2019 NAMI Metro Baltimore Annual Awards
Each year, NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore recognizes community leaders, mental health practitioners, and volunteers for their work to improve the lives of people affected by mental illness. NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore is now accepting nominations for the 2019 awards. Please review the award descriptions below and submit a nomination by Friday, August 2, 2019.
Frances J. Lentz Mental Health Professional of the Year
Each year, this award is given to a mental health professional who reaches beyond the requirements of his or her profession to improve the lives of individuals living with mental illness and their families. The award honors Frances J. Lentz, a longtime NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore volunteer, who has helped countless individuals and families find services and support.

2017 recipient: W. Daniel Hale, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
2018 recipient: Crista Taylor, CEO, Behavioral Health System Baltimore

Marcia G. Pines Lifetime Advocacy and Service Award
The NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore Board of Directors created this annual award to recognize advocates who demonstrate a consistently high standard of and long-term dedication to furthering the NAMI mission. The award is named for our long-time advocate Marcia Pines, who during her many years of service worked tirelessly on public policy issues and served on our affiliate Board and the NAMI Maryland Board. Marcia was a strong personal advocate, never failing to speak up when meeting a family that needs NAMI.

2017 recipient: National Institute on Drug Abuse
2018 recipient: Robert “Buddy” Dyer, Former NAMI Board Member

Royal Riddick Outstanding Volunteer Awards
The Outstanding Volunteer Awards honor volunteers’ exceptional commitment to the organization, and the breadth of their investment of both time and passion in volunteering. The award recognizes volunteers who are strong advocates and voices for NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore throughout the community.

2017 recipients: Phillip Vaughn and Corlisa Diaz
2018 recipients: Tevis Simon and Megan Roach

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