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Sharpen Responds to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Sharpen is providing FREE mental health resources to college students via our mobile app in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.


Tech Company Targets Mental Health

While healthcare has certainly been a popular topic lately, mental healthcare sometimes takes a back seat. But in Upstate South Carolina, a young...


Spartanburg Couple Launches Mental Health Technology Company

Upstate Business Journal, 2017 - A technology company started in 2014 at The Iron Yard’s digital health accelerator in downtown Spartanburg celebrated its...


New Tech Company Partnering for Vetran Mental Health

GSA Business, 2017 - An Upstate company is working on an app that will “increase mental health among the veteran community.”

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Local App Tackles Mental Illness in Vetrans (WSPA-7)

SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – An app created in Spartanburg is tackling mental illness. The creators of the digital platform...

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Spartanburg Couple Launches Digital Platform

2017 Herald Journal - A digital platform to connect people with a mental illness to educational tools and area resources at the click of a button.

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