Behavioral health United States, 2012
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Behavioral Health, United States, 2012, provides in-depth information about the behavioral health (mental and/or substance use disorders) of the nation. Drawing on 40 different data sources, this publication includes national and state-level trends in private and public sector behavioral health services, costs, and clients. It includes information on behavioral health treatment for special populations such as children, military personnel, nursing home residents, and individuals who are incarcerated. The report is divided into three sections: Behavioral Health Disorders across the Life Span; Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Impairment in Functioning; and Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Treatment Landscape. This publication is issued biannually and replaces Mental Health, United States.