Resources: Mental Health Apps
Cope Notes uses daily text messages that combine peer support and positive psychology to help improve mental and emotional health.
Equoo is a game that teaches individuals psychological skills in a fun and captivating way to deal with emotional and mental stressors in a healthy and productive fashion.
Happify brings you effective tools and programs (via the web and an app) to help you take control of your feelings and thoughts using proven techniques developed by leading scientists and experts who’ve been studying evidence-based interventions in the fields of positive psychology, mindfulness, and cognitive-behavioral therapy.
Lyf is a social media app where users share highly personal aspects of themselves without the fear of judgment. Lyfers have the opportunity to connect with and chat to others on the same life paths or journeys; whether it’s a struggle or celebration, in Lyf, you aren’t alone.
The notOK App® is a free app that takes the guesswork out of asking for help when you’re feeling vulnerable.
Runaway is a social entrepreneurial venture that aims to spread mental health awareness and make the world happier.
Supportiv is a digital peer-to-peer support network that enables people to process, cope with, heal from, and problem solve mental health (anxiety, depression) + daily life struggles (loneliness, family pressure, parenting challenges, relationship conflicts, work stress) in safe, professionally moderated micro-community chats.
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