National Institutes of Health Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (NIH PROMIS, 2013) The NIH PROMIS is a database of self-report measures for monitoring patient symptoms in four domains (i.e., global, physical, mental, and social health) in adults. The Mental Health profile item banks (i.e., depression and anxiety) are the most directly related to community mental health. Both item banks are available in short forms (ranging from 4- to 8-items) and long forms (approximately 30 items). These tools can be used as screening instruments (Broderick, DeWitt, Rothrock, Crane, & Forrest, 2013). No information on use with adolescents was available. All items are available in Spanish, with translations and validations pending in Dutch, Portuguese, Hindi, and Mandarin. Below, we have described the Depression and Anxiety banks. Additional mental health item banks include Anger; Applied Cognition; Alcohol Use, Consequences and Expectancies; and Psychosocial Illness Impact.