Hello and thank you for accessing the CU-Wellbeing Self-Assessment Tool For Wellness.
The CU-Wellbeing App is designed as a tool for faculty, staff, trainees and students on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to self-assess their mood and mental health in complete anonymity. You will see that we will ask for some basic demographic information but no identifying details. Asking a few demographic helps us understand who is most likely to use this tool and will enable us to better serve the University community.

During times of chronic, persistent stress and uncertainty, all human beings suffer whether they recognize it or not. This is our biology and does not reflect a lack of resilience or a "weak constitution". This anonymous self-assessment tool will provide you with immediate and actionable feedback about your mental health.
Again, this initiative has been designed to be completely anonymous.
Though this link came to your email address, no one can link your specific answers to your email, your employee ID, etc. If you want help from our clinicians at Faculty and Staff Mental Health or Student and Resident Mental Health, you will need to initiate the contact through calling 303-724-4987 or using the email fsmh@ucdenver.edu - someone will reach out to you within 24 business hours.

If you are in crisis and need to speak to someone immediately, you can call the Colorado Crisis Support Line 844-493-8255 --where you can remain anonymous or the UCHealth Virtual Behavioral Health Line 833-701-0448.

Frequently Asked Questions
- you are going to complete a number of modules that assess various aspects of mental health including feelings of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, insomnia, substance use issues, or difficulties with organization, focus and attention.
- it is simply designed to provide insight into whether you are experiencing mental health concerns. You will also be provided with resources ranging from free apps, exercise tips, printable handouts for improving sleep hygiene, to campus-sponsored support sessions, clinical care options and crisis support numbers. You will have the opportunity to download the resources list at the end of the assessment.
- although this link was sent to you via email, our programmers have creating this tool to make it impossible for anyone to link your results with your email or any other identifying information.

We do ask that you provide some very basic information so that we can better serve our CU-Anschutz Community. For example, indicating your department and whether you are a trainee, staff member or faculty member enables us to shunt limited resources to individual departments and/or Student and Resident Mental Health or Faculty and Staff Mental Health. Thus, we ask you to help us by answering those questions. You may still choose the option of "Prefer Not to Answer".

Since this is anonymous, no one will be able to follow-up with you should your answers indicate that you are experiencing severe mental health symptoms.
Please understand follow-up will only happen if YOU choose to use any of the resources provided to you throughout the CU-Wellbeing tool.
- should you need to stop your assessment and return at a later time, please take note of the random alphanumeric code given when the assesment starts (and also shown on each page of your assessment.) When you return, you can enter that alphanumeric return access code here to resume:
Again, this code will not link to "you personally" in any way, it just allows you to resume an assesment if you were interrupted or needed to pause. When you use this code to resume, you will not need to reselect the assessment modules. Instead, it will pick up where you left off and allow you to receive feedback for all of the modules you chose the first time you accessed the CU-Wellbeing App.

Should you have any questions, please so not hesitate to reach out to our team by emailing dopsych@cuanschutz.edu