This new Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance report is the result of a six-month project funded by the Baring Foundation, working with around 150 practitioners to understand how we might help more people and organisations using creativity to support mental health to thrive. At the heart of the report are a series of recommendations for five groups: practitioners, commissioning organisations (whether arts, health or care), funders, researchers and infrastructure organisations like the Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance itself. Read the recommendations below.
Read the full report here by Minoti Parikh and Victoria Hume
The Thriving Practice Model
Creativity and culture can support mental health if...