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90% Of American Adults Believe Treatment For Depression, Suicide Prevention Should Be Part Of A Basic Health Care Plan

About 89% of adults in the United States believe that mental and physical health are equally important, and 92% believe that treatment for depression and suicide prevention should be part of a basic health care plan. However, only 28% believe that the United States health care system treats mental and physical health equally. About 47% think they have or have ever had a mental health condition, but only 38% received treatment. About 67% would tell someone if they felt suicidal: …

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