Willie J. Mackey National Medical Respite Award
This award is named in honor of the late Willie J. Mackey, a dedicated member of the RCPN Steering Committee and a fierce advocate for medical respite care. This award recognizes an individual who has made a profound impact on their community through the delivery or advancement of medical respite care. The award is presented annually at the National Health Care for the Homeless Conference. *
The nomination period for this award is currently closed.
The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of medical respite care by an individual as determined by their impact on improved health and quality of life for people experiencing homelessness. Contributions to the field can include, but are not limited to, clinical care, program development, policy change, advocacy, community collaboration, or innovations in research.
- Online Nomination Form
- Letter of support from a client or professional associate of the nominee
- The Respite Care Providers Network will review all nominations and select the award recipient based on the stated criteria.
- Staff will notify all nominators of selection results.
Please email nomination materials or questions to Julia Dobbins. Incomplete nominations will not be considered.
*The Respite Care Providers Network will provide support to the award recipient to attend the National Health Care for the Homeless Conference and receive the award.
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