The use of technology to address mental health among youth in Norway is gaining traction, with many measures being implemented from the public sphere. Literature claims that peer-support can help alleviate some of the symptoms of mental health issues, such as isolation and taboo. However, traditional face-to-face peer support can be limited by time, geography and attendance. Through the use of digital spaces, researchers believe that peer support can be achieved online. By critically exploring digital spaces with participants from a national network consisting of youth, I aim to find alternate ways to design technologies that can lead improved mental health among youth.