According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in five adults in the United States — 52.9 million people — live with a mental health condition. Additionally, approximately half of them also have substance use disorders.
Government agencies at all levels are taking swift action to provide support — but stigmas, siloed data and rethinking budget strategies are hindering their efforts.
Take a look at this report to discover the challenges governments face when tackling behavioral health in their communities, and to learn what ongoing work is being done to create mental health support and intervention options. Download your copy now:
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