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someone who gets you.

Traditional therapy leaves you feeling isolated, and it’s expensive. With Fello, talk to peers who are vetted and trained, experienced in your struggles, and cost 50% less.

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Join Amy, Stefani, Adam and Paul who are using Fello for all their feels.

Going it alone isn’t working. Let Fello move you forward.


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Find your Fello.

Browse Fellos who have been vetted,  trained, and will use their lived experiences to provide the support you need.


Vent without apologies.

Talk about real sh*t with someone who gets it.

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You deserve something different.

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“You don’t cost my life savings.”
“You can video call.”
“You have time to see me this week.”
“You’ve been through this.”

Fello is for real. Don’t take it from us though.

Adam P.

"I've tried traditional therapy, meditation, and lots of other tools. I've seen more progress in one session on Fello than everything else combined." 

Stefani W.

"I remember struggling early on as a mother. I love that Fello gives me a chance to share my experience and make the journey easier for others."

Paul B.

"I've been able to learn from someone who's overcome the same issues and is much further down the path. I've experienced huge growth all thanks to Fello."

Amy K.

"Becoming a Fello has been incredibly rewarding—I get to share my experiences and make a real difference in people's lives."

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Got questions?

What is Fello?

Simply put, Fello connects you with people who've been there. Fello is a community where you get affordable, practical guidance from someone who has shared life experience and has successfully overcome challenges you are facing.

How does Fello work?

Download the app (coming soon), create your profile, and start browsing people who have been in your shoes. Schedule a check-in with anyone you'd like to talk to. You can schedule ongoing check-ins with the same person at set or varying times, or meet others. You can stick to one topic or find help for a few. After each check-in is complete, your payment will be processed. Fellos are here for you to lean on whenever and however often you prefer.

Who are Finders?

A Finder is someone seeking support from a person who has gone through a similar situation.

Who are Fellos? Are they trained?

A Fello is someone sharing their specific lived experience to help others who are going through a similar situation. Fellos help you get through what you're going through. All Fellos receive training in meeting Finders' needs, active listening, effective support methods and crisis management, and must pass an assessment before offering check-ins.

What is a check-in? Are they in-person or online?

A check-in is a 30-minute video call between a Finder and a Fello, hosted on the Fello Co. app. Fellos listen, validate, and offer guidance to Finders based on their shared experiences.

How much does it cost?

$40 for a 30 min check-in

What types of lived experience support does Fello offer?

You can get support from people who have gone through alcohol use or drug use (reducing consumption or getting sober), parenting (infertility, pregnancy, adoption, single parenting, and various infant-, toddler-, young child-, and teen-specific issues) and relationships (communication, appreciation, or financial issues, bad breakup, divorce, infidelity, loneliness, and more).

Is there a minimum age required to use fello?

You must be 18 years or older.

Do you accept insurance?

We do not currently accept insurance.

Are Fellos therapists, clinicians, or social workers?

Fellos provide peer support and are not professional therapists, clinicians, or social workers.