Tender for the provision of One Stop Shop Services across Northern Ireland

The Public Health Agency (PHA) wishes to tender for the provision of One Stop Shop Services across Northern Ireland to cater for the health improvement needs of children and young people aged 11-25.

The Public Health Agency (PHA) wishes to tender for the provision of One Stop Shop Services across Northern Ireland to cater for the health improvement needs of children and young people aged 11-25.  This follows the piloting of a number of models across Northern Ireland over the last 18 months. The independent report of this evaluation is availabe here

A One Stop Shop Service aims to provide a youth friendly, holistic health and well-being service. The service should be a hub where young people will have opportunities to socialise in an alcohol and drug-free environment and avail of information, advice and support on a range of issues from relevant services both on site and off-site with the support of staff of the One Stop Shop.

The tender process for this service will go on the Bravo website at the end of November.  In order to apply interested organisations must register with this site.  An advertisement will be place in the Belfast Telegraph, but organisations are advised to check the website once registered.

For details on how to register, please see the attached document.

An information session on how to complete the tendering process will be held shortly.  Any organisation wishing to attend should contact: [email protected] to register their interest.

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