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National Expenditures for Mental Health Services and Substance Abuse Treatment 1991-2001
An estimated 28% of the adult U.S. population will

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By Rosanna Coffey (ed); Tami Mark (ed)
Year: 2005
Pages: 57
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 142230180X

An estimated 28% of the adult U.S. population will suffer from a mental health or substance abuse (MH/SA) disorder, including alcohol or drug abuse problem, during the course of a year. This report addresses the following key questions: How much is spent in the U.S. to treat MS/SA disorders? How are the expenditures distributed by payer & provider type? How has spending changed from 1991 to 2001? How do MH/SA expenditures compare to those for all U.S. health care? This work is based primarily on nationally representative databases with multiple years of data, which generally cover the study period of 1991 to 2001. Charts & tables.

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