We are pleased to offer free, online, and anonymous mental health screening tools. You can get a preliminary evaluation in the privacy of your own home to see whether you may be at risk for certain conditions. The online screenings are informational, not diagnostic, and treatment recommendations are not provided. Click on the options below to begin taking any of the following assessments:
Disclaimer: By clicking the links, you acknowledge that this form is not a diagnostic instrument and is only to be used within the context of your medical treatment and by you if you are greater than 18 years old. Share your checklist responses and assessment with your physician or therapist. The maker and provider of this form, and all sponsoring partners disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of any of this material.
It is important for people to screen themselves or loved ones for depression, just like they would for heart disease, diabetes or cancer.
Depression affects each person differently, so symptoms can vary. Examples include lack of interest in everyday life, irritability and changes in appetite. For some people, depression symptoms are so severe that it's obvious something is wrong. Others feel generally unhappy without knowing why.
Why Screen for Depression?