June 19, 2003

KHOU's Nancy Holland honored by Mental Health Association

Houston,TX -- KHOU-TV, Channel 11 reporter Nancy Holland has been awarded the 2003 Outstanding Mental Health Television Reporter award, by the Mental Health Association of Greater Houston.

According to the Mental Health Association, "Nancy's stories on stigma, the mental health crisis and mental health parity, had a great impact upon hundreds of thousands of viewers and are helping to educate Houstonians about mental health and mental illness issues." The award will be given on Wednesday, June 25, during a ceremony at the Houston City Club, in Greenway Plaza.

Holland has been a general assignment reporter with 11 News since 1985.

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