What does recovery mean to me competition

We’ve been listening to the views of people using our services. A new programme of work is being launched called The Recovery Programme, which will focus on listening to and co-producing with people who use services, training staff, and developing systems and practices that are centred on you. 

People said they wanted to call the programme Recovery because the word 'Recovery' means a lot to them. People said it means ‘ to be free’ and ‘a place worth living’.

We need an image and a strapline that sums it all up. What does Recovery mean to you?

What is a strapline?

A strapline is like an advertising slogan. Possible straplines for recovery are: With you for the journey OR People at the centre. You may have one of your own.

How to submit an entry?

Please fill in the application form (Word document) and send your artwork, strapline and contact details by email to: beh-tr.recovery@nhs.net or by post to:

Patient Experience Team
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust
St Ann’s Hospital
St Ann's Road
N15 3TH

What are the prizes?

Prizes include a tea party hamper, a Tottenham Hotspurs experience, a Champneys Enfield City Spa voucher and shopping vouchers from 'I Love to Shop'. The winner will work with a graphic designer to develop their logo.

What are Terms and Conditions of the competition?

Full Terms and Conditions are available on this page

Further information

Download a printable version of the poster here.

If you are an occupational therapist or a peer worker, please encourage people you run groups with to enter – it would be great to see entries from people currently using services.