Funding Step 1 of 8 - Alignment 12% Before you begin this exercise, you may wish you read our guide to developing a fundraising proposal. Each of the sections below are designed to help you to complete a template funding proposal, which is downloadable. Just complete each box with information relevant to your area, using the keywords for reference, and click the download button at the bottom.AlignmentYour proposal will need to be grounded in a whole locality approach, with strong evidence of the involvement and alignment of all of the relevant agencies and stakeholders. Summarise existing suicide prevention and bereavement support policies locally Describe your delivery structure for the planned service The oversight structures of the planned service How you will work with other agencies and stakeholders Integrating lived experience into the service Evidence of consultation in developing this proposal Your notes Useful tools and resources PHE Guidelines PHE Fingertips and Plan Summary Database Cross Government Suicide Prevention Workplan Save Form and Continue Later PreparationIn this section, you will need to outline in more detail how the proposed service will work within the structures and systems already in place locally. By clearly identifying gaps in provision and ensuring that the service enhances rather than confuses the local picture, decision makers can be clear on need and on meeting that need. Evidence of existing provision audit Summarise all relevant organisations and stakeholders. You may find it useful and clearer to summarise this graphically to show relationships between stakeholders. The support and service landscape. Think about the following: Health & Wellbeing, Safeguarding, Crisis Care Local Authority, Public Health, Statutory Services Police Services Emergency Services Primary & Secondary Care NHS Trust & CCG Commissioning Third Sector Services Community Structure & Services Pastoral & Faith Based Resources Local Suicide Prevention Campaigns Sanctuaries & Safe Spaces Existing contracts, partnerships and initiatives Identified service gap Your notes Save Form and Continue Later DataA robust proposal will make best use of data and demographic information to fully inform the service plan. This section will help you to think about what data exists already and what you may need to develop/capture. Include a detailed demographic analysis of the locality Local suicide data, e.g. demographic composition, methods, hotspots, local drivers and challenges) Baseline against which service effectiveness can be evaluated. This is critical and will likely require research above and beyond what already exists. Service demand forecasting based on data (including any information on contagion and clusters) Data capture and performance assessment Real Time Surveillance and Referral methods Data fieldUseful tools and resourcesPHE Local Suicide Data NCISH - National Report & Data ONS Datasets Save Form and Continue Later GovernanceThis is where you outline in more detail the ownership, governance and leadership of the planned service. Oversight function (STP, ICS, CCG, etc) Nominated leadership organisation and personnel if known] Accountability and reporting lines Frequency and nature of reporting methods Proposed funding pathways Personnel management and oversight Continuity planning Your notes Save Form and Continue Later Human resourcesSuicide bereavement is a specialist and demanding field. Recruiting and training appropriately skilled and trained personnel will be essential in delivering your service. Full-time and fully dedicated suicide support officers should be considered the default service template. Use this section to outline your planned structure and management plan. Staff profile appropriate to local demographic and all age groups (including children) Staff accreditation ad memberships (current or proposed) How many full-time dedicated WTE roles and how this relates to projected demand Continuity and workload planning Continued Professional Development How lived experience will be integrated throughout the staffing structure Staff support processes and policies Your notes Save Form and Continue Later Scope of serviceThis section gives you the opportunity to include more detail about the scope of the proposed service. There is no one size fits all approach to delivering a service, so the ideal scenario is the development of a service that meets local need. Extensive knowledge of local systems, contacts, resources and pathways is imperative. We have outlined the necessary essential elements, as well as the optimum requirements for a service. Essential support functions: bereavement counselling, funeral guidance, Inquest support, police liaison, Serious Incident Reports, dealing with the media, pastoral care, financial support signposting, Citizen’s Advice, Criminal Justice System, NHS referral pathways, private therapy, third sector resources, legal and litigation signposting, children’s services, employment, school liaison, resource provision (e.g Help is at Hand). Optimum delivery format: single point of contact, 24/7 messaging, home visits, choice of service access settings, 48 or 72-hour first contact, support for up to two years, First Responder service integration, free at the point of access. Service gaps and their resolution. Approach to out-of-area deaths. Integration of lived experience. Opportunities for co-working with adjoining localities. Resolution of any boundary ambiguities between STP, ICS, LA, CCG and Trust delimitations. your notesUseful tools and resources Samaritans Media Guidelines PHE Practice Resource Winston's Wish Save Form and Continue Later FinanceYour proposal may be in response to a specific tender, so your financial information will need to fit the format given. This section can help you to identify additional questions and gaps to address in outlining funding structures, management and efficacy. Relationship between suggested and proposed funding Integration with other programmes and funding sources Relationship between suggested and proposed funding. Integration with other programmes and funding sources. Funding relative to projected demand. Financial metrics (e.g per capita spend, return on investment, system cost savings in crisis aversion) Fiscal oversight and administration. Service delivery relative to overhead costs Funding structures which permit support and care for up to two years post-tragedyyour notesUseful tools and resourcesNHSE 5YFV Funding Summary NHS Long Term Plan Dept of Health - The Economic Case Save Form and Continue Later Sustainability and evaluationConsistent and sustainable suicide bereavement support is essential, so ensuring that your service is developed with the future in mind is important. Evaluation, carried out independently where possible, allows constant improvement and refinement. Service sustainability from 24 months after funding allocation Methodology for service consistency and sustainability over time. Sustainable governance Evaluation methods and planning (remembering that independent assessment is preferable) Continuous learning and service refinement Working with partners - ppportunities for enhancing sustainability via inter-locating learning and co-operation Integration with current and likely future policy and funding landscape (including the NHS Long Term Plan)your notesUseful tools and resources Public Health Matters Centre for Public Scrutiny - Local Suicide Strategies NHS Long Term PlanNameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Save Form and Continue Later This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.