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By Emory University

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*ReliefLink is an innovative free app developed specifically for suicide prevention and more generally for improving your mental health that brings confidential and supportive help right to the palm of your hand!

ReliefLink enables you to create a personalized profile that includes pertinent information such as your mental health professional’s contact info, insurance coverage, and current medications. Track your mood and thoughts daily, create a safety plan, make a list of reminders (e.g. appointments, take medication, etc.) and check out the unique coping methods such as voice-recorded mindfulness and relaxation exercises or simply enjoy relaxing music!

Need to find mental health help near you, especially in a crisis? Use the Map Locator to find the closest hospitals or other mental health treatment facilities. You can also find help through the therapist and support group links.
**Use the Emergency button to view options such as Call 911, Helpline, Counselor, and more.

And for encouraging messages or up-to-date mental health news from the ReliefLink Team, follow us on Twitter @relieflink!

The ReliefLink App was developed for the purpose of entry into the SAMHSA Suicide Prevention: Continuity of Care and Follow-Up Mobile App Challenge in August 2013. The app won 1st place in the contest in September 2013 and was presented at the White House.

*This is app is a supplemental tool to help the user manage his/her daily mental health, monitor suicidal feelings and thoughts, and offer options for seeking help. It should not be used in place of professional mental health or medical help.

**The ReliefLink team urges anyone having a medical emergency to call 911 immediately.

What's New in Version 1.2.1

Bug fixes

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Customer Reviews

Really what I needed

Well to start off, I'm really surprised that I'm the only person that will have reviewed this app. However, I'm really looking forward to an update because there are so many ways it can be improved!!

1. The Twitter doesn't seem to be updated quite often. Also the interface can be a bit glitchy (keyboard not going away, etc.)

2. I love the help near you option! I also wish there could be a more advanced logging tool for moods as opposed to just my high and low moods and suicidal thoughts.

3. The option to choose a profile picture from my camera roll would also be nice.

I'm really looking forward to seeing how this app develops because it's helped me a lot so far.

I like it but it's glitchy

I was honestly hoping this would work out, and I was looking forward to having an app that will help. However, the concept of the app is fantastic, but it's so glitchy it's ineffective.

Great pocket app

Good app for having a safety plan in place. I think the design could be a bit better but overall purposeful and had a lot of opportunity to grow.

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  • Free
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.2.1
  • Size: 54.6 MB
  • Language: English
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Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information

Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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