A BEWDLEY teenager who was supported by Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust when she suffered mental health problems, has voiced a new music video as part of the trust's latest recruitment drive.

The music video, called 'Proud' and based on the original by Heather Small, has been produced in-house and features staff and patients from the trust - which runs the county's community hospital and is the main local provider of mental health services.

The video showcases the services the trust provides, which range from physios for children to dementia care for older people, and aims to encourage healthcare professionals and others looking for a career in the NHS to join its ranks.

'Proud' stars 16-year-old Molly Hipkins, from Bewdley, who previously accessed the trust's Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) - where she was encouraged to sing and pursue her love for musical theatre to boost her confidence and recovery.

She was supported by a choir made up of staff from across the trust.

Molly said: "I wanted to help the trust with the music video as a big thank you to all the staff for helping me with my mental health recovery.

"I was a CAMHS service user for about a year and I wanted to give something back to those who helped me, including those behind the scenes.

"CAMHS felt like my last hope and I was encouraged to sing as part of my recovery.

"Singing and musical theatre have always kept me going throughout my journey and I am so glad CAMHS encourage me to continue with it

"My experience with the trust has been really positive and I really hope this recruitment video encourages others to be part of their amazing team."

To watch the music video, search 'Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust' on Facebook.

For more information about careers with the trust, visit hacw.nhs.uk/our-staff.