Minvej 2.0

An app supporting the recovery of people with mental illness and mental vulnerabilities

Help to Self help 

 

A growing number of people are experiencing mental difficulties ranging from short to longer periods of life. This makes new demands on treatment options as well as the preventive and rehabilitating efforts. There is a need for personalized and meaningful help that can streamline and enhance those efforts.

”The app helps our younger users to become aware of even their small victories and what activities are supportive of their well-being on an everyday basis.”

 
Therapist and Minvej-coordinator, Copenhagen Municipality

Efficiency and meaningfulness

 

With Minvej 2.0 efficiency and meaningfulness go hand in hand. The inviting design and user-friendly functionalities make it an inspirational mobile welfare tool that enhances the existing professional efforts. And since the app is created in collaboration with the target group there is greater user satisfaction with 2.0.

Efficiency and meaningfulness

 

With Minvej 2.0 efficiency and meaningfulness go hand in hand. The inviting design and user-friendly functionalities make it an inspirational mobile welfare tool that enhances the existing professional efforts. And since the app is created in collaboration with the target group there is greater user satisfaction with 2.0.

Without Minvej I wouldn´t have been able to get better this fast and to start studying just one year after a suicide attempt and many years of suffering.”

 
Minvej user Copenhagen Municipality

Minvej E-learning Program

 

Find videos on why and how to use the app Minvej E-learning Program

”I learned to see the patterns in my life. To listen to the urge to self-harm and instead use it as a signal to slow down and get some rest.”

 
Minvej user Copenhagen Municipality

The Minvej program featured in healthcare technology textbook

 

Our Implementation advisor Nicole Fronc Dumanski is a co-author to the textbook ”Sundhedsteknologi i praksis” aimed for health care professionals.

In the chapter ”Patientuddannelse i et teknologisk perspektiv – recovery med en app som omdrejningspunkt”, Nicole explains how BridgeIT’s mobile health app “Minvej” can be used to support recovery for people with mental illness and addresses the importance of engaging peer to peer support in the implementation of the program.

The textbook is published by FADL´s Forlag and released the 21st of January 2019.

The Minvej program featured in healthcare technology textbook

 

Our Implementation advisor Nicole Fronc Dumanski is a co-author to the textbook ”Sundhedsteknologi i praksis” aimed for health care professionals.

In the chapter ”Patientuddannelse i et teknologisk perspektiv – recovery med en app som omdrejningspunkt”, Nicole explains how BridgeIT’s mobile health app “Minvej” can be used to support recovery for people with mental illness and addresses the importance of engaging peer to peer support in the implementation of the program.

The textbook is published by FADL´s Forlag and released the 21st of January 2019.