Take a Mental Health Check-Up

“Go talk to somebody! You have to be able to have somebody listen. They’re not going to have all the answers. Depression doesn’t work that way—it’s something you have to fix, but you have to work on it.”

– Caregiver Theresa

Depression and anxiety are real illnesses that can affect anyone. Like other illnesses, depression and anxiety can improve when steps for treatment are taken.

Taking a depression or anxiety checkup can be a first step to feeling better.

You’re not alone if you have depression or anxiety – it’s more common than you think:

  • More than 16 million people in the U.S. are affected by depression
  • Over 21% of adults are affected by anxiety
  • 1 in 5 caregivers have moderate to severe depression
  • Anxiety and depression are different disorders, and sometimes people have both

Feeling sad or down? Take the Depression Checkup.

Do you often worry or feel concerned about everyday events? Take the Anxiety Checkup.

Or, you can take both.

DEPRESSION CHECKUP    ANXIETY CHECKUP

Take 5 minutes for your checkup!

 

Resources:

To find support for your mental health you can also check out this article from our latest Insight Magazine

You can also watch this video to hear HCAs, Ben and Lateena, share their experiences seeking support for depression and how it changed their lives.

Care Begins with You

The SEIU 775 Benefits Group is excited to introduce the Care Begins With You initiative to support your personal health improvement.

Take a checkup for Depression or Anxiety

Take a few minutes to take this checkup for depression.

Take the Checkup

Take a few minutes to take this checkup for anxiety.

Take the Checkup