Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery Partners

Here are the Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery partners

Arts & Humanities Research Council
The University of Nottingham United Kingdom China Malaysia
National Institute of Health
Harvard Medical School
The  institue of mental health nottingham
Centre for Advanced Studies
Fudan University 1905
The royal College of Music London
The Science museum
OPPNET Basic Behaviour & Social Science Opportunity Network
Falmouth University
University of Central Lancashire
Mental Health Foundation
King's College London Institute of Phsychiatry at The Maudsley
Centre for Mental Health
NSUN network for mental health
Workers' Educational Association (WEA) Learning for Life
Andalusian Public Foundation for Social Integration of the People with Mental Disorders
Connected Communities
Arts and Health Australia Healthy People, Healthy Communities – engaging with the Arts
Nottingham Contemporary
University of Birmingham
The University of Sheffield
The British Association of Art Therapists
University of Derby
University of Wolverhampton: Knowledge , Innovation, Enterprise
The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds
Developing Resilience through Engagement, Awareness and Media (DREAM)
University of Leicester
City Arts
De Monfort University Leicester

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