Mental Health Screening Initiative

Why should I take a screening?

Mental health screenings are a quick way to determine if you or someone you care about may need to reach out to a doctor or mental health professional for an evaluation. They are educational, not diagnostic. Key factors to keep in mind:

Quick

Completing these screenings will help you determine if your recent thoughts or behaviors may be associated with a common, treatable mental health issue.

Anonymous

We cannot link these screenings to any one individual, so you remain anonymous. Take these screenings anywhere you feel comfortable.

Educational

It takes only a few minutes per screening, and at the end you will be presented with information and next steps.

GET A CHECKUP FROM THE NECK UP.
Free & anonymous mental hygiene screenings.

Why do we offer mental health screenings?

The questions encourage individuals to look closer at some personal concerns they may have, and allow them to begin to develop their own routine of mental hygiene.

  • Screening Events connect community and local mental health resources.
  • Provide education and online mental health resources to build resilience.
  • Local organizations who host a screening event act as leaders and demonstrate the importance of supporting mental health.
  • Extend marketing and promotion opportunities to individuals and companies who offer mental health services. 

SINCE 2015

More than 4,500 people have taken
A CHECKUP FROM THE NECK UP!

Each person has helped inspire a movement where suicide is recognized as preventable and mental hygiene is embraced without shame.

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Screening events offer an opportunity for organizations to connect with community and support mental health in the workplace.

STRONG SCREENING SUPPORTERS

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INSPIRE A MOVEMENT

SUPPORT MENTAL HYGIENE

Host a screening event for your organization.

OUR HOPE transpire this knowledge into the development of resources, specifically in the area of educationcreate a movement in our valley where organizational structure includes mental hygiene and that many more organizations and businesses also provide the same mental health initiative for following years.

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    "This was a very effective presentation and helped numerous employees connect to local resources and improve their mental hygiene. We will want to do it again," 2018 Workplace Partner

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    "In Aspen we spend so much time talking about and working on our physical and spiritual fitness, but for some reason we completely ignore our mental wellness. Its as if we believe mental illness is reserved for those far removed from us, as if we are too "fit" for that type of thing. I would argue there is a fine and precarious line between mental wellness and illness. It is our duty to all of the parts of ourselves to keep our minds strong. Aspen Strong aims to do just that through ensuring that valley wide there are resources available to each of us that assess and support our mental hygiene, our mental fitness and our mental wellness. We can't be well in our physical and spiritual realms if our mental selves are not part of the equation. We truly are as great as the sum of our parts."

    Lady Fuller, International Gifting Company

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    "Aspen Strong plays an essential role-- increasing awareness of community resources, decreasing stigma, and advocating for the most vulnerable.  Their annual symposium empowers professionals in the community, and their year-round efforts educate and connect people to mental health resources in order to reduce substance abuse, mental health crises, and suicide.  By focusing on mental health hygiene and emotional literacy, as well as supporting the front line professionals, and promoting connections and various resources, Aspen Strong’s commitment to health wellness is inspiring."  

    Tina Payne Bryson, PhD; Co-author of The Yes Brain, and bestsellers The Whole-Brain Child, No-Drama Discipline; Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Connection & The Play Strong Institute

  • Lawrence Altman, CBD Trading & ASF donor.

    I realized younger in life that it was important to help other people any way I could. I have been involved in many causes that I thought were important, but mental health as dominated my interest. My own mental health struggles led me to a wonderful doctor and through him I started the Aspen Mental Health Fund which lead me to an amazing young woman Christina King. Christina brought the Aspen Strong Foundation idea to me. I was so impressed with her incredible energy and determination to make a difference in the world of mental health that it had become my passion as well. I believe we help many people who desperately need it. We are determined to rid people of the stigma of getting help for mental health issues. I am proud to be involved with Aspen Strong!