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Depression: What It Is And Signs To Look For

Tests For Depression

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Mental Health America has a free online screening test for depression at: offsite link

Other tests for depression can be found at:

For military personnel and veterans, the following websites and telephone numbers provide free screenings for depression:

NOTE: Keep in mind that online depression screening tests are only a preliminary screening test for depressive symptoms. These tests do not replace in any way a formal psychiatric evaluation. The tests are only designed to give a preliminary idea about the presence of mild to moderate depressive symptoms that indicate the need for an evaluation by a mental health professional.

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