Facebook Be Well Community Movement | Burrell Behavioral Health

Be Well Bells

Be Well Community Movement

Visible across our communities, Be Well Bells ring in a new narrative. Community wellness requires the commitment and participation of every single one of us. Be Well Bells serve as a symbol of hope and healing for our communities.

Ring in Hope, Healing & Wellness

Businesses will display a Be Well Bell at their organization to elevate mental health and mental health conversations, reduce stigma and suicide, create community connection, provide resources, and serve as a visual sign of the organization's commitment to overall wellness. Each organization's bell will:

  • Elevate mental health
  • Serve as a visual reminder of ending stigma associated with mental health, inspiring lives worth living, and reducing suicide
  • Open conversations to additional supports and resources
  • Inspire HOPE for a better tomorrow
  • Be a decorative, custom sculpture designed by local artists
  • Be displayed for one year, in possession of the participating business for the duration of the campaign
Join the Movement

Be Well Bells

Designed by Riana Clark, Presented by Burrell Behavioral Health

Designed by Meg Wagler, Presented by Community Foundation of the Ozarks

Designed by Avery Parrish, Presented by OACAC

Designed by Sarah Gatewood, Presented by Commerce Bank

Designed by Riana Clark, Presented by Sculpture Walk Springfield

Calling All Artists!

Are you passionate about mental health awareness and hope to use your gifts and talents to change the world for the better? We are actively seeking talented local artists to design Be Well Bells for the Be Well Community Movement. Use the button below to apply!

Apply Today

Looking for Free Mental Health Resources? Check Out These Tools!

Resources We Love

Connect with the Be Well Community

Have questions or want to learn more? Contact us today!

Instagram: @burrellcenter
Twitter: @burrellcenter

Email Us
24-Hour Crisis Line

Call our toll-free, 24-hour telephone line for help with your immediate crisis situation.

Southwest Missouri: 1-800-494-7355

Central Missouri: 1-800-395-2132

Northwest Arkansas: 1-888-518-0108