Govox is shaping the future of a happier and healthier world in its mission to save lives.

Founded in 2018, initially to support local Hertfordshire sports clubs following the sad loss of a number of grassroots rugby players by suicide, Govox exists to provide insights for wellbeing leaders. It does this via an online mental health platform, which is steeped in innovative technology and provides data and insights to pinpoint at-risk individuals. Working in collaboration with our network of specialist mental health partners, Govox upskills organisations to spot poor mental health and negotiate sometimes-difficult conversations. Govox make sure those struggling with their mental health are given the forum to be heard – by their peers, employers and anybody in a position of trust.

To find out more about how the Govox platform can benefit your club, please click here.

Want free wellbeing support at your club?

We’re offering Govox free of charge for the first year to all Herts Sports Partnership-affiliated sports clubs.  Subsequent annual fee is £400 per club. Click here to sign up. 

Helping clubs normalise mental illness and improve performance on and off the pitch.

The pressure to perform in sport is not to be taken lightly, even an amateur environment. While not as easily diagnosable as physical injuries, mental illness (including stress and anxiety) is commonplace among our athletes at both pro and club level, and more needs to be done to prevent it becoming overwhelming and all-consuming. The conversation about mental health issues in sportspeople, club members and volunteers has been started. But with the right resources, sports organisations can do more to champion mental health and help players and staff alike better manage their wellbeing.

Govox is also supporting 100’s of workplace organisations – click here to find out how we can support you.