perpetrators of domestic abuse who are concerned about their own behaviours to change these behaviours. Clearly, working to change the behaviour of perpetrators is paramount in protecting and supporting victims, preventing escalation and decreasing risk.
North East Lincolnshire Special Educational Needs and Disability Independent Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS)
Deadline: 18th June 2018
Gaining access to quality information, advice and support can be a challenge for parents, children and young people who may not be familiar with the law or the statutory guidance. North East Lincolnshire Council is commissioning a Provider to fulfil the Local Authority’s duties to provide a Special Educational Needs and Disability Independent Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) as required by the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice 0-25 years.
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Deadline 7th June
Hull City Council is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced provider to deliver a Community Outreach programme, which aims to increase the uptake of NHS Health Checks across Hull. The service will deliver across a range of settings and specifically support an improvement of the uptake of NHS Health Checks among individuals at increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease. The contract will commence on 1 October 2018 and will run for 18 months, ending 31 March 2020, with an option to extend for up to 2 x 12 month periods.
The contract will be a single lot: A Community Outreach Programme, which will target known health inequalities in communities with respect to identifying individuals at an earlier stage of vascular change.
This service will deliver NHS Health Check assessments in a range of settings (including workplaces and community venues for people who may not attend their GP Practice).
In addition to delivering these services, they are seeking a provider who is able to deliver social value benefits for the City.
Deadline 15th June
The purpose of the Library of Information and Services is to support residents, service users, their families, and carers to understand how care and support services work locally, the range of options available, and how they can access care and support services. The contract is split into two Lots. Lot 1 is to provide a web-based library of information and a searchable directory of regulated, non-regulated, community and voluntary services in Lincolnshire (Start date 09/07/2018). Lot 2 is to provide remote support via telephone, email and live chat/messaging, enabling residents to access information with support from trained advisors (Start date 20/08/2018).