Never Alone, also known as Kisima Inŋitchuŋa ("I am not alone"), is a puzzle-platform adventure video game developed by Upper One Games and published by E-Line Media based on the traditional Iñupiaq tale, "Kunuuksaayuka", which was first recorded by master storyteller Robert Nasruk Cleveland in his collection Stories of the Black River People. Swapping between an Iñupiaq girl named Nuna and her Arctic fox companion, the player completes puzzles in a story that spans eight chapters. The game was the result of a partnership between the Cook Inlet Tribal Council and E-Line Media. It is one of a growing number of video games produced by Indigenous people. A sequel was announced in February 2022.
PIWI stands for People Interacting With Intent. PIWI is an emotional AI mental wellbeing chatbot. Named after Paulette Wright, the late sister of Never Alone co-founder, Gabriella Wright, who inspired The Chopra Foundation and NeverAlone team to create a movement for suicide awareness and mental wellbeing. PIWI is available 24/7 via text or messenger on the neveralone.love website or facebook page and has the ability to connect you with mental hygiene tools and mental health counselors across 50 states.Conversations with Piwi are subject to preprogrammed filters that indicate if the person calling in is at highest risk. Within ten seconds the call is transferred to a live counselor who takes over the conversation via chat, or gives the person in need a phone call. During this call the counselor makes sure the suicidal crisis is averted. Follow-up touch points ensure the person who was in crisis will get connected to the right resources to improve their situation.
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