National Depression Screening Day®

National Depression Screening Day (NDSD) is October 9, 2014

National Depression Screening Day raises awareness and screens people for depression and anxiety disorders. NDSD is the nation’s oldest voluntary, community-based screening program that gives access to a validated screening questionnaire and provides referral information for treatment. More than half a million people each year have been screened for depression since 1991.

Participate in National Depression Screening Day:

 

National Depression Screening Day In-Person Kit

  • The National Depression Screening Day Kit includes screening forms, educational handouts, publicity materials and clinician guides.
  • Access to the Downloadable Resource Center.
  • View our National Depression Screening Day brochure for more information.

 

Mood and Anxiety Disorder Online Screening

  • The Mood and Anxiety Disorder Online Screening Program includes screenings for depression, PTSD, generalized anxiety disorder and bipolar disorder
  • Access to the Downloadable Resource Center is included with the Mood and Anxiety Disorder Online Screening Program.
  • Take a sample screening or view the features of customized online screening.
  • View our Mood and Anxiety Disorder Online Screening page for more information.

 

Questions? Call 781-239-0071 to learn more.

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Click here or call our office at 781-239-0071 to register or learn more about these programs.

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