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07/12/2017
Thrive Mental Health Commission Awards

Has someone you know helped you through a difficult period?

The Thrive Mental Health Commission Awards are looking for nominations for Mental Health Stars, individuals who have made a significant contribution to improving mental health and wellbeing in your area. The awards mark the first year of the Thrive West Midlands programme by celebrating the ground-breaking work taking place across the region to improve mental health and wellbeing.

Nominations can be for friends or relatives, carers or colleagues, a mental health nurse or even a social worker. We want to celebrate the amazing people across the West Midlands who are making a real difference in mental health, whether it’s the friend that just there to listen, the GP who always takes the time to talk, or the volunteer who gives up their evenings to provide support to vulnerable people in their community.

Show your appreciation and make your nomination online today at wmca.org.uk/thriveawards

Closing date: 9am, Monday 18th December 2017.

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