Mental Health Continuum Model
When checking in on yourself or the first responder, where do you see the need for support?
The arrows above the four colour blocks denote the fact that this is a continuum, with movement in both directions along the continuum, indicating that there is always the possibility for a return to full health and functioning. In this way, no one is ‘written off’ simply because they are showing symptoms of an illness or injury, or are being treated for a disorder or disease. There is also a recognition that the earlier that intervention is provided, the easier it is to return to full health and functioning (green).
Self Assessment tools help you identify signs and symptoms in your mental health. They can also help to provide you with an opportunity to see how your coping strategies are working.
Welcome to Here to Help's online screening for mental well-being, depression, anxiety and substance use. Your answers are completely anonymous--we won't record anything that can identify you. If there's a screening you'd like to skip, just hit the Skip button at the bottom of the screening. The screening tool will guide you through the following steps:
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PSPNET - Public Safety Personnel Net
As part of the Government of Canada’s National Action Plan on Posttraumatic Stress Injuries, PSPNET offers and evaluates internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy, also known as ICBT, tailored explicitly or current and former Public Safety Personnel (PSP), and their spouses or significant others.