Online Self-Screening Tools
The Student Personal Counseling Center, SPCC welcomes all students to the online screening for depression, anxiety, alcohol, marijuana, and eating disorders. This free screening is made available to all students and is taken anonymously. The screening is provided so that you may find out-in just a few minutes-whether or not professional consultation might be helpful to you.
|ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention.|
|Student Stress Anxiety Guide Feelings of stress and anxiety are a part of life. Some levels of stress can actually be good for us, as the right kind of stress encourages us toward change and growth. However, when stress and anxiety exist for an extended period of time, they can become a burden or even a health risk. This guidebook will help you recognize and understand feelings of stress and anxiety and learn how to manage them so that they don't become overwhelming.
|Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO is a brief self-assessment that will provide you with accurate and detailed information about your alcohol use: Your personal risk patterns: Your individual level of alcohol tolerance, Your unique family risk factors, Harm reduction strategies, Helpful resources
|Alcoholscreening.org helps people assess their drinking patterns to see if alcohol is likely to be harming their health.|
|DrugScreening.org is a self-screening tool to help adults assess their own drug and alcohol use, and find out their likely risk level for experiencing harms to their health or other negative consequences.|
Alcoholscreening helps people assess their drinking patterns to see if alcohol is likely to be harming their health.
Drugscreening is a self-screening tool to help adults assess their own drug and alcohol use, and find out their likely risk level for experiencing harms to their health or other negative consequences.