The OHFSS Self-Assessment is mandatory for CCT applications valued above $90,000.
The Organisational Health Framework for Social Services (OHFSS) Self-Assessment is a tool to help SSAs reflect upon and assess their strengths and areas of development for the different capability areas. Through the assessment, SSAs can better prioritise
and plan efforts in capability building. This will also guide SSAs in which schemes under the CCT to apply for.
SSAs are required to assess their Organisational Health Index (OHI) scores using the OHFSS Self-Assessment for CCT applications valued over $90,000.
SSAs are required to conduct the OHFSS Self-Assessment no less than 3 years before any CCT applications valued over $90,000.
The OHI scores will not affect the outcomes of CCT applications. The scores will only be used by NCSS to understand and track the sector’s organisational health, which will inform the design of future CCT schemes and initiatives to better support
Visit the OHFSS website for more information on the OHFSS and to access the OHFSS Self-Assessment.