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Why should I take a screening?

These screenings are a quick way to determine if you or someone you care about may need to reach out to a doctor or mental health professional for evaluation and treatment. While these screenings provide results based on answers, they are educational not a substitute for a clinical evaluation and cannot provide an actual diagnosis.

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Completing these screenings will help determine if your recent actions, thoughts or behaviors may be associated with common, treatable mental health disorders or addiction.

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These screenings cannot be pinpointed to any one individual, so your information remains confidential and anonymous. Take these screenings in an environment where you feel comfortable.

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Each screening takes an average of 3-5 minutes to complete and at the end you will be presented with next steps and resources.

How do the screenings work?

  • Select:

    Choose which screening best fits your overall problem.

  • Answer:

    When completing the screening, select the statement that best fits your actions and thoughts.

  • Understand:

    Our screenings provide comprehensive explanations about your actions or thoughts.

  • Explore:

    Access informational material, helpful resources and next step recommendations in regards to your health.

Take One of Our Screenings

Our screenings are designed to assess your drinking, substance abuse and or behavioral health patterns based on the answers you provide. With your assessment comes next step recommendations, information and statistics, and key resources - like our online, nationwide directory of treatment services - for you to seek further medical assistance.

  • Alcohol Abuse

    Nearly 88,000 people die from alcohol-related causes each year, making it the third leading preventable cause of death in the U.S. *National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

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  • Substance Abuse

    In 2010, a nationwide study of fatal crashes found that 46.5 percent of drivers tested positive for drugs. *National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

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  • Depression

    Major depression is one of the most common mental illnesses, affecting 6.7 percent (more than 16 million) of American adults each year. *Mental Health America (MHA)

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  • Bipolar Disorder

    More than 1.7 percent of American adults (nearly 3.3 million) suffer from bipolar disorder in a given year. *Mental Health America (MHA)

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  • General Anxiety Disorder

    Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental illnesses in America, where 18.1 percent of adults (more than 44 million) are affected by these illnesses each year. *Mental Health America (MHA)

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  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    PTSD affects over 3.5 percent of American adults (nearly 8.5 million) in any given year. An estimated one out of every nine women develops PTSD, making them about twice as likely as men. *Mental Health America (MHA)

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