SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – The Sharpen Family app, which was developed in the Upstate, will be offering free resources for families during the coronavirus pandemic.
The United Way of Piedmont and more than 15 child development groups are teaming up with the Sharpen Family App to help families as they prepare school and the upcoming fall and winter seasons.
The mobile app offers resources to helps families to cope with anxiety, depression and other mental health challenges. Developers said the app can also be effective for helping foster parents and young children.
The app features guidance and self help in a discrete environment.
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