Unmet Behavioral Health Care Needs in the Past Year Revealed in Survey


The National Council for Wellbeing’s 2022 Access to Care Survey, a national online survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults, found that 43% of U.S. adults who reported needing substance use or mental health care in the past 12 months did not receive it. Key barriers to access included lack of insurance, out-of-pocket costs, availability of appointments, wait times, a lack of providers’ cultural diversity, and proximity to care. Those adults who were able to get care also experienced difficulties with accessing care

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