Support Network For Chronic Diseases

A safe and compassionate environment where you can express
yourself freely among those who understand.

You are no longer alone!


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Share with the community that completely understands what you are going through, and empathizes with you. You may not feel comfortable sharing with your family or close friends, but you are among those who care, with us. Most importantly, gain support, offer your opinion, and feel empowered by both.

We are Supported!!

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We learn from a crowd sourced repository of experiences in coping with the diseases that affect your life. A knowledge base like no other to use as we learn about nutrition, medical complexities, comorbidities and medical side-effects.

We are Empowered!!

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Depression, alienation, and stigma might be common factors among all of us, but that can change quickly. We feel much stronger when we help others and gain hope for ourselves and for others. Be a part of the community of people who fight together for a better tomorrow. 

We are Hopeful!!

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Support Platform:

Reachout is an online platform of support for patients and caregivers of chronic conditions. The diseases can be debilitating and alienating themselves, but the patients don’t have to feel alienated. Connect with others for compassion, support, encouragement, exchanging coping ideas and reduce loneliness and depression.

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Everyday begins with a hug:

Whether weak or strong, we can all use a hug sometimes. Spread the love and send/receive hugs from people who understand your pain and empathise with you. Open up to them about you cause they are really listening.

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Challenges of life:

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Together, we are stronger, happier and better informed

Michael OchoaMichael OchoaStudent
Do you need to talk to someone who understands what your going through? Or just need a spirit lifter? ReachOut is the place to be.
Ana CostaAna CostaEngineer
“No one is alone. We are all connected, and ReachOut is a means for us to become stronger, relying in a network of trust, compassion and motivation.”
Oliver ToledoOliver ToledoUI / Web Designer
“Reachout is an incredible project that helps thousands of people overcome adversity and move forward...“
Daniella JDaniella JLawyer
“It helps to get things off your chest once in a while.”
Madhumathi KumarMadhumathi KumarHousewife
Reachout has enabled me to "Reach out to all" those people with different chronic diseases in different regions. At personal level, this app has totally changed my thought process.

Community Posts

Diabetes and Depression: Warning Signs and Coping Strategies

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How Art Helped to Heal Me

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What is Brain Fog and how to get rid of it

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The Importance of Self-Care for Caregivers

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Depression: Small Steps to Wellness

As someone with Bipolar Disorder, I am no stranger to depression. Although Bipolar depression has its differences, it shares many factors with Major Depressive Disorders: isolation, changes in appetite, poor sleep, feelings of hopelessness, lethargy, disinterest,...