«NEW YORK, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Mental health shouldn’t be depressing. Or at least that’s what the founder & CEO of Chill Pill, Hayley Caddes, set out to prove when she raised over $2m for her audio peer support mental health app for Gen Z women in the summer of 2021. Since then, Chill Pill has managed to do something very few other consumer social apps have been able to do – create a safe, welcoming, online community for teenage and young adult women to talk about their mental health and support each other through their tough times and bad days.»
«»I feel this sense of community and freedom to be myself and to be vulnerable that I haven’t found anywhere else,» says one of Chill Pill’s teenage members, who has been attending and leading Chill Pill’s peer support groups for the past 9 months.»
«Chill Pill describes its community as a safe, online space for female-identifying, non-binary, and gender-fluid Gen Z’ers to work on their mental health.»
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