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Self Assessment

Many people, especially busy college students, supplement their understanding of mental health issues by conducting on-line research and/or reading self-help books. While these resources are not a substitute for professional mental health care, they may offer valuable information and perspective. Therefore, we suggest the following resources:

Mental Health Screening
This is a quick and anonymous screening for Depression, Generalized Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Eating Disorders, and Post-traumatic stress. If you suspect you are experiencing mental health concerns but would like to conduct a free screening before seeking professional assistance, you may do so by going to these on-line screenings.

e-TOKE
The electronic THC Online Knowledge Experience (e-TOKE) is a marijuana-specific brief assessment and feedback tool designed to assess marijuana use among college students. The assessment takes about 10-15 minutes to complete, is self-guided, and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator.

U-Lifeline
provides a free suicide assessment and valuable information about depression and suicide prevention. However, if you are depressed, in despair, or experiencing thoughts of harming yourself, please consider talking with a CPS counselor. If that is not possible, please tell someone else you trust.Coming soon. . .