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The NetPark Wellbeing Project was nominated and achieved highly commended for two categories within the National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards. The two categories NetPark achieved highly commended in were ‘Older adult functional mental health services’ and ‘Specialist and Community Mental Health Rehabilitation’.

These awards happen annually to identify, share, and celebrate positive practice in mental health.

The Positive Practice in Mental Health (PPiMH) Collaborative and the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (NCCMH) are working together to help identify and share examples of how good mental health care can be delivered.

NetPark Wellbeing Highly Commended in the Older adult functional mental health services category
NetPark Wellbeing Highly Commended in the Older adult functional mental health services category

PPiMH is a user-led multi-agency collaborative of 75 organisations including NHS trusts, CCGs, third sector organisations and service user groups. The PPiMH Collaborative’s aim is to raise the profile of mental health with politicians and policy makers and to disseminate good practice in mental health care.

Emma Mills & Ian Wilson of NPWB at the awards

The NCCMH develops guidance for NHS England and NICE, including mental health care pathways. For each pathway there is an implementation guide and helpful resources, with examples of good practice.

NetPark Wellbeing at the National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2021