Mental Health resources
You are not alone
I'm High is highly sympathetic to those suffering from mental health issues. We are dedicated to creating awareness regarding these illnesses and removing the associated stigma. We hope to help remove some of the mystery surrounding mental heath, and illuminate the societal failures that allow so many to live on the verge of crisis.
I'm High will strive to provide as many resources for you as possible. The goal is to assist you in your journey, whether it is in finding a licensed professional or by simply providing a support system.
If you or somebody you care about are in a mental health crisis, please be familiar with your local psychiatric policies for voluntary/involuntary inpatient stays. In addition, know the contact numbers for any agency that provides transport to the facility.
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Mental Health Matters
your experience is valid
When we started I'm High, we made a vow to assist as many people as possible as we navigate through these difficult times. We created niche communities where people can find the support they need through the power of connection.
I'm High believes it is important to find support from others. Connecting with someone empathic and understanding can greatly impact your life. It is our hope that we will be able to unite others on the common ground of understanding, respect, and hope of improving our mental well being.
If you'd like to help us achieve this goal, join our Mental Health group.
We will welcome you into a safe space where you can share your story with others who have had similar experiences. Share your inspirational quotes, pet photos, or otherwise wholesome content. Use this space to share helpful tips or useful educational resources.
We will always have a judgement free and safe place for you to be heard and understood.
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Self-care is important to maintaining a healthy relationship with yourself. It means doing things to take care of our minds, bodies, and souls by engaging in activities that promote well-being and reduce stress. Doing so enhances our ability to live fully, vibrantly, and effectively. The practice of self-care also reminds both you and others that your needs are valid and a priority.
Mental Health Apps that actually help
Calm is a free app for Android and Apple devices with the purpose of reducing anxiety and improving sleep through meditation. It offers guided meditation sessions in various lengths of time to help users focus, relax and ultimately live healthier lives. Aside from the various meditation modules, Calm also offers sleep stories read in calming voices, sometimes by celebrities, to help users fall asleep. There is a music button for users to simply enjoy relaxing music as if they are at a spa. And there are various nature scenes with sounds to choose from.
MindShift is specially designed for young people with anxiety. True to its name, the goal of this app is to get users to shift their mindsets about anxiety and the things that make them anxious. It covers various types of anxiety such as social anxiety, phobias, panic attacks, and generalized anxiety disorder. It offers lists of coping strategies for dealing with these various forms of anxiety disorders. This free app follows strategies and verbiage of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT).
Sober Grid is a free app that helps recovering addicts create and track goals, find support from others, share progress, and the app even offers free coaching. Allowing individuals to join a safe, sober community is just what many need. Not only do users of Sober Grid get help, but they can also give help to others, which can be empowering.