Helpful Apps

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Improve sleep and reduce stress through personalized meditation with the Balance app. 

Bearable helps explain symptoms and makes data shareable with medical professionals. Bearable provides a list of mental health symptoms for the user to identify difficult moods. The app also allows users to track medications, sleep, exercise, food intake and social interactions. For iPhone users, this data can be synced with Apple Health. While the basic version of the app is free, a premium subscription is about $5 per month.

CBT Guide:Depression Self-Help Guide offers CBT-based guides, exercises and tools to help users manage depression. Users complete a questionnaire that identifies their severity of depression and tools to improve stressful thinking. The app is free, however, it is only available for Android users. 

Beautiful & feature-rich journal app for all your devices. Available for iOS, macOS, Windows & Android. Free on web. They also offer a pro version that is across all platforms and is a one time purchase. Approximately $11. is a collection of small, simple, single-task tools, mostly designed to help neurodivergent people with tasks they find overwhelming or difficult. 

Grounded: Quit Weed - the #1 quit weed app. Dedicated to helping you quit weed or to take a tolerance break, the stop smoking app can help you stay smoke-free or quit your habit completely.  Available on Android or IOS. There is a free and pro version. 

Track your sobriety with a community that understands what you're going through. Build new daily habits and learn from others who are making changes happen.

MindShift CBT is a free app designed for anxiety. It uses psychotherapy techniques to reduce anxiety and tackle other mood disorders. The features include meditations, thought journals and habit tracking.

MoodMission is an app designed to help people who are dealing with stress, anxiety and/or depression. The app recommends “missions” based on how users are feeling. The app includes missions such as breathing exercises, knitting tutorials, physical exercise and thought-based activities. There is a one-time fee of $5.

The PTSD Coach app was designed for Veterans experiencing symptoms of PTSD. You do not have to be in treatment for PTSD to use this app, but it is not a replacement for therapy.

PTSD Coach is available in English and Spanish.

PTSD Coach and PTSD Coach Online were created by VA’s National Center for PTSD and the U.S. Department of Defense’s National Center for Telehealth & Technology.

Recovery Record is a free app for anyone recovering from an eating disorder. The app tracks daily progress and helps achieve goals. The app also includes a food diary (to track food, thoughts and feelings during meals), daily affirmations, coping tactics, goal setting and more.

Sanvello is an app that provides cognitive behavioral therapy tools to help treat mild to moderate anxiety and depression. It teaches mindfulness skills and provides mood and health tracking tools that can be used to improve mental and physical health. The basic version is free while the premium version is $9.

We're here to improve the world's mental health with practical, actionable tools. Our unique blend of industry expertise, firsthand lived experience, and obsession to always do better enables us to create solutions that are not only easy to use but also have a genuine impact in people's lives.  There is a free version and then premium options with prices of $15/monthly, $60/annually, $100/lifetime.

Tappy is a free therapeutic fidgeting app designed to reduce users’ stress and anxiety through fidget games and tools. 

Todoist is an app designed to help users get tasks into one place, organize them and set reminders for when they need to be done. Users can organize tasks by type, in order of importance or in a custom way. Todoist also allows users to color code tasks. Tasks can also be shared with family members, friends or co-workers. This tool may help people with ADHD and/or busy schedules refocus their mind on the task at hand. While the basic version is free, a premium subscription costs about $3 per month.