Instant Access DBT

ASK: Suicide Prevention


Participant review is at the bottom.


This app is a freely-distributable and non-proprietary suicide prevention app developed by the training program called ASK, sponsored by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
 
We urge you to take a moment and download this app from the iTunes Store or Android Marketplace, because when you or your friends are in crisis, a shortcut to the right help can make a huge difference in its outcome. To visit the mobile ASK website, direct your mobile browser to
http://www.mhatexas.org/ask/

 Learn easy steps to help prevent suicide in your community right now.


DBT Participant review:

While this is technically not a DBT app, it should be. Anyone who has had difficulties with depression or mental illness or knows others who do, then why not keep app available on your mobile device. . . just in case.

In the days when I struggled with thoughts of suicide, if I had had someone to call who was a professional and who was compassionate, I think I would have been able to save myself a greate deal of anguish.

I think itís a ďmust haveĒ for all medical professionals.

AND it works on ALL the mobile devices,
AND itís free!

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