Check my emotional and mental wellbeing

Please fill in this brief (10-15 minutes) questionnaire to be offered relevant information based on your answers and a choice to link directly to a Staff Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub in your local area with clinicians offering support and advice for health and social care staff.

Non-urgent advice: THIS TOOL IS NOT FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

This self-assessment tool is not designed for emergency situations. The information supplied on this page is simply to indicate where you should go in a state of emergency.

Non-urgent advice: For medical advice

Advice on health problems is available on NHS.UK.

Urgent mental health support and advice are available here.

For non-urgent personal medical advice call 111. For emergency medical advice contact 999.

Always follow any medical advice you’ve already been given by your doctor.

Non-urgent advice: Information Sharing

The Information that you provide in this assessment will not be shared with your employer.


Self-assess your emotional and mental wellbeing
  1. Answer questions about your mental and emotional wellbeing.
  2. Find out when and where to get help for your mental health.
Who is this
service for?
  • You work in the provision of health and social care and/or are part of the extended NHS network
  • You are over the age of 18
  • You live or work in England
The self-assessment
will check
  • Your level of anxiety
  • Your mood
  • Your reactions to traumatic experiences
  • Use of alcohol and other substances
  • Information about you (should you wish to share it)

What are the Staff Mental Health and Wellbeing Hubs?

40 Hubs have been set up across England to provide health and social care colleagues rapid access to clinical assessment and local evidence-based mental health services and support where needed. The hub offer is confidential and free of charge for all health and social care staff. The hubs can offer a clinical assessment and referral to local services enabling access to support where needed, such as talking therapy or counselling. It is separate and confidential from your organisation. Click here to find out more information and contact the Hubs directly.

Privacy information

NHS England are the data controller for the personal data collected in order to facilitate your referral into a mental health and well-being hub selected by you, up until the point where the data is disclosed to the hub. This will consist of your name and contact details. At this point the mental health and well-being hub will become data controller for this information for the purpose of contacting you with an offer of support.

NHS England is processing this data under Article 6, 1 (e) – “ processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out … in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller”, and Article 9, 2 (h) – “processing is necessary for the purposes of preventive or occupational medicine, for the assessment of the working capacity of the employee, medical diagnosis, the provision of health or social care or treatment or the management of health or social care systems and services…”  of the General Data Protection Regulation.

The contact details of the NHS England Data Protection Officer are: [email protected]. You can contact the NHS England Data Protection Officer in relation to making a data subjects rights request. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office about the processing of your personal data.