What could happen if something goes wrong?
First reviewed April 20, 2022. Review updated, April 25, 2023
Last year we found PTSD Coach to be a privacy-respecting mental health app and put it on our Best Of list. Nothing has changed since our 2022 review. PTSD Coach is still great.
Read our 2022 review:
What's the worst that could happen? Well, hopefully nothing at all. If you want to make sure no one knows you are using this app, it's always good to passcode protect your phone and not use the app around anyone you wouldn't want to see you using it. Overall, this is one of the best privacy protecting apps we reviewed and that is a very good thing for an app targeted at service members who need help managing PTSD. First reviewed April 20, 2022. Review updated, April 25, 2023.
Tips to protect yourself
- If you would like to turn off sending this anonymous usage information, go to the Settings menu, look for "Anonymous Usage Data," and flip the switch to the "off" setting.
What can be used to sign up?
What data does the company collect?
No personal data collected
How does the company use this data?
How can you control your data?
What is the company’s known track record of protecting users’ data?
No known privacy or security incidents discovered in the last 3 years.
Child Privacy Information
Can this product be used offline?
User-friendly privacy information?
Links to privacy information
Does this product meet our Minimum Security Standards?
Anyone who finds a bug can report it to https://bugcrowd.com/va-vdp
It's a little hard to find, but it is there on the National Center for PTSD page run by the US Department of Veterans Affairs
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