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Drive Behavioral Health Impact
An expansion of our CHNA research, the PRC Community Pathways program utilizes a community behavioral health survey to collect and analyze unique service area data focused on a variety of factors, including, but not limited to stigma, substance use, isolation/loneliness, depression, and health equity. READ MORE
According to our latest National Health Survey data, over 35% of American adults feel the impact of substance abuse issues, whether their own or in someone they love, increasing to 59.4% among those using an opioid drug in the past year. Substance abuse contributes to negative health outcomes in myriad ways, including community and family violence, STIs and teen pregnancy, accidental injury and overdose, mental health, and suicide.
Mental health is a growing concern in communities throughout the US. Our National Health Survey estimates over 30% of US adults citing symptoms of chronic depression in their lives, with 20.6% being diagnosed with depression. US adults with diagnosed depression are also more likely to cite multiple other health risks in their lives, including activity limitations, housing and food insecurity, and use of opioids. READ MORE