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Mental Illness Prevalence

  • In the latest report by NIMH, there were an estimated 9.8 million adults aged 18 or older in the United States with SMI within the past year. This number represented 4.0% of all U.S. adults.
  • There were an estimated 43.4 million adults aged 18 or older in the United States with a reported mental illness. This number represented 17.9% of all U.S. adults.
  • Approximately 13% of children ages 8 to 15 report a diagnosable mental disorder. The most common disorder among this age group is attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), which affects 8.5% of this population. This is followed by mood disorders broadly at 3.7%, and major depressive disorder specifically at 2.7%.
  • According to (SAMHSA) latest report, 13.4% of adults in the United States receive treatment for a mental health problem. This includes all adults who received care in inpatient or outpatient settings and/or used prescription medication for mental or emotional problems.


  • Who’s using BHPL and what exact services are they seeking? Utilize our trends analysis tool and find out what’s most important to consumers when they search for specific mental/behavioral health services. What specific activities are consumers looking for in a residential placement, or what types of behaviors are consumers most looking for providers to support.
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To get the right care, the right provider, the right placement; you need to know the individual.

Person-Centered thinking and planning should also include person-centered placement; all of which places the individual person in need of services at the forefront of all their interventional services. What matters most is; what the individual want for themselves, how the individual feel about the care they’re being provided, who will provide the individual’s care, and at what facility will the individual’s care be provided. BHPL has simplified this process, matching individuals with specific providers on a person-centered platform.