The mental health tech company zant. is announcing the launch of its app to the general public. This app is made with the intention of providing access to mental health services for individuals who might not have access otherwise. zant.’s app launch aligns with the company’s mission of creating a simpler approach to low-cost support with direct collaboration and communication between highly-skilled providers and experts for those who need their services most.
More than anyone, the folks behind zant. understand how daunting it can be to find the right support. It is for this reason that the app offers 25 specialty focus areas across 50 states and territories to service a variety of needs without extensive online searching. As the company puts it, “With our convenient mobile app, you can sort through a large network of providers, select specialty area tags that best fit your current needs, schedule a session that is already available, and manage your payment to make the process as seamless as possible.”
Those who use the zant. app can testify that it does all it promises and even more. In the words of a user, “This app causes me no stress because I can manage everything in one place and focus on meeting with my provider.”
zant. is dedicated to all of those who have lost their life to suicide, to all of the families and friends who have been deeply affected as well as all of those who are struggling. According to the company, “We want to be a resource for those in need to prevent those struggles from progressing and create a safe space to find support with ease.”
The zant. backstory
For Maggie Rose, stumbling into the mental health sector was triggered by a personal tragedy. She didn’t know how hard it was to access mental health support until she lost a loved one to suicide in 2017. “I had just lost a close friend to suicide and needed to see someone, but was shocked when I finally found someone I thought could help and they were $150 per session. I thought I hit another dead end until he offered his services for $10 per session.”
The $10 per session changed Maggie’s life so much so that she switched her major from criminal justice to psychology where she began her advocacy work in mental health. Determined to ensure that others never go through the same fate, Maggie founded zant. as a solution to that desire.
Please visit www.zant.app to learn more about the app.