There are many resources online that provide free and confidential screenings for mental health issues. Below you will find links for a few of the available resources. These online screening tools are not a substitute for consultation with a health professional. Regardless of the results of a screen, if you have any concerns, see your doctor, counselor or other mental health professional.
Mental Health America offers a free, confidential screening for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and PTSD at www.depression-screening.org.
The Depression and BiPolar Support Alliance provides free, confidential screenings for depression, anxiety, mania and childhood mania through their online screening center.
The National Eating Disorders Association provides a free, confidential screening for eating disorders at www.mentalhealthscreening.org/screening/NEDA.
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers free, confidential screenings for alcohol use, substance abuse, depression and PTSD online through their mental health information page. You do not have to be a veteran to access the online screenings.