Join us Friday, October 27 for a series of EXTRAORDINARY events!

Join hundreds of mental health providers, community members, and organizations as we come together to learn about, connect with, and pay tribute to the life-changing work, education and resources being offered to improve mental health in our community.

In Conjunction with the 2023 UVU Conference on Mental Health

Friday, October 27 | 5:30 – 7:00 PM
UVU Sorensen Center Grande Ballroom

EO proudly presents the Evening of Excellence Awards Dinner to honor outstanding contributions within the field of mental health. These awards, nominated and voted on by our community members, recognize the dedication to and within and passion for supporting our community.

Voting is OPEN! Recognize outstanding mental health support in our community by voting now for an Extraordinary provider. Voting closes Wednesday, October 25th at Noon MDT.

Cast Your Vote


Exclusive access to this event is reserved for our valued partners, generous sponsors, and their guests.

Friday, October 27 | 7:30 – 9:00 PM
UVU Ragan Theater

Join us for an evening of celebration, music, gratitude, and community as we pay tribute to mental health providers of all types and the Extraordinary work they do! Headlined by mental health advocate Filmore, this celebration is dedicated to all mental health providers who work tirelessly to support mental health in our community.

Exclusive access to this Extraordinary event is reserved for our valued partners, generous sponsors, and their guests.



Take ACTION…Become a Sponsor,
Partner, or Patron

And Receive EXTRAORDINARY Benefits.
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Your support combines ACTION & awareness. You’ll receive benefits including priority seats/tables at the Evening of Excellence Awards Dinner, exclusive tickets to the Tribute Concert featuring FILMORE and exclusive marketing, TV & radio publicity, and Extraordinary exposure in general for your organization.
Your involvement and support support connection to mental health resources and the improvement of mental health education in general.