top of page
Curio is a healthcare company solving issues unique to each stage of women’s lives. Through puberty, fertility, childbirth, and menopause, women experience a host of complex changes that can take a toll on their mental and physical well-being. Curio solves these issues and differentiates itself by leveraging evidence-based practices, clinically validated solutions, and intelligent technology platforms to address each woman’s unique needs in a holistic way.
woman meditating at desk_4x.png

Women Want Behavioral Health Support

1 in 5 women have a mental health problem such as depression, PTSD or an eating disorder [1]

stigma iconcurio green.png

Women are more prone than men to feel stigmatized to get help for mental health, and this stigma is even higher in women of color [3]

care iconcurio green.png

Half the women who tried to get care were able to get an appointment within a month, but more than one-third of women had to wait more than a month [5]

mental health anxiety iconcurio green.png

Past year prevalence of any anxiety disorder was higher for females (23.4%) than for males (14.3%) [2]

lack of awareness iconcurio green.png

There is a lack of awareness about mental health issues, treatment options, and available services [4]

telemed iconcurio green.png

Sixty percent of women had a telemedicine/telehealth visit in the past two years [6]

End-to-End Solutions for Women's Health

By leveraging our Curio-i predictive analytics tool and our BellaLift patient platform, we are able to identify women in need earlier, provide access to the right treatment at the right time, and bend the curve for women with mental health conditions.

new journey for site.png
AdobeStock_539636862 (5).jpeg

Holistic Approach to Women’s Health

From fertility, to pregnancy, motherhood, and beyond, Curio's got you covered. Offering a comprehensive suite of digital tools and neurobehavioral interventions, we are putting the power back into your hands. Even more incredibly, we are able to early identify those at risk for mental health issues, and provide them with the proper interventions before the problem even becomes a problem.

Goldin-Evans, et al., 2015,

National Institute of Mental Health,

Women’s Health Research Institute,

American Psychiatry Association,

Kaiser Family Foundation

bottom of page