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Indigenous Suicide Postvention Services (ISPS)
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The purpose of the Indigenous Suicide Postvention Services (ISPS) grant opportunity is to deliver immediate, culturally appropriate support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and communities following a suicide or other significant trauma.
We are seeking one organisation, or a consortium, to deliver the services nationally.
Applicants must satisfy all the requirements set out in the ISPS grant opportunity guidelines, including the ability to operate a national phone line.
Three years from 1 July 2021 – 30 June 2024
Applications for funding must be submitted using the online application form. The online application form can be found through this link:
To access grant documentation, you must create a login for GrantConnect and sign in. Signing in also means you will be notified about any changes to the documents or the grant round.
You will receive an electronic Application ID Number once your application has been lodged with the National Indigenous Australians Agency
Before lodging an application, you must read and understand the Indigenous Suicide Postvention Grant Opportunity Guidelines. You should also read and understand the application form