DIY Tools - Application

Thank you for your interest in working with Mental Health America on our MHA Screening platform. We are excited to promote DIY tools (such as apps and worksheets) for people to use in their daily lives. Please fill out the questions about your DIY Tool below as accurately as possible using the content you want the end user to see. If you have any questions, please contact Kevin Rushton at

Note: When applicable, MHA recommends providing custom tracking URLs for all links to your website, including download links for apps.
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Please describe your DIY Tool in 50 characters or less.
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Type(s) of DIY Tool
Match your tool to the content type(s) listed below. Be sure to include all relevant types; if you have both a web platform and an app, select both.
Include whatever relevant information is needed for the user to access your DIY Tool.
Tell us more about your DIY Tool in 5-7 sentences.
Please indicate the source.
MHA requires that each person who lists a DIY tool has a direct phone or email contact for its users. Please provide either a phone number or an email--a link to a "contact us" form or a ticket system is not enough.
We want to make sure that any pricing information is clear and easy to understand for the consumer. Please provide a plain language description of your pricing as well as a link to full details. If there is no cost, please state that here.
We want to make sure that any of our visitors fully understand how you will collect their data and what you might plan to do with it. If you are required to comply with HIPAA, please state here. You should include a brief, plain language summary of your privacy policy, letting people know how their data may be stored and/or shared. You must also provide a link to your full privacy policy. If this doesn't apply to you (books, videos, printed worksheets), please enter N/A.
Please include any other information that is relevant for your DIY tool in terms of disclaimers and liability. For example, you may want to note that your product is not intended as a substitute for treatment, or that your service is a CBT-based service rather than CBT. If your DIY tool is intended for or appropriate for children, it is important to share that information as well. MHA may contact you for further information in this area.
Appropriate Conditions (This DIY tool is appropriate for:)
Would you recommend your tool to people who match the following characteristics described below? If so, check all that apply. Please note: it is important to be honest here. If a tool isn't appropriate for someone with an eating disorder (like a diet plan), don't suggest it! MHA reserves the right to finalize this list.
This DIY tool is also appropriate for:
Appropriate for the following age ranges (select all that apply):
Who can MHA contact for further questions about your application or service? Generally this should be the person completing the form.