Mental Health Screenings

Like screenings for physical illnesses, screenings for mental and emotional health are important for overall wellness. 

Online Screenings

Stress, sadness, mood swings, and anxiety can be part of the normal ups and downs of life. We all experience problems in daily living from time to time. But when these problems become severe or long-lasting, or start to interfere with daily life, they may be symptoms of a more serious mental health problem.

Here's a quick and simple way to check your symptoms and find out if it might be time to seek professional help.

You can take a confidential and anonymous online screening for any of the following mental health conditions:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Alcohol misuse
  • Eating disorders
  • Generalized anxiety
  • Post-traumatic stress

At the end of each screening, you will receive an immediate result that can be printed and taken to a clinician for further evaluation.

These confidential screenings are developed by MindWise Innovations, a non-profit agency, and are hosted on their website. All information you enter is secure, confidential, and completely anonymous. No identifying information is collected. No one but you will see your individual results.

Free online mental health screenings are available at any time to university faculty, staff, and students:


Confidential short-term counseling is always available to university faculty, staff, and students at no charge:

  • Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campus employees contact U-M FASCCO at (734) 936-8660, email [email protected] or visit the FASCCO website.
  • Michigan Medicine employees, contact the Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience at (734) 763-5409, email [email protected], or visit their website.
  • Out-of-state faculty and staff, contact (844) 206-1126 (TTY: 800-697-0353), or to register online - use ID: "umich" when prompted.
  • Students, contact CAPS at (734) 764-8312 or visit the CAPS website.

All U-M health plans cover mental and behavioral health services like counseling, therapy, and substance abuse treatment. If you need help finding a provider, your doctor and your health plan can be great resources to help you get started. Learn more about health plans.

For the general public, the U-M Psychological Clinic offers outpatient mental health services for adults and couples 18 and over. It is a fee-for-service clinic that accepts some insurance plans. University affiliation is not required. Call 734-764-3471 or visit the U-M Psychological Clinic website for more information.


The Eisenberg Family Depression Center has a toolkit for anyone to use. The toolkit is an online resource that provides information, tools, support, and resources to guide individuals through their mental health journey. It also offers help to family members and caregivers of those who suffer from mood disorders, and all people who wish to better understand depression and bipolar disorder.

Brought to you by:

U-M Faculty & Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO)
(734) 936-8660

Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience
(734) 763-5409

U-M Psychological Clinic
(734) 764-3471 

U-M Eisenberg Family Depression Center 
(734) 936-4400 or 1-800-475-MICH (6424)

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
(734) 764-8312