Until lately, there’s never been much Venture Capital funding dedicated toward early-stage mental health- and addiction-related startups. But now, firms like What.If Ventures are pouring money into companies aiming to change the way we diagnose and treat mental illness.
At Zen Master Wellness, one of our primary focuses is on thoroughly studying, researching, and testing the products and services that are coming to market to help consumers treat their illnesses.
Take a look at some of the most innovative start-ups in the mental health space.
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