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On Call Hope: A New Era of Accessible Mental Health Support

We’re your mental health care advocate.
Welcome to On Call Hope – your personal mental health advocate. We provide instant, accessible, and FREE therapeutic support, connecting you with a network of seasoned therapists and interns. Life doesn’t wait for appointments – neither should you.

I Want Help, But I Don’t Know Where to Start

Who Are We?

On Call Hope is your mental health care advocate. Your hope is our responsibility.

On Call Hope is more than just a platform; we are your dedicated mental health care advocate. We are a team of committed professionals who understand the intricacies of mental health and are devoted to making a positive impact in the lives of those seeking help.

What We Do

We’re revolutionizing access to mental health support by connecting individuals in need with therapists and intern therapists at the click of a button. We aim to foster an environment of immediate, accessible, and professional therapy for diverse groups such as K-12 students, college students, and veterans. Our purpose extends to supporting the professional growth of therapists, providing a unique internship program that facilitates hands-on experience and competitive compensation. With a commitment to maintaining an open, honest, and integrity-filled platform, we strive to offer hope, change the way mental health services are delivered, and ultimately create a society in which mental health access is the norm.

The Treatment Gap: U.S. Mental Health Statistics

Our mission at On Call Hope is driven by the reality of mental health treatment in the U.S., a reality best depicted by these telling statistics from 2021.

  • 42.7% of U.S. adults with mental illness received treatment in 2021
  • 65.4% of U.S. adults with serious mental illness received treatment in 2021
  • 50.6% of U.S. youth aged 6-17 with a mental health disorder received treatment in 2016
  • The average delay between the onset of mental illness symptoms and treatment is 11 years

Services We Offer


Looking to make a tangible difference in the field of mental health care? At On Call Hope, we’re bridging the gap between therapy interns, therapists, and those in need. Be a part of our mission to make therapy more accessible, immediate, and transformative


If you’re a veteran in need of immediate mental health support, our therapists are on call for you. Your service matters, and so does your well-being. Let’s journey towards healing together.

K – College Students

Your school years – whether you’re in kindergarten or college – should be about learning and growing, not stress and anxiety. Whether it’s stress, peer pressure, or you just need someone in your corner, our therapists are ready to listen and provide immediate support. Let’s work together towards a healthier, happier school life


On Call Hope offers a unique opportunity for universities and colleges to integrate our internship program into their psychology curriculum. As paid interns, they will gain valuable hours of experience while providing much-needed support to those in need. Learn more about how your institution can collaborate with On Call Hope to enrich your psychology program and make a tangible difference in the field of mental health care.

You Are Not Alone


11.5% of youth in the US (or over 2.7 million youth) are experiencing severe major depression.


6.34% of youth in the U.S. reported a substance use disorder in the past year.


Approximately 14% to 16% of U.S. service members deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq have experienced PTSD or depression.


More than one in five U.S. adults live with a mental illness (57.8 million in 2021).


In 2023, 59.8% of youth with major depression did not receive any mental health treatment. This needs to change. 

Celebrate every step forward, no matter how small, for each one is a testament to your resilience. It is not the speed of progress that matters, but the unwavering commitment to keep moving forward.

In your pursuit of mental wellness, remember that setbacks are a natural part of the process. Be patient with yourself and trust that you have the inner fortitude to navigate through any storm.