When we came in we were in emergency mode. We didn't have the skills. Now we are working on changing behavior in a positive way. We are in a much better place.
1 in 5 children have a diagnosed behavioral health need and 80% won’t get the care they need
50% of working parents are losing significant productivity in caring for their kids’ behavioral health²
²Brightline Covid-19 Behavioral Health Indicator, 2020
80% of Brightline parents or caregivers reported their children’s disruptive behavior improved significantly³
³Brightline Book of Business Results (based upon Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Parent Proxy Scale developed by the National Institute of Health (NIH))
Over 12 million lives covered through major health plans and employers
We address families' concerns and move them quickly into care
Personalized care plans that move families forward
On-demand chat, video visits, and digital exercises in our web-based app
Give your employees support for their top priority, their kids
Easy integration in less than eight weeks
Lower working parents' stress and free up their time
Measure progress and see what's working for your team
Bring families the right care, when and where works for them
On-the-go access to content on whatever concerns are coming up for their child or teen, interactive exercises, and chat with coaches for tips and guidance as families need it
Skills-based 1:1 sessions with expert behavioral health coaches to help families navigate everyday challenges
Care from expert therapists and psychiatrists for everything from anxiety and depression to school stress, ADHD, or behavior challenges
Bring support to your team and see the difference for families and your company
40% decrease in parent stress associated with training programs that help them manage behavioral health.
84% of parents who accessed teletherapy for their child said they had a positive experience.
78% also reported significant improvement in their child’s symptoms since starting teletherapy.
In just a few weeks, my son has learned some important and useful skills to manage his anxiety. His therapist is supportive, engaging, and paces the therapy in a way that helps my son feel successful.
Let’s get working families support, together