Get Involved

Support Well Beings and help spread the word! Below you will find easy ways to keep up to date with Well Beings news, as well as information and resources that are easily shareable. We invite you to use any of the resources below to help us spread the word about Well Beings.

Thank you for joining us as we work to demystify and destigmatize health concerns through storytelling!

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Share Your Story

We ask the public of all ages to submit personal reflections, videos, photos, and short stories to offer hope, foster understanding, build community, and break down stigma. Video can easily be submitted via social media using the hashtag #WellBeings or emailed to Submission may be featured in the We Are Well Beings Storywall. The We Are Well Beings Storywall is made possible through generous support provided by Otsuka and People.

Sign Up for Our Monthly Newsletter

Each month, Well Beings sends out a monthly newsletter featuring upcoming events, timely resources, the latest news and information, and more! View past newsletters or sign up here to receive future newsletters directly in your inbox.

Download Graphics and Videos to Use on Social Media

The #WellBeings Social Media Toolkit provides videos, graphics, and social copy for you to easily share to your social media platforms – all at your fingertips. Within this toolkit, you will find evergreen promotional messaging to help spread awareness of the Well Beings project, as well as individual tabs for more targeted social media campaigns. Each tab also contains additional promotion assets available for download at the bottom of the page. 

Participate in Our National Virtual Tour

The Well Beings Tour is making its way to 31 cities across the country, 2020 – 2022, in collaboration with public media stations, local community organizations, national sponsors, and partners. Through resources, panel discussions, youth storytelling, performances, Mental Health First Aid Training, and more, the Well Beings Tour is convening and connecting communities in a joint effort to address stigma and raise awareness about mental health and well being. 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.