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Episode 13 - Dion Gonzales & Jeff Dorchester iRel8

August 4, 2018

Welcome to Episode 13 from Beyond the Big Red Truck!  Today I shared an amazing conversation with two amazing guys, Dion Gonzales and Jeff Dorchester co-founders from iRel8.  Dion is successful entrepreneur and executive with a proven history of creating and delivering successful products domestically and internationally and Jeff is an experienced and successful designer, entrepreneur, and executive with decades of passion andinnovation in the technology space.  Jeff and Dion used their experiences and skills to create a much needed resource and to fill a gap that they discovered in mental health community.  iRel8 is a mobile application that gives users an open and anonymous platform to receive mental health help, provide relevant advice to others, and relate to a larger community – all in a safe and non-identifiable way so a user’s reputation is not compromised in any way with friends, family members, or work colleagues.  Jeff and Dion beileve people have a visceral need to relate, belong, and feel connected to others in fulfilling ways.  iRel8 was created to help people overcome their problems, get relevant help, and provide help to others.  So how are they doing this? They are doing this by offering a mobile app that makes it easy for users to relate to others with specific categories and access to real-world advice from people who have “walked a mile in your shoes”.  Check out their website https://irel8.org and download the app, it is like nothing you've ever seen before and is truly helping people heal! You can access from the website and is available for both apple and andriod.  Enjoy the conversation and please share this podcast so we can all be part of the change to help stop the stigma and open the conversation so that the conversation about mental health is a just feels normal. Thanks for listening and Much gratitude, Brad