Tampa, FL – Johnny Crowder, a 26-year-old suicide/abuse survivor and mental health advocate, has recently launched Cope Notes: A preventative mental wellness app that uses daily text messages to help people develop healthier habits.
Subscribers receive randomly-timed texts that combine proven psychological principles with lived experience to alleviate the common pain points of modern mental health tools, such as stigma, cost, and inaccessibility.
Cope Notes is quickly setting itself apart from other resources with its cheeky, disarming tone and user-friendly approach to personal development. The app’s unpredictable nature blindsides foul moods, gradually replacing toxic mental and emotional habits with healthier ones.
As an SMS-based app, subscribers are not required to download widgets, create accounts, or divulge sensitive personal information. In fact, it is the first wellness app in America that does not require a smartphone or internet access.
Written by Crowder himself, each text is inspired by a strategy that has proven to be effective throughout the course of his own healing. “It took me years to find and hone the coping skills that I rely on every day to keep me happy and healthy,” says Crowder, Cope Notes’ Founder. “Now that I’ve finally figured out what works, I want to save others from the frustration of scrambling for solutions.”
Through partnerships with schools, colleges, rehab centers, hospitals, and employee wellness programs, Crowder aims to connect millions with a resource that has already changed— and saved—countless lives across the nation.
Curious minds can enjoy 7 days of Cope Notes for free by texting COPE to 33222 or visiting copenotes.com/trial. Paid subscriptions are unconventionally affordable, with price points below $10 and no set-up or cancellation fees. The app’s most popular option allows people to personalize gift subscriptions for friends or family members in need.
About Cope Notes
Cope Notes is a mental health app that uses daily text messages to help people develop healthier habits. Every text includes witty advice, exercises, and encouragement based on proven psychological principles and written by real people with firsthand mental health experience. For more information, text COPE to 33222 or visit www.copenotes.com.
About Johnny Crowder
Johnny Crowder is a suicide/abuse survivor, mental health advocate, motivational speaker, writer, comedian, and musician. When he’s not on tour with his band, Prison, he’s speaking at schools, conferences, and other events in partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).