The Harmless team are extremely pleased to announce that we won an award at last night’s ‘National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2014.’
Harmless were winners of the ‘innovation in children and adolescent mental health service award’ which is given to a service/team working with children, adolescents and young people who have developed innovative ways of working and involving those in the service.
We are extremely proud that our work in the field of self harm has been recognised on a national level. Our team are dedicated and passionate about the work that we do and being acknowledged by service users and our peers is truly fantastic.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank and congratulate the organisers who put on a wonderful event, with a special mention to Tony and Angie Russell. Our team are extremely grateful that we were part of an evening which celebrated and recognised excellence in mental health and mental health services.
You can find out more information about the awards via this link http://positivepracticemh.com/
Harmless will find out tonight if they have won an award at the ‘The National Positive Practice Awards in Mental Health 2014.’ Representatives of Harmless, who are nominated for the vital work we do in the field of self harm and mental health, will attend the awards celebration in Sheffield.
Harmless is short-listed for the ‘Innovation in Child, Adolescent and Young People’s Mental Health’ which is given to a service/team working with children, adolescents or young people who have developed innovative ways of working, and involving their patients in the service.
Although we are extremely proud to be nominated, we have our fingers crossed that we can go on and win! We are looking forward to attending what will be a fantastic night, celebrating all that is positive in mental health.
We work hard to establish ourselves as a leading voice around self harm and continue to change the lives of the people we support now and in the future. This award is about identifying and disseminating positive practice and innovation; getting nominated highlights the work we do around self harm on a national level.