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Last week, the Health Policy Institute of Ohio released a new Data Snapshot detailing trends in mental health among Ohioans.

Among the data findings in the Snapshot are that while Ohioans receive mental health treatment at rates higher than the U.S., one in four Ohio adults report they did not receive mental health care (as displayed in the graphic above).

The Snapshot also includes data that shows the percent of Ohio adults reporting frequent poor mental days increased 20% from 2011 to 2020 (click for news coverage from Ohio Capital Journal).

 

The new HPIO Data Snapshot includes visualizations on mental health prevalence and trends in Ohio (frequent poor mental health days and depression), access to mental health care and quality and trends in suicide in Ohio. It also includes a list of resources to improve mental health in Ohio. 

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