Logo competition – Mental...

Barnet Enfield Haringey-Mental Health Trust (BEH-MHT) have been working for the last 4 years with Inclusion Barnet to put person centred care at the heart of what they do. As part of our Enablement project Inclusion Barnet have helped BEH-MHT develop their Recovery Strategy by coproducing it with people who use services. This is the first ever Recovery Strategy for the Trust.
We’re helping the Trust launch the Recovery Strategy and Programme of work next year and we need YOU to tell us what Recovery means to you. We want ideas for logos and straplines, and for the Trust to hear your views. There will be prizes for a large selection of artists on the shortlist and the chance for the winner to work with a professional designer to create the finished logo. For more details please see the Enablement pages on the Trust website.
For information about the Enablement journey, visit our website page on our Enablement project.
ALT text – poster details reads:
BEH Mental Health Services
What does recovery mean to you?
A design competition.
Enter by 4th January 2022
We’ve been listening to the views of people using services. A new programme of work is being launched called The Recovery Programme, which will focus on listening to and co-producing with people who use services, training staff and developing systems and practices that are centred on you. People said they wanted to call the programme Recovery because the word Recovery means a lot to them. People said it means “to be free” and “a place worth living”.
We need and image and a strapline to express..
What does recovery mean to you?
Send your artwork, strapline and contact details to
Or by post to PET Team, St Ann’s Hospital, N15 3TH
Prizes include a team party hamper, a Tottenham Hotspurs experience, a Champneys Enfield City Spa voucher and shopping vouchers from I Love to Shop.
Images should use all four of the Trust colours – green, orange, pink and blue. The dominant colour should be green. The winner will work with a graphic designer to develop their logo.
For full T&C’s see the website at
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