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Universal Screening in Schools

Past and Present School Districts

bhworks Training Videos

Case Notes
Viewing Report
Tasks Overview
Creating a Participant
Data Dashboards Overview
General Navigation Overview

Special Presentations

Watch as Allen Tien, mdlogix President,  and Steve Sharp, student counselor in the Hempfield School District, talk about using the bhworks screening tool in schools

Listen to Kirsten Johnson, of Dover School District, present on screening with confidence as part of the Youth Mental Health Series.

You can easily get parental consent and universally screen K-12 students for behavioral and mental health issues with bhworks, the student mental health software system from mdlogix. Our web based software will assess, offer care management, referrals, monitor treatment and generate outcomes data in real time.

Universal Screening Data

Schools participating in universal screening have collected data on a number of risk factors


Featured Case Study

Steve Sharp
Hempfield School District

As the District school counselor coordinator, Steve Sharp makes understanding student mental health a priority with his board. Hempfield School District has been using the bhworks platform for several years now but has expanded its ability to identify and manage mental health concerns as students return to school following the COVID pandemic. After parents opt in, the staff get to choose between two different screening models that are completed once during the school year. Over time, Sharp hopes to screen students more often in order to monitor and track trends.

Past Case Studies

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NCSMH School Mental Health

Quality Guide: Screening

Downloadable Templates

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bhworks Universal Screening


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Universal Screening Parent Consent Form Template

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Universal Screening Parent Letter Home Template

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Universal Screening

Student Assent Form

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