mental health america - clifford w. beers award (2016)
MHA’s highest honor, the Clifford W. Beers Award, was presented to mental health advocate, bestselling author and documentary filmmaker Kevin Hines. The Clifford W. Beers Award is presented annually to mental health consumers who best reflect the example set by MHA founder Clifford W. Beers in his or her efforts to improve conditions for and attitudes toward people living with mental health conditions.
young minds advocacy - "mental health champion" (2016)
The first honoree, Kevin Hines, is the recipient of Young Minds’ inaugural “Mental Health Champion” Award. Kevin is a community advocate, award-winning global speaker,
and bestselling author and documentary filmmaker who has changed the way people all over the world think about mental health.
mental health america of georgia - margaret & kevin hines (2017)
Kevin & Margaret Hines were honored at the Annual Mental Health America of Georgia Casino Night for their "refreshing honesty, realism, advocacy, and appreciation of the complex conditions that contribute to mental illness is a much-needed guide through the darkness of societal stigma and discrimination."
"Enthralling! Your program gave us new insight which we can bring back to our jobs and use when dealing with students. Highlight of our conference."
Dr F.M Bruno
Director of Pupil Services / William Penn School District
"The entire world needs to hear Kevin's story. As a behavioral health program manager, I was looking for speakers to address suicide that would make an impact for our military. Every Soldier in the Army, and many in the other branches, have heard Kevin's story and it has changed lives. He is extremely articulate and profound as he describes his journey, and he is instantly able to connect to individuals in crisis. Recommend? Absolutely, and without a single doubt. If you need a motivational speaker who can break down all barriers of resistance, someone who can stimulate the mind as well as touch the heart, then Kevin Hines is your man. His message is vital to any suicide prevention or resilience program on the planet."
Commander Wayne Boyd
United States Marine Corps
"The presentation was AMAZING, nothing short of enlightening!...”
Behavioral Health Services / Mercy Hospital, Festus, MO
"An eye-opening and inspirational experience with an even better message..."
J. Schwartz via Twitter
"With an advanced degree in adversity, Kevin Hines next survived a penultimate test to become uniquely qualified like no other, as an eloquent and effective witness for Wellness and Hope that an audience can ever hope to hear. He is more than a survivor, he is now a champion for anyone who needs to notch a win in the game of life"
Director of Student Programs / University of Puget Sound