Kindbridge Behavioral Health partners with US Integrity and ProhiBet

November 15, 2023

The collaboration's aim is to help support mental health initiatives.

Kindbridge Behavioral Health, a mental health provider that supports individuals facing challenges related to problem gambling, has announced a partnership with US Integrity and ProhiBet. 

US Integrity is a technology-driven sports wagering monitoring company, while ProhiBet is a provider of encrypted data transfer solutions for the sports betting industry. 

This joint effort will aim to help take a step forward in improving mental health support for athletes, by providing a direct avenue for professional and student athletes in need of mental health services. Those individuals who the ProhiBet platform identifies as at-risk will now have extended access to Kindbridge’s platform, which integrates mental health services, clinical research and technology to deliver care for behavioral addictions.  

Founder & CEO of Kindbridge Behavioral Health, Daniel Umfleet, gave his thoughts on the collaboration: "Aligning with US Integrity is a pivotal move for Kindbridge. Together, we aim to seamlessly integrate integrity and accessibility to mental health services, setting a new standard in scale and support.

"Our specialized service is designed to address mental health issues commonly faced by collegiate and professional athletes, including problems related to gambling.” 

CEO & Co-Founder of US Integrity, Matthew Holt, added: "This partnership truly completes the evolution of a comprehensive athlete wrap-around service for teams and leagues.

"The amalgamation of betting monitoring services, education, and streamlined access to care for athletes represents a monumental stride toward ensuring the enduring integrity of sports nationwide."  

In related news, last month, the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) partnered with Mindway AI, which saw Mindway AI’s Gamalyze solution integrated into the NCPG’s website.


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