Using Technology to Enhance and Transform Traditional Behavioral Healthcare

1 in 4 people struggle with mental health challenges each year
National Institute of Mental Health
70% do not receive effective care or support
Rand Corp | UCCA; 2001

Poor mental health drives cost and lost productivity

Comorbid Conditions Increase Cost

  • Average yearly cost
  • Cost with Presence of a Comorbid Behavioral Health Condition
SAMHSA, 2011

Poor mental health is a top driver of lost output

World Economic Forum and the Harvard School of Public Health, 2001

The cost of depression to employers in lost work days is as great or greater than the cost of many other common medical conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, or back problems.

Health & disability costs of depressive illness in a major U.S. corporation. American Journal of Psychiatry. 2000;157:1274-78

myStrength greatly enhances traditional care–while addressing issues of cost, lack of access and stigma to deliver effective mental health resources at scale. Healthcare payers and providers use myStrength to improve wellness programs, extend behavioral health services and expand chronic care support.

Care for all

myStrength Solution

myStrength uniquely personalizes and delivers wellbeing resources to cultivate the mind, body and spirit, continually innovating a consumer experience designed to engage and create meaningful outcomes improvement.


The health club for your mind

Interactive web and mobile applications delivering evidence-based psychotherapy models like:

  • cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
  • mindfulness acceptance
  • motivational interviewing

Individualized behavioral health programs for depression, anxiety and substance use disorder with an integrated consumer experience to address co-occurrence of conditions

Personalized inspirational, wellness, and spiritual (if selected) to increase personal relevance, improve outcomes and focus on total well-being.

Community applications to instill a strong sense that consumers ‘are not alone’ in their journey of becoming and staying emotionally and
physically well.