And of the nearly 46 million U.S. adults who reported having had a mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder when surveyed in 2010, some 60% didn't receive any treatment for the condition.
Are these people diagnosing themselves?
just 5% reported having serious issues that interfered with their normal activities.
The findings emphasize the need for mental health treatment specialists to address substance use disorders, and to more extensively integrate mental health and substance use treatment centers, the researchers wrote.
In other words, more money need be spent on behavior-modification schemes.
20%. Is that credible?