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Title: Juvenile Justice


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Rural Residential Adolescent AOD Rehabilitation
Programs Tender Briefing
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General Information
  • The Request For Tender (RFT) is for the provision
    of Rural Residential Adolescent AOD
    Rehabilitation programs in Dubbo and Coffs
    Harbour
  • The RFT opened 26 November 2014 and will close 29
    January 2015 at 1200pm

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General Information
  • To ensure that the correct information is
    provided, all questions regarding the RFT must be
    provided by email to cfp_at_djj.nsw.gov.au
  • The Community Funding Unit will respond directly.
    Any additional relevant information provided in
    response to Tender enquiries may also be
    communicated to Tenderers generally, by means of
    an Addendum.
  • www.justice.nsw.gov.au/juvenile-justice

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General Information
  • No contact is to be made in relation to the RFT
    with other Juvenile Justice staff except at
    formal briefing/presentations arranged as part of
    the RFT process. Unauthorised communication with
    other Juvenile Justice staff or any
    representative of the NSW government may lead to
    disqualification from the RFT process

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General Information
  • Due to the Christmas and New Year period, no
    queries will be answered and no Addenda will be
    posted between 19 December 2014 and 5 January
    2015
  • Responses to questions emailed during that period
    will answered after 5 January 2015

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General Information
  • General responses will be provided at this
    briefing but specific questions will need to be
    provided in writing to cfp_at_djj.nsw.gov.au
  • Maps with the address for the site inspection
    will be handed out at the end of this session

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Description of Requirements
  • The services being purchased through this RFT are
    for the continued operation of the Rural
    Residential Adolescent Drug and Alcohol
    Rehabilitation Units in Dubbo and Coffs Harbour.
  • The programs will continue to be provided in the
    premises currently being used for this purpose.
    The successful Tenderer(s) will be responsible
    for the management of the program as well as the
    premises.
  • Tenderers may tender for one or both of the
    locations. Tenders will be evaluated separately
    for each location.

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Nature and duration of Agreement
  • Two Agreements will be established with
    organisation(s) to undertake the provision of the
    Rural Residential Adolescent AOD Rehabilitation
    Program in Dubbo and Coffs Harbour.
  • The Agreements will be for a term of three years.
    The Draft Standard Funding Agreement is provided
    at Part D of the RFT.
  • The terms of the Draft Standard Funding Agreement
    will form the basis of the Agreements that will
    be entered into with the successful Tenderer(s).

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Funding
  • The Rural Residential Adolescent AOD
    Rehabilitation Programs are jointly funded by the
    NSW and Commonwealth Governments.
  • There will be separate Agreements for the two
    locations with each location being funded for
    approximately 1,320,000 per annum over three
    years.

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Funding (Cont.)
  • SACS Award Supplementation will be provided where
    program staff are employed under the Social,
    Community, Home Care and Disability Service Award
    2010. SACS Award Supplementation is calculated
    separately and the annual allocation will be
    added to each of the three years funding.
  • Juvenile Justice is not in the position to
    guarantee CPI increase from year to year, as this
    is a matter that is determined by NSW Treasury
    and the Commonwealth Government.
  • If CPI is approved by NSW Treasury and/or the
    Commonwealth Government then it will be passed on
    to the successful Tenderer(s) accordingly in the
    second and third years of the agreement.

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General Information
  • The RFT documents are made up of 4 parts
  • RFT Part A (which includes 3 Attachments)
    contains the introduction and description of the
    Requirement
  • RFT Part A - Attachment 1 provides the detail of
    the Service Specifications for the program
  • RFT Part A - Attachments 2 and 3 are included
    because the reporting formats for the program are
    different to those outlined in the Juvenile
    Justice Community Funding Guidelines

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General Information
  • RFT Part A - Attachment 2 Rural Residential
    Adolescent Alcohol and Other Drug Rehabilitation
    Review/Exit Report replaces the JSP Service
    Provider Review/Exit Report

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General Information
  • RFT Part A- Attachment 3 - The Rural Residential
    Adolescent Alcohol and Other Drug Rehabilitation
    Program Quarterly Report replaces the Service
    Delivery Summary Report

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General Information
  • RFT Part B details the terms, conditions and
    procedures governing the tender process.

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General information
  • RFT Part C embodies the offer which is to be
    submitted in accordance with instructions
    contained in Part B and which once submitted
    becomes the Tender.
  • Complete ALL of Part C, as this information will
    be used for evaluation purposes

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General Information
  • RFT Part D contains the Draft Standard Funding
    Agreement which contains the terms and conditions
    of the contractual arrangement proposed to be
    made between the successful Tenderer(s) and
    Juvenile Justice to enable the supply of the
    services to Juvenile Justice.

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Community Funding Guidelines
  • The Juvenile Justice Community Funding Guidelines
    can be found at http//www.juvenile.justice.nsw.go
    v.au/community_funding.htm

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Service Specifications
  • Target Group Young people (both male and female)
    13 to 18 years old who are clients of Juvenile
    Justice and who have a history of significant AOD
    use
  • Program Length 12 week program plus a 12 week
    aftercare program
  • Program staffing The facilities must provide 24
    hour staffing and supervision of the young people

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Service Specifications
  • Program Management - Joint Advisory Committee and
    a Referral Committee will be established and will
    oversee the operation of the program.
  • Both committees will involve representatives from
    Juvenile Justice and the Agency

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Service Specifications
  • Program Referrals
  • will be made by Juvenile Justice and reviewed
    by the Referral Committee
  • can be for young people who live anywhere in
    NSW
  • Program Capacity up to 8 young people at a time

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Service Specifications
  • Program Requirements
  • Individualised plans that include a minimum of 10
    planned sessions per week which includes at least
    four AOD intervention sessions per week
  • Individual and family focussed counselling, as
    well as general health, recreational and other
    programs to facilitate reintegration

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Service Specifications
  • Program Requirements
  • Relationships with local community agencies and
    groups (within Coffs Harbour or Dubbo) to ensure
    local referral pathways to address the needs of
    the young people and facilitate opportunities for
    the young people to engage in community
    activities

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Service Specifications
  • AOD Intervention Program Options
  • The Agency is required to provide an AOD and
    offence focussed treatment program for
    adolescents (AOD Intervention Program) in the
    facility

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Service Specifications
  • The Agency may provide the X Roads AOD
    Intervention Program under license from Juvenile
    Justice or may provide an alternative equivalent
    AOD Intervention Program, as agreed by Juvenile
    Justice

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Service Specifications
  • The X Roads AOD Intervention Program consists of
    45 sessions
  • Requires a minimum of four AOD sessions each week
    with each young person in the facility
  • Each session is designed to be delivered in 30-45
    minutes

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Service Specifications
  • X Roads AOD Intervention Program has three parts
  • Establishing the Journey
  • Travelling the Journey
  • Staying on Track
  • A summary of the program which includes the
    topics covered is included in the handout

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Service Specifications
  • Aftercare Program
  • A 12 week aftercare program for young people who
    have completed the residential component is to be
    provided.
  • The aftercare program is a collaborative strategy
    (in consultation with Juvenile Justice and
    involving other relevant organisations and
    agencies) designed to support the young person
    when they return to their own environment.

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Service Specifications
  • Aftercare Program (cont)
  • The program will outline the frequency and type
    of follow-up support that will be provided.
  • The support must include face-to-face work with
    the young person in their own environment, work
    with their families (when possible), access to
    community-based group work programs as well as
    links to treatment and support services in their
    community.

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Service Specifications
  • Aftercare Program (cont.)
  • The aftercare program will also outline the
    grounds for the young person to be referred again
    in the future and detail a flexible re-entry
    period in cases of relapse.


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Service Specifications
  • Aftercare Program (cont)
  • The face-to-face component of the aftercare
    program may be provided by staff in the Agency
    who are based near where the young person is
    living.
  • The Agency can also engage other local agencies
    to provide this service as sub-contractors.

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Service Specifications
  • Aftercare Program (cont)
  • The expectation is that the young person will be
    contacted by phone at least weekly and that there
    will be at least three face-to-face contacts
    during the 12 weeks.

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Service Specifications
  • Aftercare Program (cont)
  • In cases where a young person exits the program
    prior to completion of the 12 week program, an
    after care component is to be considered on a
    case by case basis by the Referral Committee.
  • In such cases an aftercare program is to be
    completed for consideration by the Referral
    Committee prior to the young persons exit from
    the program.

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Tender Responses
  • Tenderers that are offering to implement an
    equivalent alternative AOD intervention program
    for adolescents (i.e. box 1.3 b. in RFT C has
    been checked) are to provide information at Part
    C Item 4.4 to allow assessment of the
    alternative program against criterion 4 in RFT
    Part A

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Agreement Compliance
  • Nominate all proposed amendments or
    non-compliance to Funding Agreement terms at time
    of tender.
  • Proposed amendments and non-compliances are
    considered as part of the evaluation.
  • If you are successful, no new variations to terms
    and conditions of Agreement will be considered
    after notification or award.

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Tender Lodgement
  • Tender MUST be lodged electronically through the
    NSW Government tenders website .
  • Recommend lodge the day prior to the closing
    date.
  • Recommend that you check for any Addenda prior to
    lodging.
  • Complete tender must be submitted by the Closing
    Date.

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Tender Evaluation
  • Information regarding the Tender Evaluation
    process is available at Part B of the RFT
    documents
  • As part of the Tender evaluation process
    Tenderers may be called upon to attend an
    interview or make a presentation of their proposal

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General Information
  • This presentation and handouts will be posted as
    an Addendum to the RFT within the next week
  • We can answer general questions at this time but
    specific/detailed questions will need to be
    provided in writing to cfp_at_djj.nsw.gov.au

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RFT Addendum No. 3
  • Some references to the Attachments 2 and 3 in RFT
    Part A - Attachment 1 - Service Specifications
    (p.5-7), the numbering of the Attachments is
    incorrect

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RFT Addendum No.3
  • The Rural Residential Adolescent Alcohol and
    Other Drug Rehabilitation Review/Exit Report is
    Attachment 2 in the RFT documents
  • The Rural Residential Adolescent Alcohol and
    Other Drug Rehabilitation Program Quarterly
    Report is Attachment 3 in the RFT documents

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RFT Addendum No. 4
  • The Juvenile Justice web address has recently
    changed to http//www.justice.nsw.gov.au/juvenile-
    justice
  • There may be some references in the RFT documents
    to the previous web address http//www.djj.nsw.gov
    .au. However, this URL will redirect you to the
    new address

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Tender Response
  • CLOSING DATE
  • Thursday, 29 January, 2015
  • CLOSING TIME 1200 pm Sydney Time
  • All RFT Responses are to be lodged within the
    timeframe specified
  • Failure to lodge in time may result in no further
    consideration

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THANK YOUFOR ATTENDING
This presentation has been provided only to
assist tenderers. The Request for Tender
documents should be relied upon for purposes of
preparing your Tender and not information
provided at this presentation.
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