In 2016, we won the Best Newcomer (Not-For-Profit) Award from Investors in People, recognising excellent people management
In 2014, we won a Duke of York Community Initiative Award, an award given for community projects in Yorkshire, that must be owned, led and developed by local people, and be well managed and inspire people to get involved.
In 2011 we won the Charities Evaluation Service ‘Learning and Innovation’ prize for the quality of our monitoring and evaluation.
In 2009 we won The Charity Times, ‘Charity of the Year’ award. ‘The winner showed clear evidence of how a smaller charity can make a real difference and have substantial benefits on the ground.’
In 2008 we were accepted onto Community Care’s Excellence Network, an honours programme that recognises innovation. We were selected in the User Involvement category as a “working example of the benefits of survivor led services”.
In 2007 this success was repeated when the organisation won the Guardian Public Services Award for Complex Needs in the Service Delivery category. This recognised the way in which the organisation provides an effective and compassionate service to people in crisis and with multiple needs.
In 2006 the organisation won a prestigious national award – the Guardian Public Services Award for Customer Service, in the Innovation and Progress category. This was recognition of the organisation’s work as a dynamic, creative and effective alternative to mainstream services.