Because no one gets better alone.
Loneliness is a devastating and pervasive problem, fraught with steep social, personal, and economic costs.
We’re changing the landscape of care, resulting in improved health and reduced ED and inpatient utilization. Through the innovative use of technology to enable deep human connection, we’re making the world less lonely.
From our heart
Cindy Jordan’s profound experience with loneliness drives our quest for answers. Developing solutions that can change how healthcare treats loneliness is our way to honor her daughter’s suffering.
increases mortality by 45%1
Lonely people have 68% increased risk
Loneliness could cost
U.S. economy over $406B a year4
By helping people escape loneliness and social isolation, we’re creating a ripple effect across high-cost health care utilization.
The chronically lonely:
Live in a state of fight triggered by the stress of loneliness and isolation5
Develop a distorted reality about the world around them5
Have trouble breaking unhealthy cycles of reclusion5
Need focused, sustained help to embrace solution-based approaches
Chronic loneliness can only be successfully addressed through intentional, consistent human intervention supported by data-driven technology.
Less lonely. More connected.
Our non-clinical, holistic solution identifies vulnerable people and offers them 24/7 support and companionship by combining an engaging app experience with our compassionate staff (think peanut butter and chocolate). People get the precise help they need, in the moment they need it.
Meet two of our members
1. Xia N, Li H. Loneliness, Social Isolation, and Cardiovascular Health. Antioxid Redox Signal. 2018;28(9):837-851. doi:10.1089/ars.2017.7312 2. Lauder W, Mummery K, Jones M, Caperchione C. A comparison of health behaviours in lonely and non-lonely populations. Psychol Health Med. 2006;11(2):233-245. 3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Loneliness and Social Isolation linked to serious health conditions, April 2021 4. Cigna: Loneliness and its impact on the American workplace, March 2020 5. Hawkley LC, Cacioppo JT. Loneliness matters: a theoretical and empirical review of consequences and mechanisms. Ann Behav Med. 2010;40(2):218-227. doi:10.1007/s12160-010-9210-8