Wherever you are is the perfect place to start

Depression can feel overwhelming and confusing. We’re here to help you find your way with comprehensive care on your terms.

Take the first step

Take the first step

What We Offer

We simplify the path through depression

We offer step-by-step treatment including medication, therapy, and self care—all from the privacy of your home.

Our doctors evaluate your symptoms, prescribe the right regimen, and have your medication delivered to your door.


We’ve partnered with BetterHelp, so you can access convenient online therapy from home.


Our Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) lessons can be completed at your own pace, and help you learn simple skills that have a big impact.

How It Works

Every step counts as progress

Take the assessment

Tell us what you’re experiencing, and we’ll help you understand what it means.

We’ll create a plan

Together, we’ll come up with a treatment plan tailored to you and your needs.

Begin your treatment

We’ll deliver medication to your doorstep and self-care exercises to your inbox.

Monitor your progress

We’ll check in along the way, make changes as needed, and keep you on track.

Why Brightside

Care from the comfort of your home

We’re here to make sure you get the treatment you need, whenever and wherever you are.

See what makes us different

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We have a plan for you

We believe in depression treatment from every angle. Our plans are the building blocks to get you on your way.

Plan 1

Self Care

  • Personal assessment
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) lessons
  • Lifestyle tools and resources
  • Therapy referral
  • Progress tracking and insights

Plan 2

Clinical Care

  • Everything in self care
  • Remote doctor diagnosis
  • Personalized treatment plan
  • Medication delivered to your doorstep
  • Monitoring and oversight by your doctor
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If you’re in emotional distress, text HOME to connect with a counselor immediately.


If you’re having a medical or mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your local ER.