Seems promising but I feel like the 'reasons for living' section is unhelpful - during a suicidal episode, many of the options won't be tickable, and having an empty list will instead feel like a reason NOT TO live. The family and friends section is also quite guilt-inducing :/
I really love it, especially the lifebox. Would be great to have the ability to save bigger pictures and be able to zoom in like in your phone galary as it's hard to see sometimes. Also a place to save writing would be amazing.. just nice quotes or helpful things people say etc. :)
I think it needs an panic button. Something you can just press and it calls a helpline, or the number of an emergency contact you can set. It's a good app, just not something I think will personally help me. It's very information heavy and it seems like it'd be better for those who are worried about others, rather than the people it's aimed at, but obviously everyone is different.
This app does help a lot lately been going through tough times but then I read and look at my life box and remember. Just a great app
Valuable resource Install it but, more important, use it often. Perhaps the app needs a reminder feature.
It's a shame the crisis support only offers support for Sussex Brighton and Hove. There should be something for all area's.
We have added a permission requirement to gain read access to contacts on your device. This is solely to enable you to import contacts that can help you, see below for details.
- NEW: Import safety contacts who can help if you are having thoughts of suicide, direct from your device.
- NEW: Create your own Wellness Plan for your recovery. A place for your positive thoughts, inspirations, and ideas.
- UPDATED: A major overhaul of the design and graphics to make the app easier to use.
Prevensuic is the first application in Spanish for the suicide prevention.