Take a Mental Health Test

Screening Tools

Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common, and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Our online screenings are always free and anonymous.

Addiction Test

Has your drinking or drug use affected your daily life and your ability to complete normal everyday tasks?

Anxiety Test

Are you concerned your anxiety is affecting your day-to-day life?

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Bipolar Test

Have you experienced mood swings that are affecting your daily life and your ability to complete everyday tasks?

Depression Test

Are you sad much of the time? Do you ever feel hopeless?

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Have you experienced trauma in your life and have been unable to stop thinking about it, even though you’ve tried?

Psychosis & Schizophrenia Test

Do you sometimes feel like your brain is playing tricks on you? Are you seeing or hearing things that don’t seem real or quite right?

Parent Test: Your Child's Mental Health

Are you concerned about your child’s behaviors, emotions, or moods? Is your child between the age of 11 and 17?

Youth Mental Health Test

Are you between the ages of 11 and 17? Are you, your parents, or your teachers concerned about your behaviors, emotions, or moods?


The ASRS v1.1 has been validated for adults as well as adolescents ages 13 and up.

Eating Disorder Test

Do you worry about your weight and body shape more than other people your age?

Postpartum Depression Test (New & Expecting Parents)

This is a test for depression in new and expecting parents.

Self-Injury Survey

MHA National wrote these questions to learn more about people's experiences with self-injury.

If You or Someone You Know is in CRISIS or Struggling, please seek HELP Immediately.
Here are some options for immediate support:

  • Call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org
  • Text MHA to 741741 to connect with a trained Crisis Counselor from Crisis Text Line.
  • Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

If you are in need of support, but not in crisis, consider reaching out to a warmline. Warmlines offer a place to call when you just need to talk to someone. Speaking to someone on these calls is typically free, confidential, and run by people who understand what it’s like to struggle with mental health problems.

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