Organisations encouraged to bid for funding to help victims of domestic abuse in Norfolk
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk has now gone out to market for the provision of specialist support services for victims and survivors of domestic abuse.
The service could run for up to five years and will help female and male victims of domestic abuse as well as importantly, in some cases, children of those receiving support. The £4.6 million contract, managed by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN), will secure a specialist provider or consortium of providers to offer a targeted service for high and medium risk victims of such abuse.
All correspondence, including application and clarification questions will be managed through the national Bluelight EU Supply Portal.
PLEASE NOTE: The closing date for bidding is 22nd January NOT 16th January as stated on the government contracts finder website. OPCCN are seeking to rectify this mistake as soon as possible to avoid any confusion.