Mental Health Week Community Awards
About the Awards
The Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition proudly presents the 2019 Mental Health Week Community Awards.
The Awards recognise exceptional individuals who demonstrate outstanding commitment to improving the lives of people with a mental illness.
The five Mental Health Week Award categories are:
- Lived Experience Award
- Young Persons Award
- Mental Health Workers Award
- Carers Recognition Award
- Phil Dempster Award
- Excellence in Mental Health Workplace Award
Nomination information & criteria
Who can be nominated?
All individuals who work with or for people with a mental illness in the Northern Territory. Nominations are encouraged from across the Northern Territory.
- Be a current resident of the Northern Territory and
- Agree to be nominated and understand that their information provided in the nomination form (with the exception of contact details) may be used for publicity and promotional purposes.
Who can nominate?
Anyone can nominate an individual they know, work with, or have had an experience with, for an Award. In particular, nominations are welcomed from people with a mental illness and/or their families, carers, peers, staff and managers.
Please keep each nomination to 300 words or less
The individual or organisation must be based in, and benefit residents of the NT. Individuals from the community, non-government, government and private sectors are eligible for nomination. All nominees must accept their nomination by signing the nomination form.
A nomination form and any additional nomination forms can be downloaded at https://ntmhc.org.au/mhw/awards/
All nominations must respond to the evaluation criteria on the nomination form for the category in which they are nominating.
All nominations must be received no later than COB Wednesday 18 September 2019.
A completed nomination form must accompany each submission.
Only completed nominations (either hard copy or electronic) received on or before the closing date will be accepted.
All award nominators are required to complete the nomination from indicating the award category they wish to nominate and address the evaluation criteria.
The NT Mental Health Coalition will convene the judging panel and the judging panel will be an independent panel of people.
The judging panel’s assessment will be based on the entry submission and the responses to the criteria of the nominated category.
All decisions within the discretion of the judging panel are final and no further correspondence shall be entered into.
A finalist will be selected from each category and notified via email.
The Award Ceremony will be held on World Mental Health Day, Thursday October 10 2019 at the Museum and Art Gallery, 19 Conacher Street, Fannie Bay.
All nominees and their nominators will be notified on Monday 23 September. The NT Mental Health Coalition will contact successful and unsuccessful applicant. The Awards Ceremony is a free event and open to all.