As Patrons of CACT’s Disability and Mental Health programme the event was attended by RCS’s Frank Coles and James Reeds. Both were extremely impressed with the excellent work that has been achieved and by the difference CACT’s partnership with the Kent and Medway NHS makes to the lives of those who it engages with.
This ground-breaking project helps clients with psychosis and other mental health issues by focusing on sport, activity and social events to help promote recovery and development.
Speaking after the event Frank Coles said: “James and I were delighted to attend such an important occasion and we were both impressed by the wide range of activities that take place and by the amazing way in which this project supports the young people and helps to build their confidence and self-belief.
“The importance that the support of RCS as Patrons will be to the work of CACT in continuing to build on the excellent progress that has been made in mental health wellbeing was very clear to see.”
At the event, each participant was presented with an achievement award by guest speaker and CACT Trustee, Karl Howman. They also received a DVD that featured an overview of the year’s activities that they have been involved in.
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