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Self Help Test
If you are experiencing mental health symptoms or are struggling with alcoholism or drug abuse, make an appointment and begin the road to recovery. If you are uncertain if you need treatment, you can take the following confidential self-tests. Please note that a self-test is not a diagnosis and a professional evaluation is recommended.


Mental Health Self-Test

I often feel down or depressed.
I am easily irritated.
I feel worthless and hopeless.
I have difficulty concentrating.
I experience trouble falling/staying asleep.
I sleep too much or too little.
I am fatigued, have little energy.
I have thoughts of hurting myself or others.
I have lost interest in things I used to enjoy.
I think about death and dying.
I think about hurting others.
I feel excitable, with lots of energy.
I have had appetite changes and/or weight changes.
I experience feelings of panic (shortness of breath, tightening of chest/dizziness,
     heart racing/palpitations)
I am uncomfortable being alone.
I easily lose my temper; feel angry.
I believe others control my thoughts.
I hear voices and/or see things that other people do not hear or see.
I feel as though other people talk about me or watch me.
I am suspicious of the motives of those around me.
I need to check things repeatedly and regularly.
I feel driven to perform repetitious behaviors that interfere with my ability
    to complete tasks.
I am concerned about my use of alcohol/substances.
Friends and family have expressed concern about my alcohol and/or substance abuse.

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental health problem. Treatment can help. Call 884-0888 for an appointment.