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A Stand-alone Smart App That can be integrated into any existing mental health service

Clairity gives clinicians an objective and supportive way to identify and measure their patient/client's mental health risk. Clinicians can focus on the human conversation while the artificial intelligence (AI) listens alongside and returns valuable insights including a risk score and vocal analysis to support clinical decisions.

It can be used as a stand-alone tool or be integrated into any existing mental health service including telehealth platforms, primary care, EAPs, and school or community screening.

What exactly does Clairity do?
Language can reveal your internal emotional state

Our AI algorithms are trained on a variety of voice samples including individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental illness or have attempted suicide. When Clairity analyzes speech it recognizes when the person’s voice exhibits similar features, and alerts the clinician to the level of risk. This gives clinicians confidence that they are not missing warning signs.


How is this different than other mental
health screeners?

Clairity has been proven to detect subtler or hidden warning signs that other tools miss. 
The core technology has been researched and developed for almost 20 years. It originated at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center where analyses were done on the largest ever collection of suicide notes donated by bereaved families. Clinical research proved machine learning algorithms could pick up small differences in a person’s language to identify suicide risk. Algorithms were later refined to also detect risks of depression and anxiety.

How does it work?

Just like an X-ray, MRI, or blood test can provide objective biological metrics (biomarkers) about physical health, Clairity uses vocal biomarkers to help clinicians detect subtle warning signs for suicide and other mental health conditions.

Clairity AI analyzes your speech to identify those vocal biomarkers for mental health risk based on what was spoken and how it was spoken.

Why we do this

At Clarigent Health, we care about people and believe in prioritizing mental health the same as physical health. We believe mental healthcare deserves cutting edge technology to empower clinicians to help save lives and improve outcomes.

The mental health system is under stress. There is a shortage of clinicians while patient need is at an all time high. It takes patients an average of six weeks to access behavioral health services. Despite this, there are clinicians that have excess capacity. We want to be a conduit to connect people to excess capacity so they can get the immediate attention they deserve.  

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“More than 55 million Americans are suffering with their mental health and regrettably a significant portion go unnoticed due to deficiencies in screening processes and prolonged waits to access services. It is evident that there is a pressing need for more effective self-care solutions capable of identifying early warning signs and ensuring individuals receive the care they deserve.” 


Ashley Hudak, MA, LPC, CWPC
Director of Clinical Service Delivery, Clarigent Health

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"Before I attempted to take my life at the Golden Gate Bridge, I had been self-harming, but I had not yet named my suicidal intention. If Clairity had been used with my psychiatrist maybe my nascent suicidal thinking would have been identified sooner" 

-Kevin Hines, Survivor, Storyteller, Film maker

Kevin survived an attempt to take his life in 2000 and now shares his journey and story of hope as a best-selling author, documentary film maker and global public speaker. To learn more about his work click the Hines Foundation logo to the left.

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