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Self-Management and Screening Tools

Self-Management Tools:


Screening Tools: Available on My HealtheVet

  • Depression Screening (PHQ-9): If you are wondering if you have symptoms of depression, you can take this brief, confidential and anonymous screen. Only you will see the results and none of the results will be stored or sent anywhere.

  • Post-traumtic Stress Disorder Screening (PCL): A person who went through trauma can take a screen to see if he or she could have PTSD. A screen is a short list of questions just to see if a person needs to be assessed further. A positive screen does not mean a person has PTSD. It just means that this person should be assessed further by a mental health provider.

  • Alcohol Use Screening (AUDIT-C): If you are wondering if you have symptoms of alcohol/drug abuse or dependence, you can take this brief, confidential and anonymous screen. Only you will see the results and none of the results will be stored or sent anywhere.

  • Substance Abuse Screening (ASSIST): This brief screen is about alcohol, tobacco products and other drugs. It will ask you about your experience of using these substances across your lifetime and in the past three months.