Just Checking In helps you feel supported when you are feeling isolated and lonely. We help keep you automatically connected with family and friends.

If you don’t check in once a day, your emergency contacts will be sent a text to check on you.

We will send you 3 daily notifications reminding you to check in.

Choose 5 family members or friends with whom you will share your check in status.

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Easy registration

Simple “Check In” button

Easy-to-find “Emergency” help button

Simply share your status with loved ones

Simple check in time selection

Easy reminders to check in

With Just Checking In, if you have not checked in (using the easy button selections on our app) within a 24-hour period, family and friends are prompted to check in with you!

Just Checking In helps you feel supported when you are feeling isolated and lonely. We help keep you automatically connected with family and friends.

If you don’t check in once a day, your emergency contacts will be sent a text to check on you.

With Just Checking In, if someone hasn’t responded SAFE within a 24 hour period, family and friends are prompt to check on that person and are shown the last known check in status of that person’s smartphone.

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Our mission is to support mental health by keeping loved ones mindful with a daily check in. 


Just Checking In is a mobile app that notifies your emergency contacts if you have not ‘checked in’ with them.


A simple reminder to connect with others can help you to remember that you are loved, cared for, and most importantly, not alone.


Our objective is to ensure that those living alone feel safe, while providing peace of mind also for those who care for them.


We aim to foster closer bonds between families and friends of all ages, across the globe, and most importantly, to support existing efforts to assist those suffering from depression and other mental health challenges.




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Become a partner.

We are committed to building a network of organizations and individuals who are driven by compassion, to help those in need. Loneliness and depression are tough to handle; together we can help alleviate the challenges that accompany these painful conditions. Please provide information about your organization and how you would like to partner with us.

Your support is valuable.  

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