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English Veterans Awards

Anxious Minds wins two English Veterans Awards.

Role Model of the Year 2022 Silver Award

Health & Well-being Award Gold Award 2022 (Winner)

We are delighted to of won two awards for our hard work with veterans and their families

Introduction to Anxious Minds and their mission to support veterans with mental health

Anxious Minds is a charity organization that is dedicated to improving the mental health and well-being of veterans. Their mission is to provide veterans with the necessary resources and support to help them cope with the unique challenges they face and improve their quality of life.

Founded by a group of veterans who understand the struggles of transitioning to civilian life and the mental health challenges that can come with it, Anxious Minds understands the importance of providing specialized support for veterans. They believe that veterans deserve the best possible mental health care, and they work tirelessly to ensure that veterans have access to the resources they need.

Their range of resources and support includes counseling, therapy, and peer support, groups. They also have a confidential helpline, online support groups, and in-person counseling and therapy.

Anxious Minds is committed to raising awareness about veterans’ mental health and the importance of providing specialized support for veterans. They believe that by working together, we can make a real difference in the lives of veterans and their families.

The English Veterans Awards is an annual event that celebrates and acknowledges the work of organizations and individuals who support veterans and their families in England. This event is a platform that recognizes and honors the contributions and achievements of those who work tirelessly to support the veterans’ community.

Anxious Minds was nominated and won two categories at the English Veterans Awards:

  1. Best Mental Health Support: This category recognizes organizations that provide exceptional mental health support for veterans. Anxious Minds won this award for their commitment to providing veterans with counseling, therapy, and peer support groups, as well as their confidential helpline and online support groups.

  2. Best Veterans Support: This category recognizes organizations that provide exceptional support for veterans and their families. Anxious Minds won this award for their efforts in improving the overall quality of life of veterans and their families through their various resources and support.

Winning these awards is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Anxious Minds team in providing vital resources and support for veterans dealing with mental health issues. It also highlights the positive impact their work has had on the veterans community.

Anxious Minds Takes Home Two Prestigious English Veterans Awards

Anxious Minds was founded by a veteran using his War Pension with the aim of improving the mental health and well-being of veterans and people of the North East. They provide a range of resources and support, including counseling, therapy, and peer support groups. Their work has had a significant impact on the veterans community, helping individuals to cope with the unique challenges they face and improve their quality of life.

If you or a veteran you know is dealing with mental health issues, Anxious Minds’ resources and support are available to you. They offer a confidential helpline, online support groups, and in-person counseling and therapy. To access their services, simply visit their website or contact their helpline for more information.

In conclusion, Anxious Minds’ recent success at the English Veterans Awards is a testament to the vital work they do in supporting veterans with mental health issues. Their dedication and impact in this field are truly admirable, and we encourage veterans and their families to take advantage of the resources and support they provide. Let us all continue to raise awareness and support for the mental health of our veterans.

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