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In their words, this organization,
... is the unifying voice of America’s behavioral health organizations. Together with our 1,950 member organizations, we serve our nation’s most vulnerable citizens — more than 6 million adults and children with mental illnesses and addiction disorders. We are committed to providing comprehensive, quality care that affords every opportunity for recovery and inclusion in all aspects of community life.
The National Council advocates for public policies in mental and behavioral health that ensure that people who are ill can access comprehensive healthcare services. And we offer state-of-the-science education and practice improvement resources so that services are efficient and effective.
And they're giving away $10,000.
Amazing right? Well, I sure think so.
The awards are known as the Reintegration Awards and there are nine categories. The Reintegration awards have, for 15 years,
... celebrated the achievements of those in the community who dedicate themselves to improving the lives of individuals with serious mental illnesses, and the achievements of those living with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder who battle tremendous odds to improve their own lives and the lives of their peers.
And, as fun as it would be, the $10,000 is actually granted to an organization of the individual's choice, and not the individual themselves. Most of us, though, would be thrilled to give a $10,000 cheque to a deserving organization.
So, please nominate a spectacular mental health advocate or worker here. People who work hard for us deserve our support. And act fast because nominations close on the 31st of January.
Learn more about The National Council's initiative here.
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