The team were also shortlisted alongside Mosaic Clubhouse for their work to support people experiencing mental health issues remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.
They were pitted against a number of outstanding initiatives, and on the night the award went to Qbtech and AHSN Network for Focus ADHD.
Sabrina Phillips, Lambeth Living Well Network Alliance Director said: “We’re delighted to have had the chance to attend the awards which recognise the efforts of a huge number of individuals and organisations across Lambeth to improve care and support for people living with mental health issues.
“Our Living Well Network Alliance is a partnership that is based on valuing the contribution, the experience and the expertise of service users, carers and staff, deploying resources from the NHS, the council and from the voluntary and community sector to address needs, build on assets and transform lives.
“We know that no single organisation or service could have achieved the successes we have achieved as a partnership – my thanks to each and every one of our colleagues who has accompanied us on this journey.”
The Lambeth Living Well Network brings together partners and people with ‘lived experience’ to plan and manage programmes and projects that will join up services, improve health and address inequalities in health. The Living Well Network Alliance focuses on mental health and wellbeing
Watch their video which shows just some of the ways the Living Well Network Alliance has been working together and changing the lives of vulnerable people in Lambeth.