We believe the journey of feeling better begins with understanding how mental health symptoms are impacting your life.

3 Steps to better understanding your emotional well-being

1

Assess

Take the 3 minute Assessment to receive your personalized M3 report

2

Understand

Your M3 Score will help you understand how much mental health symptoms are impacting your life

3

Act

Take actions based on your M3 Score to take control of your mental health today

M3: One Number for Emotional Health

My M3 Score: Low

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What Does My Score Mean?

Scoring 33 or above on the M3 Checklist means the symptoms you are experiencing are likely caused by a treatable mental health condition. The higher the M3 score, the greater your risk of a mental health condition.

Your M3 Report summarizes which conditions may be causing your symptoms and allows you to download your responses.

Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health conditions. Symptoms include excessive feelings of nervousness and worry that are out of proportion to a situation and make it difficult for a person to function at work or home.

Depression

Depression negatively impact thoughts, feelings and relationships. Depression causes persistent feelings of sadness, negative thoughts about ones self and life circumstances, and a lack of desire or inability to complete daily tasks.

Bipolar

Bipolar disorders are characterized by changes in mood, energy levels and ability to function, that occur in distinct patterns. Symptoms can range from feeling extremly energized to very sad or depressed. Treatment for Bipolar Disorder is proven effective in helping people better control their mood swings and symptoms.

Post-Traumatic Stress

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be develop in someone who has experienced or witnessed a traumatic event. People with PTSD continue to have disturbing thoughts and feelings long after the traumatic event.

Anxiety

Depression

Bipolar

Post-Traumatic Stress

Ways to Take Action

Receive recommended action based on your M3 Score. Interventions found to be effective in decreasing symptoms include:

Talk to a Professional

A physician or mental health Professional can review your M3 results with you and create a treatment plan. Talk therapy combined with medication has been proven effective in providing relief from mental health symptoms.

Access Community Resources

National Treatment and Referral Service 1-800-662-HELP ( 4357), is a confidential, free, 24 hour a day, 365 day a year, information service for individuals facing mental and/or substance use disorder.

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About M3

GERALD HUROWITZ, MD

Psychiatrist and professor at Columbia University, with special focus on training other doctors to be more empathetic and aware clinicians.

ROBERT POST, MD

Psychiatrist, a veteran of 30 years at the National Institute of Mental Health, and a leader in helping patients with bipolar disorder receive better care leveraged through the best research.

M3 Team

M3 Information, LLC ( “M3”) grew out of a collaboration of National Institute of Mental Health ( “NIMH”) alumnus and other academic researchers, clinicians, information technology and business people committed to reengineering the detection of mental health disease and streamlining its integration into Primary Care, the point of first contact for a majority (over 70%) of all mood disorder cases. The M3 Checklist research was validated in the Annals of Family Medicine.

The team identified a need to develop a multi condition screen to replace the existing single disease oriented screens that only addressed one form of mental illness. To address these problems, our team focused on a mental health screen that could measure outcomes based on question responses. We developed a 27 question diagnostic checklist and a relate algorithm targeted for adults aged 18 and older named the M3 Checklist , which measures your overall well-being and risk of having a mental health condition.