57.9% don’t feel safe because of their gender/sexual identity
18.5% of Americans are mentally ill
Nearly 1 in 5 Americans have a disability
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AnxietyHelper is a mental health toolkit for anyone, allowing you to get info on certain mental illnesses, find resources, and use tools to cope with day to day life. Use the app to learn about your own mental health, or to gain insight about the depths of mental illness. Learn about treatments, coping methods, and signs of mental illness. Let the tools help you cope with mental illnesses. Use panic attack guidance to have the app discreetly guide you through a panic attack. AnxietyHelper is designed for you in mind. Help is just a tap away.
Verena is a security system for members of the LGBTQ+ community, giving them tools and resources to protect them before, during, and after bullying, hate crimes, and abuse. The app uses encryption and SMS messaging to anonymously alert your contacts when you’re in danger, and saves information about past incidents, encrypted and on device, rendering hackers useless. The app is designed ground up for those in abusive environments, and can hide and erase itself with a special keyword.
Whizard is a suite of educational tools that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to make educational tools open and accessible to people regardless of class. The user takes their phone and scans their handwritten notes, which Whizard takes and converts to a practice test, study guide, and a copy of their notes. These study sets can be shared among students, and uses real time statistics to help students improve their studying and educational habits.