Can You See Mental Health From the Outside?

Produced by: Hope Daluisio

Mental health challenges come in all shapes and sizes and can affect any person regardless of gender, race, location, income, reputation, etc. The tricky part of identifying a mental health condition is that most people who suffer do not show any overt physical signs or symptoms. So before judging or falsely labeling someone with a mental health condition, get to know their habits and personality first before making assumptions.

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So, What Does Mental Health Mean to You?

Tell us on the form below what mental health means to you and see the other responses:

Created by: Keegan McKoskey

Produced by: Angelina Miller

Mental health can mean something different to everyone. No two people will experience mental health in the exact same way. In the video above, we asked a variety of people from all walks of life exactly what mental health means to them.

U.S. Adults With Any Mental Health Condition 

Percentage by State

Created by: Keegan McKoskey

Above is a map that ranks each state individually of adult presence of any mental health condition. (1)

U.S. Adults With Any Mental Health Condition (Chart)

Percentage and Number Affected by State

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Created by: Keegan McKoskey

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Created by: Keegan McKoskey

These charts rank all 50 states (plus the District of Columbia) by percentage. Population is also shown as a reference. (1)

*Chart in order from greatest to least


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