Digital tools to help with mental health

Digital applications and tools designed to help with mental health are means that are easily and quickly accessible to the general public. They provide support for coping with their personal challenges. These tools add to the diversity of the care and services currently available to help as many people in Québec as possible, especially those who are reluctant to ask for help.

The digital applications and tools presented here have been shown to be effective in improving the well-being and mental health of those who use them. They are available free of charge.

Getting Better My Way This hyperlink will open in a new window.
Laboratoire Vitalité (Université du Québec à Montréal)
This online tool helps people experiencing challenges linked to anxiety, depression or bipolar disorder to find ways to get better and to take care of their health.

BounceBack ®This hyperlink will open in a new window.
Association canadienne pour la santé mentale
This self-help program helps adults and youth aged 14 years and older to manage low mood, mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry.

iSMART This hyperlink will open in a new window.
Centre Axel
This mobile app helps adults and youth identify the situations that could cause chronic stress. It also helps them effectively manage their stress based on the latest knowledge acquired in the science of stress.

+ FORT: STRONGER THAN BULLYING This hyperlink will open in a new window.
Centre Axel
This mobile application provides support to youth who’ve been affected by bullying, giving them information and strategies to deal with the situation.

Last update: November 23, 2022


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