Our CAPSA team wins big at Health Service Journal Awards
We are thrilled to announce that our Culturally Appropriate Peer Support and Advocacy team (CASPA) has won a prestigious HSJ Partnership Award for Best Not-For-Profit Working in Partnership with the NHS! This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team in providing vital support to those in need.
Our CAPSA team is committed to ensuring that Black people from all backgrounds receive the care and support they need in a way that is culturally appropriate and sensitive. We believe that everyone deserves access to the best possible healthcare, and our team works tirelessly to ensure that this goal is achieved.
We are grateful to the HSJ Partnership Awards for recognising our work and for highlighting the importance of culturally appropriate healthcare and the power of the right partnerships. We also want to extend a heartfelt thanks to our team and partners SLAM, Lambeth Together and the Living Network Alliance who have made this award possible through their tireless dedication and hard work.
Our CEO Dr Souci Frissa said the following about the tremendous win, “Congratulations to CAPSA team for the hard work and dedication. To win a renowned HSJ Partnership Award feels like a stamp of approval for the work that we strive to deliver and is recompense for all the hard work of both our team and our NHS partners at SLaM. We will move forward in our work with an extra sense of pride and a continued commitment to improve.”
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