HopeCheck: The mental health thermometer. Use it to automatically assess everyone, every week

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LCSW, School Counselor“I cover 350 students. Many hide their deep pain. No tool has ever given me more important, useful data than HopeCheck. It’s a blessing!”
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Private therapist“Doctors track blood pressure and weight to monitor physical health. I track hope to monitor my clients’ mental health.”
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Psychologist“There’s no downside. It’s been super easy to use. I get amazing patient insights and insurance reimburses me for each test. I really love it!”
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MD, GP“I conduct a phone assessment when I see persistent, low hope scores. I also review scores during annual physical exams.”
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Fast Food Franchisee“Many of my employees opted in to HopeCheck. When my weekly report shows someone is struggling, I reach out to offer help.”
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Support group coordinator“Our group is all about giving support! HopeCheck is an excellent tool to identify who needs more of our support.”

As easy as 1-2-3:

1. We measure hope

You invite anyone to opt-in. We ask them to self-score their hope. Science has proven hope is a biomarker for mental health. When hope is high, mental health is strong. When hope is low, mental health is weak. Know someone’s hope and you’ll know their mental wellbeing!

We measure hope

2. You get your own HopeCheck line

When you subscribe you get your own automated HopeCheck line. Invite anyone you want (students, clients, patients, employees, group members, etc.) to join your line. After they do, we send them a text message once a week asking them to score their hope from 0-10.

You get your own HopeCheck line

3. Visual reports show you who needs a check-in

We send you an email report of everyone’s weekly hope scores. Scan it in 5 seconds to see who is losing hope. The loss of hope is a key signal. It shows the earliest moment to do a check-in to assess a person’s mental health and offer them help and support.

Visual reports
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HopeCheck helps you improve people’s lives.

Early intervention matters. It can prevent serious problems from developing. Helping people improve their mental health will give them a healthier, more productive, and safer life!

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Insurance/medicare reimbursement

The ACA authorizes insurance / medicare reimbursement (with no copay) when you use an automated tool like HopeCheck.
CPT billing code: 96146.

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(for a limited time)

The family foundation that created HopeCheck has provided a grant to fund free subscriptions for a limited time. Grant funds are expected to be depleted in the next 25-30 days. Please register before then.

The foundation offers you this free subscription to help you identify people struggling with a loss of hope. Hope is a biomarker for mental health. When you see someone has lost hope, check-in with that person to ask them how they are feeling. If you are not a trained mental health professional, use HopeCheck to show you care, to offer your support, and to suggest local care options if warranted.

Free subscriptions are available while grant funds remain. To register for your free subscription, please complete all fields:

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About us

HopeCheck was created by a family foundation in memory of their young nephew, Stevie. Stevie died by suicide. HopeCheck is a Delaware public benefits corporation formed to serve non-profit medical and mental health practitioners, K-12 + college/university counselors, substance abuse therapists, and other non-profit practitioners. We recently expanded HopeCheck to also serve the needs of private practice psychologists, psychiatrists, MH nurse practitioners, MDs, LCSWs, marriage+family therapists, company managers, and other private parties who are in a position to identify people who struggle with mental health issues and get them help.

HopeCheck provides early awareness of emerging mental health issues. Early awareness can lead to early intervention. In turn, early intervention can help those who struggle lead happier, healthier, and safer lives!

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