October 6, 2022
Mental Health
  • The Mental Health In America Survey revealed that nine out of 10 adults believe there is a mental health crisis in the U.S. today. More than two-thirds of the respondents identified the opioid epidemic as a crisis rather than a problem and over half viewed the mental health issues among children and teenagers as a crisis. Nearly six out of 10 adults say their mental health is fair or poor and say they have not been able to get needed care. Eighty percent are concerned about the cost of mental health care, 75 percent identified mental health parity as a significant concern, and 55 percent said there aren’t enough mental health care providers. (Article here)