Choose Ketamine, a virtual therapeutic startup offering accessible care to individuals suffering from symptoms of treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, and PTSD, received an undisclosed amount of seed funding.
Manifestations Capital led the investment round with participation from Notley Ventures.
With new funds, Choose Ketamine continues to expand its footprint across the U.S. and grow its team of expert clinical providers and trained psychedelic guides. The company will also introduce complementary therapeutic modalities such as sound and light therapy, group therapy, and improvements to our technology platform that already facilitates the entire at-home ketamine therapy experience for patients.
“This work has been very personally rewarding for our entire team due to the positive outcomes we are seeing in patients and the profound relief that patients are self-reporting, which is what we are continuing to build our mission around,” said Mark Holland, Choose Ketamine co-founder and CEO. “We’re grateful for the support of Manifestations Capital, Notley Ventures, and all of our investors that have supported us to provide personalized treatment plans that drive profound change.”
“We’re excited to partner with these great entrepreneurs and be part of Choose Ketamine’s healing mission to make breakthrough treatments available to a wide audience for mental health,” said Charbel Zreik, Founder and Managing Principal of Manifestations Capital.
According to our funding database, virtual care companies have raised more than $40 billion in venture capital funding to date. More recently, Luminopia, a provider of FDA-cleared prescription digital therapeutics for treating neuro-visual disorders in children, raised $5.7 million in Seed funding. ShangBay Capital led the investment round with participation from Sony Innovation Fund, The Vertical Group, and SSI Strategy.
In another deal, Tavros Therapeutics, a provider of targeted cancer therapies, raised $7.5 million in Seed II funding co-led by Piedmont Capital Investments and KdT Ventures, with participation from Alexandria Venture Investments.
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