Self-assessment tools and helpful sites

Self-assessment tools

If you believe you may have a problem in one of these areas, feel free to complete the self screening questionnaires available:

Please remember information provided on this site is not a substitute for actual medical advice. This site does not provide a medical diagnosis.  

If your scores indicate you may be experiencing a problem area, please contact the counseling and behavioral health center or a qualified healthcare professional of your choice for any needed medical care and/or advice.

Concordia's counseling and behavioral health center doesn’t accept any responsibility for decisions made based upon the use of these self-assessment screenings.

Helpful related sites 

ActiveMinds.org
Active Minds, the nation's only peer-to-peer organization dedicated to raising awareness about mental health among college students

Alcoholics-Anonymous.org
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

www.APA.org
American Psychological Association

ADAA.org
Anxiety Disorders Association of America

DBSAlliance.org
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

FlashBrights.com
Flashing Your Brights, resources and information about substance abuse concerns.

NA.org
Narcotics Anonymous

ANAD.org
National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders

NAMI.org
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill

NEDA.org
National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)

DrugAbuse.gov
National Institute on Drug Abuse

Health.gov
The official U.S. government site on all health-related issues

OA.org
Overeaters Anonymous

www.PsychWWW.com
Lots of information and links

www.NIMH.NIH.gov
National Institute of Mental Health

SAMHSA.gov
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

SuicidePreventionLifeline.org
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline