The tool has rated items in order from 1 to 12; the ratings will then be placed on a scale of 0-4 once all the information is made available through a clinical interview. Each item is rated on a five-point item of severity (0 to 4); a point of 0-1 signifies no problem or a minor problem requiring formal action. A rate of 3-4 implies a moderate severity or severe to a very severe problem. The results reveal if there is a decrease in the number of people with mental health illnesses to determine if a certain intervention is effective. It is believed that if there is an increase in the number of people with increased mental health well-being (rating from 0-1), that shows that there has been an increase in the accessibility of public transport, which is expected to convey individuals to health care centers to get the necessary treatment they need.