Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.
Mental Health America National offers online, confidential, screenings to all. Click the links below to find out more and take a screen, today.
This test is for people who are feeling overwhelming sadness.
This test is for people who feel that worry and fear are affecting their day-to-day functioning.
This test is for individuals who experience mood swings – unusual or extreme shifts in mood and energy.
Take this test if you want to explore concerns to do with eating that may be having an impact on your physical health and overall wellbeing.
This test is for those who have experienced a traumatic life event and are living with ongoing distress.
Alcohol or Substance Use
This test is for people who are concerned about their use of alcohol or drugs.
This test is for people who feel like their brain is playing tricks on them – seeing or hearing things other people don’t notice, or believing things that don’t seem real or right.
This test is for new and expecting parents who began feeling overwhelming sadness during pregnancy or after their child’s birth.
Parents: Your Child’s Mental Health
This test is for parents who want to determine if their child’s emotions, attention, or behaviors might be a mental health concern.
This test is for young people (age 11-17) who are concerned that their emotions, attention, or behaviors might be signs of a problem.
Prueba de ansiedad (Anxiety – in Spanish)
La prueba de ansiedad es para las personas que sienten que la preocupación y el temor afectan su vida cotidiana. La prueba de ansiedad también está disponible en inglés.
Prueba de depresión (Depression – in Spanish)
La prueba de depresión es para los individuales que sienten una tristeza abrumadora. La prueba de depresión también está disponible en inglés.
Please note: Online screening tools are meant to be a quick snapshot of your mental health.
If your results indicate you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental illness, consider sharing your results with someone. A mental health provider (such as a doctor or a therapist) can give you a full assessment and talk to you about options for how to feel better.
If you are in need of immediate assistance, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255). Click here to find more resources.
Mental Health America Inc., sponsors, partners, and advertisers disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of these screens.
For all other screening-related questions and non-emergency support, please contact MHA National.