Goodbye, negative

Enjoy a full year of daily mental health support for less than the price of a single therapy session.


"The next evolution of digital mental health support." - Forbes

Peer support in your pocket.

Exercises, journaling prompts, psychology facts, and more. Sent straight to your phone at a random time every day.

This isn't a counseling session. It's no therapy app, either. It's your best next step towards a healthier brain.

Texts Exchanged
Countries Reached
Lives Impacted

So... They're just text messages?

That's like saying your brain is "just" pink stuff.

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Peer-Based Support

Relatable texts from real people with real feelings, just like you.


Positive Psychology

Exercises, tips, & prompts reviewed by clinicians and other smart folks.


Digital Journaling

Vent. Complain. Open up and speak freely. Text us whatever, whenever.


Unique Messaging

No two subscribers ever receive the same text at the same time.


Randomized Timing

Unpredictably-timed interruptions to negative thought patterns.


Privacy Protection

Keep your personal info personal. 100% anonymous and confidential.

After all... there must be a reason why 86% of Cope Notes subscribers report improved mental & emotional health after just 30 days.


"Most resources depend on the user to reach out, but Cope Notes actually takes the initiative to meet people where they are. This is arguably the first mobile tool in the mental health arena that's truly interventional. It’s helpful, funny, user-friendly, and always there when you need it."

Kristin Walker

CEO | everythingEHR & Mental Health News Radio Network

“I’m in tears”

"DUUUUUDE! I'm laying here exhausted, overwhelmed, and feeling resentful. Then I get a text that basically says, 'Thank you for everything you did today.' I'm crying! THANK YOU! I REALLY needed that right now! I instantly regained my perspective."

Anonymous Subscriber


"As a forensic counselor, I often wrestle with stress and negativity, which is mentally exhausting. With Cope Notes, I maintain a more positive outlook! I find myself wondering when my next text will come and what exciting information it will bring. I recommend Cope Notes to family, friends, co-workers, and even my own clients!"

Anonymous Subscriber


"Cope Notes just may be the critical link between technology and healthy brain development. While supportive services are hard to access due to our location, Cope Notes has proven to be a great asset for our rural youth in need."

David Hicks, LBSW

Director | Youth & Shelter Services of Marshall County

“I was skeptical at first”

"When my sister signed me up for the free trial, I wasn't convinced. But after a few days of getting the perfect text at EXACTLY the right moment, I was sold. I'm already feeling more like myself. Kinda can't believe it works, tbh."

Anonymous Subscriber

“Cope Notes is a gift”

"Cope Notes keeps me mindful of the big things and how it all fits together. Randomly spaced big picture texts help me stay present. That's a gift."

Anonymous Subscriber

“Honestly, it has changed me”

"I didn't know how much I would appreciate this kind of service until I signed up. I can feel myself light up just seeing 'Cope Notes' pop up in my notifications. This sounds too good to be true, but the science really feels like it’s working."

Anonymous Subscriber


"Cope Notes can have a positive impact on anyone's mental health, but especially that of young adults. As modern solutions move further and further into telehealth, we need to include more innovative technologies like this one."

Kathy Moore

Executive Director | Florida Mental Health Institute

“The possibilities are endless”

"The possibilities are endless for how this service can improve mental health literacy within a workplace, family, or individual. More importantly, I'm happy to support a service that is built on evidence-based principles that are most often used in professional settings."

Cara Williams, MSW, LCSW

Therapist | Common Thoughts Blog

“It feels personal”

"I can't recommend this tool highly enough! It's like the folks at Cope Notes are in my head and know what I need to hear and when."

Misty Ross, LCSW

Program Manager | Success 4 Kids & Families

“I looked everywhere”

"You wouldn't believe how much time and money I've wasted trying to screw my head on straight. My life coach was $125/hr. I'd drop $100 at a bar just to forget how I felt. Wish I found this 9 years ago. THANK YOU for making a tool that actually HELPS."

Anonymous Subscriber


"One of the most powerful components of Cope Notes' messages is that they're developed by people with lived experience managing an array of stressors and mental health conditions. Research suggests that peer support is a powerful force in helping people achieve stability and recovery."

Kristin Kosyluk, Ph.D., CRC

Assistant Professor | USF Department of Mental Health Law & Policy

“A breath of fresh air”

"In such a negative era, the gift of positivity is a breath of fresh air. At its core, that's what Cope Notes is all about: using that positivity to help individuals achieve and maintain true mental wellness."

Paula Kegelman

Director | NAMI Greater Orlando

“Real, heartfelt, awesome”

"During a time of massive upheaval and change, Cope Notes has been awesome. They are real, heartfelt, and have helped me remember lessons that seem particularly hard to access and recall when I'm in such a dark and overwhelming place."

Anonymous Subscriber

“Every parent needs to know about this”

"My son is a freshman in high school, and that's a tough time for a lot of kids. I signed him up for Cope Notes, praying it would help, and I can already see it working. He doesn't always listen to me, but he sure does listen to his phone!"

Anonymous Subscriber


"Cope Notes is one of the few mental health resources that are immediately accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing communities. These texts are uniquely poised to address the troubling suicide trend among people who have hearing loss and those who do not."

Richard Herring

Past President Emeritus | Hearing Loss Chapter, HLAA

Why do we care?

Because we've been there.

Suicide/abuse survivor Johnny Crowder knows a thing or two about the importance of mental health. But when he couldn't find a way to maintain it on a daily basis, he decided to invent one.

Start training your brain today.

By interrupting your negative thought patterns with positive stimulus on a daily basis, you have the power to change your brain — and your life.