Mental Health screenings
The Counseling and Prevention Resource Center (CPRC) is thankful to be able to offer free and anonymous mental health screenings through the Mental Health America (MHA) website. Nine of the screens for mental health conditions include: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), alcohol and substance use, early psychosis, work health, and depression and anxiety in Spanish, etc.
The goal of MHA, is to assist individuals in becoming aware of their mental health as a way to promote recovery and reduce the time of untreated mental health problems. MHA’s Screening to Supports (S2S) program is an interactive online space for individuals to find tools they can use after screening to better their mental health. S2S provides customized results, drawing from resources in each of four domains: information and resources (“Learn”); information about referrals to care, services, and supports (“Treatment and Help”); do-it-yourself tools (“DIY”); and online engagement with peers (“Connect”). This website includes valuable information pertaining to mental health professionals and treatments in their “Find Help” section.
Once you have completed a screen, you are welcome to print or email the results to yourself or a provider, and then review all of the helpful resources on the MHA website.
If you would like to review your results with a CPRC provider, feel free to email them to: email@example.com or print and bring them with you to an appointment. Appointments may be scheduled through the Client Portal at: www.indianhills.edu/cprcbooking
To Take a Screen, go to: MHAScreening.org
Counseling and Prevention Resource Center
Indian Hills Community College
Trustee Hall, First Floor
525 Grandview Avenue Ottumwa, Iowa 52501
Phone: (641) 683-5152 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5152