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CSNSW's Funded Partnerships Initiative (FPI) provides funding to not for profit, non-government organisations to deliver a range of services that support CSNSW in three main areas:
The FPI builds on the previous Community Funding Program (CFP), particularly regarding the increased investment in the area of transitional support services.
The funding commenced on 1 September 2014.
Funded Partnerships Initiative (FPI) Fact Sheet [PDF]
Service 1: Transitional Supported Accommodation
Service 2: Initial Transitional Support (ITS)
Service 3: Extended Reintegration Service
Services will be offered to all eligible offenders including females, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as those from a culturally and linguistically diverse background.
Service 1: Family, Friends and Children's Visitor Support Service
Service 2: Contact Coordination and Support Service
The target groups are children, young persons, family members and friends who are visiting or seeking contact with inmates in custody
Service 1: Victim Impact and Risk Management Seminars
Services to address victim issues in offender programs and assist partners of offenders participating in the Domestic Abuse Program.