USA Today has recently featured Supportiv Co-Founders Pouria Mojabi and Helena Plater-Zyberk as part of 2022’s 10 tech founders set up for game-changing innovation.

In an era of unprecedented mental health struggle and suffering, Supportiv couldn’t be better-positioned to make a difference this year. The USA Today article recaps exactly how anonymous online peer support provides a stopgap for our collective mental health needs:

“Pouria Mojabi and Helena Plater-Zyberk founded Supportiv to tackle mental health crises. Supportiv is a place where people can come for digital peer-to-peer emotional support chats. ‘As mental health needs have escalated beyond the healthcare system’s capacity, Supportiv is filling the gap for hundreds of thousands,’ said Plater-Zyberk.

“Supportiv has already helped over 700,000 people through tough times. After clicking on ‘Chat Now,’ you are anonymously matched with others going through the same thing. ‘Being anonymous in a peer chat means you can open up and be understood. Your struggle dissolves in the open,’ said Mojabi.”

Read the full USA Today article here, or read more about how Supportiv is helping address provider shortages.