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Awards & Recognition

Since launching in 2020, Well Beings has received international and national awards for outstanding content and platform development.

2021

Most Impactful Film Award, Mental Health & Suicide Awareness Film Festival, Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Gold w3 Award, Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts, WellBeings.org, Health Websites

Gold w3 Award, Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts, Little Actions Make a Big Difference, Social Content & Marketing: Health & Wellness

International Silver Davey Award, Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, WellBeings.org, Website: Health & Health Services

International Silver Davey Award, Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, Little Actions Make a Big Difference, Online Video: Health & Fitness

Official Selection, LA Shorts International Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, BronzeLens Film Festival, Out of the Dark: How One Teen’s Suicide Attempt Led to a Life-Changing App

Official Selection, HollyShorts Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, Edmonton International Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, Rhode Island International Film Festival, Out of the Dark: How One Teen’s Suicide Attempt Led to a Life-Changing App

Official Selection, Chagrin Documentary Film Festival, Out of the Dark: How One Teen’s Suicide Attempt Led to a Life-Changing App

Official Selection, The 23rd Roxbury International Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, Woods Hole Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, Sidewalk Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, OutSouth Queer Film Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, International Black Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, Global Peace Film Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, Reeling Chicago Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, Montana International Film Festival, Out of the Dark: How One Teen’s Suicide Attempt Led to a Life-Changing App

Official Selection, Port Townsend Film Festival, Out of the Dark: How One Teen’s Suicide Attempt Led to a Life-Changing App

Official Selection, Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, La Femme International Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, San Diego International Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, Tampa Bay International Gay and Lesbian Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, Seattle Queer Film Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, Paladino D’Oro Sport Film Festival, Out of the Dark: An Olympic Athlete Takes on Depression

Official Selection, MHSA Film Festival, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

Official Selection, International PSA Competition, Out of the Dark: Suicide Note: A Poet’s Journey Through Depression

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 text the Crisis Text Line (text HELLO to 741741), or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Both services are free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.