Mental Health Resources

March 18, 2020 By Admin

Applications

This app provides the user with short activities tuned into your emotions. Click here for more information.

This app is a portable stress management tool. It provides the user with instructions and practice exercises to learn breathing techniques designed to help manage stress. Click here for more information.

This app provides tools for sleep, meditation and relaxation. Click here for free resources provided by www.calm.com.

This app provides mindfulness for everyday life. It helps users learn a mindful approach and has  articles for any mood. It includes inspiring stories and mini-meditations, a move mode with exercises, a sleep mode and meditation. Click here to learn more.

This app provides users with biblical teachings. Features include reading and listening to daily devotions, streaming tv and radio message broadcasts, 24/7 streaming of the Charles Stanley Radio, and more. Click here for more information.

This app features a depression test, a thought diary, meditation guides and a suicide safety plan. MoodTools is designed to target depression providing education about risk factors and approaches to treatment. Click here for more information.

This app guides you through panic attacks. It includes empirically supported coping tools to manage panic. Click here for more information.

This app gives clinically validated techniques for dealing with stress, anxiety and depression. It includes daily mood tracking, guided journeys, coping tools, progress analysis, and community support. Click here for more information.

Websites

Hotlines

Text HOME to 741741 if you are feeling anxious about COVID-19 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (3255)

Texas Youth Hotline: 1-800-989-6884 OR text 512-872-5777

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