Chsp Grant Agreements

The eligible body is not obliged to apply for funding. For Group B grants, the department will submit an offer of additional resources to all eligible chSP meal providers. On 2 April 2019, the Australian Government announced the extension of the CHSP funding terms from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2022. The objectives of this grant opportunity are to vary the grant agreements of eligible cogeneration providers to better reflect their performance and local service delivery requirements. In general, the level of financing by cogeneration suppliers remains the same. However, the Department of Health will take advantage of the renewal process to reduce the amount of funding available to CHSP service providers who have not spent all of their grant funds in the past. To qualify for a Group A grant, you must have a government-led grant agreement with the Commonwealth, currently running, in order to be able to provide chSP services. This grant opportunity provides grants to two groups of CHSP providers, Group A chSP providers, who provide all types of activity, and Group B ChSP meal providers. This is a non-application-based process. Eligible organisations are not required to apply for this funding opportunity. We cannot consider your suitability for a grant if you do not meet the eligibility criteria. To apply for a Group A grant, you must complete the CHSP Emergency Support for COVID-19 Proposal, which outlines the proposed model for providing the service and identifies emergency funding needs to address COVID-19.

You can access an application form by contacting your funding arrangement manager or by sending an email CHSPprogram@health.gov.au. ongoing support to more than 900,000 CHSP clients who are currently receiving entry into end-of-life care at home; and Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) – Emergency Assistance to COVID-19 The Commonwealth Home Support Programme aims to help people aged 65 and over (or from 50 for Aborigines and Torres Strait Islander) to live as long as possible in their own homes and communities. extend until 30 June 2022 the financing agreements of current cogeneration providers;. . . .