IT’S proving to be a big year for Joondalup-based Black Swan Health.
The not-for-profit organisation received its fourth award for 2017 recently when it was named best new business at the Joondalup Business Association (JBA) Small Business Awards.
The Grand Boulevard centre offers mental health and disability services, including the Youth Early Psychosis Program, which is WA’s only free psychosis management program for young people in WA.
The JBA gong now sits alongside two accolades from the WA Disability Support Awards and another from the Fremantle Business Awards received earlier this year.
Chief executive Terina Grace credited the organisation’s success to the staff’s “forward-thinking approach”.
Other winners at the JBA awards included Sparkle Dental and Harcourts Alliance, which received the two coveted Business of the Year awards.
District 32 and Time Critical CPR were the people’s choice winners.
A JBA spokeswoman congratulated winners and finalists. “We were delighted to acknowledge and celebrate the success and achievements of these outstanding businesses in the local community,” she said.
“We wish all local businesses a successful year ahead, and look forward to acknowledging many outstanding achievements again in 2018.”