Reservoire Health Launches Copeify, the Anonymous App for Student Health and Life-Skills

Expands into Education, Raising Personal Resilience and Happiness IQs

Copeify - Health and Personal Development

Reservoire Health, the veteran-backed health intelligence network, today announces the activation and immediate distribution of Copeify, a 100% anonymous self-care and life-skills application for high schools, colleges and universities. The machine learning application requires no student profile and is designed to help students and faculty grow their life-skills, coping capabilities and Health IQs.

Copeify was originally conceived by a high school student as a way for her peers and teachers to anonymously receive daily notifications and content about nutrition, motivation, health and mindfulness. The use of anonymity to mobilize wellness and mental fitness intelligence goes against the grain of data-hungry networks like Facebook and Google who are getting into health tech with growing data privacy concerns.

“Everyone in school struggles, even faculty, because both life and learning are naturally challenging and competitive,” said Ana Bartkiewicz, inventor of Copeify and senior student at Miss Porter's School. “I observed that these personal challenges of stress, identity and academics were quite universal to everyone and that life-skills were actually available out there if we could find a better way to deliver them easily to the academic environment and without kids feeling the pressure to share anything.”

Copeify leverages the sciences of self-care skills and resilience to help people in an academic environment thrive and improve their health outcomes. The global need to grow student life-skills and personal development has grown dramatically with the increased rates of teenage depression, addiction, obesity and hopelessness. 

●     1 in 5 college students have anxiety or depression (Mayo Clinic)

●     Suicide rates have increased 56% from 2007 to 2017 (Centers for Disease Control)

●     Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) impact 34% of a child’s health outcomes (HealthIT)

“Young people and those who teach them need to increase their coping capacities and life-skill intelligence in a more regular and accessible way, with complete privacy,” said Major General Malcolm Frost, U.S. Army Retired, Board member of veteran-backed Reservoire Health. “Copeify provides a regular flow of needed life-skills content and motivation messages to anonymously inform and inspire students for thriving in an academic environment.”

Without needing a profile or any personal information, Copeify delivers the motivation and messaging to help students and faculty thrive with daily notifications on the aspects of coping and character, health and happiness. The unique model encourages adoption amongst a community that is sensitive to how they are perceived by others and provides a way to explore self-care without being judged. 

Copeify is already being used by students in several high schools and colleges, such as Avon Old Farms, Miss Porter's School, Harlem’s Renaissance School, Bentley College, West Point, Northeastern, Boston College and U Miami. Copeify is now available to high schools, colleges and universities, and those organizations that support them. Reservoire and Copeify are subsidiary brands of Patriapps Veterans Software Studios.

Media Contact:  Rachel Charlesworth 
Phone: 860.751.4321, Email: rachel@patriapps.com

Source: Reservoire Health

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