Nearly one-half of those diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. Learn more about symptoms and treatment.
Oct. 5–11: Find out what kinds of activities are taking place near you. Take the first step: Screen yourself or a family member for an anxiety disorder or depression.
Take an anonymous online screening or locate a mental health screening site, including those for college students and military and their families. Screening for depression is as important as screening for physical diseases because early identification makes treatment more effective.
Ask for help...find out more about preventing suicide.
Part of a week-long series about mental health in America on HuffPost Live: Watch Dr. Karen Cassiday, ADAA President-Elect, and learn the stories of several people who grapple with anxiety disorders daily.
ADAA mourns the loss of Robin Williams and others whose lives have ended due to suicide. His tragic death illustrates the great need for increased public awareness of the grave risk that suicide poses. Most suicides are preventable.
Mobile apps can be effective tools that make therapy more accessible, efficient, and portable for those with anxiety disorders, depression, OCD, PTSD, and other related disorders. Read the first reviews on this new page.
School starts soon! Sign up now for this free webinar on August 6.
Nearly two-thirds of people with a diagnosable mental illness do not seek treatment, and racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. are even less likely to get help. Find tools and resources and other helpful information.
Join a live global online event to learn how to alleviate your anxiety and depression from more than 20 of the world’s experts. Use special ADAA promo code BAN14 for the Beat Anxiety Now World Online Summit, June 16-25. Free pre-summit starts June 4.