Self-Assessment Test

The self assessment tools below are free-to-use depending on the eligibility as listed for each tool.


Employee Assistance Program

Alcohol Screening

Free, anonymous, and confidential online screening for alcohol problems.

Eligibility: All UF and UFHealth employees and adult family members

Employee Assistance Program

Depression Screening

Free, anonymous, and confidential online screening for depression problems.

Eligibility: All UF and UFHealth employees and adult family members

Employee Assistance Program

Marijuana Screening

Free, anonymous, and confidential online screening for marijuana problems.

Eligibility: All UF and UFHealth employees and adult family members

Stanford Medicine

Anonymous Self-Tests

List of anonymous self-tests

Eligibility: All

Mental Health Screening

ULifeline

Screens for 13 of the most common mental health conditions that college students face. This screening does not provide a diagnosis, but identifies problems that could be impacting thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

Eligibility: UF students; friends of students

American Psychiatry Association

Wellbeing and burnout

Physician burnout self-assessment provided by the American Psychiatry Association.

Eligibility: Physicians

Self-Assessment Tool

Well-Being Index

100% Anonymous online assessment tool that evaluates distress in 9 questions.

Eligibility: All