Gary Mihelish, D.M.D.
The Distinguished Service Award is NAMIís highest honor, given in recognition of exceptional efforts to further NAMIís goal of improving the lives of people who live with mental illness.
The NAMI Young Leader Award is given to a young adult, aged 16 - 30, who has exhibited exceptional leadership ability while working to increase resiliency, promote recovery and help ensure that young people living with mental illness live a full life in the community.
The Vancuver Canucks of the National Hockey League
The Rona and Ken Purdy Award honors an individual or organization that has done significant work in raising public awareness about mental illness and reducing stigma.
The Multicultural Outreach Award honors effective efforts to ensure that diversity and inclusion are high priorities within NAMI.
Peggy Swarbrick, Ph.D.
The Lionel Aldridge Champion Award recognizes an individual living with mental illness who exhibits courage, leadership and service on behalf of all people living with mental illness.
Senior Corporal Herb Cotner
Named for the founder of the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training program, this award is given to recognize outstanding work in the criminal justice system to deal fairly and humanely with people living with mental illness.
Named for NAMIís first legislative director and life-long grassroots advocate Dick Greer, this award recognizes leadership and vision in advocacy.
The Outstanding NAMI State Organization Award is given to recognize exceptional efforts on the state level to further NAMIís mission.
The Outstanding NAMI Affiliate Award honors exemplary efforts to achieve NAMIís goals on the local level.
Doug and Ruth McKnight
The Outstanding NAMI member award is the highest honor that NAMI gives to a member in recognition of long and effective work toward accomplishing NAMIís goals.
Gayle Bluebird, R.N.
The Gloria Huntley Award is presented by the NAMI Consumer Council to a person or organization for exemplary work in eliminating restraint and seclusion.
The Ken Steele Award is presented by the NAMI Consumer Council to recognize outstanding contributions by an individual living with mental illness to improve the quality of life of others who live with mental illness, increase empowerment and promote integration and inclusion.
In recognition of her inspirational and exceptional efforts to further NAMI's mission.
Adrianne Kennedy - NAMI Parents & Teachers as Allies Leadership Award, Cheryl Dehaven - NAMI In Our Own Voice Leadership Award, Martha Silva - NAMI Basics Leadership Award, Jim Tritten - NAMI Connection Leadership Award, Stephen Oby Jr. - NAMI Family-to-Family Leadership Award, Kristen Duda - NAMI Peer-to-Peer Leadership Award and Holly Davidson - NAMI Provider Education Leadership Award.