2020 Lived Experience Awards Are Now Open

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2020 Lived Experience Awards Are Now Open

The Lived Experience Awards are back and this year presented by the Mental Health Coalition of SA (MHCSA) Lived Experience Workforce Program (LEWP).

LEWP is committed to building and supporting a professional, highly skilled and valued Lived Experience Workforce in the SA non-Government mental health sector.  As a major program of the MHCSA, LEWP is proud to support the awards and honour the Lived Experience Workers who make a significant contribution in their workplace and community.

Is that you or your organisation?

The Lived Experience Awards aim to:

1. Publicly recognise and celebrate the outstanding or extraordinary achievements of people in  designated lived experience roles

2. Publicly recognise and celebrate the achievements of organisations which have not only embraced the Lived Experience Workforce but demonstrate commitment to supporting and growing it.

 

Do you know a Lived Experience Worker who deserves a 2020 Lived Experience Award?

Do you know an organisation who should be recognised for how it supports and develops its Lived Experience Workforce?

The MHCSA Lived Experience Awards are only open to organisations who are members of the MHCSA. Individuals may apply if you work within a member organisation in a paid, designated lived experience role (using your personal lived experience expertise or as a carer/family/supporter).

Entries have now been extended and close 5pm Monday 21 September, 2020.

Judging will be conducted by a panel that includes LEWP staff and independent Lived Experience Workforce representatives.

Download an application here: 2020 MHCSA LEWP LE Awards Application

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