Game-Changing Mental Health Platform Targets June 1st Consumer and Employer Roll-out with Medicaid Coming Later This Year

DANA POINT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#AlterHealthGroupAlter Health Group, a leading mental health solutions provider in Orange County, Calif., is pleased to announce that Cameron Jacox will join as a strategic advisor to the development and commercialization of Mindfuli. Jacox comes to Alter with more than 15 years of experience bringing technology startups to market. He will kick off the new year by helping the experienced team leading the development of Alter’s on-demand mental healthcare digital platform, Mindfuli, which combines artificial intelligence and big data with personalized human care delivered from trained specialists to usher in the future of mental healthcare.

“Mindfuli is at the forefront of advancements in delivering virtual mental healthcare, and I’m confident it will drive improvements in how people access and benefit from mental health support,” states Jacox. “The digital platform will harness the power of human connectedness and care-pairing to provide more effective virtual mental health treatment options, and I’m thrilled to be involved.”

Research indicates that one of the most important clinical predictors of health outcomes in counseling is a high-degree of relationship and compatibility between counselors and help-seekers. Patients of Mindfuli will begin with patented Care Pairing Technology, which helps patients find the best counselor to fit their needs based on personality, strength-findings and preferred therapy methodologies. Then, after combining insights cleaned from tens of thousands of patients with literature-backed and data-driven best practices, the platform allows clinicians to seamlessly map the most efficient treatment pathways for individual patients – care will be provided via a combination of guided journeys, peer counseling and licensed therapy sessions conducted via phone, chat or video conferencing.

Employers will be able to purchase subscriptions for their workforces to combat the high costs of mental health issues in the workplace. With a projected $4 return for every $1 put into treatment for common mental health disorders—employers can map improved health and productivity progress and ROI through a vitals dashboard via the digital platform.

As a five-time startup executive, Jacox is deeply passionate about helping Mindfuli use technology and science to facilitate the deep impact of human connection. He has helped scaled technology companies across the digital healthcare field as an executive at Lark Health, NarrativeDx, Rezilient Health, Vincere Health, Lumeon Health, Checkable Health, and Nightingale Health. Prior to his work in digital health, he helped pioneer technologies that enabled the consumerization of FinTech and the personalization of native digital advertising.

“In the same way precision healthcare and telehealth are currently gaining steam for physical care, we expect our brand of data-backed precision mental health care will soon become the way of the future for mental health treatment,” states Michael Castanon, CEO of Alter Health Group. “Cameron’s experience will be essential to overseeing the development and commercialization of this platform in collaboration with the doctors and research scientists currently involved in the project to ensure it will help as many people as possible. We expect initial roll-out success to be strong in Q3 of 2022, but the beauty of AI and machine learning-based platforms is really how they get better and better over time.”

To learn more about Mindfuli, visit

ABOUT ALTER HEALTH GROUP: Founded in 2019, Alter Health Group is a leading Orange County, Calif. residential behavioral health treatment program that specializes in treating substance use disorder, primary mental health, and co-occurring disorders, specializing in offering autism-informed care. Alter uses a variety of evidence-based tools and techniques for the treatment of addiction and co-occurring mental health issues, including patients with PTSD, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and obsessive-compulsive thoughts and behaviors. It recently launched its latest initiative, the BeWellLine, which is funded by FEMA through the initiative and provides free crisis support for individuals and families recovering from the effects of COVID-19 – whether they contracted the virus, lost a loved one, or are simply experiencing emotional trauma from the pandemic. Alter’s mission is to provide care for mental health issues to help people live full, happy lives by combining evidence and a personal touch with compassion and understanding to help people recover, grow and build a better life than they had before. Learn more at


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