We won bids and tenders

We were awarded £100k to host an operational delivery network for learning disability and autism services across Yorkshire and Humber.

We’ve been awarded over £130,000 of funding to help improve our facilities for people detained under the Mental Health Act.

We’ve been given Macmillan Cancer Support funding for a palliative care advanced nurse practitioner post to support care homes.

Funding was secured for health care support workers to further their education at undergraduate level.

We were awarded £22,000 of Local Workforce Action Board Funding to support the roll out of suicide prevention training with our partners in West Yorkshire.

We won £104k for individual placement support for two years as part of a West Yorkshire and Harrogate ICS bid. This money will help people with disabilities and health conditions to stay in employment and re-join the workforce.

We received £55,000 of CAMHS New Models of Care investment for 18/19.

We secured new money to provide liaison and diversion services in West Yorkshire, retained our Barnsley liaison and diversion service and won new business across South Yorkshire (£1.7 million per annum, and increase of £1.2 million over previous contract value).

We retained Barnsley IAPT service with a contract value of £2.2 million per annum.

Creative Minds was awarded £3k from the Football Foundation’s Grow the Game programme to develop a 7-a-side mental health football team in Calderdale/Kirklees area. The charity was awarded £101,352 over 3 years by Children in Need to establish a ‘singing for fun’ youth choir.

The Heritage Lottery Fund also has also funded a project at the Mental Health Museum to celebrate 200 years of Stanley Royd Hospital. Creative Minds also had successful bids for £30,000 Q innovation funding and VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund investment in partnership with Nova in Wakefield.

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