The ceremony, hosted by Stephen Fry at the British Film Institute tonight (November 19), recognises the best portrayals and reporting of mental health in the media.
The Showtime terrorism series was honoured in the 'Drama' category for its presentation of lead character Carrie Mathison's (Claire Danes) battle with bipolar disorder, which she attempts to keep hidden for the sake of her CIA career.
The 'Soap' award went to ITV1's Emmerdale for Zak Dingle's (Steve Halliwell) depression storyline, as he struggles to come to terms with the diagnosis.
Elsewhere, Piers Morgan's Life Stories - which saw interviews with a number of celebrities who have experienced mental health problems, such as Frank Bruno, Rolf Harris, Peter Andre and Paul Gascoigne - was acknowledged in 'Features & Factual Entertainment'.
Jasmine Harman's Britain's Biggest Hoarder won for 'Documentary', while her mother Vasoulla Savvidou - one of the subjects of the programme - collected the 'Speaking Out' award for her honesty and bravery in discussing her experiences.
The Saturdays' Frankie Sandford presented the 'Speaking Out' award. Recalling her own struggles, she said: "Speaking out about mental health problems can be hard for someone in the public eye, but it can be even harder for someone not used to publicity.
"In May this year, I gave an interview to Glamour magazine in which I talked for the first time about my own experience of depression and panic attacks. I know how hard that was and it is incredibly humbling to hear some of the first hand experience from those in the programmes featured here tonight."
BBC Radio 4's Henry's Demons, the Sunday Express's 'Crusade for Better Mental Health' campaign and Channel 4 News's anti-psychotic Drugs for Kids investigation were also honoured.
More information on the mental health charity Mind can be found on its official website.