The Community Alcohol Detox Project Management Group: Invitation to Tender

The Community Alcohol Detox Project Management Group

The Community Alcohol Detox Project Management Group: request for tenders to engage services users, community groups and individuals and relevant stakeholders in the development of an Alcohol Detox Manual (ADM)

Project Summary

The Community Alcohol Detox project is a strategic regional response that will cross four Local Drug Task Force areas, D12, Ballyfermot, the Canal Communities and the SICDATF. The project will target individuals who would like to address their alcohol use. The project's strategic vision is to improve the health and well-being of people who have alcohol dependence or are engaged in harmful drinking. It is envisaged that a dedicated worker will work with the Task Force staff and project staff to develop robust interagency protocols in line with the National Drug Rehabilitation Framework. The project aims to build on existing resources and expertise to respond to the impact of problematic alcohol use. The project will work collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders; there will be an investment in staff training and the strengthening of interagency work and consultation with a wide cohort of stakeholder. The project will support projects/services to build their capacity and adapt and respond to emerging needs.

The Project Management Group (PMG) is committed to stakeholder involvement in the design and development of the Alcohol Detox Framework. The PMG withholds the central importance of clear information and guidance for service users and other stakeholders. As part of this, the group wish to develop an Alcohol Detox Manual (ADM) for all stakeholders, which will form part of the Community Alcohol Detox framework. Other elements of the framework consist of training, communications and promotional information, the programme itself, using the National Drugs Rehabilitation Framework (NDRF) and a service user involvement review. Our project ethos adheres to the principles of the Human Right and Equality Commissioner. We want to ensure that people who experience being marginalised are not excluded from the process and have access to information, support and services that meet their needs.

Please see tender document attached below.

Contact and closing date

Please submit by email to at 17.00 on May 28th, 2021.

We plan to commence work by June 2021 and will be completed by October 1st, 2021.
An indicative budget of €15,000 is envisaged for this work.

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Tender Document 74.99 KB

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
27th Apr, 2021
Expiry Date
28th May, 2021