Student Mental Health Screening
Identifying Unreported Mental Health Issues in Teens
The best way to prevent a suicide-related crisis is to intervene and provide help before a crisis presents itself.
When we identify and support young people who are experiencing mental health symptoms, including those teens thinking about suicide, we have an opportunity to help prevent a fatal tragedy.
Youth Mental Health by the Numbers
More than 40% of teenagers state they struggle with ongoing feelings of sadness or hopelessness.
More than 50% of parents and caregivers voice concern for their child’s mental health.
Nearly 20% of high school students have had serious thoughts of suicide.
More than 16% of teens and young adults experience a mental health disorder.
1 in 5 students seriously contemplate suicide.
QUALO Behavioral Health Student Mental Health Screening is designed to support schools and community-based organizations in:
- Identifying potentially undetected and undiagnosed mental health conditions.
- Helping teens better understand their mental and emotional health.
- Normalizing mental health conversations.
- Connecting teens with adults and resources.
- Proactively addressing harmful behaviors such as cutting, self-medicating, and suicide.
A Teen Mental Health Crisis
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