People in good mental health are more likely to thrive in their work and day-to-day life. Govox helps organisations support people at every stage of the mental health spectrum.


Helping you to help those in mental health distress

One in four people is struggling with their mental health. This could be the person sat next to you at work or your closest teammate in your sports club. Poor mental health isn’t always obvious, which is why now more than ever, workplaces, educational institutions and sports organisations should be doing all they can to support people at every stage of the mental health spectrum. 

Govox supports you in fostering a more positive and open culture, helping people to engage in deeper conversations about mental health and supporting those experiencing poor mental health.

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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.


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.


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.


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

The benefits of support

Recognising and supporting mental health in any organisation comes with far-reaching benefits. Not only are you reaching out to a person who may be vulnerable and feeling extremely low – offering them a way forward – you’re also sending out a clear message about the organisation’s values. You appreciate and respect your people and accept that for them to thrive in their roles, they must be in good mental health and feel fulfilled. 

Organisations that support the wellbeing of their people and implement wellbeing initiatives reap the rewards, including a more productive team that’s engaged and loyal to the company. Building a positive culture that encourages people to be more open about their mental health is one sure-fire way to support the people who need it – importantly, at the time they need it most.