Schools and Education
Columbia University TeenScreen Program
Mental Health Check-Ups for Youth
The Columbia University TeenScreen Program is a national mental health and suicide risk screening program for youth. The goal of the National TeenScreen Program is to make voluntary mental health check-ups available for all American teens. TeenScreen works by assisting communities throughout the nation with developing locally operated and sustained screening programs for youth. Screening can take place in schools, doctors' offices, clinics, youth groups, shelters and other youth-serving organizations. For more information about this program please visit the Columbia University TeenScreen Program at www.teenscreen.org or call 1.866.833.6727.
Below are some documents pertaining to the Columbia University TeenScreen Program:
Related FilesColumbia University TeenScreen Program Brochure (PDF File)
Principles of Quality Screening Programs (PDF File)