Facebook Messenger tools for mental health

Facebook Messenger gets new tools for World Mental Health Day

One tool is a camera filter called Let's Talk, which users can apply when talking to friends who may be reluctant to ask for help.
META Mental Health App For College Students

META launches mental health app for college students

The app allows students to select therapist and use insurance for teletherapy, solving the growing need for counseling on campuses.
NHS Digital

UK’s NHS Digital launches Mental Health Data Hub

The hub enables healthcare workers, patients, carers, charities and researchers to find the information most relevant to them at their fingertips.
Big Health Sleepio

Big Health, Castlight Health team-up to offer employee mental health solution

Castlight's 250+ employer clients will be able to deliver improved mental health to their employees with Big Health's sleep improvement program Sleepio.
Ginger.io iOS app

Ginger.io relaunches as an online mental healthcare service

The company established nationwide healthcare network to provide coaching, therapy and psychiatry; utilizing data to improve and measure the experience.
Sutter Health app

Sutter Health taps Quartet to advance mental healthcare in Northern California

The two parties will work to improve ways of diagnosing and delivering care to residents living with mental health conditions.
TheraChat

Therachat updates its mental health platform to improve client engagement in-between therapies

The updated smart journaling tool now leverages artificial intelligence, advanced analytics and data insights to improve therapy outcomes.
Woebot app

New Facebook Messenger chatbot launches to improve mental health

Woebot is dubbed an accessible, personalized, and affordable treatment option for the millions of people suffering from mood-based mental illness.
BiAffect app

Mobile app that tracks bipolar manic and depressive episodes wins award

BiAffect can monitor mobile device usage, including keyboard typing speed, to predict manic and depressive episodes in people with bipolar disorder.
Sunrise Health app

Sunrise launches its AI-powered group chat app to tackle mental health issues

The startup's app, now in beta, is available for free to patients, and is licensed as software-as-a-service to healthcare providers