Uncovering student mental health needs. Early.

Oftentimes teens mental health issues go unnoticed and sometimes the unnoticed issues can be the most dangerous ones. It’s important to monitor youth mental health in an ongoing way to identify needs early and get kids the support they need.

Meet some of our district partners who are implementing mental health screeners in their districts:
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“We just got the results back and it’s amazing because it tells me what each of my middle schools and high schools needs. All the sites need something different.”

Mental Health Program Specialist
“I've been here for 13 years and we've never had something like this and it's incredible data. The turnaround was so much quicker than I expected, which was great!”

School Counselor
“The data guides us to be more pinpointed on where we’re providing support and where we can be be more deliberate.”

Site Principal

The most comprehensive mental health screener designed for youth ages 11-19.

Download this PDF to see sample screener questions and how the screener maps to MTSS.

Early identification

Allows schools to screen for needs like anxiety, mood disorders, stressors, and trauma that impact students day-to-day activities.

Individual support

School staff can review individual student results of the tier-based scoring system to put students into tiers of need and identify where additional support may be needed.


Screener questions are derived from clinically proven assessments.

Easy implementation & access

Students take this assessment in-class, with a web-based link, and it only takes 10-15 minutes to complete.

Reporting & data sharing

School staff can view the results at the individual-level as well as overall trends across school sites, grade levels, demographics, and SEL status that informs training and universal supports.

Wondering how Mental Health Screeners differ from SEL Screeners?

Check out this article to understand the differences—and importance—of both.

Wondering how Mental Health Screeners differ from SEL Screeners?

Mental Health Matters.

Learn how easy it is to launch a mental health screener in your district.