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Mental Wellbeing Apps

If you or someone you know is looking to download a helpful app, the following resources are free to use for children, teens, and families. If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs immediate help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.

For additional mobile apps to help manage anxiety, depression, or other types of mental distress, see a full list of apps for people of all ages: ADAA Mental Health Apps.

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Self Help for Anxiety Management (SAM)

SAM is a friendly app that offers a range of self-help methods for people who are serious about learning to manage their anxiety. Users can record their anxiety levels and identify triggers. It includes self-help options, a personalized anxiety toolkit, and a forum where users can anonymously share their experiences. 

Available on Google Play and Apple App Store

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Breathr

This app provides opportunities for teens to try out a variety of mindfulness practices, while also teaching them interesting facts about the brain science behind those practices. For example, did you know that regularly practicing mindfulness can improve your relationships with others? Or that it has been shown to change parts of the brain that affect memory, empathy and stress? Our aim is to show youth that mindfulness can be fun, easy to try, and that it can have very real benefits for their overall health and well-being. 

Available on Google Play and Apple App Store

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Calm

Calm is an app for sleep and meditation. Calm is for anyone, whether you’re brand new to meditation or a seasoned expert. It’s also for anyone who needs a mental break, a soothing sound, or a peaceful night’s rest. Our guided meditations are available in lengths of 3 to 25 minutes, so you can choose the perfect length to fit your schedule.

Available on Google Play and Apple App Store

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