Online Mood & Anxiety Screening

What is the Online Mood & Anxiety Screening Program?

Screening for Mental Health’s innovative online screening program allows community organizations to offer unlimited, year-round, anonymous online screenings for mood and anxiety disorders.

The Online Mood & Anxiety Screening Program screens participants for common mental health disorders including:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Depression
  • Brief Screen for Adolescent Depression


What are the main features of the online screening program?

  • Anonymous, online screenings.
  • Utilization reports: Organizations who participate in the online screening can run utilization reports at any time to see how many people are taking the online screening. 
  • Demographic Information: Utilization reports include detailed demographic information and data about how participants are scoring (while ensuring anonymity).
  • Downloadable Resource Center: All participating organizations receive access to the Downloadable Resource Center, allowing them to download and print educational handouts, clinician guides, promotional templates and posters.
  • Promotional Support: SMH’s marketing staff is at your service to provide advice and templates to help you promote your online screening.  All participants also receive the Online Screening Promotional Guide. 


Can I take a sample screening?

Yes, take a sample screening here.


Where can I learn more?

You can view the features of the online screening program here.


I want to participate, how do I get started?

Register Online

Call 781-239-0071 to learn more or to register.

Please Note: The CommunityResponse® program is for organizations who wish to screen the general public.  If you are an EAP or would like to provide this program for your employees, please visit the WorkplaceResponse® page.

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Register Online

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

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