Early action saves lives

Evidence-based programs to increase mental health literacy, prevent suicide, and promote lifelong wellness


Mental health literacy (MHL) develops psychological resilience and improves mental health outcomes

All programs are reviewed by clinicians, and designed to increase MHL

Trusted and used by schools, organizations, and clinics across the US

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Evidence-backed results

Research shows that mental health literacy promotes early action and better life outcomes.
Our programs helps organizations increase mental health literacy effectively and easily

Easily measure and improve mental health literacy

Our Basics & Foundations programs include assessments which measure existing knowledge, stigma, and current behaviors. Organizations get access to a dashboard to view MHL scores and areas of focus for their communities

Active, AI-powered learning

Powered by OpenAI, our built-in AI tutors help learners actively practice skills & retain knowledge

Engaging content that resonates with learners

Our interactive programs covers key concepts with short-form videos and visuals

Loved by youth, educators,
clinicians, and caregivers

Built by designers, verified by doctors, loved by instructors, and made for learners of all ages

BHB was really helpful. I wish I had taken the SPOT program sooner. It would have really helped me last year with supporting my students and my family.

Lisa Moran

Instructor @ After School Matters

I took the Brain Health Bootcamp and just want to say I thought it was EXCELLENT!!!! Thank you for providing such a useful tool! I introduced it to a few of my classes and had one student come up to me after class and gush about how grateful they are to see such an accurate portrayal of mental health challenges.

Nancy Slocum

Teacher at Concord Carlisle High School

My students felt that the Bootcamp was very informative and beneficial. I believe BHB is a good way to get young people to think introspectively without feeling, or having the fear of being stigmatized about discussing what they are feeling during this tumultuous time. [After taking the program] A few of our students have even felt comfortable enough to seek assistance from outside sources, just to talk.

Dr. Renee Mapp

Program Coordinator, Senior Education Specialist, Counselor

I feel much more comfortable having conversations about this with my friends now that I am more informed and think I have become a more understanding person because of this program.


High School Student

I've taken other suicide prevention courses in the past. I thought with SPOT, though, it just really simplified the process and gave me the most important takeaways. I thought the AI part was really cool and fun and I really liked the process of practicing with the 6 questions.

Kristen Thibeault

Counselor @ Medfield High School

Mental health is everything. We can't succeed as students without having good health. I'm so glad this program exists and I will continue advocating for it because mental health literacy is so important and this provides us with chance to de-stigmatize mental health and actually get help.


High School Student
Health literacy is a stronger predictor of health status than age, income, employment status, education level, race, or ethnic group.
Early treatment is effective and can help young people stay in school and on track to achieving their life goals.

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