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6TH VETTYS NOMINATIONS

NOMINATIONS

Nomination submissions for the 6th Vettys are now open

Extended Deadline:

May 17th

SUBMISSION

Vettys (Veterans Awards of Distinction) shall be presented annually for notable achievements in public service. 

6TH VETTYS CATEGORIES

SUICIDE PREVENTION

This award shall be given to an entity that has provided a framework for identifying priorities, organizing efforts, and contributing to a national focus on Suicide Prevention in our communities across the board. Nomination submissions for the Suicide Prevention category are open to the public. After nominations are closed and AUSV members vote, the nominations are then narrowed down to the top three candidates. The members of the community will vote and will then choose a winner. The winner of Suicide Prevention category will be announced the night of the Vettys®. 

CAREGIVER 

This award shall be given to an entity that has provided a framework for identifying priorities, organizing efforts, and contributing to a national focus on Caregivers in our communities across the board. Nomination submissions for the Caregiver category are open to the public. After nominations are closed and AUSV members vote, the nominations are then narrowed down to the top three candidates. The members of the community will vote and will then choose a winner. The winner of Caregiver category will be announced the night of the Vettys®. 

POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS

This award shall be given to an entity that has provided a framework for identifying priorities, organizing efforts, and contributing to a national focus on Post-Traumatic Stress in our communities across the board. Nomination submissions for the Post-Traumatic Stress category are open to the public. After nominations are closed and AUSV members vote, the nominations are then narrowed down to the top three candidates. The members of the community will vote and will then choose a winner. The winner of Post-Traumatic Stress category will be announced the night of the Vettys®. 

DEPRESSION

This award shall be given to an entity that has provided a framework for identifying priorities, organizing efforts, and contributing to a national focus on depression in our communities across the board. Nomination submissions for the Depression category are open to the public. After nominations are closed and AUSV members vote, the nominations are then narrowed down to the top three candidates. The members of the community will vote and will then choose a winner. The winner of Depression category will be announced the night of the Vettys®. 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE

This award shall be given to an entity that has provided a framework for identifying priorities, organizing efforts, and contributing to a national focus on Substance Abuse in our communities across the board. Nomination submissions for the Substance Abuse category are open to the public. After nominations are closed and AUSV members vote, the nominations are then narrowed down to the top three candidates. The members of the community will vote and will then choose a winner. The winner of Substance Abuse category will be announced the night of the Vettys®. 

HOMELESSNESS

This award shall be given to an entity that has provided a framework for identifying priorities, organizing efforts, and contributing to a national focus on Homelessness in our communitiesacross the board. Nomination submissions for the Homelessness category are open to the public. After nominations are closed and AUSV members vote, the nominations are then narrowed down to the top three candidates. The members of the community will vote and will then choose a winner. The winner of Homelessness category will be announced the night of the Vettys®. 

SEXUAL ASSAULT

This award shall be given to an entity that has provided a framework for identifying priorities, organizing efforts, and contributing to a national focus on Sexual Assault in our communities across the board. Nomination submissions for the Sexual Assault category are open to the public. After nominations are closed and AUSV members vote, the nominations are then narrowed down to the top three candidates. The members of the community will vote and will then choose a winner. The winner of Sexual Assault category will be announced the night of the Vettys®.