Community is essential in getting through difficult times. Isolation, and a lack of social connection can exacerbate personal challenges and mental health conditions.
Employers, unions, and professional associations are struggling to keep their employees and members connected and healthy. Additionally, even though most employers and member organizations have an EAP and/or counselling services available, there are many employees and members who do not reach out for help.
That’s where Togetherall comes in. Our goal is to help shape a world where conversations about mental health are normalized – no one should suffer alone.
Togetherall’s community has broad appeal and applicability across demographics, issues, severity, and stage of intervention.
No matter who you are, where you are at or what you are struggling with, there is a place in Togetherall for everyone.
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, as well as provide benefit to those employees in counselling or treatment.
24/7 clinical moderation – licensed clinicians monitor and moderate around the clock for the safety of members, and to ensure the community remains inclusive and supportive.
At-risk members are identified, assessed, and navigated to appropriate supports depending on level of risk
The lowest cost, human-driven mental health service available
Togetherall can be uniquely configured to specific populations – if a majority of your workforce is in a particular role or identifies with a specific profession, Togetherall has peer groups that enable individuals in similar roles or professions to connect, share and support each other through the shared experiences and mental health concerns unique to the job. Whether your employees or members are healthcare workers, first responders, teachers, skilled trades laborers, Togetherall provides a welcoming, safe space for folks who often feel like traditional mental health services aren’t for people “like them”.
indicate they have no other form of support outside of Togetherall
of members considered suicide in the past 6 months
use Togetherall while engaged in some other form of support