Mental Health in America

According to the 2023 State of Mental Health in America report, in the United States, there are 350 individuals for every one mental health provider.

In 2022, 50 million Americans (21%) experienced a mental illness—more than 12 million adults reported “serious” suicidal thoughts, and nearly 3 million youth experienced severe major depression. Yet, more than 28 million adults with mental illness (55%) received no treatment: about 10 million of them couldn’t afford treatment, and 23% of those who were mentally unhealthy half of the time (at least 14 days per month) couldn’t afford to see a doctor.

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