Figure 4-1 is a bar chart showing past year mental health treatment types among adults by past year mental health status and level of impairment for 2011. Among adults, 7.8% with no mental illness, 28.6% with mental illness with mild impairment, 45.8% with mental illness with moderate impairment, and 64.9% with mental illness with serious impairment received any mental health treatment; 6.3% with no mental illness, 24.3% with mental illness with mild impairment, 39.7% with mental illness with moderate impairment, and 58.2% with mental illness with serious impairment received prescription medication for mental health; 2.9% with no mental illness, 14.9% with mental illness with mild impairment, 26.0% with mental illness with moderate impairment, and 44.1% with mental illness with serious impairment received any outpatientmental health treatment; and 0.2% with no mental illness, 1.2% with mental illness with mild impairment, 2.9% with mental illness with moderate impairment, and 8.8% with mental illness with serious impairment received any inpatientmental health treatment.

Figure 4-1Past year mental health treatment types among adults, by past year mental health status and level of impairment: 2011

SOURCE: National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2011 (revised May 2013), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality. See Appendix Table A-10 for detailed source information.

From: 4, MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS: TREATMENT LANDSCAPE

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