Planned Parenthood connects teens with a phone bank of live health educators who can answer their questions and even schedule appointments.
National Safe Place gives teens and children in trouble the opportunity to live text chat with a Master’s level mental health professional.
The Iowa Department of Human Services’ TxTina program lets teens text their sexual health questions, and get a response from an educator.
The Alexandria Campaign on Adolescent Pregnancy answers teens’ questions about sex, drugs, and gangs within 24 hours.
How do you get sensitive health information to people when they need it most? Mobile Commons makes it easy for your health hotline or on-staff educators to provide immediate, personal educational information through a live text “chat” or direct text message.
By combining the immediacy of a personal conversation with the anonymity of texting, a Mobile Commons campaign can connect at-risk populations with your health resources, in a way in which they feel comfortable.