WellBalance Behavioral Survey includes three comprehensive assessments. Our M-9 is a nine-item, broad-based screening test covering common major behavioral health issues and takes less than 2 minutes to complete. The survey assesses problems in the following areas: depression, anxiety, mania, trauma, sleep, substance abuse, personality, eating, and psychosis.  Our Mind Health Survey is a comprehensive test that uses built-in algorithms to rule-out the presence of 67 different conditions in 10-15 minutes. These algorithms result in tailored questions asked to each employee focusing specifically on the problems they are reporting. The result of the MHS will indicate if the employee has satisfied the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) criteria for a condition or multiple conditions.  Our follow up Care Progress Survey is a 27-item survey that evaluates employee satisfaction/impairment across 4 domains: Work, Social Life, Family Life, and Self-Care.  An indication of Overall Functioning is also provided. The employee is asked to consider their experiences in the past week and rate each item on a 1 (not at all) to 5 (extremely) scale. The CPS takes less than 5 minutes to complete.


WellBalance also uses our Wellbeing Index to review 41 items to calculate 4 scores: Problems with (a)Total Wellbeing, (b) Mental Wellbeing, (c) Physical Wellbeing, and (d) Social Wellbeing. It  is comprised of items from validated, national standard assessments, and assess a number of mental (e.g., depression, anxiety, sleep), physical (e.g., BMI, tobacco use, chronic illness), and social (e.g., financial distress, food insecurity, access to transportation) risk factors that significantly impact one’s wellbeing. Using the WI, an individual can better understand their wellbeing relative to others, and organizations can better understand the needs of the population they support.