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Integrated Alcohol and Drug Behaviour Change Service.

Norfolk County Council | Published March 11, 2017
cpvs
85312300

Norfolk County Council wishes to procure an integrated alcohol and drug behaviour change service, which includes treatment, recovery and builds community resilience for Norfolk adults aged 18 + years. The new service will be recovery focused, delivering a shift towards prevention and early interventions, demonstrates innovation and implements evidence based good practice to deliver the best possible outcomes for individuals and their families. There will be a sharp focus on reducing associated harms caused to children. The new service will be responsible for delivery of a comprehensive and dynamic range of services, to address the alcohol and drug related needs of adults and the consequent impact on their families and wider communities in Norfolk. This will include a flexible range of programmes and interventions across all modalities in each locality. The new service will be a fundamental partner to improve the health and wellbeing of Norfolk residents. It will build on current provision: - Align service within NCC strategic priorities: social care, dementia, criminal justice, children services and learning disabilities. - Work towards community based recovery. - Ensuring the right support is available for people with complex needs i.e. older adults and those with long term conditions, poor mental health, experiencing domestic abuse or those engaged in sex work. - Offering greater integration across the local authority and wider partners - Responding proactively to emerging issues such as exploitation and safeguarding - Integrate with wider lifestyle behaviour changes including stop smoking, weight management, physical activity, mental and physical wellbeing. The new service must show how a truly integrated assessment, treatment and asset based community recovery service will be delivered to meet the requirements and outcomes of the service in Norfolk, paying attention to the need to deliver equitable access, quality and outcomes in all the communities. It needs to show an increased focus on alcohol and brief interventions. The recovery outcomes will be realised by the achievement of the following: - A reduction in crime and reoffending - Sustained education, training and volunteering activity leading to employment - The ability to access and sustain suitable accommodation - Improved relationships with family members, partners and friends - A reduction in harm caused by misusing parents/carers on children and young people - Improving the chances for children and young people to reach their potential through better engagement in education - Increase of safeguarding for vulnerable children, young people and adults. - Freedom from dependence on alcohol and drugs where possible - Prevention of drug related deaths and infection by blood borne viruses - Improvement in mental and physical wellbeing Priority Groups: - Older people 50+ - Pregnant women and people with parenting responsibility - Individuals with co-existing mental health issues and drug/alcohol problems - Individuals who are injecting - Those who are homeless, in inappropriate accommodation or at risk of eviction - Sex workers - Individuals who have not previously accessed treatment - Individuals who are also offending - Those with complex needs - Those in transition from young people's to adult services (19-25 years old) - Those experiencing domestic abuse (including close partner violence). The following services are out of scope: - Young people's services - Prison services The contract length for this procurement is likely to be 5 years with a possible 5 year extension, but the Council has not yet made a final decision. The budget below (based on 10 year contact length) is indicative only at this stage. Estimated cost between 60 000 000 and 65 000 000Currency:GBP Divided into lots? No

Specialised Human Immunodeficiency Virus Services (Adults) in Lancashire and South Cumbria (Inpatient and Outpatient)

NHS ANGLIA COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 13, 2016
cpvs
85100000

NHS England have direct commissioning responsibility for the provision of Human Immunodeficiency Virus inpatient and outpatient services, including the provision of anti retroviral drugs across England. This service is to be provided in accordance with the NHS England national specification, which can be accessed at https://www.england.nhs.uk/commissioning/spec-services/npc-crg/blood-and infection-group-f/f03/ and identifies the requirements to deliver specialist assessment and on-going management of patients diagnosed with HIV infection and associated conditions. This will include inpatient services, the provision of drugs. At this stage, the Commissioners are looking for interested parties to respond to an Invitation Letter, available at the supplier portal.

Residential Rehabilitation Home — Dual Diagnosis

Norfolk County Council | Published January 14, 2017
Winner
St Martins Housing Trust
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 85144000, 85144100

Norfolk County Council has awarded a contract for the provision of a 22 bed residential care home facility for homeless individuals or individuals at risk of becoming homeless, who present with a dual diagnosis. The definition of a dual diagnosis in this context is an individual who presents with co-existing mental health (and/or personality disorder and substance misuse problems (drugs and/or alcohol).

The beds are for individuals undertaking a recovery / integration phase to develop their ability to move on to the community and maintain their mental health and reduced use of substances. Residents eligible for the recovery beds will initially utilise the service for approximately 3-6 months at any 1 time. Longer term stays will be subject to approval by the mental health funding panel and reviewed annually.

Residential Rehabilitation Home - Dual Diagnosis

Norfolk County Council | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
Winner
St Martins Housing Trust
cpvs
85000000

Norfolk County Council has awarded a contract for the provision of a 22 bed residential care home facility for homeless individuals or individuals at risk of becoming homeless, who present with a dual diagnosis. The definition of Dual Diagnosis in this context is "An individual who presents with co-existing mental health (and/or Personality Disorder) and substance misuse problems (drugs and/or alcohol)"

Integrated Alcohol and Drug Behaviour Change Service

Norfolk County Council | Published March 11, 2017
cpvs
85000000, 85140000, 85100000, 85312300

Integrated Alcohol and Drug Behaviour Change Service.

Drug and Alcohol Inpatient Detoxification and Residential Rehabilitation.

Norfolk County Council | Published March 26, 2015
Winner
See Section VI.2
cpvs
85100000, 90743200, 85144000

Norfolk County Council has established a select list of providers for the provision of drug and alcohol inpatient detoxification and residential rehabilitation services.

Drug and Alcohol Inpatient Detoxification and Residential Rehabilitation.

Norfolk County Council | Published January 7, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
cpvs
85100000, 90743200, 85144000, 85100000, 85100000, 90743200, 85144000

Norfolk County Council wishes to establish a select list of providers for the provision of drug and alcohol inpatient detoxification and residential rehabilitation services.

Drug and Alcohol Inpatient Detoxification and Residential Rehabilitation (re-opened).

Norfolk County Council | Published October 24, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
cpvs
85100000, 90743200, 85144000

Norfolk County Council has established a select list of providers for the provision of drug and alcohol inpatient detoxification and residential rehabilitation services and is re-opening the tender which was originally published under Contract Notice 2015/S 004-004430 dated 5.1.2015, to invite further applications.

Drug and Alcohol Inpatient Detoxification and Residential Rehabilitation (re-opened).

Norfolk County Council | Published December 26, 2015
Winner
The Nelson Trust
cpvs
85100000, 90743200, 85144000

Norfolk County Council re-opening of a select list of providers for the provision of drug and alcohol inpatient detoxification and residential rehabilitation services.

Residential Rehabilitation Home — Dual Diagnosis

Norfolk County Council | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 85144100, 85144000

Norfolk County Council is looking to procure the provision of a 22 bed residential care home facility for homeless individuals or individuals at risk of becoming homeless, who present with a dual diagnosis. The definition of a dual diagnosis in this context is  an individual who presents with co-existing mental health (and/or personality disorder and substance misuse problems (drugs and/or alcohol).

The beds are for individuals undertaking a recovery / integration phase to develop their ability to move on to the community and maintain their mental health and reduced use of substances. Residents eligible for the recovery beds will initially utilise the service for approximately 3-6 months at any 1 time. Longer term stays will be subject to approval by the mental health funding panel and reviewed annually.

Although this is a countywide service the home should ideally be located within the Norwich urban area and needs to meet CQC requirements.

The home must be able to demonstrate that it can deliver a psychologically informed environment

When addressing day-to-day issues it is recognised and expected that the home be mindful, up to date and compliant with the law in regards to the possession / dealing / usage of illicit substances.

The home should be able to provide areas within the building where alcohol consumption is permitted / not permitted in order to facilitate and support any change amongst the residents as well as to ensure the safety and well-being of both residents and staff.

Health services

Norfolk County Council | Published January 7, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
cpvs
85100000, 90743200, 85144000

Norfolk County Council wishes to establish a select list of providers for the provision of drug and alcohol inpatient detoxification and residential rehabilitation services.

North West Specialised Human Immunodeficiency Virus Services (Adults) in Lancashire and South Cumbria

N E L Commissioning Support Unit | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 13, 2016
cpvs
85100000

NHS England have direct commissioning responsibility for the provision of Human Immunodeficiency Virus inpatient and outpatient services, including the provision of anti retroviral drugs across England. This service is to be provided in accordance with the NHS England national specification, which can be accessed at https://www.england.nhs.uk/commissioning/spec-services/npc-crg/blood-andinfection-group-f/f03/ and identifies the requirements to deliver specialist assessment and on-going management of patients diagnosed with HIV infection and associated conditions. This will include inpatient services, the provision of drugs, across the geography of Lancashire and South Cumbria. This procurement will be conducted via NECS e-tendering system (PROACTIS), there will be no hard copy documents issued to bidders and all communications between bidders and Commissioners will be conducted via the portal. To express an interest in tendering for this procurement, and (if you have not already done so) please register on the PROACTIS e-tendering portal, which can be found at: www.proactisplaza.com/SupplierPortal and follow the registration instructions. Please note that it is free to register on PROACTIS, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection. The basic principles of UK government procurement will be followed for this procurement utilising the Light Touch Regime in accordance with Regulations 74 to 77 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015 No102). The Contracting Authority will not be bound to comply with any Regulations save those applicable to procurements under the Light Touch Regime. A questionnaire document is available at the supplier portal that requires response.
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