Special Recognition Award for Lichtenstein from Mass. Association for Mental Health
Bill Lichtenstein honored for "leadership in promoting public awareness" . . . and "courage and generosity" in sharing family's experience" to light the path" for others.
Top: Bill Lichtenstein receives Special Recognition Award from the Mass. Association for Mental Health.
Middle and Bottom: Congressman Joseph Kennedy III receives award from MAMH.
June 19, 2017 (Boston): The Massachusetts Association for Mental Health awarded a Special Recognition award to Bill Lichtenstein, Peabody Award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker and president of Lichtenstein Creative Media. The award was presented at a gala dinner ceremony at the Seaport Hotel in Boston.
Also honored at the dinner for his mental health advocacy was Congressman Joseph Kennedy III.
Bill was honored for his work in television, radio, film and print dealing with mental health and child welfare. This includes:
Bill Lichtenstein's award from MAMH read:
"In recognition of your leadership in promoting public awareness through media and film, encouraging personal hopes, and supporting individual recovery from behavioral health and disability conditions,
For your work to educate the nation and inform public policy, combatting stigma and discrimination,
With thanks for your courage and generosity in sharing your own family's experience to light the path to reform and recovery for others across the Commonwealth."