Self Assessment

Self Assessment Tools

The following links will connect you to a variety of anonymous, interactive, online screening tools that will help you assess various aspects of your personal health, and help you decide if you need to seek out any professional help.

Mental Health Self-Evaluator

The Self e-Valuator,- ULifeline- a confidential online mental health assessment, was developed by Duke University Medical Center. Complete a self-assessment to learn telling insights about your current state of mind. The Self e-Valuator provides a valuable and objective perspective if or when you (or a friend) are struggling with troubling thoughts and feelings.

Alcohol Use
  • The Drink Wheel is a form that you can fill out that when completed will instantly compute your estimated blood/breath alcohol concentration (BAC) or blood alcohol content.
  • e-Chug (The Alcohol eCheckup to Go) is an online alcohol intervention and personalized feedback tool designed to motivate individuals to assess their alcohol consumption by analyzing information about their individual drinking and risk factors.
  • B4UDrink is an interactive program developed by The Century Council in conjunction with the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, to educate the user about how alcohol consumption affects an individual’s Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC).
Anxiety, Depression, Alcohol Use & Eating Disorders
  • The Northstar Problem Gambling Alliance (NPGA), Minnesota’s affiliate to the National Council on Problem Gambling, is a non-profit, gambling-neutral organization dedicated to improving the lives of Minnesotans affected by problem gambling. We achieve this by increasing public awareness about problem and compulsive gambling and advocating for support services and treatment for persons adversely affected by gambling.
General Health
  • Health Screening tool from the Mayo Clinic provides a snapshot of your current health and reveals opportunities to make healthy changes.  Screening tests can also help detect problems early, which is often the key to successful treatment.
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