Consumer/peer leaders who have led efforts to reduce the discrimination and misperceptions associated with people with behavioral health problems; personally demonstrated that recovery is real and possible; and made a positive impact on their communities, workplaces, or schools, are eligible for a 2014 Voice Award.
Similarly, TV or film productions released after April 15, 2013, which contain a positive behavioral health storyline, are eligible for a 2014 Voice Award as well.
Nominations are open to anyone and are free. There is no limit to the number of nominations an individual can submit, and self-nominations are welcome.
For the purposes of the Voice Awards, the term “consumer/peer leader” is defined broadly as an individual who has received or is receiving services for a mental and/or substance use disorder.
Please check back later for updates about the 2014 Voice Awards event.