Interactive screening program (ISP) for colleges & universities

Information

Type:  Website
Author:  American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)
Publisher:  American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)

The ISP provides an anonymous, web-based method of outreach that starts with a brief, confidential online Stress & Depression Questionnaire that students are invited to complete. The 35 item questionnaire takes less than 10 minutes to complete and incorporates the PHQ-9 as well as questions about suicidal ideation and attempts, problems related to depression such as anger and anxiety, alcohol and drug abuse, and eating disorder symptoms. Students receive a personal written response from a campus counselor, offering options for follow-up evaluation and treatment.

Populations:  Young Adults Ages 18 to 25 Years
Settings:  Outpatient Mental Health, Colleges and Universities
About Suicide:  Behavioral Health Disorders, Depression/Bipolar, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Substance Abuse, Self-Injury (NSSI), Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior, Ideation, Attempts, Risk and Protective Factors
Strategies:  Screening and Assessment, Treatment