Check In on Your Mental Wellbeing
Everyone has good days and bad days, and sometimes on the bad days we all need a little extra support. How have you been feeling lately? Connect with resources to support your mental well-being by clicking on the face that best represents your current or recent frame of mind.
If you are in crisis or feel like you are a safety threat to yourself or others, please call 988 or 911 or go to the nearest emergency department immediately.
AHA is offering these resources to support your mental well-being, and for no other reason.
This is a self-assessment tool meant to connect you with mental well-being resources. This is not meant to be a diagnostic tool.
Stress responses land on a spectrum based on preparedness and individual resilience.
The first section of AHA’s guide Strengthening the Health Care Workforce: Strategies for Now, Near and Far provides resources and case studies and more, all focused on addressing well-being, supporting behavioral health and fostering human resilience to improve mental and often physical health.
Use these resources to learn more about health care worker suicide prevention and to implement evidence-informed interventions at your organization that can improve health care worker well-being and reduce the risk for suicide.
Resources for Team-Based Stress and Resilience Interventions
Reducing stress and improving mental health is something teams can and should work on together. Use these resources to guide system-, hospital-, and team-based interventions for reducing stress and building resilience.
Disclaimer Regarding the Stress Meter’s™ Ability to Diagnose
The Stress Meter™ application (Stress Meter™) is a self-assessment tool intended to offer general feedback to the user. It does not substitute or replace in any way a formal diagnosis from a qualified medical professional. Neither the American Hospital Association (AHA) nor any other party makes any representations or warranties regarding the functionality or performance of the Stress Meter™, or that use of Stress Meter™ will provide accurate, useful or complete feedback. Each user of the Stress Meter™ acknowledges and agrees that it is using the Stress Meter™ on an “as is” basis, with no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, including without limitation any representation or warranty regarding accuracy, completeness, quality, non-infringement, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Any use of information received through use of Stress Meter™ is at the user’s own risk. The AHA and its affiliates will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from the use of, or reliance on, the Stress Meter™.
Disclaimer on Resources
The American Hospital Association (AHA) is not responsible for any errors or omissions pertaining to, information provided in connection with, or for any results obtained from the use of the resources provided above (the Resources). The Resources were obtained from third parties, and were not developed by the AHA. The AHA is providing the Resources for informational purposes only and has not independently, tested, confirmed or verified the Resources. Any use of the Resources is at the user’s own risk. The AHA is not a health care provider, and it does not actively monitor or approve any Resources on this site and it is not responsible or liable for verifying the efficacy of the Resources. The AHA provides these Resources on an “as is” basis, with no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, including with respect to accuracy, completeness, quality, non-infringement, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The AHA and its affiliates will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from the use of, or reliance on, any Resources made available to you by the AHA.
Last Update: July 25, 2022. The AHA will periodically update the Stress Meter™ to ensure its resources remain up to date. For questions about the Stress Meter™, please contact email@example.com.