In celebration of Recovery Month, RecoveryPeople annually recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions towards supporting recovery from substance use and related mental health challenges.
Change Maker of the Year (formally called Person of the Year) is awarded to an individual who may or may not be in recovery themselves and who has made significant and positive change to substance use and related mental health recovery research, rights, access, policy or the ecosystem.
The award recipient must:
- Have made a significant and positive change to substance use and related mental health recovery research, rights, access, policy or the ecosystem; AND
- Demonstrate accomplishments that reflect RecoveryPeople's mission, vision, and values.
Nominations are solicited from the RecoveryPeople network and public.
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