McKinsey Survey Findings - Deepstash

McKinsey Survey Findings

  • More respondents are seeking psychotherapy, behavioural health help, and treatment at an ER for mental health needs.
  • Respondents said they have greater fears around keeping their housing, especially if they have children.
  • Respondents reporting mental illness were on average 66 percent more likely to report debt across all categories.
  • Those who report having a mental health condition but have not sought treatment are 60 percent more likely to declare mental health services unaffordable.
  • Those reporting having a mental illness said they were less likely to pursue education or additional training.


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