Mental health, a pivotal facet of our overall wellness, has been often overlooked and stigmatized, making it a substantial gap in the societal framework. Huddlehumans, a mental health tech startup based in Singapore, has acknowledged this void and pledged to fill it through their ground-breaking invention: Huddleverse – a social mental health app now globally available on Apple’s App Store.
Huddleverse aims to revolutionize the way mental health conversations are approached, permitting users to anonymously express their anxieties without the fear of judgment. As they embark on their mental health journeys, the app promises to provide a haven of support, understanding, and a strong social support network, serving as a sanctuary for the distressed minds.
Interactive features like text and voice capabilities, stickers, etc., allow users to engage, build connections, and develop an empowering community. “Huddleverse is our unwavering commitment to addressing the neglected social aspect of mental health,” declared Viaano Spruyt, founder and CEO of Huddlehumans. He continues, “We identified this as a significant chasm in the existing mental health support landscape and dedicated ourselves entirely to resolving it through our app.”
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The launch of the app was marked with a partnership with Singapore’s Olympic gold medalist, Joseph Schooling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion, Constance Lien, and well-known social media influencer, Hannah Alkaff. They released a captivating launch video for Huddleverse on its official Instagram and Facebook pages, drawing worldwide attention.
To advocate the diversity and inclusivity of the Huddleverse community, the app introduced four main mascots: Penyoo, a genderless penguin, Pink, an introverted female arctic fox, Chu, a charismatic male polar bear, and Mochi, a genderless seal. Through these mascots, the essence of individuality is encapsulated, and a broader conversation surrounding mental health is initiated.
The mission of Huddlehumans, founded in 2017 after Spruyt’s internship at the Institute of Mental Health Singapore, is to empower individuals globally to seek the support and solace they truly deserve and to ignite a powerful, transformative conversation surrounding mental health.
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