The National Council for Behavioral Health has announced that that they will be honoring Trillium Family Services Chief Impact Officer Logan Lynn with the 2017 ”Award of Excellence” for “Excellence in Artistic Expression” at this year’s national behavioral healthcare conference, taking place in Seattle, Washington in April.
In addition to being Trillium’s Chief Impact Officer since 2014, Logan Lynn is a successful musician, writer, producer, filmmaker and television personality who has used his public platform to raise awareness and explore issues of recovery and resilience for decades.
Logan is the Founder of the Keep Oregon Well campaign and social movement to fight the stigma of mental illness and end discrimination, a partnership between Lynn and Trillium Family Services (Oregon’s largest provider of mental and behavioral healthcare for children and families), Alpha Media, iHeartMedia, KGW-TV/NBC and an entire army of celebrity talent. In 2015, Keep Oregon Well was named one of the “Top 5 Anti-Stigma Campaigns in the United States” by The Huffington Post and was presented in Washington, D.C. at the National Collaborative for Building Community Resilience as a potential solution for helping to solve our mental health crisis, not just in Oregon, but across the nation.
Logan Lynn released his 8th studio album ADIEU on September 23rd, 2016. The record explored issues of mental health, addiction recovery, grief, loss, resilience and Lynn’s own lifelong battle with overcoming persistent suicidal ideation. ADIEU was named one of the “Top 10 Albums of 2016” by Blurt Magazine and Disarm Magazine, as well as one of the “Top 5 Albums of 2016” by Insite Magazine. In January of 2017 Logan Lynn released a documentary film titled “Lead With Love”, about his controversial Inter-Community Dialogue Project with the conservative evangelical Mars Hill Church. Additionally, he will star in “Last Meal“, a new horror-comedy TV series from Two Penguins Productions and the writers of “Search Party” on TBS, this spring.
Join Trillium Family Services in celebrating Logan Lynn’s “Award of Excellence” in the behavioral health field!
For more on the National Council on Behavioral Health and the “Awards of Excellence” event honoring Logan Lynn, visit www.TheNationalCouncil.org/About/Awards/
For more on the Keep Oregon Well campaign and social movement to fight stigma and end discrimination, visit www.KeepOregonWell.com