DBSA Wellness Tracker
Wellness involves your whole health—emotional and mental, as well as physical. The DBSA Wellness Tracker is a free, innovative, and user-friendly online tool that allows you to keep track of your emotional, mental, and physical health.
Track Key Health Trends
With the DBSA Wellness Tracker’s monthly reporting feature, you get an at-a-glance summary of your health trends. This valuable information can help you better recognize potential health problems and mood triggers in your daily life. It can also help you better partner with your clinician on treatment plans that address your overall health and well-being.
Stay on track with DBSA Wellness Tracker. It's easy, takes only a few minutes a day, and, like the other tools in the Facing Us Clubhouse, it's free.
Start Tracking with Two Simple Steps
Download the DBSA Wellness Tracker App!
NOTE: If you already have a DBSA Wellness Tracker account, you can sign in and start tracking. If you do not have an account, you can create a new one from the app's initial screen or by going to https://www.facingus.org/account/signup.
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