These Are The 10 Worst U.S. States To Live In For Your Mental Health

Texas has the largest number of people with cognitive disabilities who could not see a doctor due to cost (40.65%) and teenagers who experienced a major depressive episode in the past year and did not obtain treatment (73.1%).

Texas

Mississippi has 36.33 mental health treatment centers per 10,000 enterprises and 71.7% of kids who had a major depressive episode in the past year and did not obtain treatment.

Mississippi

Cost prevented 38.35% of Alabama individuals with cognitive disabilities from seeing a doctor in the past year, the fourth-highest percentage in the nation.

Alabama

Georgia tied Florida for the second-highest percentage of mentally ill individuals who did not receive treatment in the past year (63.5%).

Georgia

Florida tied Georgia for the second-highest percentage of adults with mental illness who didn't obtain treatment last year (63.5%).

Florida

South Carolina has the sixth-highest rate of kids who had a major depressive episode in the past year without mental health services (67.6%).

South Carolina

The state has 70.1% of kids who experienced a major depressive episode in the past year who did not receive mental health care, fourth highest.

Arizona

Percentage of adults with any mental disease who did not obtain treatment in the past year (61.7%), uninsured (18%), and children with private health insurance that doesn't cover mental or emotional difficulties (12.7%).

Wyoming

Tennessee ranked 10th worst in two metrics: uninsured individuals with any mental disease (15.3%) and kids who experienced.

Tennessee

Our youth mental health care access metrics rank Idaho seventh worst in the nation: 67.1 percent of teenagers who experienced.

Idaho