PublisherMental Health America
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AbstractThis chart book presents a collection of data that provides a baseline for answering some questions about how many people in America need and have access to mental health services. This report is a companion to the online interactive data on the MHA website (https://www.mhanational.org/issues/state-mental-health-america). The data and tables include state and national data and sharable infographics.
Table of Contents05 Ranking Overview and Guidelines -- 08 Key Findings -- 09 State Rankings -- 15 Trend Infographics -- 20 Adult Prevalence of Mental Illness -- 23 Spotlight: Suicidal Ideation and 988 Implementation -- 25 Youth Prevalence of Mental Illness -- 28 Adult Access to Care -- 32 Youth Access to Care -- 37 Spotlight: Disparities in Mental Health Treatment for Youth of Color -- 39 Mental Health Workforce Availability -- 40 Glossary
CitationReinert, M, Fritze, D. & Nguyen, T. (October 2021). “The State of Mental Health in America 2022” Mental Health America, Alexandria VA.
SponsorsThe Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Department of Education (DoE)
Keywordaccess to care
black, Indigenous and people of color
Health Services Accessibility