Mindful Care Closes $2.7M Series A Round Funding

Mindful Care

Mindful Care Inc. (formerly Mindful Urgent Care), a NYC-based company that brings the urgent care model to the mental health industry, closed a $2.7m Series A funding round.

The round was led by Sopris Capital with participation by the Caruso Foundation, the University of Chicago, Venkon Group, and others. Mark Groner, Partner at Sopris Capital, joined the Mindful Care Board of Directors.

The company intends to use the funds to open new urgent mental healthcare locations and expand its online solutions.

Patients have to wait 6-8 weeks on average to see an in-network mental healthcare provider during which time their symptoms can worsen. People struggling end up in emergency rooms, self-medicating with drugs or alcohol, or resorting to self-harm.

Led by Dr. Tamir Aldad, CEO and founder, Mindful Care is a same-day mental health company focused on providing psychiatric care, group therapy, and individual therapy. Services offered include: MicroTherapyⓇ individual therapy, MindFitⓇ Group Therapy, psychiatry, and a combination of psychiatry and therapy. In addition, the company provides Mental Health Urgent Care for immediate mental healthcare needs and offers access to GeneSight, a DNA service that determines how a patient’s body will respond to potential medications.

Mindful Care has location in West Hempstead, New York, in the Greater NYC area, in New Jersey, and in Chicago. To date, it has served over 20,000 patients.