MHA Screening Program

Online Mental Health & Substance Use Self-Screening Program for Adults 18+.

NOW AVAILABLE at 1-Min Video

About the Program

  • Take the first step. Online self-screening, anytime, anywhere. 
  • Screening is important for early identification and connection to supports and services.
  • Available at: or
  • Click here for a full Program Description. 

 How It Works:

  • Select a screening tool.
  • Answer questions, it's fast & anonymous. 
  • Receive immediate feedback.
  • Explore local services & supports.

Self-screenings available for adults 18+

  • Well-being
  • Wide Range
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Alcohol Use
  • Substance Use
  • Opioid Use
  • Gambling
  • Posttraumatic Stress
  • Disordered eating 
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Psychosis (for individuals and for loved ones)
  • Adolescent Depression (for parents)

These tools are NOT diagnostic tools and are not a substitute for clinical evaluation. Only a trained professional can diagnose a disorder.


Program Information Sheet 1-Min Video 30 Sec Video
Screening Awareness Events - Facilitator Planning Guide
Screening Awareness Events - Sample Poster 
Screening Tools - Poster
Power Point Presentation - Program Overview 
Screening Awareness Event Registration - Facilitators use this form to register an upcoming event and request resources. 
Participant Feedback Form - A short survey for participants to provide feedback after completing a screening tool. 
Facilitator Feedback Form - Facilitators use this form to provide feedback on program resources, strengths, and challenges. 
Event Tracking Form - Facilitators use this form to track the number of participants and on-site screenings completed for each awareness event offered.
How to Connect to WiFi

You are not alone. We're here to help. Find local supports & services or check out the Service Directory for a detailed listing of services and supports.  

Service Directory - Western

Service Directory - Labrador-Grenfell

Service Directory - Central

Service Directory - Eastern

For more information or to request additional resources, contact: