National Depression Screening Day®

October 9, 2014

 

Take an anonymous depression screening at www.HelpYourselfHelpOthers.org

 

Screening for Mental Health offers National Depression Screening Day programs for the military, colleges and universities, community-based organizations and businesses.

Held annually during Mental Illness Awareness Week in October, National Depression Screening Day (NDSD) raises awareness and screens people for depression and related mood and anxiety disorders.

NDSD is the nation’s oldest voluntary, community-based screening program that provides referral information for treatment. Through the program, more than half a million people each year have been screened for depression since 1991.

Military Pathways

 

flagMilitary Pathways educates and screens military personnel and their families about the symptoms of depression, PTSD and related mood disorders.

Take a Screening >

CollegeResponse

 

BooksCollegeResponse screens students for mood and anxiety disorders and increases mental health awareness. Register to host a screening program.

Take a Screening >

 

CommunityResponse

 

CommunityReach members of the public through the CommunityResponse
screening program. Register to host an in-person or online event.

Take a Screening >

WorkplaceResponse

  Workplace

Screen employees for mood and anxiety disorders and connect them with help. Implement the program through an EAP,
HR office, or wellness program.

Take a Screening >

 

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