Why ongoing engagement between appointments is essential for enhancing patient adherence to care plans and retention.
The National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) Maryland has partnered with Uneo Health to provide mental health resources to young adults.
The final school bell rings, signaling the start of the much-anticipated summer break. It's a time of year often associated with joy, freedom...
Prosper app receives coverage in Baltimore news with a focus on connecting young adults to mental health support.
The Uneo Health team spotlighted in a podcast discussing the importance of our mission and why we are the right team to tackle this problem.
A new partnership between AACMHA, AACDOH and Prosper, focusing on connecting young people to support and services.
Uneo Health launches its first solution, Prosper, to help teens and young adults find wellness resources to address the growing mental and physical health crisis.
Uneo Health announces partnership with findhelp to expand the critical resources made available to its Prosper app users.
Uneo Health was excited to have Michael S. Barr, MD, MBA, MACP, FRCP share his insights on how health plans are thinking differently when it comes to addressing quality measure and value based health care improvement.
Eric Sullivan speaks with the Maryland Rural Health Association (MRHA) executive director, Jonathan Dayton, on how leveraging the Prosper platform can improve access challenges in rural settings.
Uneo Health Announces New Collaboration with National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) to Support the Health of Generation Z Youth
Dr. A. Janet Tomiyama, UCLA professor and member of the Uneo Health Scientific Advisory Board recently sat down with one of our Gen Z interns, Katie Boetig, for the inaugural Let's Talk podcast to discuss the challenges and opportunities in engaging Gen Z with weight loss
Few practical self-care tips from Therapist Aid (2020) and Psych Central (2016)
There is a vast, disparate set of resources that are completely disconnected from how teens and young adults access information.
A summary of our wellness survey with over 250 high school students in the US
The importance of focusing on diabetes prevention in our youth.