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Well Beings Youth Mental Health Project Debuts “Out of the Dark” Web-Series
February 10, 2021
Today, Well Beings announced the premiere of a new web-series OUT OF THE DARK produced by Redglass Pictures, which will become available for viewing on the newly launched Well Beings website. The three-part web-series showcases the personal stories of three of the most influential youth activists in the mental health space — Olympic athlete Raven Saunders, App Creator Hannah Lucas, and poet AKeem Rollins — as they take on the fundamental question: “How do you define mental toughness?”

50% of Teens Say Pandemic Has Worsened Their Mental Health; Over 70% Believe Pandemic Has Disadvantaged Their Generation
October 15, 2020
Public media survey identifies loneliness, anxiety, and depression as the most common feelings among teens in 2020. Well Beings and PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs will also hold a Teens, COVID, and Coping virtual town hall featuring adolescent psychologist Lisa Damour, Counselor of the Year Laura Ross, and teens, moderated by PBS NewsHour’s Amna Nawaz.

National Health Campaign — Well Beings — Launched at NAMICon 2020 with Celebrity Lineup & Focus on Youth Mental Health 
July 14, 2020
Featuring Kid Cudi, Alanis Morissette, Billy Porter, Demi Moore, Jewel, Josh Gad, Matthew McConaughey, Finn Wolfhard, Ariel Winter, Lavar Burton, Bill Pullman, Sean Astin, Gabriella Pizzolo, Drew Carey, Ian Alexander, Joel de la Fuente, Darrell Hammond, Eugene Simon, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Penn Jillette, Raven Saunders, Scott Bakula, Michael Urie, Rocco DiSpirito, Rachel Nicholes, Judith Ivey, Norm Lewis, Lucas Calhoun, Akilah Hughes, Rema Webb, Tyrone Mitchell Henderson, Stephanie Kurtzuba, Jessamyn Blakeslee and more.

WETA Public Media in Washington, D.C. and a Coalition of Public Health Partners Launch National Youth Mental Health Project
May 21, 2020
Well Beings provides teens a platform to share stories and find resources amid the COVID-19 crisis with digital-first content, PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs’ journalists report on youth mental health across the country, and Ken Burns to executive produce a documentary on youth mental health.

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.