Support the health and wellbeing of your communities

Founded and led by a practising GP, we create self-help and support apps for universities, colleges, NHS organisations, local councils, and private health and social care providers. 

If you want to offer instant and discreet access to reliable health information to groups of people who are struggling and to those supporting them (such as family, friends, health professionals, teachers), you can use our free-to-download mobile apps to:

  • inform people how to stay well and look after their health better
  • offer reassuring advice and show that you care
  • enable people to self-care safely
  • help people to avoid and manage crises better, especially while waiting for an appointment
  • signpost available sources of support more effectively

Our apps work offline, which means they offer people immediate 24/7 self-help information and support within the comfort and privacy of their mobile phones - especially useful in remote areas with poor reception, or in an emergency (e.g. feeling suicidal, domestic violence).

What we offer

  • Free apps: Your communities can download our range of health information apps for free - and at no cost to you. Find out more
  • Customised pages: Add customised pages to our apps with local info and links to local support. Learn more about this offer for universities/colleges and NHS organisations/local councils.
  • Own-brand apps: Build your own health information app with us and increase your reach. Learn more

Available apps

Our currently 9 iPhone and Android apps are for organisations wanting to provide easier access to information for people who need support and whose voices aren't always heard, such as:

Our apps

Why us?

Founded in 2012, we offer:




What others say

"The involvement of experts and professionals in the development of this app [distrACT] is outstanding."

British Medical Association 'Patient Information Award' Committee


"I'm blown away; it's brilliant. Thank you for restoring my faith in human kindness with this non-judgemental app"

User feedback 'distrACT' app


"Accurate and quality app", "a pleasure to work with", "delivered to time and on budget"

Susie Smith, Primary Care Operations and Project Manager

Video review

Here's a video review of our Student Health App and distrACT by Dr Tom Micklewright on behalf of ORCHA, the Organisation for the Review of Health and Care Application (both apps have since been redesigned and updated):



Who we work with

We co-create our apps with trusted organisational partners, clients, topic experts and users, including:


ESC partners and clients