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National Healthcare Disparities Report, 2004

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Figure 3.13

Adults who reported they received mental health treatment or counseling in the past year by race, ethnicity, and education, 2001-2002.

Bar chart. White, in 2001, 11.8 percent, in 2002, 13.8 percent; black, in 2001, 8.3 percent, in 2002, 8.5 percent; asian, in 2001, 4.1 percent, in 2002, 8.6 percent; american indian/alaska native, in 2001, 12.1 percent, in 2002, 14.6 percent; >1 race, in 2001, 15.4 percent, in 2002, 17.8 percent; nonhispanic white, in 2001, 12.5 percent, in 2002, 14.7 percent; hispanic, in 2001, 6.3 percent, in 2002, 8.2 percent; <high school, in 2001, 10.7 percent, in 2002, 11.7 percent; high school graduate, in 2001, 10.6 percent, in 2002, 11.7 percent; any college, in 2001, 11.5 percent, in 2002, 14.4 percent.

Source: S A M H S A, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2001, and National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2002.

Reference population: Civilian, noninstitutionalized population age 18 and older.

Note: For findings related to all mental health care measures, see Tables 3.4a and 3.4b.

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