Free Family Mental Health Quiz

FREE FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH QUIZ

Do you ever feel lonely, disconnected, or isolated from your family or other people?
Did you know that many mental health issues can be inherited ?
Have you been embarrassed about any of your family’s mental health issues?
Has anyone in your family ever been diagnosed with a mental problem ?
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Have any of these issues caused you or your family financial hardship?
Have any of these issues jeopardized your family's happiness, career or even their lives?
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YOUR RESULTS

If you’ve answered Yes to any of these questions, you may be at risk for loneliness, isolation, mental health problems, or possibly a brain disorder.

If you’ve answered Yes to any 2 of these questions, chances are you are at greater risk for mental health problems, or one or more brain disorders.

If you’ve answered Yes to 3 questions, you are at high risk for mental health problems and brain disorders.

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Please be aware, you’re not alone . It’s a surprise to most people to learn that everyone has some of these problems hiding in their head.

The good news is: They do not involve failures of character, purpose, or morality. However, they may indicate an undiagnosed brain or mental health related condition.

According to the National Alliance on Mental Health, millions of people – 1 in 5 adults and 17% of youth ages 5-17 – experience a mental health problem at some point in their lives. Are you ready to help yourself and do something about the problems hiding in your head?

START BY LOOKING AT YOUR FAMILY

Families often remain silent about Uncle Alan’s closet drinking or Cousin Lou’s love affair with pain meds or Grandma’s strange behavior.

Quite often, these mental health issues are passed down from parent to child. Sometimes, the child may feel rejected, isolated, lonely, and disconnected. This sounds scary, but treatments are now mainstream, meaning a mental health diagnosis is no longer surrounded by stigma and secrecy.

Now the question is: Are you ready to look into your family’s experiences with these issues?

If your answer is yes, we offer a wide variety of excellent resources covering virtually every mental health and brain disorder. We’re not your doctor, but we have an encyclopedic amount of information that can help shed light on your family’s issues and give you some personal guidance.

If your goal is to learn more about yourself, improve relationships, relieve loneliness and strive for greater personal happiness, then start here.

Experts agree, “You should love yourself first.” Therefore, it’s important for you to help yourself first. This site is a good place to start.

First, look at the heartwarming personal stories we feature. Stories that connect us all. They can help you identify with other successful individuals and give you a number of clues to learn how to appreciate yourself.

WHY IT’S SMART TO START NOW

Mental health, loneliness, and brain issues do not resolve themselves. Like other disorders, they tend to degenerate and worsen over time. If ignored, they’ll get progressively worse and worse. Additionally, most of them are debilitating, and many are deadly. You may have seen this progression with members of your family.

These disorders, coupled with loneliness, are directly connected to your personal relationships and your own happiness. That’s why getting out in front of them is paramount.

The fact that you took this test indicates you may have some concerns of your own. Don’t wait for a full-blown personal catastrophe to learn more about preventing these problems from escalating. Act now to save your sanity, your health, your relationships, and your happiness.

Free Family Mental Health Quiz

WHO WE ARE

Who is United Brain Association, and why are we vying for your attention? We are a non-profit mental health and brain research organization. We partner with World Class hospitals and universities; the ones doing the cutting-edge research in mental health and brain disorders.

We’re the only mental health and brain disorder organization that covers all mental health problems and their associated brain disorders, instead of just one or two. It’s fair to think of us as the umbrella that covers all mental health and brain problems.

With your contributions, we provide funding for a wide variety of mental health and brain research projects in these same hospitals. Along with funding mental health education, we also fund the research, creation, and publication of the vitally important mental health and brain disorder information on our website. With your support, we endeavor to fund scholarships, provide grants for brain research, and help fund people helping in community-level, grass-roots mental health projects.

IT’S EASY TO GET PERSONALLY INVOLVED WITH CROWD-FUNDED MENTAL HEALTH AND BRAIN RESEARCH.

Here’s how you can partner with us to help yourself, your family, and many others and improve your mental health and move closer toward your “Better relationships and Greater happiness” goal.

For 49 cents a day, far less than just a small cup of coffee, you will not only help us help you but, you will also be helping improve mental health and brain research for everyone else, too.

Here’s why.

All donations to UBA help fund and speed up treatments and cures for deadly problems, like Depression, Loneliness, Alzheimer’s Disease, Painful Disconnections from your family, Dementia, Eating Disorders, Alcoholism, P.T.S.D., and Parkinson’s Disease, to name just a few.

Note: The brain is the most complex three pounds of matter in the universe. With a complex organ there are bound to be complex problems, and as such, these problems make up the more than 600 brain and mental health-related disorders that we at UBA are endeavoring to have researched and cured.

Since we are a federally approved 501(c)3 non-profit organization, your donation is tax-deductible. By joining like-minded individuals in donating, you are indeed … helping yourself.

Now is the time to start. You will learn more about the latest education and research for many brain-related disorders and greatly improve your relationships and your personal happiness.

That’s a promise.

  • Support Your Happiness

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PARTNERING WITH PROFESSIONALS
A PLEASANT SURPRISE

HERE’S HOW YOU CAN PARTNER WITH OUR PARTNERS

OUR PARTNERS ARE THE SCIENTISTS AT THE WORLD’S LEADING MENTAL HEALTH
AND BRAIN RESEARCH HOSPITALS AND UNIVERSITIES

As stated, in supporting the United Brain Association, you are supporting research projects at major universities, hospitals, and research facilities. Your support funds projects great and small, from preliminary qualifying trials leading to large studies to major projects currently producing qualified peer-reviewed results.

HOW TO PARTNER WITH OUR PARTNERS

It’s important for you to know that virtually all of these hospitals accept individual patients. A number of them draw from their patient population for clinical trials for new treatments, protocols, and drug therapies. Your donations allow us to directly partner with the professionals at these leading research facilities, which will ultimately benefit you. Your donations are what will enable us to fund grants, scholarships, and clinical trials at these facilities.

Note: Virtually all of these institutions receive funding from the Federal Government’s National Institute of Health. In total, this funding equals Billions of dollars. However, the funding for each research project represents only a small fraction of the budget requirements. This is the rationale behind your donations that will help fast-track this vital mental health and brain research that is integral to the personal happiness for you and countless others.

Start now by donating and get yourself personally involved in this life-saving partnership.

  • Support Your Happiness

    For a few pennies a day

“NO MIND LEFT BEHIND” … BECAUSE …GOOD MENTAL HEALTH IS HEALTH.

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