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Beth Schwinn, DCoE Public Affairs
on October 31, 2014
A free smartphone app that helps people in crisis remember good things in their lives has been downloaded 13,000 times in the past six months, according to data from app stores.
That’s good news for experts at the National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2), which developed the Virtual Hope Box app to help users manage stress. The user-friendly app contains sections for relaxation, games for distraction and inspiring quotes. Users can upload photographs, music and messages to themselves about coping with particular challenges.
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