iExhale, a Los Angeles, CA-based online mental wellness service that combines an anonymous social support network with on-demand therapy from licensed professionals, closed a $1.86m seed funding.
The round was led by Dorilton Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to build and enhance its offerings, and expand its platform across the nation.
Led by Aaron Robin, co-founder and CEO, iExhale offers an integrated online service for people seeking to access mental health counseling, share their thoughts and feelings with peers, and lend support to others.
Now available to residents of California (with more states coming), the platform offers support to anyone 14 years and older, including access to the social support network and other wellness tools, however safeguards require minors obtain parental consent before engaging in an actual therapy session.
The HIPPA- and COPPA-compliant service, available for download in the iOS App Store with desktop and Android versions under development, enables users to schedule a 45-minute phone session with a licensed therapist for $64.99. The therapist will call on a secure line to begin the session.