The Mental Health Awards

Celebrating outstanding mental health and wellbeing stories.

Nominations are open for 2024

Closing date: 30th May 2024

The Mental Health Awards are a celebration of successful interventions and inspirational stories of people who have experienced recovery. Since 2019, organisations, services and individuals have been awarded for their relentless work toward making a difference in their communities. These awards symbolise hard work and heart-felt devotion. Let us know about people and organisations who deserve to receive a Mental Health Award!

Nominations

Judged by a panel representing clinicians and national mental health organisations, the awards cover the following categories displayed below:

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Innovative mental health intervention

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Innovative proactive wellbeing activity

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Long-term impact

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The lifestyle award

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Support during the pandemic

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Workplace Well-being

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Inspirational story

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Nominate a professional

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Outstanding contribution to the sector

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Innovative mental health intervention

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Innovative proactive wellbeing activity

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Long-term impact

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The lifestyle award

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Support during the pandemic

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Workplace Well-being

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Inspirational story

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Nominate a professional

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Outstanding contribution to the sector

How to submit your nominations

Submit your nomination by the 30th of May.

A panel of judges will evaluate the submissions.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to the award ceremony.

“We are passionate about mental health, and these awards me dedicated to everybody who has had a positive impact in supporting other people who struggle with their mental health.

Every person or business nominated for an award deserves it for the monwnental efforts they have put in to help others and to make a difference where it is needed.

The Mental Health Tick is proud to organise these awards – and we are equally proud to be able to reward these people for the wonderful work they do.”

– Richard Daniel Curtis

Thank you to everyone that joined us at the 2023 awards ceremony at the Dickens Inn London!

Congratulations to everybody who was nominated for an award, and a special well done to the winners. There are no losers when it comes to the mental health awards, and we are proud of everybody who has done so much to make a difference to the lives of others.

Proudly hosted by The Mental Health Tick

The Mental Health Tick is independent accreditation scheme for successful mental health aware organisations.

"We all know how critical mental health is to everyday life, together let's make a healthier, happier nation."

Sir Ben Ainslie
Olympic sailor

"So many people suffer with mental health issues, these awards are a really good thing and congratulations to the winners."

Gary Lineker
Sports broadcaster & former footballer

"Mental health difficulties affect us all at some point, so it's wonderful to see awards that celebrate people who have an impact on people's well-being."

Stephen Fry
Actor, comedian and writer

"It is vital we consider mental health in the same way we consider physical health. I'm all for looking after our bodies, our heart, being fit and strong, but there's no point if everything on the outside works, but inside we have issues that we can't talk about."

Gabby Logan
Presenter and former international gymnast

"These awards help encourage people to ask for help and experience the beauty of recovery."

Gemma Gordon
Actress

"Mental health is something which affects so many of us, whether it is ourselves, a family member or a friend. Even though it affects so many, it is spoken about by so few, that is why I am supporting the awards."

Charlie Mills
Made in Chelsea