Regroup offers a platform that provides a simple and secure space for therapists and clients to connect online. The company's video therapy services offer clients a private and convenient option for mental health care and wellness support. Receive group or individual support from a licensed therapist, in the comfort of your own space. On December 10, 2019, Regroup merged with InSight Telepsychiatry. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Expert Collections containing Regroup
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Regroup is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Digital Health.
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Mental Health Tech
This collection includes companies applying technology to problems of emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Examples include companies working in areas such as substance abuse, eating disorders, stress reduction, depression, PTSD, and anxiety.
Latest Regroup News
Aug 23, 2023
Alien Metals selects Regroup as contractor for Hancock 5-day change Today at 05:20 am Share (Alliance News) - Alien Metals Ltd on Wednesday said that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Iron Ore Co of Australia Pty Ltd, has chosen a contractor for the Hancock iron ore project in Western Australia. Iron Ore Co has picked Regroup Australia, a civil construction, mining operator and haulier, as its preferred primary contractor for Hancock. Under the terms of the agreement, Regroup will oversee the construction of an intersection of the project area at the Great Northern Highway, as well as the construction of an access track from the highway to the mine site. It has also been chosen as Iron Ore Co's preferred operations contractor, and will be responsible for mining and haulage services - namely hauling ore from the mine site to Port Hedland. According to Alien Metals, choosing Regroup significantly derisks the project, and removes inherent interface and delay risk across the mine construction and operational activities. Further, the firm said that the pricing submitted by Regroup's bid supports potential for capital savings when compared to those forecasted in the scoping study. The award of this contract remains subject to the completion of a positive definitive feasibility study, approvals, funding and the board making a final investment decision. "Securing Regroup as a key contractor for the Hancock project is a significant milestone for the company as it further de-risks the Hancock project. This is the first step in locking in relationships with contractors on the back of the IOCA sourcing process, securing competitive pricing from contractors, which moves planning for the project forward," said Alien Metals Chief Executive Officer Troy Whittaker. Alien Metals shares were trading 2.1% higher at 0.19 pence each in London on Wednesday morning. By Holly Beveridge, Alliance News reporter
Regroup Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Regroup founded?
Regroup was founded in 2011.
Where is Regroup's headquarters?
Regroup's headquarters is located at 4525 N. Ravenswood Ave, Chicago.
What is Regroup's latest funding round?
Regroup's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Regroup raise?
Regroup raised a total of $22.57M.
Who are the investors of Regroup?
Investors of Regroup include Paycheck Protection Program, InSight Telepsychiatry, OCA Ventures, OSF Ventures, HLM Venture Partners and 14 more.
Who are Regroup's competitors?
Competitors of Regroup include PracticeSpace.
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