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Bradley Cooper’s Lea Pictures and WETA Well Beings are in production on a new documentary and national engagement campaign on the state and stakes of providing care in America.

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Out of the Dark

Mental Health

An intimate look at the journey of professional athlete Cal Calamia, a transgender marathon runner who’s advocating for inclusion in the running world.

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AAPI Youth Lack Mental Health Resources

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A new survey highlights disparities faced by Asian American/Pacific Islander youth in accessing mental health services, particularly for issues like eating disorders.

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Exploring Students’ Global Perspectives

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Students explore the benefits of study abroad and the importance of paying attention to international news, like what’s going on in the Middle East.

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How do you fight an enemy you can’t see? Well Beings presents a youth-focused digital series, Out of The Dark. The series follows young people from diverse backgrounds who face the greatest challenge of their life and find strength they never knew they had.

Germs is a multiplatform public media series for national audiences about how human behavior is impacting our relationships with microbes and driving drug-resistant infections.

The Well Beings campaign addresses the critical health needs of Americans through broadcast content, original digital content, and impactful local events. The multi-year campaign, created by WETA Washington, D.C., brings together partners from across the country, including patients, families, caregivers, teachers, medical and mental health professionals, social service agencies, private foundations, filmmakers, corporations and media sponsors, to create awareness and resources for better health for all.

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The We Are Well Beings Storywall is made possible by:

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Use #WellBeings on social media posts to contribute your story, messages of encouragement, and favorite mental health resources to Well Beings Community Story Wall. By voluntarily posting your video/photo/text on your public social media with the hashtag #WellBeings for Storywall consideration, you agree to allow WETA and its partners, Otsuka and PEOPLE®, to use your video/photo/text and appearance on all WETA and Well Beings digital platforms for its Well Beings campaign and Youth Mental Health Project.

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The Well Beings Tour is a series of community-based outreach events hosted by local public media stations across the country to demystify and normalize mental health matters, address discrimination and stigma, and encourage compassion. Sign up for our newsletter to receive tour information and updates.

WellBeings.org is a mental health resource, not a crisis or suicide response website. If you are in crisis, or experiencing thoughts of suicide, please call or text the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988. The service is free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.