These services are offered freely and confidentially within the state of New York.
Sometimes these experiences can be part of a health issue that requires treatment as soon as possible. No matter the underlying cause, these experiences commonly cause difficulty in school or work, with relationships, in your family, and/or with everyday activities. Partnering with a mental health professional is intended to help you get back to the things that are important in your life sooner.
These results do not mean that you have a mental illness. This quiz is not a diagnosis. But, if you haven’t already done so, now is great time to start a conversation with your support system: a parent, mentor, a therapist, or someone you trust about how you are doing. Talking about your answers to the quiz can be a helpful start to that conversation.
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If you are having thoughts of harming yourself or others, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255), text HELLO to 741741, or go to the nearest hospital. Your life matters.