Do you know someone who is a champion of positive mental health?

Nominate them for one of three awards recognizing Albertans who are making a difference in the mental health landscape in our province, being handed out at the Now We Are Stronger Conference on June 5, 2018.

  • NADINE STIRLING MEMORIAL AWARD
    The Award (originally the Consumer Award) was renamed in 1991 in memory of Nadine Stirling, the first Alberta Consumer Networker. It is awarded to a person with lived experience or immediate family member in recognition of his/her effort to attack stigma and/or support the development of self-help initiatives or facilitate consumer participation.
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  • THE BETTIE HEWES MEMORIAL AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER SERVICE
    The Award is named in remembrance of Bettie Hewes, former CMHA Alberta Division President, Regional Director and MLA. Bettie’s lifelong interest in mental health issues and her commitment to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness is an example to all. The Award honours a volunteer or volunteers who have given much time and effort in direct service or management or have promoted the goals of the Association throughout the community.
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  • PROFESSIONAL CARE AWARD
    Awarded to a mental health professional, care worker, or organization exhibiting special creativity and effectiveness in the provision of mental health care.

Award winners will be recognized on June 5 during the Now We Are Stronger Conference.


Nomination deadline: May 11, 2018
Submit a nomination

Have a question about the awards or the submit a nomination form, please email: jturowski@cmha.ab.ca