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Increase Help-Seeking

Schools must help students recognize when they might need support through screening and education, as well as promote services and provide a variety of avenues for students to seek support. Students experiencing emotional distress should be encouraged to seek support in whatever form would be most beneficial to them.

Self-Evaluation Tools:

ULifeline Self Evaluator (opens new window)
This self-evaluation tool offers students the ability to utilize one of four available screeners for the purposes of screening for depression (PHQ-9), anxiety (GAD-7), eating disorders (SCOFF), and substance use disorders (CAGE-AID). Optionally, students may enter the name of their school, which will allow the screener to provide them information on resources that are specific to their campus.

Help Yourself. Help Others. (opens new window)
From MindWise Innovations, comes this self-assessment tool that can be used to assess the emotional health of you or a loved one. They offer a wide variety of screeners for various conditions including depression, anxiety, PTSD, bi-polar, psychosis, substance use (with specific screenings for alcohol and opioid use), gambling, and eating disorders. They also offer a well-being screener that measures life satisfaction. Resources and recommendations are provided following the completion of each screener.