National Depression Screening Day-University Health Services

National Depression Screening Day® (NDSD) is a nationwide, community-based mental health-screening program. NDSD offers both in-person and online screening for four of the most common and frequently co-occurring mental disorders: depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. National Depression Screening Day® is held every October annually.

Contact: Psychological Services

Address: 1500 Eastway Drive, Kent State University, Kent OH, 44242

Phone: 330-672-2487


Eligible:  KSU students, employees, dependents and community.

Cost:  N/A

Additional Information:  A confidential online screening module is also available 24-hours per day throughout the year, and provides individuals with feedback, referrals and resources upon completion. KSU’s online screening can be found at this URL: