• Hartwick students during Habitat for Humanity project
  • OhFest concert crowd
  • Last day of classes bash, Hartwick College
  • Hartwick professor working with Habitat for Humanity

Self-Screening

Hartwick College and the Health Promotions Office welcomes you to it's self-screening page. We hope to offer many different self-screening tools that could offer you additional insight on issues that you are currently facing.

Are you concerned about issues realted to Alcohol, Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Bi-Polar Disorder or Post-Traumatic Stress? Would you like to compelte a self-assesssment which can offer you immediate feedback based on your answers? If so, link to this Self-Assessment Program designed for the Hartwick College Community.

Individual screening responses or person specific responses are impossible to be monitored. Your responses and the immediate feedback that you receive is completely confidential. Hartwick College is able to receive generalized cumulative reports with no person-specific information included. These reports assist us in better being able to monitor usage of the on-line system and to determine usefulness.

"HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH?" Is drinking alcohol harming my health now, or will it be harmful to me later in life? Should I stop drinking alcohol? Am I a binge drinker? Check out this screening tool and learn more about whether your drinking patterns are considered safe, risky or harmful.
www.alcoholscreening.org

Are we missing something on our website or do you have feedback? Please send an email to the Coordinator of Health Promotions, Heidi Tanner, tannerh@hartwick.edu, to offer your thougths on what we may be missing or what you think.