Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Offers Online Depression and Anxiety Screenings

Free, five-minute screenings help users determine if they are at risk for depression or anxiety disorder.

Edward-Elmhurst Memorial Hospital
Edward-Elmhurst Memorial Hospital

Elmhurst Memorial Hospital now offers an online test to help people determine if they’re at risk for anxiety and depression, the two most common mental illnesses in the United States.

AnxietyAware and DepressionAware, are free, five-minute online screenings to help identify a person’s potential risk of having an anxiety disorder or depression.

If a person’s assessment indicates a heightened risk of anxiety disorder or depression, he or she will receive a call within 24 hours to schedule a free, in-person assessment with a mental health professional at Elmhurst Memorial.  

If contact information is not submitted, a 24/7 hotline number is provided during the screening so the participant can call to request the free assessment.  All results are confidential. Participants will also receive a report that can be shared with their healthcare provider.

Elmhurst Memorial offers a variety of outpatient behavioral health services, including adult partial hospitalization and psychiatric intensive outpatient services, as well as adult and adolescent substance abuse programs, traditional outpatient therapy and medication management.  

The programs include individual, group and family therapy.  For more information or a free mental health assessment, call Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare Guidance Services at 331-221-4400.

For more information about other online screenings for stroke and heart disease, visit Elmhurst Memorial Hospital HealthAware.


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