NOMINATION FORM

7th Annual Recognition Awards

The MHRSB of Lucas County is pleased to announce the Call for Community nominations for the 7th Annual 2020 Recognition Awards to honor individuals in nine categories:

  • Consumer Involvement Award – This award recognizes a consumer who gives his/her time without expectation, whose presence lends strength and dignity to others, and who has positively impacted the lives of other consumers.
  • Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Professional of the Year Award – This award recognizes outstanding professional service in the areas of addiction, prevention, treatment, and recovery services.
  • Mental Health Professional of the Year Award – This award recognizes the outstanding work of a mental health professional who reaches above and beyond the call of duty, striving to alleviate the stigma associated with mental illness while supporting clients onto the path of recovery.
  • Advocate of the Year Award – This category recognizes outstanding advocacy efforts in the areas of mental health and addiction.
  • Advocate Hall of Fame Award – This is a lifetime achievement award that honors Lucas County residents who have worked tirelessly over their lifetime to reduce the stigma of mental illness and addiction.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Award for Leadership – This award recognizes contract provider agencies, teams, or individuals that have communicated/demonstrated exceptional leadership in advancing diversity and health equity goals.
  • Teen Leadership Award – This category recognizes the outstanding efforts of an inspirational youth leader between the ages of 14-18. Efforts put forth in this category were focused towards reducing stigma, increasing awareness of resources, and/or support to those with lived experiences with mental illness or addiction.
  • Youth Advocate Award – This category recognizes the contributions and inspirational activity of a middle school youth between the ages of 11-13 who has made an impact with their voice or service in their community or school. Efforts put forth in this category were focused towards reducing stigma, increasing awareness of resources, and/or support to those with lived experiences with mental illness or addiction
  • First Responder of the Year Award – This award recognizes a first responder who has demonstrated exemplary performance in the past year in providing compassion, care, and service “Above and Beyond” the call of duty while responding to a mental health and/or addiction crisis. Individuals who qualify for this award are employed at area Fire Departments, Law Enforcement Agencies, Emergency Response Personnel, and Emergency Dispatch Personnel etc.
NOMINATION FORM

7th Annual Recognition Awards

The MHRSB of Lucas County is pleased to announce the Call for Community nominations for the 7th Annual 2020 Recognition Awards to honor individuals in nine categories:

Consumer Involvement Award – This award recognizes a consumer who gives his/her time without expectation, whose presence lends strength and dignity to others, and who has positively impacted the lives of other consumers.

Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Professional of the Year Award – This award recognizes outstanding professional service in the areas of addiction, prevention, treatment, and recovery services.

Mental Health Professional of the Year Award – This award recognizes the outstanding work of a mental health professional who reaches above and beyond the call of duty, striving to alleviate the stigma associated with mental illness while supporting clients onto the path of recovery.

Advocate of the Year Award – This category recognizes outstanding advocacy efforts in the areas of mental health and addiction.

Advocate Hall of Fame Award – This is a lifetime achievement award that honors Lucas County residents who have worked tirelessly over their lifetime to reduce the stigma of mental illness and addiction.

Diversity and Inclusion Award for Leadership – This award recognizes contract provider agencies, teams, or individuals that have communicated/demonstrated exceptional leadership in advancing diversity and health equity goals.

Teen Leadership Award – This category recognizes the outstanding efforts of an inspirational youth leader between the ages of 14-18. Efforts put forth in this category were focused towards reducing stigma, increasing awareness of resources, and/or support to those with lived experiences with mental illness or addiction.

Youth Advocate Award – This category recognizes the contributions and inspirational activity of a middle school youth between the ages of 11-13 who has made an impact with their voice or service in their community or school. Efforts put forth in this category were focused towards reducing stigma, increasing awareness of resources, and/or support to those with lived experiences with mental illness or addiction

First Responder of the Year Award – This award recognizes a first responder who has demonstrated exemplary performance in the past year in providing compassion, care, and service “Above and Beyond” the call of duty while responding to a mental health and/or addiction crisis. Individuals who qualify for this award are employed at area Fire Departments, Law Enforcement Agencies, Emergency Response Personnel, and Emergency Dispatch Personnel etc.

NOMINATION FORM

Our Mission is to cultivate a high-quality network of resources that inspires personal recovery and promotes mental wellness for Lucas County residents.