Showcasing excellence in mental health
SAVE the DATE: Join us in the Golden Ballroom of the Pan Pacific on Friday, 25 November where we will announce and celebrate all finalists and winners
The Western Australian Mental Health Awards 2022 will celebrate individuals and organisations that made an outstanding contribution to mental health in the calendar year of 2021 (January-December 2021)
The Awards aim to recognise and reward the achievements of those who demonstrate excellence, innovation and initiative in supporting consumers of mental health services, their families and carers; and showcase best practice in WA’s mental health sector to inspire others.
- Recognise and reward the achievements of those who demonstrate excellence, innovation and initiative in supporting carers and consumers of mental health or their local community (including workplaces)
- Showcase the achievements of the mental health sector in WA
- Inspire others to strive for excellence
- Promote positive messaging around mental health, breaking down stigma and starting conversations for healing and recovery
To buy your ticket(s) to the 2022 Mental Health Awards click here
- Minister's Award
- Lifeline WA Promotion or Prevention Award
- WA Mental Health Commission Lived Experience Impact & Inspiration Award
- Roshana Care Group Diversity Award
- Act Belong Commit Mental Health Employee or Volunteer Excellence Award
- Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA Mentally Healthy Workplace Award
- Commissioner for Children and Young People of WA Mentally Healthy Education Award
- WAAMH News Media Award
- Youth Focus Innovation for Change Award
Nominations have closed. Finalists will be announced during WA Mental Health Week (8-15 October).
Thanks to the support of Anglicare WA lived experience and regional complimentary tickets are now open. For more information click here
The 2021 WA Mental Health Awards Ceremony was a dazzling night to remember!
The winners were:
- Minister's Award – Prof Juli Coffin
- Lotterywest Diversity Award – Connection And Wellbeing Australia
- Youth Focus Innovation for Change Award – Yawardani Jan-ga
- Lifeline WA Prevention or Promotion Award – Youth Focus
- Commissioner for Children and Young People Mentally Healthy Education Award – Mount Barker Community College
- Mental Health News Media Award – Shireen Narayanan and Celia Tait for the Wild Butterfly documentary
- Act Belong Commit Mental Health Employee Excellence or Volunteer Award – Irene Patroni
- The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia Workplace Award – Clough
- Western Australian Mental Health Commission Lived Experience Impact & Inspiration Award – Julian Pace
The Awards Ceremony and Cocktail Celebration was held on Thursday, 25 November 2021 at Beaumonde on The Point.
Photos from the night can be seen on our Facebook page.