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Life Saving Veteran Project wins 5 National Awards

North East mental health support project scoops five awards in its first year.

This life-saving project supports veterans and their families waiting for Op Courage and the NHS mental health services and
also provides long-term support for veterans and their families being discharged from the services.

The project provides lots of different mental health and addiction support services including outdoor therapy.

 

 

It also provides counselling, therapy, and support groups for veterans and their families. The project is staffed by dedicated professionals who understand the unique challenges that veterans face and are committed to helping veterans find employment and succeed.

The project was launched just over a year ago and has already received five awards for its work in supporting veterans and their families. The first award was the Gold Covenant Award, which was presented to the project lead, Eric, for his work in supporting veterans and their families. This award recognises the outstanding work that the project has done in supporting veterans and their families.

The second award was the Inspirational Story award, which was presented to the CEO of Anxious Minds, Eddie, for his work in supporting veterans and their families. This award recognises the outstanding work that the CEO has done in supporting veterans and their families.

The third award was the Mental Health and Wellbeing award, which was presented to the project for its work in supporting veterans and their families. This award recognises the outstanding work that the project has done in supporting veterans and their families.

The fourth award was the Best Practice award, which was presented to the project for its work in supporting veterans and their families. This award recognises the outstanding work that the project has done in supporting veterans and their families.

The fifth award was the Partnership award, which was presented to the project for its work in supporting veterans and their families. This award recognises the outstanding work that the project has done in supporting veterans and their families.

In conclusion, Anxious Minds is proud to have received these awards for its work in supporting veterans and their families. The project is committed to providing the best possible support to veterans and their families and will continue to do so in the future. We are also proud to be a member of the Counselling Directory as a charity member. This great site is helping people to get fast access to mental health provisional’s across the UK and to support veterans and their families.

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