Good mental health starts with you. Check Your Mood: How are you feeling?


Good mental health starts with you. How are you feeling? Check Your Mood Day is an annual event to engage and encourage San Diegans to assess and monitor their emotional well-being. Getting screened for depression is an important part of healthcare checkups, much like getting your blood pressure checked or being screened for heart disease or diabetes. Check Your Mood screenings are not diagnostic tools; however, they are a quick, easy and anonymous opportunity to find mental health assistance, resources and referrals.

On Thursday, October 10, 2019 go online or visit a community site near you to:

  • Take a FREE and anonymous Check Your Mood screening
  • Learn more about depression and other types of mental illnesses
  • Get informed of mental health resources available in San Diego County
  • Be a part of the conversation #StigmaFreeSD

Check Your Mood Day is an annual event held in conjunction with National Depression Screening Day—Thursday, October 10, 2019. The goal of Check Your Mood Day is to engage and encourage San Diegans to monitor and assess their emotional well-being just as they might check their blood pressure or be screened for heart disease or diabetes. Organizations across the county will be providing free mental health resources, information and Check Your Mood screenings to the community to help raise awareness for mental health.

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