Acceset, in its infancy, is an idea adapted from Audible Hearts , which ceased operation in 2016.
The special project, as how Audible Hearts had been referred to, created opportunities to raise ground-up awareness to students about a safe space to share one’s concerns without having to reveal one’s identity.
On a mission to fight the stigma about mental health
Some issues today are still not things that we are proud to talk about, despite campaigns and high-power figures encouraging us to talk about our problems. For it is easier to speak about problems from a position of privilege than to do so as an ordinary person. Empowering all individuals to share their world and connect with others with similar experiences is how we intend to build communities and knowledge about mental health, raise awareness and fight stigma.
This mission to create a safe space for heart-to- heart conversation between strangers with similar experiences aims to raise the overall well-being of everyone involved at Acceset. It fulfils our vision, which is ascribed in the company’s name. “Acceset” combines the word “accept” and “reset” to reflect the vision of empowering individuals to accept care and reset lives. This vision informs our mission to improve access to care to those who need them and to develop resilient individuals and societies in the process.
The point of our existence is make help seeking easy and optimize the search and allocation of resources to people who need them. On our own, it can take 6-10 years before we decide to seek help, due to the sheer difficulty of the process. With a smart technology, we aim to cut that process down to 30 days.