Take a mental health test

Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Unsure which screen to take?

  • The Depression Test is for individuals who are feeling overwhelming sadness. The depression test is also available in Spanish.
  • The Anxiety Test is for people who feel that worry and fear are affecting their ability to function day-to-day. The anxiety test is also available in Spanish.
  • The Psychosis Test is for young people (age 12-35) who feel like their brain is playing tricks on them (seeing, hearing or believing things that don't seem real or quite right).
  • The Bipolar Test is for individuals who have mood swings - or unusual or extreme shifts in mood and energy.
  • The Eating Disorder Test can help explore eating related concerns that have an impact on your physical health and overall well-being.
  • The PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Test is for those who are bothered by a traumatic life event.
  • The Parent Test is for parents of young people to determine if their child’s emotions, attention, or behaviors might be signs of a problem.
  • The Youth Test is for young people (age 11-17) who are concerned that their emotions, attention, or behaviors might be signs of a problem.
  • The Addiction Test (Alcohol and substance use test) will help determine if your use of alcohol or drugs is an area to address.
  • The Work Health Survey is not a mental health screening, but a survey meant to help us identify strategies to help companies do better. The survey is updated annually. You can find information about the results of last year's survey here.
  • The Caregiver Survey is not a mental health screening, but a survey meant to help us understand and address the needs of people who provide care for others living with mental illness.
  • Better Care for Adults is not a mental health screening, but a survey meant to help us understand and address the needs of adults ages 35 and older who deal with physical and mental health issues.
  • The Healthcare Worker Survey is not a mental health screening, but a survey meant to help us understand and address the needs of healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Following screening, you will be provided with information, resources and tools to help you understand and improve your mental health.


Please note: Online screening tools are meant to be a quick snapshot of your mental health. If your results indicate you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental illness, consider sharing your results with someone. A mental health provider (such as a doctor or a therapist) can give you a full assessment and talk to you about options for how to feel better.

If you provide us your information and are in need of support, we will do our best to respond. However, we are not a crisis support line. If you are in need of immediate assistance, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK, or text "MHA" to 741-741 to talk to a trained counselor from the Crisis Text Line. Warmlines are also an excellent place for support.

For all other screening-related questions and non-emergency support, please contact screening@mhanational.org.

Mental Health America Inc., sponsors, partners, and advertisers disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of these screens.


MHA Screening is made possible through the generous contributions of individuals and organizations that share our vision of a mentally healthy America. This portion of our campaign is supported, in part, through philanthropic contributions from The Allergan Foundation, Alkermes, Janssen, Neurocrine Biosciences, Takeda Lundbeck Alliance, Teva, and The Faas Foundation.