202008 Oct
NOCD Raises $12M, Plans to Expand Its Virtual OCD Treatment Nationally
Type
Funding Rounds
Companies
Funding
202008 Oct
$12MSeries A
Source
Builtinchicago
Summary

NOCD, a Chicago-based telehealth startup that specializes in the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), announced this week it closed on a $12 million Series A round led by Health Enterprise Partners. OCD, a mental disorder that results in obsessive and intrusive thoughts and tics, is among the top 20 causes of illness-related disability worldwide, according to the World Health Organization. The platform is meant to be a resource to people with OCD, providing cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to help treat its users. “Today is an exciting step in the maturation of our company for our many collaborators, investors and health plans, but most importantly the people we are humbled to provide respite to everyday.” This latest round brings NOCD’s total funding raised to $17 million, according to Crunchbase data. “We can’t wait to continue our growth, expand our technology capabilities and play a critical role in transforming many lives.” Also in ChicagoArgonne Scientists Say They’ve Invented the First Reusable N95 Mask

Classifications
  • Data Warehousing Software
  • Data Management
  • Fintech & Banking
  • Anti Piracy
  • Sales and Marketing