Lives Lived Well has been heartened to see our work recognised by our peers, with our organisation being named the recipient of a Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Award in the large not-for-profit organisation (100+ staff) category on 14 October.
The award recognises mental health related services, programs, projects and initiatives that demonstrate a commitment to improving the quality of life of Queenslanders living with mental illness and promoting their inclusion in the broader community.
Lives Lived Well delivers a number of mental health support services – headspace Southport, headspace Upper Coomera, a NewAccess program on the Darling Downs/South Burnett and the Lighthouse service for young people on the Gold Coast.
The award acknowledged our shared commitment to collaborating and consulting with consumers, their families, carers, and other relevant agencies to deliver best practice services.
Lives Lived Well was in good company for the award, with Neami National and Youturn Youth Support Services also being nominated in this category.
Thanks to the award sponsors and organisers, Queensland Mental Health Commission, Open Minds and CheckUp Australia.
Learn more about our mental health support services.
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