Tenders & Grants
All Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) tenders are managed on our e-Procurement Portal, Tenderlink. To use this system and access tender documents you must first be a registered supplier. There is no charge to register and download documents. To register visit our e-procurement portal on Tenderlink and click the registration button. During the registration process, you will be requested to provide contact details, including an email address, that will be used to notify your organisation of available tenders.
If you have any technical problems using the portal, contact Tenderlink support on:
T: 1800 233 533 (business hours)
E: firstname.lastname@example.org (24 hours a day 7 days a week)
TENDERLINK - WNSW PHN
Current Tenders, Grants & EOIs
WNSW PHN Wellbeing & Resilience Grants
Central West NSW flood affected communities (priority for Eugowra, Forbes, Parkes, Canowindra and Molong)
WNSW PHN has identified the need for Wellbeing and Resilience grants for communities affected by the Western NSW 2022 flood disaster event.
The Wellbeing and Resilience grants will facilitate the delivery of community led and focused wellbeing initiatives that aim to help improve mental health and build up community resilience.
Community initiatives should address the immediate needs of affected communities and contribute to building long-term capacity and resilience. This includes initiatives that focus on community health and wellbeing; that build community resilience and build the capacity of our volunteer and paid workforce.
Funding up to $20,000 is available per application, with the amount received dependent on receipt of a credible budget.
Applications will remain open to 31 December 2023 or until funds are exhausted, or the WNSW PHN closes off applications via the WNSW PHN website.
Community Wellbeing Grants – NSW Mental Health and Wellbeing Flood and Disaster Recovery
Under the NSW Government's Central West Mental Health and Wellbeing Flood Recovery Package, WNSW PHN is offering Community Wellbeing Grants to support rural communities that have been affected by recent natural disasters.
The grant will facilitate the delivery of community led and focused wellbeing initiatives to help improve mental health and build community resilience across our region. Funding is available for any amount from $1,000 through to $20,000 for each application.
We are looking to fund activities and initiatives to support community-led wellbeing, including, but not limited to: social connection events, community events that promote resilience and reduce stigma associated with mental illness, projects that are recovery based and promote community resilience, education & promotion of services available and complementary interventions to improve physical and mental health. The focus is on supporting young people, older residents and Aboriginal communities, however all not-for-profit organisations within the WNSW PHN region can apply, and all applications will be considered.
The grant activity will be conducted in, and support, WNSW PHN flood-affected regions, with priority given to the flood-impacted communities of Eugowra, Parkes, Forbes, Molong and Canowindra.
If this may be of interest to you, please review the guidance document below for further details and contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
How to Apply
To apply, complete the Application Form below. You will need to upload your Activity Budget and Declaration (available below) to the Application Form in order to complete your application.
Applications close: 15 January 2024
Complete grant applications up to $10,000 in value will be evaluated as they are received, and the outcome will be determined within 15 business days. Applications between $10,001 (ex. GST) and $20,000 (ex. GST) will be assessed after closure of the grant round on 15 January 2024. Please allow a minimum of three weeks from the grant closure date for outcomes of applications to be announced.
Application Guidance Document
Western Health Alliance Limited (WHAL) General Grant Conditions
EOI - Credentialled mental health nurses for Western and Far West NSW
The Mental Health Nurse Incentive Program (MHNIP) aim is to support people who have a severe and enduring mental health condition.
The Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) is seeking suitably experienced credentialed mental health nurses throughout the Central West and Far West region to attend an informal discussion to collaborate, share information and ideas around the Mental Health Nurse Incentive Program (MHNIP) including service delivery and service provisions.
The main aim of this service is to provide clinical, psycho-interventions while increasing access to appropriate interventions and other relevant mental health, alcohol and other drug services, reducing unnecessary hospital admissions and promoting trauma informed practices and recovery principles in a safe and meaningful way.
If you are interested in attending, please review the information and eligibility criteria, and complete the Expressions of Interest form.
To be eligible to provide MHNIP services you must possess the following:
- Must be a Registered Nurse with at least 5 years’ experience, working in an acute setting and/or community role with case management experience.
- Be a credentialed mental health nurse through the Australian College of Mental Health
- Have a valid ABN
- Must have professional and personal indemnity insurance of at least $10 million dollars
- Must undergo relevant criminal record check and working with children checks.
- Have a clinical governance framework and understanding of Cultural safety (including working within the WHAL frameworks)
- Must be willing to travel to rural and remote locations.
If you have any questions, please contact:
WNSW PHN Portfolio Lead – Suicide Prevention and Psychosocial Support
Expressions of Interest Form:
WNSW PHN undertakes Procurement in a range of different ways, from the simple procurement of goods and services that meets WNSW PHN essential business requirements through to the complex procurement of goods, services and supplies, particularly in relation to the commissioning of services.
WNSW PHN aims to ensure procurement is undertaken in accordance with best practice, quality principles, complying with financial delegations, all contractual, legislative and regulatory requirements and maximising value for money.
WNSW PHN Procurement abides by the following principles:
- Open and Effective Competition, actively encouraging competition in an endeavour to achieve the best outcome/value per dollar spent, giving fair and reasonable opportunity and consideration to all prospective suppliers, including those operating in the WNSW PHN region, wishing to engage in business with WNSW PHN.
- Value for Money, using public funds to ensure the best performance and return is achieved by using prudent evaluation methods, due consideration to the ‘whole of life costings’ and selection criteria.
- Ethical Behaviour and Fair Dealings through impartiality, advancing the interests of WNSW PHN, ensuring all potential Suppliers are treated fairly and consistently and maintain a high level of professionalism, confidentiality and objectivity ensuring there is no conflict of interest.
- Accountability and Transparency, with careful record-keeping, maintained at all stages of projects, particularly when important decisions are made.
- Sustainable Services, resourced with appropriately qualified clinicians, provided to the target communities regularly, effectively, at a cost that is affordable and funded and provides maximum value for money.
- Evidence-Based Decisions, to procure goods and services based on validated and reliable population health data and in accordance with identified needs.