Saving A Life Award
Nominations for Saving A Life Award due by Jan 5, 2024
NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR KEVIN’S SONG SAVING A LIFE AWARD 2024 HONOREE
Every year, Kevin’s Song awards our Saving a Life Award to a person who exemplifies outstanding service to the community in Suicide Prevention. Past recipients were individuals who made a significant difference in the lives of citizens in crisis.
We once again would like to extend an invitation to the Kevin’s Song community to nominate an individual or organization to be the 2024 honoree using the online submission form. This award will be presented at the Friday Evening Dinner on January 26, 2024 during our 8th Annual Conference on Suicide, “Continuing the Conversation . . .” If you know someone who by their work or act of kindness, you believe should be recognized, please let us know. Take the time to nominate yourself or a deserving person or organization and recognize them at Michigan’s largest and most respected conference dedicated solely to suicide prevention.
Nominations will be accepted through January 5, 2024.
Please send complete the online nomination form and submit for consideration
Previous Saving a Life Award Honorees
2023 Saving A Life Award Honorees
Recipients exemplify outstanding service to the community in Suicide Prevention. Past recipients have been individuals who have made a significant difference in the lives of citizens in crisis.
2023 INDIVIDUAL HONOREE:
Amelia Lehto – Former Chief of Staff and Director, National Center for the Prevention of Youth Suicide American Association of Suicidology
Congratulations to Amelia Lehto, 2023 Individual Honoree of the Kevin’s Song Saving a Life Award, for her steadfast commitment to saving lives and for her outstanding service to the community.
2023 ORGANIZATIONAL HONOREE:
Zero Suicide Team – CNS Healthcare
Congratulations to The Zero Suicide team at CNS Healthcare, as the first organizational recipient of the Kevin’s Song Saving A Life Award for demonstrating how organizations, big or small, can mobilize communities and make a difference in preventing suicide and saving lives.