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Voice Awards 2014 Call for Nominations. Nominate now for SAMHSA's 2014 Voice Awards. Consumer/Peer leader nominations due Friday, April 4. TV and film nominations due Friday, April 18.

Nominate TV and Film Productions

Join SAMHSA’s Voice Awards program to recognize television and film professionals whose work educates the public about behavioral health and demonstrates that people with mental health and/or substance use disorders can and do recover and lead meaningful lives in their communities.

If you know of a television or film production that aired in a public setting after April 15, 2013, which contains a positive behavioral health storyline, please nominate it for a 2014 Voice Award.

See What Makes a Good Voice Awards Nomination?

In 2014, the theme of the awards program is the behavioral health of young adults and their experiences in dealing with mental health and/or substance use disorders. Special consideration therefore will be given to television and film productions that accurately and respectfully portray the behavioral health experiences of young adults and their journeys of recovery.

ALL NOMINATIONS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, APRIL 18.

To submit a nomination online, please indicate the information requested in the form fields below and try to be as specific as possible. If you're unable or don't want to submit your nomination online, please download and complete the television and film production nomination form and send it back to the Voice Awards team using the contact information below. If available, forward a DVD(s) of the production you are nominating as well.

Nominations are open to anyone and there is no limit to the number of nominations an individual can submit.

ATTN: Voice Awards
2121 K Street, NW, Suite 650
Washington, DC 20037
Phone: 202–248–5457
Fax: 202–331–9420
Email: voiceawards@vancomm.com

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For more information about the Voice Awards, please contact Ryan Parks at 202–248-5457, or voiceawards@vancomm.com.
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