BetterHelp leads Mental Health Awareness Month 2022 initiatives with high-impact partnerships and charitable giving

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BetterHelp, the world’s largest online therapy platform, is honoring Mental Health Awareness Month 2022 with a wide range of charitable initiatives and partnerships focused on expanding access to mental health care. mental health by providing free therapy to thousands of people.

Throughout the month, BetterHelp partnered with leading brands, such as We work, who are committed to putting people first in the new hybrid world of work; artists like Ariana Grande, an influential advocate for the destigmatization of mental health; and other social impact collaborations dedicated to improving lives by creating accessible and equitable access to care.

Together, BetterHelp and these partners have donated hundreds of thousands of months of therapy to people around the world.

BetterHelp and WeWork The partnership created innovative ways to connect WeWork members to mental health resources and celebrated Mental Health Awareness Month through wellness-focused events at WeWorks across the country. WeWork members can also access one month of free therapy at betterhelp.com

Ariana Grande and BetterHelp has pledged to provide up to 100,000 hours of free therapy to Grande followers. Through this partnership, BetterHelp and Grande hope to inspire people around the world to make room for their mental health, this month and beyond.

BetterHelp has had the pleasure of working closely with many influential artists this year, including Justin Bieber, Brandon Lake and Ariana Grande, whose continued collaboration is a testament to their social advocacy and commitment to democratizing mental health and raising awareness about mental illness. mental well-being.

On top of that, BetterHelp has partnered with Beyond type 1, a non-profit organization changing what it means to live with diabetes, to encourage anyone affected by a chronic condition to check their mental health as well. As good as REFORM Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming probation and parole by changing laws, systems, and culture to create real pathways to work and well-being. BetterHelp and REFORM Alliance will work together to provide free therapy to formerly incarcerated people and anyone affected by the justice system.

“Mental Health Awareness Month allows us to leverage these incredible partnerships to bring our daily mission of making mental health care more accessible to a wider audience,” said Alon Matas, President and Founder of BetterHelp. “This month and every month, we will continue to find innovative ways to increase that access and awareness of therapy.”

About BetterHelp

BetterHelp is the world’s largest therapy platform, facilitating over 5,000,000 video sessions, voice calls, chats and messages every month. We’ve made it our mission to ensure everyone has easy, affordable, and private access to high-quality therapy. Since 2013, more than 30,000 licensed, credentialed, and certified therapists in the BetterHelp Network have helped more than 2,000,000 people meet life’s challenges and improve their mental health.

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