Medrwn Môn recently won the 'Early Intervention Award - Creating Resilience' at the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Community Awards evening. Medrwn Môn was nominated for the award by Detective Chief Inspector Helen Douglas of North Wales Police, and staff were presented with the award at an evening hosted by Mr Arfon Jones, the North Wales Police Commissioner in Mold on Thursday 3rd October 2019.

Medrwn Môn received the award for their work in the field of social prescribing - through the 'Môn Community Link' project. This innovative project ensures that people get the right support at the right time and in the right place, and has led to a reduction in calls to North Wales Police and to other partners.

Lyndsey Campbell-Williams, project leader, was shocked to hear that they had won the award: "We had no idea that we had been nominated. But we are very pleased to be recognised for our project. It is great that the Commissioner can see value in our work, especially in the way we work together, which is key to problem solving. We are making a big difference and we can see it in the results already coming through, however, we wouldn’t have got where we are without the support of our partners. The support we have received from the Police in evaluating our services has been a great help and it has definitely lifted our profile."