Anxiety & Depression medication delivered for $34/month

Control your anxiety and depression with unlimited doctors visits, prescription medication, and discreet shipping to your home, all for about $1 a day.

How it works


Complete free online assessment

Validated assessment tools help our board-certified doctors work with you to design a personalized treatment plan.


Begin treatment

If you qualify for treatment, medication will ship right to your door in discrete packaging for just $34/month.


Receive ongoing care

Your doctor will check in every 2 weeks to assess your progress, adjust medication, and answer any questions.

You’re not alone. We’re here to help.

Anxiety and depression are among the most under reported and under treated diseases in America. Nearly 20% of adults in the US suffer from mental health illness and fewer than half receive treatment. Our mission is to increase access to treatment for those suffering in silence.


Get started with K to see if you qualify for anxiety and depression medication. 

Trusted by over 3 million users

"I was paying $100 for another online anxiety management service. K is less than 1/3 of that and it’s clear that the doctors care."  — Brooke T.

"The doctor helped me understand my anxiety and prescribed medication that's really helped. Thank you!" — Devon B.

"I’ve never been able to get affordable mental health care without insurance - until I discovered K." — Greg R.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the doctors that decide if this is the right fit for me?

All of our doctors are board-certified, US-based, and have years of clinical practice. They are all employed by an independent physician-owned corporation so that they can focus on delivering the best care. Meet the team.

Can anyone receive treatment?

Everyone has access to a free evaluation to determine if remote care to treat their anxiety and depression could be a good fit. Whether you’re a candidate for our monthly program or not, anyone can decide to talk with one of our doctors to determine the best path to treatment but there will be instances where doctors decide it would be safer to be treated in person.

Which medications do you prescribe?

We prescribe the safest medications that are considered first-line in the treatment of anxiety and depression. They include SSRIs (such as Zoloft and Lexapro), SNRIs (such as Cymbalta, Wellbutrin, and Buspar). To ensure absolute safety, we avoid any medications with potentially serious side effects that require blood work and an ECG. We categorically do not prescribe any controlled substances, such as Xanax and Ativan. While we do recognize their benefit, these medications do carry a significant potential for abuse. No matter the medication prescribed, our policy is to start low and go slow. We start with the lowest dose and adjust slowly. In combination with our bi-weekly follow ups, this allows us to avoid side effects outright or catch them before they become serious.

Is this a safe way to manage my health?

While treating mental health carries inherent risk, the risk of NOT treating mental health is far greater. Treatment is tailored to you based on your symptoms, your needs, your experiences and your preferences. For some, this may be therapy; for others, medications. And for others, both. We know medication will not impact every person the same way which is why we insist on consistent follow ups. To err on the side of safety, we do not treat people with severe depression or those with high risk features remotely.

Start your free assessment and chat with a doctor about anxiety and depression treatments.

What is anxiety?

Experiencing occasional anxiety is a normal part of life, but people with anxiety disorders frequently have intense, excessive and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations. Often, anxiety disorders involve repeated episodes of sudden feelings of intense anxiety and fear or terror that reach a peak within minutes and interfere with daily activities.

Start your free assessment to see if you qualify for anxiety medication.

Learn  more about anxiety


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What is depression?

Clinical depression is a disorder that detrimentally affects the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors of the sufferer. Symptoms may last at least two weeks, but symptoms can frequently last for longer periods of time. It commonly includes low mood for the majority of one’s day. Additionally, many people who struggle with depression have repeat episodes of depression throughout their lifetime.

Start your free assessment to see if you qualify for depression medication.

Learn  more about depression


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Meet Some of Your Doctors

Board-certified, in your state, and ready to answer all your questions.

Dr. Edo Paz, MD

Harvard University
Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital

Dr. Sulin Chung, MD

SUNY Upstate Medical Center
Stony Brook University 

Dr. Carlos Ramos, MD

University of Washington 
UCLA/Olive View/San Fernando Valley

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