First, they lose their hope, then they self-harm. Monitor their hope to stop their self-harm.
For K-12 StudentsFor Your PatientsFor Your ClientsFor Group MembersFor Anyone!

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If you work with anyone, of any age, who may be at-risk of self-harm or suicide, please use HopeCheck.

_What we do:

We measure hope

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.

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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.

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_How we do it:

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.

1If part of your job is to help prevent self-harm or suicide attempts, start monitoring hope scores using HopeCheck.
2Invite anyone to your own HopeCheck line. We send them regular texts askng them to score their hope. Scores are flagged red, yellow or green so you know who is at highest risk.
3You are instantly notified of red-flagged responses (possible crisis event). You get a daily email report of yellow and green responses.
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A tool for college and K-12 counselors, MDs, psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, and all other practitioners.
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Hopecheck will help you prevent self-harm or suicide attempts. Try it and see! 100% free trial.

_Our story:

Why us?

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.

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