Nominations will open on Tuesday, 4 June 2019 and will close Friday, 5 July 2019.
Anyone can nominate with individuals, organisations or groups, and self-nominations all welcomed.
Nominees must be currently based in Western Australia nominating for Western Australian mental health initiatives.
All nominations must reflect initiatives, projects, work or change outcomes that took place during the 2018 calendar.
If you are nominating an individual, organisation or group other than your own, you must seek their approval prior to submitting the nomination.
Please note category sponsors are ineligible to apply for that particular category but welcome to apply for any other categories. Full Nomination Guide will be available soon.
The Promotion or Prevention Award
For outstanding contribution to prevention and/or promotion in mental health.
Who can nominate: This award is open to any organisation group or project.
The Consumer Impact & Inspiration Awards
For outstanding contribution to mental health in Western Australia by an individual who identifies as having a lived experience.
Who can nominate: This award is open to any individual who identifies as having personally experience mental ill health or is a family member, carer or support person to someone who does.
The Diversity Award
For an individual, organisation or group that embraces diversity and promotes inclusion.
Who can nominate: This award is open to any individual, origination or group.
The Mental Health Employee Excellence Award
For outstanding contribution to mental health in WA by an individual employed or volunteering within the sector.
Who can nominate: This award is open to any individual who is paid employee or volunteer (unpaid) within the mental health sector of Western Australia.
The Mentally Healthy Workplace Award
For a workplace that encourages good mental health for its staff.
Who can nominate: This award is open to any organisation within Western Australia.
The Mentally Heathy Education Award
For education institutions that encourage good mental health for its students, staff and volunteers.
Who can nominate: This award is open to any education institution within Western Australia including schools, university, TAFE and Registered Training Organisations (RTO).
The Mental Health News Media Award
For excellence in journalism and reporting on mental health.
Who can nominate: This award is open to any author of an article, report or series, published online, in print or a video or audio broadcast which contributes to a wider understanding of mental health and explores issues of importance. The publication must be a Western Australian media publication or written by a Western Australian journalist for a publication that is distributed within the state.
The Innovation for Change Award
Who can nominate: This award is open to any organisation, group or project for a specific initiative.