MyStrength App Now Available With COVID-19 Resources For Members

myStrength app now available with COVID-19 resources for members

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide innovative ways to deliver you care, Kaiser Permanente is now offering members access to more self-care tools as a complement to your clinical care.

In addition to the suite of self-care tools already available on kp.org —including an expanded library of articles, audio, and video activities—you now also have access to the myStrength app.

What is the myStrength app?

The myStrength app brings a personalized experience that provides inspiration, cultivates resilience, and strengthens skills to build strong mental health. By providing a personalized program that includes interactive activities, in-the-moment coping tools, inspirational resources, and community support, you can track preferences and goals, current emotional states, and ongoing life events to improve your awareness and change behaviors.

The myStrength app now includes COVID-19 information:

  • Staying Connected While Social Distancing
  • Parenting in Challenging Times
  • Finding Your Inner Calm in Turbulent Times
  • Keeping Your Relationship Strong During COVID-19

We encourage everyone to take care of their mental health and tools like these can help.

A self-care routine can help you reach your total health goals. Many people find that practicing self-care helps them build resilience, develop coping skills, and feel mentally and emotionally strong. That’s why we are offering a range of tools – including the myStrength app – so you can find one that works for you.

All the self-care resources, including the myStrength app, are available at no additional cost and without a referral.

Ready to enroll? You can simply go to kp.org/selfcareapps and click “Get Started” to register and use myStrength on your desktop, tablet or smartphone.

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