August 25, 2020 Supportiv Whitepaper Synthesizes Research On Under-Utilized Mental Health Solution

Supportiv’s new whitepaper synthesizes 120 research studies, evaluating the impact and ROI of peer support on health and well-being. The whitepaper conveys the promise of online peer support as a novel, affordable, population-scale solution to the escalating mental wellness crisis, and to the downstream health impacts of emotional struggle.

August 12, 2020 Teachers: Honor Your Struggle In 5 Steps

The general public jokes that it’s not hard to be a teacher. That’s certainly reflected in the wages American educators earn, and in the public discourse surrounding pandemic education.

February 09, 2020 Random Acts of Kindness Day 2020: The Power of Peers

In honor of Random Acts of Kindness Day, we asked people to share words of encouragement for a stranger. In exchange, they got a motivational message from someone else.

There are very few better ways to brighten someone’s day, than with kind words. And no better place to get kind words, than from peers!

June 05, 2019 Why Peer Support? Ask Our Users

Thinking about seeking peer support, but not sure if it’s worth it? Below, read some reasons why to use an anonymous peer support group, from our 250k+ users — your peers.

March 22, 2019 Tips On Dealing With Rejection

Rejection is inevitable. From dating and relationships to academic clubs and work aspirations, we are at its mercy. I AM & CO cites our Supportiv co-founder’s tips on how to bounce back.

February 21, 2019 Powering The Next Generation of Peer Support

“While there’s a plethora of companies pursuing telemedicine and app-based services to treat high-acuity mental health conditions,” says StartU, “few aim to specifically address the more common struggles of the population” like Supportiv.

February 18, 2019 Passover 2019 Refresher: Everything You Need To Know

Do you remember what all happens at the seder, and why?

Whether you’re joining a seder for the first time, calling your religious Grandma, or want to earn the pride of your religious-lite family: Chag Sameach! Happy Passover!

November 21, 2018 What Exactly *IS* A Community?

You might have a Facebook, an Instagram, or a Snapchat. Maybe you even have group chats, group snaps, and group video kickbacks. That’s amazing! Have you ever wondered, though, what exactly IS a community?

November 13, 2018 Combatting College Stress With Supportiv

Being a college student means constantly being stressed out over classes, family, finances, and anything else you can think of. Supportiv offers an outlet for all of these issues by offering anonymous peer support on any topic.

October 16, 2018 Ever Feel Stuck?

Sometimes it may feel impossible to figure out what to do. A new hurdle in your life may have cropped up, or you may be dealing with a problem that has followed you your whole life. Either way, it is okay to feel stuck, confused, and frustrated.

October 01, 2018 Using Supportiv To Mend The Social Fabric

We live in a world where we communicate predominantly via social media; feel increasingly disconnected from our friends, neighbors, and colleagues; and find it’s risky to confide our struggles. Our new Medium piece examines how to address this. 

September 10, 2018 Supportiv: How Three Parts Make A Whole

Constant innovation fills gaps in our world daily. Supportiv aims to fill the gap around always-available peer support in the modern day. In every Supportiv conversation, there are three unique parties who work together to help one another.

August 07, 2018 Supportiv: A Safe Place To Talk

There seems to be an app for absolutely everything these days. Some of those apps, like your bank app or the website where your grades come out, stress you out to no end.

June 19, 2018 Peer Support: Reducing Distress

Have you ever wondered about joining a peer support network when life throws you down?! Seeking out a group of understanding strangers, who might be able to relate to your personal ordeals, can sound both promising and intimidating, but where do you begin? Well, let’s take a look at what we’re dealing with here.