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  1. Last month Black Thrive Lambeth launched their highly anticipated Culturally Appropriate Peer Support & Advocacy (CAPSA) service that aims to improve the mental wellbeing and recovery journeys of Black communities in Lambeth. The service comes into being after over a year of planning and working with the community to co-produce the Lambeth Living Well Network Alliance’s new offering in culturally appropriate care.

  2. Living Well Network Alliance celebrated at the HSJ Awards

    Representatives for the Lambeth Living Well Network Alliance attended the Health Service Journal Partnership Awards 2022 last night after being shortlisted under ‘Best Mental Health Partnership with the NHS’. The team were also shortlisted alongside Mosaic Clubhouse for their work to support people experiencing mental health issues remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  3. Dr Di Aitken commended at the Mind & Body Awards!

    We’re delighted to announce that Dr Di Aitken received runner up under the Care in the Community category at the King’s Health Partners Mind & Body Awards on Wednesday. Dr Di was nominated for her “exemplar passion and advocacy in driving the support of mental health needs in physical health environments, whilst driving several key activities in Lambeth.”