Introduction

Thank you for completing this survey about access and use of mental health services and supports. This survey is completely voluntary, and you may skip any question you don’t want to answer. All information you provide (including your email address) will be anonymous – that is, we won’t ask for or use your name or any other information that would identify anyone who completes this survey.

Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community. (World Health Organization, 2014). When individuals feel worried, sad, anxious, angry, or irritable so much of the time that it interferes with their ability to participate in school, go to work, or have relationships with family or friends, they may be experiencing mental health concerns.

There are no right or wrong answers to these questions – we want to know about your experiences and how you think about things. Please answer all the questions based on your own life, not how you think things should be. And if you have recently graduated or are not currently attending school, please answer the following questions by thinking about when you were last in school.

Finally, some of the questions in this survey may make you think about mental health differently or make you more aware of mental health issues you or your friends may be experiencing. At the end of the survey, we have a included a list of websites that you might find helpful in learning more about mental health or finding someone to talk to about a mental health concern.
 
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