See behind the brave face

Poor mental health is often invisible - it’s difficult to spot the warning signs in someone who’s struggling. Govox helps you see behind the coping mechanisms.


Our wellbeing platform is "easy as"

Step 1: check in

Each user will receive an online invite to check in on their phone, tablet or computer. They will be asked to answer some short, friendly questions, which have been designed to flag up any concerns.

It takes only a couple of minutes to check in and this simplicity and ease means our users are found to regularly engage with the platform.


3 in 10 people admit to being deeply unhappy, while 1 in 10 have considered taking their own lives. That means someone in your office, your team, or someone sitting next to you is feeling desperate right now.

Can you spot who?


We turn difficult situations into positive outcomes.

Understanding mental health isn’t easy. Using technology and an effective proactive approach, we can improve happiness and save lives in the workplace, education and sports organisations.

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People are invited to check in on a digital device and answer a series of short, friendly questions. This takes less than two minutes and is simple to engage with.

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Check-in results on the Govox wellbeing dashboard instantly highlight those who may benefit from some support, enabling organisations to have the conversations that matter.

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After each check in, the participant will receive their own personal wellbeing report, which offers proven wellbeing techniques tailored to their specific answers.

Wellbeing doesn’t end with technology.

We recognise organisations may need a helping hand when it comes to upskilling teams to handle general wellbeing and the conversations that matter – the conversations that can make a difference. Our specialist trainers are on hand.  

In a blended wellbeing approach, our mental health platform benefits from the expertise of our specialist trainers to address unfulfilled wellbeing needs, offer vital ongoing support and help us in our mission to save lives.


Who do we help?

We improve happiness and save lives predominantly in the workplace, education and sports organisations, but we’re here for anyone who needs support.