Wisdo Health, a social and mental health support platform that connects patients with online care providers and similar patients, raised an additional $5 million in new a Series A funding round.
The additional round brings the total Series A round funding to date to $11 million.
To date, over 500,000 people have joined Wisdo Health Network, according to the company website.
Commenting on the funding news, Boaz Gaon, CEO and founder of Wisdo Health, said: “This additional funding from healthcare innovators will ensure our continued progress, particularly in building our sales and marketing presence, where the problem we are solving will continue to grow in the next decade, overshadowing mental and physical health if scalable solutions are not adopted en masse.”
aMoon and Marius Nacht led the latest additional funding round with participation from Alive Israel Healthtech Fund, Bridge Builders Collaborative, Anne Wojcicki (Founder of 23andme), Avram Miller (Founder of Intel Capital), and the Bridge Builders Collaborative.
Digital health startups providing mental health therapies have raised $5 billion in funding to date, according to our funding database.
The latest funding rounds in the mental health care space include:
Sukoon Health, a provider of virtual mental health therapy, raised $15 million in a funding round led by Lightrock India.
Healios, an online mental health therapy platform that connects patients to mental health professionals in the United Kingdom, closed £14 million in a new funding round led by AlbionVC and InHealth Ventures, with participation from Autism Impact Fund.
InStride Health, a provider of virtual mental health treatment for children and adolescents struggling with moderate to severe anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder, raised $26 million in funding from .406 Ventures, Valtruis, and Mass General Brigham Ventures.
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