GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

California Mental Health Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"California’s prevalence for any mental illness among adults is 17.55%."

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"61.5% of youth with major depression in California do not receive any mental health treatment."

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"California has a ratio of 470:1 for students to school psychologists."

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"California’s per capita mental health spending is $142.51, ranking it 27th in the nation."

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"California has approximately 9.0 psychiatric hospital beds per 100,000 people."

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"Approximately 1 in 20 adults in California is living with a serious mental health condition."

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"48% of Californians with disabilities identify mental health as their primary disability."

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"Only 17% of Californian adults with any mental illness were receiving mental health services in public programs (2009‐2011)."

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"33.3% of California’s population identifies as Hispanic, yet only 5.5% of California’s licensed psychologists self-identify as Hispanic."

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"29.2% of mental health care providers in California are racially/ethnically diverse."

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"52.3% of California’s adults with a mental illness report unmet need for mental health treatment."

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"In California, the prevalence of bipolar disorder among adults is 2.6%."

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"Approximately 10.7% of adult Californians have experienced serious thoughts of suicide."

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"In California, 11.4% of adults with a mental health disorder have co-occurring substance use disorder (SUD)."

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"In California, 16.3% of adults have experienced a major depressive episode."

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"California has a shortage of 32,000 mental health professionals to adequately serve its population."

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"In 2019, California approved a $2 billion investment in homeless housing and mental health initiatives."

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