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Mental Health Diagnoses & Treatment Rates Vary Significantly With Race & Ethnicity

News | May 23, 2016

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The rate of mental health diagnosis and treatment varied by race and ethnicity according to a study that involved 7.5 million people. Overall, in 2011, about 15.6% of the people (about 1.2 million) received a psychiatric diagnosis; across racial and ethnic groups, the rate ranged from 20.6% for Native American/Alaskan Native individuals to 7.5% for…

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