Free or low-cost mindfulness apps to help establish a sustainable mindfulness practice.

  • Smiling Mind

We have been overwhelmed by the success of the program since its launch in 2012, with more and more people using the Smiling Mind programs in their homes, schools and more recently, workplaces.

Smiling Mind is now considered to be one of the world’s leaders in the pre-emptive mental health space and Australia’s go-to expert for youth-based mindfulness programs. We pride ourselves on pioneering innovative ways to support good mental health and wellbeing across all our programs.

  • InsightTimer

  • The Breathing App

  • Be Safe

mindyourmind exists in the space where mental health, wellness, engagement, and technology meet. They work with young people aged 14 to 29 to co-create interactive tools and innovative resources to build capacity and resilience.

They do this through their Design Lab model, in which young people work directly with facilitators, content experts, and designers to brainstorm, design, and develop their projects. Their goals are to promote wellness, reduce the stigma around mental health, and increase access to community support, both professional and peer-based.

  • Woebot

  • MindShift CBT

Established in 1999, Anxiety Canada is a registered charity and non-profit organization created to raise awareness about anxiety and support access to proven resources and treatment. We are a leader in developing free, online self-help, and evidence-based tools to help manage anxiety.

  • Moodpath

  • Youper

Mental health issues have a devastating impact on individuals and families, and the majority of people struggle to find high-quality, affordable treatment. They are a team of doctors, therapists, engineers, and mission-driven professionals who dedicate our lives to making mental health care accessible for everyone, one person at a time.