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The parallel pandemic

We all know by now how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted our businesses. But did you know we were already in the middle of a public health crisis before the onset of COVID? That's right. According to the CDC, 18.3% of adults reported experiencing mental health issues in 2016. Today, it's 42%. Our pre-pandemic provider care gap was around 60%. Today, it's 71.9%.


1 in 5

U.S. adults experience mental illness


of those with moderate depression who do not treat their symptoms


months each year depression reduces cognitive performance


amount of time physical job tasks are impacted by depression


of U.S. counties do not have a single practicing psychiatrist


134 million

people living in a designated Mental Health Professional Shortage Area

11 years

average delay between the onset of symptoms and treatment


of all lifetime mental illness begins by age 24