A COPE Scotland project, partly funded by QNIS, has developed a piece of work which was named as a winner in the 2015 Health and Social Care Academy Creative Wellbeing Competition.
This competition invited groups to complete entries on the theme ‘My Wellbeing, My Future‘ through poetry, short stories, photography, video, music and arts and crafts. COPE submitted a musical entry, Wellbeing, a song created and performed by a group of members which can be viewed here.
Glasgow Anniesland MSP Bill Kidd has lodged a motion with the Scottish Parliament not only commending the award-winning entry, but acknowledging the importance of COPE to the local community.
We here would like to pass our congratulations to Hilda and all involved with COPE Scotland on their award and their continuing success in providing transformational change in mental health.