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[Funding News] CA-based TadHealth Secures $1.6Million in Funding

TadHealth, a mental health platform provider, has raised $1.6 million. Halcyon Venture Partners led the round, and Halcyon Angels, RevFund, and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering Venture Fund also participated.

TadHealth, a mental health platform provider, has raised $1.6 million. Halcyon Venture Partners led the round, and Halcyon Angels, RevFund, and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering Venture Fund also participated.

The company plans to use the money to improve its product offerings and expand its market reach, particularly for K–12 clients that use Medicaid reimbursement funding.

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TadHealth, a mental health platform for K–12, higher education, and government, is led by founder and CEO Ben Greiner and aims to improve access to resources while streamlining delivery, tracking, and administration.

Ben Greiner said: “It’s crucial to bring better resources to people in their daily lives. Students today face political unrest, climate change, social media issues, and more. Our educator-friendly software lets counselors spend less time on paperwork and more time with students. Students and families can get better support and individualized resources at their fingertips provided by their school community.”

About TadHealth

The foundation of TadHealth is the idea of enabling individuals to produce, access, and exchange resources more freely than they ever have. Their founder’s goal is to restructure mental health services in a way that promotes long-term well-being, better care outcomes, and the avoidance of crises, inspired by a personal experience he had with a loved one.

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