Languishing Terms and Conditions

Your Mental Health Self Check score shows that your mental health is languishing or low.

This means that on most days, over the last month, you didn’t feel good, or felt disinterested or dissatisfied with your life. Even though your score shows that you’re struggling with your mental health, this doesn’t mean you’ll always feel this way. You may be having a stressful time in your life at the moment–everyone has these times. Or you may be dealing with a mental health problem or illness that you need help with.

This Mental Health Self Check does not provide a diagnosis or medical advice, it is just a survey score. There are things you can do that can help you feel better. If you would like to talk with someone about your mental health, please reach out to your doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or someone you trust in your community. Please contact HealthLine at 8-1-1 or consult with a doctor, nurse, or someone close to you to share how you are feeling. Your employer may also have mental health supports through an employee and family assistance service.

SaskWell is a customized two-way text-based service that has been developed to provide supportive mental health messages and resources to residents of Saskatchewan. SaskWell is not a replacement for professional treatment and/or support.

In order to participate in the SaskWell service, I release from liability and waive my right to sue SaskWell, the University of Saskatchewan, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, their employees, officers, volunteers and agents (collectively “District”) from any and all claims, including claims of the services negligence, resulting in any physical injury, illness (including death) or economic loss I may suffer, or which may result from my participation in SaskWell.