People living with dementia transform mental health centre with their artwork
Artwork by people living with dementia and their carers has transformed a refurbished mental health centre on Brewery Road, creating a fresh vibrant space, which offers a new setting for health, well-being, and cognitive stimulation therapies.
Young people from North London who are recovering from poor mental health are being given the chance to design, create and sell a range of T-shirts as part of a project that sets them on course for a career in the fashion industry.
Our Individual Placement and Support (IPS) employment services have had a successful year - placing 188 people in employment, across our five boroughs.
A Camden postman who used art to help recover from depression is now exhibiting some of his works in the hospital that treated him. David Francis is one of the 11 Camden artists who will feature in the latest exhibition at St Pancras Hospital. His pop art pictures will go on display just a few seconds’ walk from the place he went for therapy during the pandemic.