Code Blue Panic Button Aims To Help Teens With Depression

Code Blue Panic Button Aims To Help Teens With Depression
technology

This free mobile app offers immediate support by sending alerts to pre-selected support members.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 december 2014

Code Blue is a free mobile app designed to help young people suffering from depression or experiencing bullying through immediate support. By simply tapping the screen button, an alert is sent to pre-selected support members. The app is being developed by start-up Social Code, who help people manage their own health by providing behaviour change tools, real-time peer and professional support.

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