M.E.C.A = Mental and Emotional support through Conscious Awareness
We are a 501C3 non-profit organization.
We have a global platform that offers support wherever you are.
We harness the power of high touch humans and artificial intelligence (AI).
Our Learning Platform
Our web-based platform provides expert videos to support teens and young adults in the areas of emotional intelligence, mental acuity, physical fitness, sleep, relationships, communication and money. Our voice analysis AI will give users accurate and reliable feedback on their self-awareness, self-management, self-expression and empathy by just talking to the AI for 15 seconds a day!
Who We Are
The M.E.C.A. Project is a 501c3 dedicated to providing a safe space where teens and young adults can thrive Mentally and Emotionally through Conscious Awareness. We partner with non-profits, B-corps, and local community organizations focused on supporting teens to expand the scope and reach of their offerings. Our web-based platform provides expert videos, daily digital resources, and voice analysis AI to give users and partners accurate and reliable feedback on emotional intelligence. Using the proprietary technology of Vibeonix, we identify and measure four key aspects of emotional intelligence; self-awareness, self-expression, self-management, and empathy.
Our efforts are driven by our incredible Advisory Board of emotionally intelligent humans and our volunteers that want to see teens and young adults thrive. Find out how you can get involved and bring positive mental health resources to young people.
Our Concern in Numbers
Youth that experience episodes of severe depression in the U.S.
Number of adolescents reporting persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness
Number of adolescents that have made a suicide plan, with 8.9% attempting suicide
Who We Serve
This country’s educational and medical systems have neither the bandwidth nor the resources to support our struggling individuals. Far too many are struggling emotionally and mentally – impacting our relationships, physical health, education, and ability to function and thrive.
When individuals don’t learn from their families, schools, employers, or medical providers, they often turn to unhealthy options to manage their mental health and emotional wellbeing. Many numb themselves with drugs or alcohol, escape with social media or gaming, lash outward with words or physical violence, or lash inward, increasing the risk for depression and suicide.
We need healthier alternatives to manage our mental and emotional challenges. That’s where The M.E.C.A. Project steps in.