Behavioral Health

Just like your physical health, taking care of your mental and behavioral health is an important part of being healthy. We’re always here to connect you with information and resources to help you be the best you can be, mentally and physically.


ADHD

Approximately 11% of children in the U.S. have been diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

And they’re not the only ones affected. Today, about 4% of American adults deal with the effects of ADHD every day. And those numbers are only growing. Learn more about the signs and treatment, and find help.

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Stress

Everyone deals with stress at some point in their lives. And more than 75% of Americans regularly experience physical symptoms from it, according to the American Psychological Association and the American Institute of Stress.

All this stress can have serious health effects, both mentally and physically. Learn more about it and how to deal with it before it’s too late.

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Depression

Depression affects 1 in 10 Americans at some point in their lives, and over 80% of them go untreated, according to the CDC. And the number of patients diagnosed with it increases approximately 20% each year.

Those who suffer from depression are also more likely to struggle to function in day-to-day life. It's the mental and behavioral disorder with the highest rate of disability. Learn the signs of depression, and find treatment and help.

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Substance Abuse

Substance abuse takes a toll on everyone. Addiction costs the U.S. more than $700 billion annually.

Every day, 44 people in the U.S. die from prescription painkiller overdoses alone, according to the CDC. Each year, another 88,000 Americans die from alcohol abuse, and 17,000 Americans die from illegal drugs.

Learn more and find help before it’s too late.

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Alcohol Abuse

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  • notMykid - Resources for teens and their parents for dealing with depression, bullying, substance abuse, unhealthy relationships, internet safety, and eating disorders.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255
  • National Helpline - 1-800-662-4357 - Call 24/7 or use the Behavioral Health Treatment Service Locator for free treatment referral.

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Before and After Hospitalization

More than 41,000 Americans commit suicide ever year, according to the CDC. Mental and behavioral health need treated, just like physical issues.

Sometimes, hospitalization is an important part of that treatment. Learn more, find hospitals and treatment near you, and find resources for before and after you’re hospitalized.

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