We help you manage the mental wellness of students, parents and staff

Healthy communities are made up of healthy individuals.

Sharpen provides a cost-effective and flexible platform that:

  • Provides easy access to research-based, standards-aligned and award-winning content for mental wellness;

  • Enhances, extends and expands the reach of the guidance counselor and professional staff;

  • Connects and coordinates school, district and community resources;

  • Provides data to improve resource utilization;

  • Builds individual, family and community capacity, competence and confidence to navigate successfully in these uncertain times.
     

"I value Sharpen Family immensely due to my ability to share services and evidenced educational material to assist families overcoming the many barriers of becoming self-sufficient."

Colin Bauer LMSW

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"I recommend Sharpen to any school district interested in improving behavioral health outcomes because it gives educators, parents, and students the opportunity to build resiliency skills, improve overall mental well-being, and provide connections to needed resources."

Ruth Schoonover, President SC School Social Worker Association

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"We launched our own version of Sharpen called MindfulMEDS, and it has been a great addition to our toolkit. Knowning that our students have access to a wealthor resources to support their mental health is reassuring, and also another important step we can take to reduce stigma around mental health in healthcare."

Natalie M. Fadel, PsyD

Demonstrated Value Through Focus Groups, Survey Data, and Real-World Results

98%

recommended for others

98% of educators and counselors improved techniques for decreasing stress, and recommended the programs for other schools.

96%

connected to practical techniques

96% of educators said Sharpen connected them to practical techniques they can use in a classroom setting.

92%

increased awareness

92% of participants increased awareness on risk and protective factors for suicide, mental health and substance use disorders and how to appropriately support a student in need.

(Based on post-program survey feedback from 700+ educators and school professionals in Spartanburg and Cherokee County school districts, 2019 & 2020).

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