Flagler Hospital Mental Health Attitudes Survey -- Students
This is a survey that gauges the mental health attitudes of youth in St. John's County and informs Flagler Hospital as it develops its response to the county's mental health issue. This research survey consists broadly of two types of questions. One type of question attempts to gather data on tactical and specific statistics on mental health that are frequently collected on a national scale, and the other type of question attempts to understand students' attitudes on comfort discussing mental health and mental health programs in schools.
What is your age?
What is your gender?
What is your sexual orientation?
What is your race/ethnicity?
Do you feel that you have people to talk to if you are struggling with your mental health?
How many of these people are trusted adults?
How many of these people are peers?
Which topics, events, or circumstances trigger negative mental health patterns for you (e.g. academics, family life, etc.)?
On a scale of 1-10, how comfortable do you feel discussing your mental health and/or personal struggles with school counselors?
Not at all comfortable
Extremely comfortable
On a scale of 1-10, how comfortable do you feel discussing your mental health and/or personal struggles with your family?
Not at all comfortable
Extremely comfortable
On a scale of 1-10, how comfortable do you feel discussing your mental health and/or personal struggles with your friends?
Not at all comfortable
Extremely comfortable
Out of the three groups above, who do you feel most comfortable discussing your mental health with?
On a scale of 1-10, how much does academic stress negatively impact your mental health?
No impact at all
Very negative impact
Do you feel like your school provides you with an adequate amount of resources regarding mental health?
If yes, what do you think those resources are?
Have your parents spoken with you about your mental health in the past 30 days?
Do you feel that you need help managing your mental health?
For how many days in the past 30 days was your mental health not good?
When do you think students should begin learning how to manage their mental health?
Do you think your school creates a healthy environment where you can discuss mental health?
What specific stigmas do you feel are associated with talking about mental health in your school?
Do you feel that these stigmas may prevent you from talking about mental health?
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