About Koko

Koko uses AI and machine learning to make mental health and well-being accessible to everyone, especially young adults and underserved populations. Their mission is to reduce all barriers to accessing mental health interventions and believe interventions should be free, scalable, instant-access, and embedded seamlessly into the lives of the users. 

Koko embeds free digital interventions directly into online platforms, reaching users where they are. They have built services for Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitch, Snap, and Kik, among others. 

Learn more at https://www.koko.ai/

People on Koko who help others the most show the most mental health benefits. We are now building a movement around this simple idea: help yourself by helping others.
Rob Morris, CEO

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