Wellness Court Bay Dt Ge:vik A'hanja Advocate Award
Nomination Letter Due: July 1, 2022
TLPI is seeking nominations for the Wellness Court Bay dt ge:vik a’hanja Advocate Award. Bay dt ge:vik a’hanja is Hualapai and means “All of us be well”, in honor of Hon. Joseph Flies-Away, a groundbreaking leader and advocate for community healing and Wellness Courts. The Bay dt ge:vik a’hanja Advocate Award was conceived to identify and honor Wellness Court practitioners who have been instrumental in the success of their court, and thereby in the healing and restoration of their community.
Please consider nominating a Healing to Wellness Court team member who exemplifies the tenants of restorative justice and healing as evidenced by their dedication to the Wellness Court team and participants. Team members may include the judge, coordinator, case manager, community supervision officer, treatment provider, cultural adviser, child welfare representative, or other position.
Nomination Letter Criteria:
Please email: Wellness@TLPI.org with the following information:
How long the nominee has worked with the organization/court
How they are regarded by their fellow team members and by participants
How they have contributed to the advancement of the organization/court
Background on the nominee, including their position outside of the Wellness Court, if any, and prior experience
Any other considerations for why they are deserving of the award
Former Award Nominees: