TotalMobile’s Local Mental Health App “MindMateNI” is now available to download for free and will help users to access services in their area.
As part of the Health Hack NI event in December, which was sponsored by Belfast City Councils drive for a super connected Belfast; software company TotalMobile™ developed the location based application that highlights where Mental Health and wellbeing services can be accessed in the surrounding area.
With 1 in 4 people in Northern Ireland suffering from mental health issues, MindMateNI is suitable for all public sector organisations and their service users; Youth Workers, PSNI, Social Workers, GPs, Ambulance Service, Charities and other groups who work with people with mental health issues.
The app will provide a resource to anyone in need, quickly showing them where they can find help and cutting out the step of visiting a GP. Belfast-based TotalMobile™ teamed up with Youth Workers who identified a need for the app at the Health Hack event, where the project was announced overall winner.
As part of TotalMobile’s Corporate Social Responsibility, MindMateNI is now available to download for free on Blackberry, iPhone and Android. Help us make the project a success by sharing this story!
The app can be accessed by searching “MindMateNI” in BlackBerry App World, Windows Phone Store, Apple App Store or Google Play or using the following links;
Pictured: Ben Rayot & TotalMobile’s Gareth Tolerton make the announcement alongside team members; Maria Dobrska, Robert Sayers, Ricky Linton (Genesis Youth Centre) & David Lorimer.