Welcome to the Screening Program

The Central Michigan University Counseling Center welcomes you to online screening for depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, at risk alcohol use and eating disorders. The Screenings for Mental Health programs are educational initiatives. The results of these screenings are for informational purposes only, consequently diagnosis and treatment recommendations are not provided. This anonymous and ongoing free screening is being made available to all CMU students for the second consecutive year. The screening is provided so that you may anonymously and privately find out in a few minutes if you may have a problem and whether or not professional consultation may be helpful to you. If after completing the screening your results indicate a problem may be present, we recommend that you discuss your results with a trained mental health or medical professional of your choosing. If you are considering suicide or harming someone else, we recommend that you get help right now. Phone numbers of professionals who can help are included below.

Campus and Community Referral Information Campus and community referral information is available in the local phone book, on the Counseling Center website:, and at the Counseling Center located at 102 Foust Hall.

The Listening Ear Crisis and Referral Line may be contacted 24 hours a day at 989.772.2918 and the McLaren Central Michigan Hospital Emergency Room (1221 South Drive) is open 24 hours a day and may be reached at 989.772.6700.

Community Mental Health of Central Michigan may be contacted 24 hours a day at 989.772.5938. Women's Aid Service, for concerns of dating/domestic violence and sexual assault, may be contacted 24 hours a day at 989.772.9168.

CMU's Sexual Assault Services (SAPA) is also available 24 hours a day during the academic school year at 989.774.2255. CMU Counselors are available during evenings and weekends fall and spring semesters for crisis intervention and consultation and may be contacted through Residence Life staff or CMU Police at 911 on campus or at 989.774.3081. Dial 911 in an emergency situation on or off campus.

To schedule a confidential follow up meeting with a counselor at the CMU Counseling Center, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., call 989.774.3381. For those individuals residing on campus, referral and/or consultation assistance is available from various Residence Life staff including Counselors in Residence (989.774.3947, 989.774.6601, 989.774.3089, 989.774.1879), Residence Hall directors, RAs and MAs, and apartment supervisors. Some Residence Life staff are available 24 hours a day. Other mental health professionals are available through the Psychology Department’s Psychological Training and Consultation Center at 989.774.3147 and the Counselor Education Department’s Human Development Clinic at 989.774.3532. Medical providers are available on campus 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the University Health Services by calling 989.774.6599 (

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Step 1: Welcome
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Step 3: Demographics
Step 4: Screening
Step 5: Results & Recommendations