Find out what happened at the 2017 Voice Awards event.
Honoring Those Who Serve: Hope, Resilience, and Recovery
SAMHSA’s 2017 Voice Awards program recognized television and film writers and producers along with community leaders for outstanding efforts to raise awareness and understanding of mental illnesses and/or addictions. The 12th annual Voice Awards, highlighting the theme Honoring Those Who Serve: Hope, Resilience, and Recovery, spotlighted efforts that provide hope and support to past and present military service members and their families who have faced mental health and addiction challenges. This event was held on August 16, 2017, at UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles.
The 2017 Voice Awards event was hosted by celebrity chef Robert Irvine, who has been an ardent supporter of issues affecting military personnel and their families through the Robert Irvine Foundation.
2017 Event Videos on YouTube
- Full event (2 hours, 1 minute)
- Host welcome remarks (2 minutes)
- SAMHSA welcome remarks (7 minutes)
- Awardee acceptance remarks playlist
Additional 2017 Event Information and Resources