Prioritizing Mental Health Education

Keep your fire burning for your teaching passion – without burning out.

Join groups, attend virtual events, bookmark resources, and connect with fellow teachers & even wellness professionals who have backgrounds in teaching, all anonymously.

Mission: ensure educators thrive with affordable and accessible support they need any day, any time.
Vision: A world in which students and educators can reach their full potential because educators are taken care of.
Values: connection, healing, and learning. We all deserve community, safety, and opportunities for growth.

Why use The Teacher App?


Teachers generally experience more anxiety than the average professional. This is a place for you to feel stronger within the teacher community to avoid burning out and bringing stress home.


All your teacher-needs in one place. From mental health to your physical wellness, to your classroom needs… we got you covered.

The Community

The team behind this tool are advocates and educators. We believe in healthier and balanced education systems and the need for connection, so you can trust we put your needs at the forefront.

One of a Kind

There’s no other tool out there prioritizing mental health in and outside the classroom for teachers the way TAPP does.

Accessible Support

Connections made on the platform are possible 24/7, nationwide. Mentorship, community building, workshops, and tapping into professional advice is at your service!

Social Innovation

We ensure affordability, equity, and professionalism behind every step we take. We merge tech and health with diversity and inclusion as our priority.

In the media

“Educating youth in their formative years is one of the most important jobs out there. But are teachers being given the support needed to do so?

One Montrealer experienced the harsh reality herself and took matters into her own hands by creating The Teacher App.

It’s an app where educators will get to access mental-health resources, share knowledge, and call for help for anything teacher-related.

Brittany Henriques reports.” – City News Montreal

Supporting and supported by



Yes Employment + Entrepeneurship

Love Québec

League of Innovators

Dobson Practicum