Virtual Town Hall
We’ll be streaming LIVE right here on wellbeings.org! Tune in to hear from youth, filmmakers, student reporters, and some other powerful voices of lived experience, as well as celebrity ambassadors who support youth mental health and wellness.
We Are Well Beings
Every day, everywhere, everybody is touched by mental health challenges. With our partners, we stand united and strong at a critical time in the health and well being of our nation. Meet our Well Beings partners!
The Definition of Insanity
Follow a team of dedicated public servants working through the courts to steer people with mental illness — as their court cases hang in the balance — on a path from incarceration to recovery. The Definition of Insanity is now streaming on PBS.
Join us as we work to demystify and destigmatize health concerns through storytelling. Together with partners from across the country, including patients, families, caregivers, and professionals, we will address the critical health needs of Americans through the creation of broadcast content, original digital content, and impactful local events.
Mental health challenges come in many forms, from all walks of life. Explore the stories below to see how others deal with the challenges and address the stigmas.
The Well Beings Tour will be coming to 24 cities across the country, 2020 – 2022, in collaboration with public media stations, local community organizations, national sponsors, and partners.
Through resource fairs, panel discussions, youth storytelling, performances, Mental Health First Aid Training, and more, the Well Beings Tour will convene and connect communities in a joint effort to address stigma and raise awareness about mental health and well-being.
Check our tour schedule below or sign up for our newsletter to receive tour information and updates.
Wyoming PBS, NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs, and other partners will be hosting the Well Beings Tour in Casper, Wyoming to address issues and provide resources around youth mental health. Join us for a resource fair, performances, and presentations to learn more about this important topic affecting Wyoming’s young people.
Come out and participate with Well Beings and South Florida PBS to learn more about youth mental health resources in your community. Learn about local resources, hear from experts, participate in interactive activities and more.
Well Beings will be teaming up with Alaska Public Media and American Public Media to focus on youth suicide prevention, coinciding with the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention in October. Providing youth mental health resources, Alaska Public Media will work with local partners that include the Alaska Mental Health Trust, educators and an extensive network of public libraries.
Join Well Beings, Twin Cities PBS and American Public Media to explore local and national youth mental health organizations at a dedicated resource fair, hear from mental health experts, and learn from youth who are overcoming mental health challenges. All are welcome!
Well Beings will team up with NET, PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs, and American Public Media for an evening dedicated to youth mental health awareness. Learn about local and national resources, hear from youth, experts, performance artists and more.
Join Well Beings, WUCF, and American Public Media as we shine a light on youth mental health resources! Hear from experts and young people who have lived experiences with mental health challenges.
Well Beings, Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB), PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs, One Mind, and community organizations will come together at NAMICon 2020 for an afternoon dedicated to youth mental health awareness, resources, storytelling, a panel discussion on diversity & mental health and more.
Las Vegas, NV
Join Vegas PBS for an event that brings together mental health experts, community leaders, and the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab to address youth mental health and provide connections to an array of resources. The event will raise awareness on this growing issue, and share how local community members and institutions are tackling this important topic.