Screening for Mental Health, Inc. (SMH) is dedicated to promoting the improvement of mental health by providing the public with education, screening,
and treatment resources.
SMH pioneered the concept of large-scale mental health screening and education programs in 1991, with its flagship program, National Depression
Screening Day (NDSD). SMH programs—provided both in-person and online—educate, raise awareness, and screen individuals for depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, alcohol use disorders, and suicide.
Screening for Mental Health programs:
National Depression Screening Day®
DORA College Program (Depression OutReach Alliance)
SOS Signs of Suicide® (Middle School and High School)
Signs of Self-Injury (High School)
Military Pathways® (for Military installations and VAs)
Thousands of organizations worldwide including hospitals, mental health centers, social service agencies, government agencies, military installations,
older adult facilities, primary care clinics, colleges, secondary schools, corporations, and HMO's utilize SMH’s educational and screening programs, and
in turn, have reached millions of people ranging from teenagers to older adults.