Johnny Crowder,the former vocalist of Dark Sermon and current frontman of Prison, have announced the launch of Cope Notes, a mental wellness initiative to support troubled peers. Crowder, who is a lived-experience mental health advocate, had made the initiative pretty accessible to millenials as it operates through short message service (SMS) with subscribers receiving twenty randomly timed messages per month that contain witty advice, exercises, and encouragement. For additional details, you can check out the press release they sent out regarding this announcement.
The service aims to solve common problems experienced by those frustrated with the search for the perfect self-help solution.
Cope Notes is quickly setting itself apart from other self-help tools with its cheeky, disarming tone and unconventional approach to personal development. The service’s unpredictable schedule consistently blindsides foul moods in an effort to gradually replace toxic mental habits with healthy ones. As a text-based initiative, subscribers are not required to download an app, create an account, or set aside time to use it. Written by Crowder himself, each text is inspired by a strategy that has proven to be effective throughout the course of his own healing.
“It took me years to find and hone the coping strategies that I rely on every day to keep me happy and healthy,” said Johnny Crowder, Founder of Cope Notes. “Now that I finally figured out what works, I want to save people from the discouragement and disappointment of scrambling for solutions and fast-track their growth.”
New users can enjoy a seven-day free trial by visiting CopeNotes.com/Subscribe or texting COPE to 33222. After the trial period, subscribers pay $9.99 per month, with discounts applied to six-month and one-year subscriptions, and no set-up or cancellation fees. The service also offers an option to purchase and personalize gift subscriptions for friends or family members in need.