Call for Nominations is Now Open!
Ann Klein Advocate Awards and Mike Lione Accessibility Award
The awards are given to a group of select individuals and organizations, nominated by the public,who have performed exemplary work as advocates for people living with disabilities and/or vulnerable populations.
For more information or to nominate an individual or organization:
Ann Klein Advocate Award Mike Lione Accessibility Award
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About the Ann Klein Advocate Awards
& Mike Lione Accessibility Award
The Ann Klein Advocate Awards was created in 1988 to honor Ann Klein, former Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Human Services, who was instrumental in establishing a community-based system of care for people with mental and physical disabilities. The award recognizes honorees for the outstanding contributions they have made in improving the lives of people living with disabilities.
The Mike Lione Accessibility Award was established in 2013 in memory of long time Community Health Law Project Board Member and former chair Mike Lione. This award is presented to an individual or entity that has performed exemplary work as an advocate for accessibility on behalf of persons living with disabilities.
See CHLP's past award honorees HERE.