Over the past few years, virtual social networks have become increasingly popular worldwide, and many young people have become members of these virtualized social networks. Virtual social networks play a crucial role in the acceptance and access of people, especially young people, to attitudes and behaviors, and are considered as one of the main agents of social change. The present study was conducted to investigate the relationship between virtual social networks with national and religious identity and mental health of secondary school students in District 1 of Kerman. The research method is correlation and using a questionnaire tool. The statistical population includes all high school students in district 2 of Kerman. The sample size was chosen based on the Morgan formula of 364 people and collected using the information classification method. Findings of the research show that there is a significant relationship between the underlying variables; age, gender, educational level and ethnicity variables with social identity and social health. Research findings also show that membership variables in virtual social networks, Internet usage, use of virtual social networks, membership in groups and news types with dimensions of national and religious identity, and mental health, from the point of view of anxiety and depression and symptoms Physical and social work have a meaningful relationship.