Award Winners 2015
Strengthening Citizen Voice – Supported and judged by NSUN
This award recognises voluntary sector organisations that are working to develop and promote the voice of public, patients and citizens in services
Winner: CoolTan Arts
Employment – Supported and judged by The Department of Health
This award considers evidence based models of support which better coordinate mental health and employment support services.
Winner: Mental Health Concern
Integration – Supported and judged by The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services
This award recognises innovative ways of working between the voluntary sector and the NHS/Local Authority to deliver improved outcomes for service users.
Winner: Mosaic Clubhouse
Personalised care and support in mental health award – Supported and judged by TLAP
This award recognises where personalisation has had a substantial impact in transforming individual’s support.
Winner: Action for Asperger’s
Prevention – Supported and judged by Public Health England
As a key priority area for Public Health England, this award will recognise the vital role of the mental health voluntary sector in delivering services which reduce the need for people to access primary and acute care
Winner: STOPsuicide and Depression Alliance
Better crisis care is a key priority of NHS England with the aim to improve the system of care and support so that people in mental health crisis get the right care at the right time, and from the right people. The award will recognise the role the voluntary sector is having in meeting the needs of vulnerable people in crisis.
Winners: Turning Point