Apps on iOs and Android that can help improve your mental health. These apps are not intended to replace help from a professional.
ReachOut is a free social network, available for iOS and for Android, ideal for people on the go, or who would rather get help and connect with others on their phones instead of making phone calls or using desktop live chat services. Find others here who share your story and empathize with you. Spanish not available.
Stigma can help you build a support network for bipolar disorder, anxiety, or depression. The app boasts a journal that notices which words you use most when jotting down your feelings. Apple
Each time you drink water, you feed the plant. Helps to keep track of this basic needs, often neglected in our community. Apple & Android
For individuals who have suicidal ideation. With MY3, you define your network and your plan to stay safe. With MY3 you can be prepared to help yourself and reach out to others when you are having thoughts of suicide.
Listen to audio content created by licensed therapists and psychologists. Apple
BoosterBuddy is a free app designed to help teens and young adults improve their mental health. Check-in with how you are feeling today, use coping skills, keep track of appointments and medications, get started on tasks, follow self-care routines, and increase real-life socialization. Available on Apple and Android.
For people with anxiety- find information, coping skills, self-assessment, and inspirational quotes. Available for Apple and Android.
A companion app that includes mood tracking, reminders and safety plans. Location aware for finding the nearest hospitals and mental health treatment centers. Includes personalized coping mechanisms and assistance for finding therapists and support groups. Apple.
For individuals with PTSD- The app asks for comforting pictures from camera roll, comforting songs from iTunes, and comforting people from your contacts. There is an education, self-assessment, common symotoms and support system. Developed by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. (Apple and Android)
WellMind is designed to help you with stress, anxiety and depression. The app includes advice, tips and tools to improve your mental health and boost your wellbeing.