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WA Mental Health Awards 2020 finalists announced

Published on 16 Oct 2020

The 30 finalists for the 2020 Mental Health Awards have been announced.

Congratulations and good luck to:

Act-Belong-Commit Mental Health Employee Volunteer Excellence Award

  • Ashly Grabski
  • Juana Terpou
  • Lorenzo Martinez
  • Jenny Cramer

Chamber of Minerals and Energy Mentally Healthy Workplace Award

  • Fortescue Metals Group
  • St John of God Mt Lawley
  • Sodexo
  • Northern Star Resources

Commissioner for Children and Young People Mentally Healthy Education Award

  • SMYL Community College
  • North Albany Senior High School
  • Kinross Primary School
  • Ocean Road Primary School

Even Keel Bipolar Support Association Diversity Award

  • Spectrum Group
  • Bella Broadway
  • South West Aboriginal Service
  • Clough

Innovation for Change Award

  • Headspace Pilbara Hub
  • Mercy Community Services
  • Mental Health Homeless Pathways
  • Ruah Community Services

Lifeline WA Promotion or Prevention Award

  • Radiance Network
  • The Wellbeing Zone
  • Youth Focus
  • ALIVE & Kicking Goals

Mental Health News Media Award

  • ABC Radio Perth
  • Out in Perth

Mental Illness Fellowship of WA Lived Experience Impact & Inspiration Award

  • Katherine Houareau
  • Julian Pace
  • Ingrid Bentsen
  • Virginia Catterall

The Awards highlight the achievements of individuals, organisations, schools, industry and the media from across Western Australia, who have demonstrated mental health excellence, innovation, and initiative.

The ceremony will be held on Wednesday 25 November at the Hyatt Perth. Tickets can be purchased at waaamh.org.au/awards 

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