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Scalable population-wide mental health support

Togetherall’s safe, clinically moderated, anonymous online peer-to-peer support is a critical part of a broader system of support. Referrals to a supportive community of others who have gone through similar challenges are a natural part of care, and what we thrive on providing at Togetherall. We help meet the demands of large, diverse populations and integrate into systems of care to enable population-wide access to a safe, supportive mental health community.

Togetherall provides:

Togetherall partners with provincial or municipal governments or jurisdictions and health authorities looking for a population health approach to mental health that is scalable, accessible, and proven to engage underserved populations.

  • A safe, vibrant, anonymous, peer-to-peer mental health community proven to reach and engage underserved populations who don’t traditionally reach out for help
  • 24/7 clinical moderation – licensed clinicians monitors and moderate around the clock for the safety of members, and to ensure the community remains inclusive and supportive
  • Risk management – At-Risk members are identified, assessed and navigated to appropriate supports depending on level of risk
  • Integration with existing services – our community is designed to integrate with a stepped-care approach to mental health
  • Configurable groups for specific populations – whether students, healthcare workers or first responders, Togetherall can connect individuals to others in similar environments and situations
  • Scalable – We are trusted by health authorities for 15+ years for our highly scalable and evidence-based model
27%
of members identify as BIPOC
35%
indicate they have no other form of support outside of Togetherall
88%
experienced an improvement in well-being as a result of being a Togetherall member
65%
use Togetherall as a complimentary support alongside treatment

Through Togetherall I was able to connect with others in similar situations. Being able to talk to someone who could relate to what I was going through made the difference.
- Resident in Nova Scotia
The power of peer-to-peer support within a clinically moderated model gives Albertans the opportunity to share their lived experiences in a safe and inclusive space where they have can have honest conversations about depression, anxiety or other mental health issues they may be experiencing.
- Alberta Health Services

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Take the next step in discovering how we can work together and begin your community’s mental health success story –speak with one of our experts today.