HealthCheck 20/20 helps identify co-existing behavioral health conditions. It supports earlier identification and care for mental health and substance use disorders.
Sometimes, people with mental health conditions also have substance use disorders. It is also likely that someone with a substance use disorder could have a mental health condition. If this sounds like you, click on the HealthCheck 20/20 button to complete an assessment.
We believe it’s important to have the right information to make good decisions about your health. That’s why we partnered with Healthwise to create the Partners Health Library, where you can find resources to help you live a healthier life.
The Partners Health Library is an online library with articles, tools and resources about health. Experts in healthcare update it regularly, so you can trust that the information is accurate and reliable. If you want to learn more about a health condition or take a screening, click the Partners Health Library button above.
Self-help assessments are designed to help you recognize areas in your life where you might need help.
If you want to complete an assessment using one of Partners’ self-help screening tools, click on the button above to access the screenings.
Taking a confidential, online screening or using a self-help tool are quick ways to identify health and behavioral health needs to better manage your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Screenings also provide you with information on next steps to take. Each screening only takes a few minutes to complete and are completely anonymous.
Remember, these screenings are just tools for you to understand what might be affecting you and to learn ways to better self-manage your health. They do not replace assessments conducted by professionals, and the results are not a diagnosis.
How often we have these feelings, and how often these feelings last are unique to each of us.
- Sometimes these feelings occur for no obvious reason.
- Sometimes they just get worse and won’t go away.
- Sometimes they cause us to avoid dealing with people, to stop doing things we enjoy doing, to do things harmful to ourselves and others or make us incapable of doing anything at all.
This is when we might need to get help from a doctor or mental health professional.
Updated: October 4, 2023