Quoka (ka-woke-ah)

Mental wellbeing is the foundation for success

Our name comes from the Quokka, which is known as the happiest animal on the internet. ☺️

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Our Story

After a series of synchronous events Miriam Dorsett, the founder of Quoka, started a WhatsApp group where people would exchange messages of kindness. It grew to include challenges, and guided meditations.
 

In 2021, the product moved from WhatsApp to messaging on Community for more scalability and a peer to peer exchange. 

In 2022 Intro's between members was added.

Today Quoka is built for individuals, groups, and brands.

 

Peer to Peer Chat 

Anonymous means no risk of users feeling stupid or being judged.

 

Messages are reviewed and spam is eliminated.

Measurable

Measurement brings awareness, which is key to growth.

Learn your Mental Health Score (MHS).

Techniques

Mental health, mental strength, or mental wealth looks different for everyone. 

 

Quoka was founded on the values of:

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Innovation

Finding new ways to use existing technology, to support humanity and challenge the status quo.

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Gratitude &
Intention

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Inclusivity

Collaboration

Staying mindful of the little things. They matter.

We believe that everyone has something of value to contribute to the global perspective.

Recognizing that working together and connecting with others are some of the greatest strengths we have.

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People First

Designing from a people first perspective. Meeting people where they are.

 

Mental Wellbeing is private and complex.

It's what's called a wicked* problem.
 

According to Resonance Global, there is no set process that you can use to solve wicked problems because they are intertwined with social, economic, and environmental issues that are always changing. Wicked problems are never entirely resolved, but organizations and countries may make significant progress through focused effort and collaboration.

If you're passionate about this wicked problem become a Quoka partner.

Become a Partner

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Chibur

Build your network, connect with others to learn and grow with Basic Intros for Quoka.

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CallYourFriends

Use code QUOKA to save 20% and start dramatically raising the quality of your friendships and relationships. 

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MakinWellness

Wellness Wednesday Inspiration straight from Sara Makin. Founder of Makin Wellness.

Entre*

Upgrade your membership to Pro when you become a premium member of Quoka.

*Premium Partner

 

Regenerative Communication

Regenerative communication uses micro moments of giving and receiving to the community to make you and others feel better. Naturally replacing negative experiences throughout the day, and as a result, compounding and creating more positive micro moments. When these micro moments add up, you're able to function better.

Regenerative sustainability stops new damage while addressing existing problems. Its focus is on net positive outcomes, vital connections, and putting the future of life at the heart of everything that is done.

Regenerative Communication makes space for communication boundaries. Within communities, communication is key, but due to the nature of our digital world, it is not as easy as technology makes it seem. 

 

Acts of giving are linked to increased mental health and wellness.
In other words, giving makes you happier.

If you're experiencing an emergency or need immediate help, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

 

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  800-273-8255

  • Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

  • The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people