- Contract (Services)
- 5 year
- 24 Feb 2021
- 01 Apr 2016 to 31 Mar 2021
- community health
- core community drug and alcohol services — lot 1 substance misuse treatment service
- alcohol services
- substance misuse treatment service
- transform community services
- core community drug
- miscellaneous health services
- key feature of the new service
- aim of the service
- alcohol service provision
Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London. This does not include services within the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Lot 1: The aim of the service is to: • transform community services in order to bridge the gap between the needs for services and meet the changing substance misuse needs of residents; • embed a culture of active and inventive methods of service user involvement which permeate services delivery; • embody an ethos of ambition for individual success and demonstrate a proactive approach using entrepreneurship, in developing opportunities for individual success and sustainable recovery. The provider(s) will transform adult drug and alcohol service provision and embed a whole systems approach in order to increase the number of people able to achieve sustained recovery from dependence by providing individual support and treatment packages of care. The provider(s) will be required to work in partnership with other providers in the treatment system to transform public services in order to benefit local residents. A key feature of the new service will be the requirement to work across networks in order to improve joint working and integrate pathways. Our services will be more accessible and go out into the community to support people in their own homes and local areas.
Ammendments to Previous Notice
2. Contract value
EUR 21,862,685 23,048,678
|1|| Turning Point (London) |
- 85323000 - Community health services
- 85140000 - Miscellaneous health services
- Contract modified due to additional needs.
Short term solution with a competitive exercise being conducted in parallel for future service provision. Due to the short term nature of this extension it would not have been feasible for an alternative provider to deliver these services for the 3-month period.
- OJEU 096464-2021