Over 75%

of Hers customers who checked in with their provider reported improvements in their mental health symptoms.*

Over 75%

of Hers customers who checked in with their provider reported improvements in their mental health symptoms.*

Find relief with trusted medication

  • Serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) like Generic for Lexapro® are commonly used to treat symptoms of anxiety & depression.
  • SSRIs enhance emotional stability, making stress easier to regulate and manage.

Commonly prescribed SSRIs

Access a range of personalized medication

How SSRIs work

SSRIs help block the reabsorption (aka reuptake) of serotonin by neurons, making more serotonin available to pass between them.

* Results vary. Data were self-reported between 11/26/2021 and 08/01/2022 by Hers customers who 1) signed up between 11/04/2021 and 05/04/2022; 2) were prescribed antidepressant medication by a provider after their first consultation on the Hers platform; and 3) had an active subscription for such antidepressant medication through the Hers platform within 90 days after signing up.

How mental health care works through Hers

How mental health care works through Hers

Online
assessment

Answer some questions about your mental health, completely online.

About 10 minutes


Provider
diagnosis

A medical professional will review your information and message you with a personalized treatment plan.

Less than 12 hours*


Free
delivery

If prescribed, your treatment ships directly to your door for free.

ASAP


Ongoing
support

Get access to check-ins, medication adjustments, and provider messaging.

24/7

*On average. Actual response times vary by state and individual patient. Between 5/30/22 and 5/29/23, providers providing psychiatric care on the Hims & Hers platform averaged a response time of approximately 12 hours after intake form submission.

Feel supported with our
Starter Plan

Feel supported with our
Starter Plan

Ease into trusted
medication

Start with an introductory dose to help your body adjust to treatment.

Get guidance as
treatment progresses

Review how your treatment is going through check-ins with a provider.

Stay in touch with
our providers

Reach out to a licensed provider with any questions along the way.

Adjust treatment
if needed

A provider can help you adjust your dosage or find a new medication.

The right treatment
for you

Best-in-class, doctor-trusted medications, now available 100% online, without the name-brand markups

Mental health care

on your time

 

Getting a treatment recommendation

Completing a consultation

Getting your medication

Getting a
treatment recommen-
dation

Completing
a consul-
tation

Getting your
medication

Hers

Hours

100%
online

Free,
discreet
delivery

Hers

Hours

100% online

Free, discreet delivery

In-person

Weeks

A trip to
the doctor's
office

Another
trip to the
pharmacy

In-person

Weeks

A trip to the doctor's office

Another trip to the pharmacy

Frequently
asked questions

How long until I see results?

Results vary, but the treatments we offer have been shown to provide results in as little as 2-4 weeks.

Does Hers require insurance?

Hers makes healthcare accessible without needing insurance. Our prices are the same for everyone, so you can always get the treatment you need, no coverage required.

Are controlled substances prescribed?

Controlled substances, including amphetamines (such as Adderall) or benzodiazepines (such as Xanax and Valium) are not available through our platform.

How will I know if I’m a fit for medication?

A healthcare provider will review your PHQ-9 and GAD-7 scores, which measure the severity of your anxiety and depression symptoms, as well as your medical history to determine if medication is a fit for you.

How will a provider help me manage possible side effects?

A provider will be available to answer any questions you might have regarding side effects and can make adjustments to your medication, if necessary.

741-741

If you're in emotional distress, text HOME to 741-741 to connect with a Crisis Text Line counselor immediately.

911

If you’re having a medical or mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your local ER.

* Controlled substances, including amphetamines (such as Adderall) or benzodiazepines (such as Xanax and Valium) are not available through our platform.