CALL FOR ENTRIES: Submissions now being accepted
for $3,000 Prize for Excellence in Mental Health Media
The Austen Riggs Center Prize for Excellence in Mental Health Media recognizes a select group of professional journalists, writers, and media professionals who create exemplary work that contributes to the public’s understanding of mental health issues.
The prize is a prestigious recognition that carries an award of $3,000 and will be presented at an event where the winner (or winners) are invited to speak about their work; however, attendance is not required.
The prize is juried by a committee of Riggs clinicians and Trustees who will consider the work of candidates nominated by their peers as well as unsolicited nominations.
To learn more, review eligibility requirements, or apply,
please visit: www.austenriggs.org/mediaprize.
The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2019.
Questions? Please contact Communications Officer Aaron M. Beatty
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413.931.5245.
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