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Mental Health Apps 

  • Best Overall: Moodfit
  • Best for Learning Coping Skills: MoodMission
  • Best for Therapy: Talkspace
  • Best for Stress Relief: Sanvello
  • Best for Meditation: Calm
  • Best Fun App: Happify
  • Best for Depression: Depression CBT Self-Help Guide
  • Best for Bipolar Disorder: eMoods
  • Best for Symptom Tracking: Bearable
  • Best for ADHD: Todoist
  • Best for PTSD: PTSD Coach


Mental Health Podcasts of 2021

  • Best Overall: The Positive Psychology Podcast
  • Best for Anxiety: The Anxiety Podcast
  • Best for Time Constraints: Meditation Minis
  • Best for Humor: The Hilarious World of Depression
  • Best for Emotional Trauma: The Trauma Therapist Podcast
  • Best for Complex Topics: Tara Brach


After July 16, 2022, anyone in mental health distress can call or text 988 or use the chat function via to connect with a counselor through what will be known as the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. Wisconsinites who use 988 will connect with Wisconsin Lifeline, an in-state call center where trained counselors answer calls, chats, and texts.

You may have questions about this new and easy way to access mental health supports.

Although 988 is not yet being publicly promoted, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services is encouraging all people involved in providing mental health resources to learn about 988 on the DHS website.  This webpage will be updated frequently with information regarding implementation of 988 in Wisconsin.


mental health checklist

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Mental Health Check-In

  • Give a time for yourself
  • Small steps are big steps
  • You have survived all of your chaotic days
  • You are really amazing
  • You are not your anxious thoughts