The Robert Graham Center aspires to create and curate evidence to inform policies that support family medicine and primary care and improve individual and population health.
Access to behavioral health services in the United States is becoming increasingly difficult and, at the same time, the need for these services is growing. Fifteen to twenty percent of adults in the United States report ever having been diagnosed with depression or mental illness and 10-15% report suffering severe psychological distress in the past year. Fewer than 50% of those with a mental illness report receiving care in the past year. The State of Integrated Primary Care and Behavioral Health in the United States 2022