ADHC Eligible Providers
All providers with the “ADHC Eligible Provider” flag have a current Funding Agreement with FACS for disability service providers or have been assessed as eligible to enter into a Funding Agreement with ADHC.
This assessment considers financial solvency, robustness of internal governance arrangements, and compliance, or the ability to become compliant, with the NSW Disability Services Standards.
The “ADHC Eligible Provider” flag is not an endorsement of an individual service provider’s ability to deliver disability services. When allocating your disability funding, you should consider your own individual needs and funding circumstances and seek further advice as necessary.
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