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2021 Telosity Annual Report

In this annual report, we cover what Telosity does and the community we have built, the state of the youth mental health startup market, how Telosity invests by filling the gap left open by incubators and accelerators, our portfolio companies, and the future of Telosity 2.0.


What is Telosity?

Telosity invests in increasing digital wellness and mental health rescues and tools to support millions of people across the US. Telosity is the 1st to invest in startups with a focus on Mental Health and Wellbeing for young people.

We have built a community of entrepreneurs, investors, corporates, nonprofits, parents, and young people to help support our mission.

What is the focus of Telosity?

We are driven to improve digital wellness and mental health, and we achieve it by doing the following:

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Invest in Startups

Provide capital to Pre-seed, Seed & Series A stage startups tackling issues within youth mental health and well-being.

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Accelerate Impact

Offer tailored services that support a company’s distribution, pilots, and scaling.

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Grow Community

Connect startups and companies for potential partnerships, scale opportunities and sharing of best practices and trends garnered through Telosity's work.

Why youth mental health?

While the rates of stress, anxiety and depression have been on the rise for the past decade, it wasn’t until COVID-19 that youth mental health was pushed to the forefront.

Social isolation, school closures, financial hardships, and civil unrest exacerbated the growing mental health crisis and exposed gaps in access and affordability of mental health services.

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increase in suicide-related ED visits for teen girls in February 21—March 20, 2021, compared to the same period in 2019.

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Parents Quitting


of parents report either quitting or having plans to quit their job to better manage their child’s mental health.

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Access to Care


of 12-17 year olds with major depression did not receive mental health care in 2020.

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Intervention Gap

11 years

is the average length of time between symptom onset and treatment.

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Technology-driven solutions represent an opportunity to increase access to mental health care services, allowing more young people to get the help they need.

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