From Racine County Eye:
By Heather Asiyanbi in Community · May 25, 2015
"Individuals suffering from mental illness and their family members
now have an app to find support through an online social media community
from the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
(Anonymous, Inspiring, Relatable) is available through both the Apple
and Android app stores, and it’s designed for both those living with
mental illness and the loved ones of those individuals.
is intended to provide another way for people to find and give support,
to connect with others through smart phone and computer tablet,' the
NAMI website reads.
"After downloading the app, users choose with which group they’d like to
communicate, but they can toggle between the two. Stories applicable to
the chosen group – individual or family member – will appear in the AIR
news feed, and users can offer support through likes, hugs, and 'me,
too' messages, among other interactions."
Read more: http://racinecountyeye.com/new-mental-health-app-helps-individuals-family-find-support/
I gotta get that tablet working.
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