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  • Rural America lacks mental health services
  • Rural America lacks mental health services
    Francisco Moreno (2017) ©

Rural America lacks mental health services

Mental illness may not discriminate from a physiological perspective, but in America, where you live can have a big effect. A US study shows suicide rates in rural areas to be much higher than those in urban ones, highlighting people’s growing need for better mental health provision.



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