Powered by Meadows Behavioral Healthcare, this innovative podcast explores recovery from different angles, welcoming multiple voices to the discussion
[WICKENBURG, ARIZONA – October 12, 2022] Meadows Behavioral Healthcare is celebrating the recognition of its new Recovery Replay podcast, which was named a Gold Winner in the w3 Awards in the General Series-Health & Wellness category. The honor finds MBH in good company, alongside winners that include Paramount, 60 Minutes, Bank of America, Givenchy, the US Secret Service, Cartier, Bezos Earth Fund, KitchenAid, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, and Gatorade.
Hosted and edited by Dominic Lawson, Recovery Replay debuted April 26, 2022. Season 1 was made up of 13 weekly episodes that each include an MBH program alum, a loved one, and a clinician discussing an individual’s recovery journey from three unique perspectives. Produced through Meadows Behavioral Healthcare’s digital marketing department, Recovery Replay joined MBH’s existing podcast, Beyond Theory, which is scheduled for a fifth season this fall.
“I’m so proud to see Dominic’s hard work recognized with this award,” says Cherie Carter, VP of Digital Marketing for Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. “Recovery Replay explores an important topic with a unique format that makes the subject matter instantly relatable. We’re grateful the show has found an audience.”
The w3 Awards honor creative excellence on the web, recognizing the people behind award-winning sites, marketing programs, social content, mobile sites, apps, and online video. In honoring the best of the web, the w3 Awards is the first major web competition where small firms are as likely to win as Fortune 500 companies and international agencies. Having just completed its seventeenth season, the w3 Awards received over 3,000 entries from advertising agencies, PR firms, digital agencies, in-house creative professionals, web and graphic designers.
Entries are judged based on a standard of excellence as determined by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), according to the category entered. To uphold a high standard of excellence, a category may have multiple winners, or may have no winners at all. Entries are scored on a 100-point scale by the judges. Less than 10% of all entries are selected as Gold Winners, while Best in Show selections represent the highest mark of distinction and are also selected by the Academy based on scoring. The judges award Best in Show honors to no more than 1% of all work entered.
ABOUT RECOVERY REPLAY
Recovery Replay, powered by Meadows Behavioral Healthcare, is a podcast that looks at the treatment and recovery process from three different perspectives. In each episode we hear from a treatment alum, a loved one, and a clinician, each adding commentary, context, and teachable moments to the story. Every recovery journey is unique, but each of our stories share a sense of transparency and honesty. For more info, visit RecoveryReplay.com.
ABOUT THE w3
The w3 is sanctioned and judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, an invitation- only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a “who’s who” of acclaimed media, interactive, advertising, and marketing firms. AIVA members include executives from organizations such as Majestyk, Big Spaceship, Foursquare, Media Monks, Conde Nast, Comcast, Disney, Microsoft, Wired, and many others.
ABOUT MEADOWS BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE
Meadows Behavioral Healthcare (MBH) is a network of specialized behavioral healthcare programs, individualized addiction recovery centers, and acute psychiatric care centers located throughout the United States. An industry leader, MBH provides evidence-based treatment for people struggling with trauma, drug and alcohol addiction, sex addiction, eating disorders, mental health issues, and co-occurring conditions. Their full continuum of programs and services deliver personalized treatment plans to people from all walks of life, meeting them at their point of need to help achieve long-term recovery. This treatment approach rooted in decades of clinical experience treating childhood and relational trauma, addiction, eating disorders, and mental health issues has established a strong foundation of trust among patients, referring healthcare partners and the local communities served. For more information on all of Meadows Behavioral Healthcare’s treatment services, visit meadowsbh.com, or call 800-244-4949.
For more information, contact:
Wendy Lee Nentwig