Making faith-based mental health support and healing accessible to everyone.
Faith-based mental health chatbot which delivers spiritual guidance, emotional wellness strategies and builds community.
– Amanda George, Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Ministry, Archdiocese of San Francisco
Sister Hope is a bilingual, cutting edge means of social communication that builds community, expands social services, and delivers formation programs.
Expand your impact through unlimited scaling and engagement: Youth Ministry Programs, Formation Programs, Evangelization Programs, Family Ministry Programs, Pro-Life Programs, Social Justice Programs, Outreach Ministry Programs, etc. Leverage spiritual and mental health content covering over 800+ topics for the benefit of those most in need and isolated.
Dramatically improve your reach to those in need through unlimited scaling and engagement: Homelessness & Housing Services, Disaster Relief Services, Unaccompanied Youth Services, Immigration Services, Restorative Justice Programs, Legal Clinic Services, Mental Health Services, Crisis Response Services, Refugee Support Services, etc.
For age appropriate grades, ensure students' first experience of texting/chatting are spiritual & positive! Sister Faith is designed to form small groups, intended to transition students off their phones to real encounters with the Lord and one another. Entire spiritual, moral and intellectual formation programs may be delivered and monitored focusing on sacramental preparation, spirituality and prayer, and general catechesis.
View metrics to see the impact of your investment and support pastoral decision making. Sister Hope can deliver surveys to gather feedback on your existing programs.
Interactions with Sister Hope led to significantly reduced symptoms, on average by -28% for depression, and -18% for anxiety.
"Sister Hope offers the perfect way for COSJ to promote the contemplative life and share our rich spiritual life through conversations.”
“Saint Elizabeth & Elizz are working with X2 to explore new ways to support patients and family caregivers through supportive conversations with Tess."
Mary Lou Ackerman, VP of Innovation, Saint Elizabeth