The science is clear: People who lose hope are far more likely to self-harm or attempt suicide. We monitor hope with frequent text surveys asking recipients to score their hope outlook from 0-10. When their hope scores drop, we notify you so you can assess the situation and act to stop any possible self-harm.
HopeCheck satisfies all legal and privacy laws. Note for K-12 counselors: We get all parental consent on behalf of you and your school or district.
A significant drop in hope is a key signal someone may self-harm.
We monitor hope and tell you when hope scores drop. You then assess the situation to help.
We are a public benefits corporation started by a family foundation. We help counselors track hope as a mental health vital sign. When someone’s hope level drops, it is the surest sign the person is at their highest risk of self-harm or suicide. We created HopeCheck to help prevent that from happening.