Resources & Tools

The following PDFs contain self-screening tools designed to help you determine if you need further, professional screening. They are not meant to replace evaluation and advice of a medical professional.

Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test

If you think you might have a problem with alcohol, please call your doctor or The Hospital of Central Connecticut’s Substance Abuse Services, 860.224.9985.


Depression Screening Tool

If you think you might have depression, please call your doctor or The Hospital of Central Connecticut’s Behavioral & Mental Health's Outpatient Services, 860.224.5804.


Generalized Anxiety Disorders Screening

How much anxiety is too much? If you suspect you might suffer from generalized anxiety disorder, print and complete the following Anxiety Disorders Association of America self-test by writing yes or no next to each question. If you think you might have GAD, please call your doctor or The Hospital of Central Connecticut’s Behavioral & Mental Health's Outpatient Services, 860.224.5804.

Behavioral & Mental Health


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