We’re on a mission to bring accessible, affordable mental health support to everyone who needs it by empowering people to support each other, starting with college students. We do this by mobilizing and scaling peer support with tech. We are building a future of flourishing minds for all: where everyone can be their best self and achieve their potential.

Peer support jobs & free training for students

Flourish Labs is empowering college students to support each other with free mental health peer training. We will be offering students the opportunity to work as a peer supporter during their studies in the peer network we’re launching later this year.

The håp app

håp is a self-tracking app for the mind that fosters human connection. håp helps you understand the ups and downs of your mind and to access support, using technology that you likely have with you at all times: a smartphone and a wearable device.

håp empowers you with your own data and helps you gain more emotional self-awareness. håp also connects you to support from others. The håp signal, a new feature in the app, makes it easier to reach out and get support from your friends when you need it. If you’re in crisis, you can access crisis support from a Crisis Text Line counsellor with the tap of a button.

håp helps you track the ups and downs of your mind

Bring peer support and håp to your college

We’re working with student groups, career centers, psychology departments and innovation groups at Northeastern University, University of St Thomas Houston, Western Governors University, Arizona State University and University of Oregon. We’re always looking for more college partners, especially community colleges and others with diverse student populations.

Try the håp app

håp is freely available to any student over the age of 16 studying in the US. You just need an email address ending in .edu to sign in. As a håp user, you can refer friends and family to try håp with your referral link, even if they are not a student.

Our partners

We are partnering with nonprofits and academics who are experts in youth mental health.

Active Minds

Student outreach and codesign
Active Minds is the leading nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults.

Youth Era

Peer support
Youth Era is a global leader in empowering young people through peer support, equipping them with tools to help themselves and their peers.

Crisis Text Line

Crisis support
Crisis Text Line provides free, high quality crisis support through text messaging. Trained, compassionate Crisis Text Line crisis counselors are available 24/7 for any crisis, not just suicide.

Stanford professor Dr. Manpreet Singh, University of North Carolina professor Dr. Sam McLean and the WGU Labs research team will lead an independent research study on håp.

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