Pennsylvania’s mental health situation looks better than it used to compared to the rest of the United States, according to a new national ranking.
Mental Health America put Pennsylvania at nine, up from 15 last time. The new ranking uses data from 2014; the last one was through 2011.
Both are based on measures including access to care and the prevalence of mental illness.
“It’s exciting to see that we’re moving in the right direction,” said Alice Yoder, Lancaster General Health director of Read More
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