Our anonymous screening program is unique in that it enables users to take a quick questionnaire to assess if they have a mental health or substance use disorder and connect with help. Your organization can then collect aggregate data that provides insight into the behavioral health trends in your college or university. Specific benefits include:
Promotes Early Detection: Many people don’t realize they have an issue, are unsure if their symptoms are consistent with a behavioral health issue, or want to validate their concerns about what they are experiencing. MindWise Screenings provide the user with education about symptoms and treatment. Each screening ends with the question “Will you seek help?” which encourages the user to take action before it becomes a crisis. Screenings connect your community to helpful local resources as identified by your organization.
Large Reach: Our screenings are accessible to everyone, so students can take a MindWise Screening in the privacy of their own home, dorm room, or anywhere with internet access. They can reach both urban and rural populations. And, because they are truly anonymous, the screenings promote candid responses.
Informative Reporting: The administrative portal allows access to customized, aggregate reports that reflect community screening utilization. The report findings can guide an organization’s wellness and behavioral health offerings and inform related decisions. Administrators can customize the demographic questions to collect useful data.