BOCA RATON, Florida, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Anthology, a leading provider of educational solutions that support the entire learner lifecycle, today announced a partnership with Togetherall, a leading online mental health service that provides millions of people have access to 24-hour peer support, facilitated by licensed mental health practitioners. The partnership will make Togetherall’s mental health peer community available to all Anthology North America clients. Additionally, universities and colleges using Blackboard Learn can choose to activate Togetherall through Blackboard Assist, the Blackboard Learn tool that connects students to the support services they need to thrive.

“Now more than ever, universities and colleges are rallying together to offer support that goes beyond academics and delivers a more complete wellness experience for students. With Togetherall, we can help provide a community in secure line for students to give and receive mental health support in a space that is always available and close at hand, ”said Marie gross, Senior Director of Partnerships for Anthology. “This is an opportunity for universities and colleges to complement their staged care approach and provide bridges between existing services. “

“The Togetherall community empowers students by creating a platform for free and open expression that is protected by licensed and registered mental health practitioners,” said Matthew McEvoy, North American Managing Director of Togetherall. “The partnership with Anthology will allow more universities and colleges to supplement their existing resources, reduce barriers to mental health support and intervene early, all key factors in the delivery of care, especially for groups. marginalized. “

For over 15 years, Togetherall has championed the mental health of students. Togetherall enables students to seek and provide help anonymously with a secure online community, monitored 24/7 by licensed and registered mental health practitioners. Over 90% of students who used the platform reported improved well-being and 80% felt less isolated after using Togetherall. The inclusive and easy-to-access platform also removes barriers for under-represented students to create an inclusive space for connectivity and well-being, according to a recent survey of Togetherall members.

Blackboard Assist, a tool of Blackboard Learn, provides universities and colleges with an easy way to connect students to institution’s student services, Blackboard success tools, and third-party student services that have been vetted for academic integrity. Blackboard Assist enables students to access readily available and reliable services when and where students need them, right in the learning management system.

About the anthology:
Anthology recently partnered with Blackboard, becoming the world’s largest EdTech ecosystem for education. Now supporting over 150 million users in over 80 countries, Anthology strives to advance education to support learners in higher education, K-12, business and government. of the whole world. The newly expanded organization uses modern cloud technology and services that meet individual needs and help educators shape each learner’s journey. Based on a comprehensive offer, Anthology solutions create operational efficiencies; providing information to staff, faculty and administrators; and empowering institutional leaders to support and guide students on the path to success every step of the way. Find out how we fulfill our mission at www.anthology.com.

About Togetherall
Founded in 2007, Togetherall is a leading online mental health service that serves millions of people across United States, Canada, United Kingdom and New Zealand access to community and professional support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The service is proven to help people struggling with stress, isolation, anxiety, and other common mental health issues. Togetherall partners with organizations in the business, education, health and non-profit sectors. To learn more, visit www.togetherall.com

Contact:
Chelcee coffman
Anthology
704-615-7603

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