The Calmscient App facilitates a seamless connection between
primary care providers and the individual needs of patients.

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Early detection of potential mental health issues and at-risk individuals.

Increased awareness of mental health issue, encouraging patients to seek clinical support when it is appropriate.
Efficient public health monitoring through continuous retrieval and analysis of patient's mental health well being.


Digital-enabled screening tools are embedded in the app.


  • PHQ-9
  • GAD-7
  • Alcohol/Substance screening

Tracking and monitoring

Tracking and monitoring The Calmscient app offers users a friendly tracking system to monitor their sleep, mood, medication compliance, social engagement, and alcohol and substance consumption.

The data is integrated into a platform available to providers and their staff.

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Enhanced understanding of the relationship between self-care and mental health, emphasizing the importance of self-management skills.
Improved healthcare provider performance, aiding patients in achieving optimal mental well-being.
Early detection of potential risks and mental health decline, alerting primary care physicians when it is necessary to refer patients to behavioral health specialists.
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Evidence-based mental health education and skill training

The Calmscient app offers evidence-based treatment tools for mental health conditions such as anxiety, stress, depression and alcohol control.

These proven tools include psychoeducational videos, reading content, soothing techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy exercises, and mindfulness exercises.

This comprehensive approach improves both mental health and physical well-being.

Multi-language course

Calmscient app is translated into several languages, enabling users to better understanding mental health from educational contents translated into language of their heart.

Benefits to Patients


Increased awareness enables early identification of mental health issues and promotes timely intervention.
When people are aware of the signs and symptoms of mental health conditions, they are more likely to seek help for themselves or others, leading to early treatment and support.
Early intervention can prevent the worsening of symptoms and improve outcomes.


Mental health awareness equips patients with an understanding of common mental health challenges and gives them effective coping strategies.

By promoting resilience and coping skills, patients better manage their chronic pains, illness and stress-related health concerns.