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Welcome to the National Center for PTSD: News relevant to the issues of trauma and PTSD

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The National Center for PTSD offers valuable resources, including mobile apps that you can use alongside your PTSD treatment.

These apps include self-help resources, treatment companions to use with a healthcare provider, and related health apps that address issues from insomnia to quitting tobacco. A few of our most popular apps include:

PTSD coach app

PTSD Coach: Learn about and manage symptoms that often occur after trauma.

mindfulness coach app

Mindfulness Coach: Practice mindfulness, a form of meditation that reduces stress and helps you cope with unpleasant thoughts and emotions by grounding you in the present.

vetchange app

VetChange: Build skills to reduce problem drinking, a common negative coping mechanism used to deal with stress, trouble sleeping, PTSD, and other challenges.

Beyond MST app

Beyond MST: Connect with information and resources for survivors of military sexual trauma—a challenge that can impact service members of any gender or  and background.

Anger management app

AIMS for Anger Management: Get help managing anger and irritability with a personalized anger control plan, tools for tracking symptoms, and more.


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Our apps are not a substitute for working with a healthcare provider. You should connect with a provider and talk to them about apps that interest you as part of a comprehensive treatment plan.

If you’re in crisis or concerned about someone who is, there are caring, qualified responders standing by to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, anonymous, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care.

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The Staff of VA’s National Center for PTSD