Behavioral Health Business June 12, 2024
Morgan Gonzales

Digital mental health app Headspace is expanding its reach to college students through a new partnership, its latest in a series of collaborations with specialty providers and tech organizations.

Headspace partnered with Uwill, a digital mental health platform that specifically caters to colleges and universities. The deal made Uwill Headspace’s exclusive partner in higher education.

“Our partnership with Uwill enables us to expand our reach to the students, faculty and staff of higher education campuses,” Katie DiPerna, senior vice president of partnerships at Headspace, told Behavioral Health Business in an email. “We’re always looking for innovative ways to bring the Headspace experience to more people, making quality mental health more accessible.”

Boston-based Uwill was founded in 2020 to complement colleges’...

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