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Our mission is to mobilize and scale professional peer support with tech to address the mental health crisis.

We combine mental health science and technology to foster flourishing minds for all. We are building a future where everyone can be their best self and achieve their potential, starting with college students.

Introducing håp.

håp is a self-tracking app for the mind that fosters human connection. håp helps you understand the ups and downs of your mind, using technology that you likely have with you at all times: a smartphone and a wearable device.

håp empowers you with your own data and helps you gain more emotional self-awareness. In addition to self-tracking, håp is being designed to foster support from others. Currently håp offers crisis support from Crisis Text Line. Soon it will enable you to connect with peer supporters.

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Bring håp to your college.

We are launching our peer support service for the fall semester and are training students over the summer. Becoming a peer supporter is a meaningful, attractive part-time student job that provides students with training and leadership opportunities that will be useful in whichever career they choose. We offer the opportunity to students to get trained as a peer supporter, and provide support to students who need it on your campus.

If you are a student, you can bring håp to your college as a håp Ambassador.

If you are faculty or staff, explore with us how to include your college in our pilot.

Try the håp app

håp is being built with students, for students. If you are a college student, you can get access to the beta app and help håp get better by joining our Trusted Tester program.

Our partners

We are partnering with nonprofits and academics who are experts in youth mental health.

Active Minds

Student outreach & codesign
Active Minds is the leading nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults.

Youth Era

Peer support
Youth Era is a global leader in empowering young people through peer support, equipping them with tools to help themselves and their peers.

Crisis Text Line

Crisis support
Crisis Text Line provides free, high quality crisis support through text messaging. Trained, compassionate Crisis Text Line crisis counselors are available 24/7 for any crisis, not just suicide.

Research
Stanford professor Dr. Manpreet Singh and University of North Carolina professor Dr Sam McLean will lead an independent research study on håp.

About us

We combine mental health science and technology to foster flourishing minds for all. Our mission is to mobilize and scale professional peer support with tech to address the mental health crisis. Learn more about us.

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