LINCOLN – “Ron’s Story of Recovery,” a video produced by Fellowship Health Resources, won an award in the motivational category at the 33rd annual Telly Awards, which honors local film and video productions. More than 13,000 submissions were received by the Silver Telly Council, which administers the awards.
“It’s very exciting to have our work recognized at this level,” says Joe Dziobek, president and CEO of Fellowship Health Resources. “Ron’s story captures the spirit of [our] mission and I couldn’t be more proud to see this video winning a national award.”
In the video, Ron, a person served from Rhode Island, and Leah Babat, a Fellowship house program director, share his journey to recovery in the video. “Ron is a talented musician who overcame serious challenges and is a tremendous inspiration to all of us,” Dziobek said.
Fellowship Health Resources began operating its media department more than two years ago, according to Mike Ratté, director of corporate media. We’re honored to have the opportunity to work with this incredible staff,” explains Director of Corporate Media Mike “Seeing our agency shine in a national spotlight is something for everyone in the our community to feel great about,” Ratté said.
Fellowship Health Resources, a non-profit agency headquartered in Lincoln, currently serves individuals in 74 programs in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina.
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