Online Screenings: Test Your Mental Health

Do you not “feel like yourself?” Are you going through some difficult life changes? Have you noticed shifts in your feelings, thoughts or behaviors? Take the mental health screening below to find out if you should seek additional support.

National MHA's screening tool currently hosts 9 screens: Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, PTSD, Alcohol and Substance use, a Youth and Parent screen, a Work Health Survey, and a Psychosis screen. Your score does not indicate that you have one of these diagnoses, simply that you may have some of the uncomfortable feelings associated with the disorders.

Once you have taken the screening and received your score, return to the MHA-SWPA website for additional resources.


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If you or someone you know is in crisis now, seek help immediately.  Please refer to our HOW TO GET HELP page for local and regional resources or dial 911 for immediate assistance.

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Annual Dinner Meeting

Mark your calendars for the Mental Health America of Southwestern PA’s Annual Dinner Meeting, Let’s Create Change, at 6 p.m. on October 25, 2018 at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center in Greensburg. For the second year in a row, we are honored to have Community Care Behavioral Health & UPMC Health Plan as our Premier Sponsor. Dr. James Shuster, MD, MBA will be the evening’s keynote speaker. Additionally, this year, we are honored to be presenting the 37th Fred Funari Mental Health America Award of Distinction to Joan Stairs. During the dinner there will be a special presentation in honor of the work of Demetre Josebeck.

For more information, or for tickets to the dinner, contact us at 724-834-6351 x119.

Our Year in Review

Our new name better reflects our regional presence, and other changes are afoot as well.  Recognizing that individuals with mental health disorders experience substance use at higher rates, MHASWPA cannot ignore the substance use and opioid epidemic hitting our communities.  In an effort to adapt to this need, MHASWPA has revised its mission to include substance use.  Revising the agency’s mission to include substance use is the first of many steps in becoming more responsive to the changing needs of the community and propelling us forward as we strive to develop programs in key areas of both mental health and substance use.

See our new Mission Statement as part of our YEAR IN REVIEW 2017.