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3 More Apps

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I have three more apps you might be interested in. The first is called ReliefLink.  It has several relapse prevention planning features in one app. 1. Mood tracking plus suicidal thoughts. If the mood is low or suicidal thoughts are present, the app links to your previously made safety plan or other in app resources. 2.  Relaxation Exercises (relaxation and mindfulness)3. Relaxing Music--just hit play and you will hear calming music. Reallllly calm. It's soft so I th...
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2 new apps

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There are two new apps from The National Center for Telehealth and Technology. Both are available from iTunes and Google play.  The first is Virtual Hope Box. From the website: "The Virtual Hope Box (VHB) is a smartphone application designed for use by patients and their behavioral health providers as an accessory to treatment. The VHB contains simple tools to help patients with coping, relaxation, distraction, and positive thinking.Patients and providers can work together to...
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Meditation for beginners

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In groups, we ask people to practice meditating as a way to cope with depression, anxiety, and cravings. In most groups, you probably have had the opportunity to practice a little bit.  Once you leave IOP, you might want a little more help. Here is a site that offers a free 7 day course on developing meditation skills. Take note of their tips on how to make meditation part of your daily routine. 
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More Recovery Apps

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Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has been providing addiction treatment for over 60 years. They have been very active in training and education, as well as publishing materials to help with recovery. Now, being able to carry around their materials is easier because they have been made into apps, both for Apple and Android. Most of them cost a bit, but one that is free is Inspirations: Daily Meditations for People in Recovery. Here's the link for the Apple page (because I...
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I was talking t someone lately about apps for managing symptoms and was told about an app called Worry Box. While searching for that app, I came across this article about the best anxiety apps of the year. Some of these are already listed on our resources page, but I thought I'd link to the article as well. If you happen to try any of these out, please let me know what you think of them.
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