Free Mental Health Screening Tools
The Addiction (DAST) Assessment will help determine if your use of alcohol or drugs is an area to address.
The Postpartum Depression (EPDS) Assessment is for new and expecting mothers who began feeling overwhelming sadness after becoming pregnant or giving birth.
The PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Assessment is for those who are bothered by a traumatic life event.
Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Assessment is for individuals to determine if they may have had an adverse childhood experience.
The Depression (PHQ-A) Assessment is for young people who are concerned that their emotions, attention, or behaviors might be signs of a problem.
The Anxiety (GAD-7) Assessment is for people who feel that worry and fear are affecting their ability to function day-to-day.
The ADHD (NICHQ Vanderbilt Parent Assessment) is for parents of children who may have trouble focusing or are hyperactive.
The Depression (PHQ-9) Assessment is for individuals who are feeling overwhelming sadness.
The Psychosis Assessment is for young people (age 12-35) who feel like their brain is playing tricks on them (seeing, hearing or believing things that don't seem real or quite right).
The Bipolar (MDQ) Assessment is for individuals who have mood swings - or unusual or extreme shifts in mood and energy.
The Suicidal Behavior (C-SSRS) Assessment is for individuals to determine if they are having suicidal thoughts.
What are the NextStep.Health Screening Tools?
After taking a screening, you will be provided with personalized resources, information, and tools to understand and improve your mental health.
Please note: Our screening tools are meant to be a quick assessment of your mental health. If your results indicate you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition, consider sharing your results with someone you trust. NextStep.Health has providers that can give you a full screening tools and talk about your options for how to feel better.
If you provide us your information and are in need of support, we will do our best to respond. However, we are not a crisis support line.
If you are in need of immediate assistance, please call the United States National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or call 911
For all other screening-related questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org