NGO service development grants: Applications close 31 July

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The Network of Alcohol and Other Drugs Agencies (NADA) invites non-government organisations (including Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations) that receive funding from NSW Health to deliver AOD prevention, harm reduction and/or treatment services (via the NSW Ministry of Health or Local Health Districts) to apply for funding under the NGO Service Development Grant Program.

This funding is an initiative from the Special Commission of Inquiry into the Drug Ice (the Ice Inquiry) that identified the need to improve AOD service access, data collection and reporting and culturally safe services for priority populations.

The NGO Service Development program is intended for existing services to upgrade facilities that are aging, in need of maintenance, refurbishment and/or amenity upgrades to better respond to the current demand for AOD services and future needs of people seeking AOD support.

The total funding pool available is $5,880,000.

Applications open: 5 June 2023

Applications close: 31 July 2023

Visit the grants and subsidies page to download the Guidelines for Applicants and relevant application forms and to check the updated FAQ document.

Applications must be submitted via email.


For questions about the application process or the NGO Service Development Grants, please contact Jo Penhallurick, Sector Development Grants Coordinator

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