A new federal study suggests that while many mental health experts say that the number of mental health professionals and their patients are on the rise, that doesn’t necessarily mean the number is increasing.
The study from the RAND Corporation found that, at least in the U.S., mental health service providers were not seeing more patients and fewer people with serious mental health problems.
That means fewer people are getting the mental health care they need, the study says, and it could mean that some patients might be treated less aggressively and, in some cases, even given less attention.
The report also says that the percentage of patients who received treatment in the first year of treatment was about the same as in the previous year.
That’s a problem for people who are in the throes of depression, the report says.
For those people, it’s a sign that treatment isn’t working and it’s time to move on, said Richard Bress, the director of the RAND National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence.
The RAND study also found that the mental illnesses rates are rising, too.
The number of people who had a diagnosis of major depressive disorder rose by 11 percent between 2014 and 2017.
The national rate is now about 12.4 percent.
The RAND report comes on the heels of an editorial from The New York Times in which former president Barack Obama called for more mental healthcare.”
It’s a big problem and it really needs to be addressed.”
The RAND report comes on the heels of an editorial from The New York Times in which former president Barack Obama called for more mental healthcare.
Obama has advocated for more treatment, including for people with mental illness.
But the federal government has only recently increased funding for mental health and substance abuse services.
And while Congress is looking into funding the federal mental health system, it has yet to address a number of funding priorities in the budget.
The National Institutes of Health has $18.8 billion to fund mental health programs, according to the latest budget.
The National Institutes for Health’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has $2.3 billion to provide mental health treatment.
The Department of Health and Human Services has $12.8 million to fund medical research and development.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is responsible for the largest portion of mental healthcare, receiving $7.6 billion in 2018.
It will get $3.2 billion in 2019.