Our portfolio of five evidence-informed, highly engaging and rigorously tested digital health games, in the form of videogames, provides unique and critical opportunities for youth, ages 10-20, to practice skills and acquire knowledge in a virtual world. These in-game experiences help them become better decision makers and agents in their own health promotion and wellness and risk prevention. Adolescents tell us they like playing our games and the science demonstrates that they have significant impact.
All of our games were created by our partner at the play2PREVENT Lab at the Yale Center for Health & Learning Games in collaboration with adolescents and community partners and developed by some of the top serious game developers. They have been supported with funding from the NIH and different foundations such as the CVS Health Foundation and the Best Foundation (a subsidiary of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
Our games can be played on all devices and platforms.