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MindRight Health

Mental Health

About MindRight Health

MindRight Health was founded in June 2019 with the mission of making mental health care radically accessible and inclusive. They partner with health plans, including Medicaid, to provide non-clinical mental health coaching via text message to meet youth where they are. Their work centers on communities with historically marginal access to care and leverages technology to create opportunities for systemic healing.

Learn more at https://www.mindright.io/

We recognize that community healing is a collective effort and we are proud to partner with Hopelab, a mission-aligned team that shares our unapologetic commitment to supporting the mental health of BIPOC communities.
Ashley Edwards, Founder & CEO MindRight Health
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They talked me through a lot of stuff that I never thought anyone would ever hear. They make me feel safe and seen when I feel like it’s easier to hide everything. They listen to me and always give the best advice. I feel ready to live my life after talking to them because they make me feel like I’m healthy and capable of making good decisions for my future. It’s because of them (and myself) that I think I’m going to have a great future.
MindRight User
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