A Friend Asks
Here you will have access to the warning signs, do’s and don’ts, and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a click away. Don’t be afraid to ask for help…for a friend or yourself.
Use Aspire to identify the values that guide your life and the actions (or “paths”) that you do to live that value. Aspire will help you keep track of those actions throughout the day and support you in living a more purpose-driven and satisfying life.
Boost Me can provide positive activities that have worked for you in the past or give you suggestions, based on how you’re feeling. Notice an improvement in your mood? Log what you did in Boost Me to have a reminder in the future of something that made you feel good.
Daily Feats encourages you to incorporate worthwhile and productive activities into your day. Add accomplishments big and small to the Feats calendar, where you can track your positive activity streaks and level up by completing more tasks! Daily Feats motivates you to spend your days in more meaningful, rewarding ways to increase your overall satisfaction in life.
Day to Day
Day to Day delivers a daily stream of tips, tricks, and other information throughout the day to boost your mood. Work on a particular theme each day, and every week, learn more about how to effectively cultivate gratitude, activate pleasure, increase connectedness, solve problems, and challenge your thinking.
Digipill uses completely unique techniques inside carefully crafted audio ‘pills’ which typically play for around half an hour – although the effects can often last for much longer – sometimes even a lifetime.
HealthyMinds is a problem-solving tool to help deal with emotions and cope with the stresses you encounter both on and off campus. The goal: Keeping your mind healthy.
HELP Prevent Suicide
HELP Prevent Suicide is a free app for the Android which gives you access to crisis intervention resources. The app will help you by listing the warning signs, on how to talk to the person in crisis, and gives you lots of resources on national and Oklahoma-specific resources.
Sometimes we all need a helping hand, an encouraging word, or a motivational push to get us through tough spots or challenging situations. Use iCope to send yourself inspirational messages and reassuring statements written in your own words to help you when you need it most. With iCope, you’ve got this.
I Drank the Sea Water
The “I drank the sea water” Self-harm help app has interactive options to play different videos that will guide someone through an urge, by asking them to promise for 15 minutes that they will not hurt themselves. It has options for if they can not promise and gives ideas on how to make it through.
Insight Timer is the largest community of regular meditators. Our community generates more meditation minutes than any other app. Every day more than 800 of the world’s best meditation teachers upload new content including free guided meditations, beautiful meditation music, talks and podcasts.
Operation Reach Out
Military Community Awareness – introduces OPERATION REACH OUT, a smartphone app aimed at preventing suicide among military personnel and veterans.
MindShift is an app designed to help teens and young adults cope with anxiety. It can help you change how you think about anxiety. Rather than trying to avoid anxiety, you can make an important shift and face it.
MoodFx is an interactive mobile-optimized website designed to help people with depression and anxiety by providing simple and scientifically valid methods for monitoring symptoms and functioning.
Mood Sentry is a mobile app that represents the porting of multiple computer based tools I use to manage my depression to a mobile platform.
If you are feeling sad, anxious, or depressed, lift your mood with MoodTools! MoodTools is designed to help you combat depression and alleviate your negative moods, aiding you on your road to recovery.
Track as often or as little as you’d like. See how your moods change over time. Discover mood patterns and triggers. Support and get feedback from others.
MoveMe is an app designed to boost your mood through bursts of activity. MoveMe is based on science that tells us 10 to 15 minutes of regular bursts of activity can improve your mood and well-being. MoveMe is designed to help you select the best exercises to improve your mood.
My3 Support Network
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.
Mantras are phrases we repeat to ourselves that highlight our strengths and values, and can motivate us to do and feel good. A mantra helps you become your best possible self and My Mantra is designed to help you get there.
Positive Activity Jackpot
PAJ uses a behavioral therapy called pleasant event scheduling (PES), which is used to overcome depression and build resilience. This app features augmented reality technology to help users find nearby enjoyable activities and makes activity suggestions with local options and the ability to invite friends.
Chill out with Purple Chill’s relaxation exercises! Take a timeout to listen to audio recordings that guide you through various techniques to de-stress and worry less.
Recovery Record app for eating disorder management from the privacy of your mobile phone.
Harmony contains three free hypnosis meditations. Listen to one of the sessions every day for the next five days and notice the difference in how good you feel.
R U Suicidal?
A video-based, interactive self-help tool for anyone having thoughts about suicide.
Slumber Time is a comprehensive sleeping app to help you get a good night’s rest. Start a sleep diary to track how well you are sleeping and use the bedtime checklist to clear your mind before going to sleep. Take Slumber Time to bed and use it as your alarm clock to wake up to your favorite songs and sounds.
This app is a pocket suicide prevention resource, packed full of useful information to help you stay safe. You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide.
Suicide Crisis Support
Suicide Crisis Support is a free app for the Android which also offers the digital version of the book “The Tender Leaves of Hope, Helping Someone Survive a Suicide Crisis.” A good read and very shareable.
Suicide Lifeguard is a FREE app intended for anyone concerned that someone they know may be thinking of suicide.
Suicide Safety Plan
Suicidal thoughts can seem like they will last forever – but these thoughts and feelings pass with time. Having a plan in place that can help guide you through difficult moments can help you cope and keep you safe.
T2 Mood Tracker
T2 Mood Tracker is designed to help you track your emotional experience over time and to provide you with a tool to share this information with your health care provider.
Want to talk to people going through the same struggles as you? TalkLife is a safe social network to get help and give help.
The LifeLine (National Suicide Prevention App and one stop portal supporting Canada and Worldwide Suicide Prevention with direction to all levels of support)
Put your thoughts to the test with Thought Challenger to see if they stand up in the face of questioning. With this app, get into the habit of changing your perspective and move toward a more balanced outlook on life!
Ulster County SPEAK
Ulster County SPEAK is a free app for the Android which offers you lots of help by providing tons of information and tools to help someone in need.
Bubble Wrap® has been a source of fascination for people of all ages since its invention. Here is an environmentally friendly way to do what you really wanted to do with it all along: POP IT!
Virtual Hope Box
The Virtual Hope Box mobile application received the 2014 Department of Defense Innovation Award for its unique application of technology in supporting behavioral health in service members and military families.
Worry Knot teaches you to manage your worry with lessons, distractions and a proven worry management technique. Use a guided tool to address specific problems that you can’t stop thinking about, or read about how to cope with “tangled thinking” overall. Worry Knot will show you statistics about your progress as you practice coping with worry, give you daily tips and tricks about managing worry, and provide customizable suggestions forways to distract yourself from knotty problems.