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We're on a mission to make mental health approachable ✨ Diall is the first platform that takes over the core mental health education experience. We translate the science of mental health into short-form digital content so it's accessible for everyone. We cover hundreds of actually relatable topics and give you the tools you need, so you can have fun while improving your mental health.

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  • Innovation

    You create new ideas that are impactful and prove useful. You re-conceptualize issues to discover solutions to hard problems. You challenge prevailing assumptions, and suggest better approaches. You keep us nimble by minimizing complexity and simplifying. You thrive on change. If you believe something can be made better, you put in the effort to do it. You accomplish important work at a high quality.

  • Inclusion

    You collaborate effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and cultures. You nurture and embrace differing perspectives to make better decisions. You recognize we all have biases, and work to grow from them. You intervene if someone else is being marginalized. You are curious about how our different backgrounds affect us at work, rather than pretending they don’t affect us.

  • Community

    You meet others where they are. You extend others the benefit of the doubt. You make time to help colleagues. You treat people with respect regardless of their status or disagreement with you. You demonstrate consistently strong performance so colleagues can rely upon you. You make your colleagues better.

  • Communication

    You ask questions. You show up for tough conversations with kindness and respect. You are clear and articulate in speech and writing. You listen well and seek to understand before reacting. You provide candid, helpful, timely feedback to colleagues. You are known for authenticity, transparency, and being non-political. You admit mistakes freely and openly. If you disagree with something, you explain openly why you disagree.

  • Curiosity

    You are passionate about adapting to the situation. You learn rapidly and eagerly. You are open to feedback. You look to contribute even outside of your specialty. You seek to understand our community. You seek alternate perspectives. You have a pragmatic enthusiasm for what can be achieved.

  • Courage

    You want to “get it right” rather than “be right”. You embrace vulnerability and set boundaries. You take responsibility and refrain from blaming. You say what you think, even if it is uncomfortable. You take smart risks and are open to possible failure. You question actions inconsistent with our values.

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Product announcement

You can get specialized crisis support in less time than it takes to call 911 thanks to new startup Diall

You can get specialized crisis support in less time than it takes to call 911 thanks to new startup Diall

Diall, a startup based out of Boston, has launched a mental health app that can connect you to specialized crisis support in less time than it takes to call 911. The company launched its beta on March 15 and is expected to hit the general market before April. The startup hopes to eliminate the obstacle course of getting help by making resources, hotlines and community support as easy to use as calling a friend. Unlike calling 911 — which requires direct interaction with police and can take up to over half an hour — Diall's application removes emergency dispatchers and replaces them with mental health professionals. The home screen of the application operates like a speed dial, where each button on the keypad connects directly to a free 24/7 hotline across nine areas of support, including suicide prevention, eating disorders, and BIPOC focused aid. In addition to the keypad, users will have access to a community feature resembling social media, but without the toxicity, as well as a resources feature, where users can educate themselves on mental health and wellness with curated articles and videos. The startup offers its partners the ability to pay for a designated profile where they can post resources, curate information, interact with users and help provide diverse and inclusive spaces for people to seek help. Aside from the keypad, the application is entirely anonymous. Jonah Salita, the company's CCO, said “we want to make sure users can confidently take the first step towards getting the support they deserve, and without any stigma.” The company's CEO, Marcel Johnson, said the goal of the company is to make mental health care more accessible for everyone. While mental illness affects people of all backgrounds, LQBTQ+, BIPOC and many other underrepresented communities receive disproportionately less care. “It’s not a question about whether these resources exist, but rather how inaccessible they are. That’s a very real challenge that we’re trying to solve with Diall.” The app is entirely free for users. "Mental health resources shouldn't have to come at a huge personal cost," Salita told The Org. “Greater financial inclusion means greater progress towards a safer world and removing the burden of cost from the user while finding a humane way to monetize without participating in the attention economy has been a key focus of ours.” Ultimately, the startup hopes to help get millions of Americans access to the support they deserve.

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