• This app contains a journal component of Stigma
  • The app's word cloud technology recognises which words you use the most when writing down your feelings allowing you to reflect on why these are your go-to emotions.
  • It also has a social network dimension, which allows users to connect with peers through messaging and share their journal too and get feedback if they would like support from others.


  • This app connects people with Schizophrenia to their peers through a social network style interface.
  • It also lets users track "challenge goals," things they'd like to accomplish or improve about themselves. 


  • A social network connecting women across fertility and motherhood.
  • The Peanut app makes it easy for mothers to meet up, share parenting advice and support each other. Find local, like-minded mothers to discuss all aspects of parenting online or face-to-face.


  • Elefriends is a supportive online community from the mental health charity Mind.
  • We all know what it's like to struggle sometimes, but now there's a safe place to listen, share and be heard.
  • Whether you're feeling good right now, or really low, it's a place to share experiences and listen to others.


  • This app provides advice and guidelines to help the user stay safe.
  • Stay connected to your network when you are in a time of crisis.
  • Each subsection has web-links, email addresses, and help numbers to call.
  • This app is also useful for users who may be worried about someone else