Mental Health Screenings

Are you or someone you know experiencing anxiety or depression? Are you concerned about your alcohol or other substance use, or a friend’s use? Is a traumatic event impacting your life?

Kent State University provides free and anonymous online screenings for several common mental health and substance use issues. Screenings provide you the opportunity to learn more about and better understand your moods and behaviors, and, if necessary, direct you to information that explains what you can do to help yourself or others.

Completing a screening does not obligate you to access services, and no one will contact you to discuss your screening results. Information you provide cannot be linked to you.

Screenings are free, anonymous and available to all Kent State University students, faculty and staff.


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If you or a friend are experiencing an emergency, you should call 911 immediately.

For non-emergency questions or help, contact KSU Counseling & Psychological Services at the DeWeese Health Center 330-672-2487.