Headway raises $26M to help people find therapists, and therapists to accept insurance

Mental health has taken a nosedive for many people this year — spurred by economic and political uncertainty, a Covid-19-fueled public health crisis, and being cooped up, among other things. In the U.S., a startup is today announcing some funding to make it easier for those who need it to find help.
Headway, which helps people search for and engage therapists who accept insurance for payments, is today announcing that it has raised $26 million, a Series A that it plans to use to expand the service to more cities and to widen the pool of therapists that it works with, as well as to invest in building out more technology to improve how its search and recommendation works.
The startup currently has some 1,800 therapists on its books in the New York area and says that tens of thousands of patients have used its service to find them and book appointments.
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