Over 43 million Americans experience mental illness every year. 40% don’t receive treatment. Perceived and real stigma, lack of information, difficulty recognizing symptoms, access to care and many other barriers worsen these issues. ReachLink provides a confidential and effective platform to improve mental health issues, big and small.Enroll Now
Over 20% of American adults experience mental illness every year. Some cases are situational while others are chronic. Genetics, family, loss, work, relationships, injury and other factors often contribute to common mood and anxiety related disorders. ReachLink professionals help to understand the what, when, how and why to create individualized plans to achieve your goals.
Anxiety is normal in stressful situations like public speaking or test-taking but can become a mental health indicator when feelings interfere with daily living.Learn More
An estimated 19% of U.S. adults had any anxiety disorder in the past year.
An estimated 31% of U.S. adolescents had any anxiety disorder.
Prevalence of any anxiety disorder was higher for females (23%) than for males (14%) in the U.S.
Depression causes persistent feelings of sadness and disinterest and affects how you feel, think, behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems.Learn More
Mood disorders, including major depression, dysthymic disorder and bipolar disorder, are the third most common cause of hospitalization in the U.S. all adults ages 18-44.
An estimated 16 million American adults (7%) had at least one major depressive episode in the past year. Depression does affect some groups more than others.
An estimated 3.2 million American adolescents (13%) ages 12–17 in the United States had at least one major depressive episode in 2017.
PTSD can develop after exposure traumatic events. Causes can include accidents, assault, disasters, combat and more and impairs people’s ability to function.Learn More
An estimated 3.6% of U.S. adults had PTSD in the past year.
Prevalence of PTSD among adults was higher for females (5%) than for males (1%).
The prevalence of PTSD among adolescents was higher for females (8%) than for males (2%).
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