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Cancer screening grants

The Wellbeing SA 2021-22 cancer screening grants are now open. This funding is provided to increase participation in cervical screening (particularly self collection) and/or bowel screening for eligible people in areas of low socioeconomic status or other vulnerable communities.

To apply for one of the three available grant types, please complete the relevant application form and submit it following the instructions within the form.

Applications close 5.00 pm Friday 25 February 2022.

Clinic extension

Up to $5500 (GST exempt) grants for general practices to offer clinical services outside current service options, for instance out of hours clinics or outreach models.

Strategic partnership grants

Up to $5500 (GST exempt) to support agencies and community groups that have existing relationships with vulnerable groups to undertake comprehensive projects aimed at increasing cancer screening participation.

Small community grants

Up to $1100 (GST exempt) to support community groups and agencies that have existing relationships with vulnerable groups to undertake smaller scale projects aimed at increasing cancer screening participation.

Please note the Aboriginal Men’s Screening Grants will be advertised via a separate process and that the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Well Women’s Screening Program has already been allocated for the 2021-2022 financial year.

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