Coast Mental Health dedicated the month of July to Courage in 2020. During Courage To Come Back Month, the stories of five British Columbians who have overcome extraordinary adversity to come back and give back to their own communities were be celebrated.
Nominations for the 23rd Courage to Come Back Awards are NOW OPEN!
Do you know someone who has had the COURAGE to come back from adversity? Does this person inspire you and others around them?
Celebrate a courageous person in your life by nominating them to receive a Courage To Come Back Award.
Nomination Deadline: Thursday, January 28th, 2021
This year, we're doing things a little differently ... find out more from:
Lorne Segal - Chair of the Courage To Come Back Awards for 15 years
Todd Talbot & Sophie Lui presenting from the comfort of their homes
Coast Mental Health – an independent registered charity – is the largest provider of community-based services for people living with mental illness in British Columbia. Each year, many crucial programs are made possible through donors’ generous support at the annual Courage To Come Back Awards – which raised $2.5 million in 2019.
Your generosity provides outreach services, housing support, food security, mental health support for youth and adults, peer support services, training and employment and many other programs that are vital to the long-term recovery of vulnerable people living with mental illness.
“We are dedicated to celebrating our incredible award recipients during this pandemic. Their stories are true journeys of bravery, resilience and strength in the face of adversity. They will leave you inspired and optimistic and will, I hope, become a weekly dose of Courage in your lives.”
Lorne R. Segal, O.B.C., D.Litt. (Hon.), LL.D. (Hon.), President, Kingswood Properties Ltd. Founding Chair, We Day Vancouver
Chair, Coast Mental Health – Courage To Come Back Awards
Coast Mental Health helps your vulnerable neighbours living with mental illness in their journey to recovery. If you’d like to find out more click here.
Celebrating Coast Mental Health's Front Line Workers
On any given day, Coast Mental Health has 525 staff members working on the front lines to keep people living with mental illness safe and supporting them on their journey to recovery. The COVID-19 pandemic has touched all our lives, and we’re proud of the incredible work of Coast Mental Health’s front-line heroes during this time. Every week, we’ll be highlighting the work of a Coast hero – please join us in celebrating their commitment to improving the lives of our vulnerable neighbours, even in the most challenging of times!