POOR MENTAL HEALTH – ADULT
Why this is important: Good mental health enables a person to think and act productively, to cope with adversity, and to build strong relationships. Individuals with 14 or more days of poor mental health in a month would likely benefit from an intervention.
Definition: Percent of adults who self-reported that their mental health was not good on 14 or more days in the last 30 days.
Data Source: Washington State Department of Health, Center for Health Statistics, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, supported in part by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cooperative Agreement U58/SO000047-3 through 4 (2013-2014), NU58/DP006066-1 through 5 (2015-2019), NU58/DP006865-1 through 2 (2020-2021). Calculations and presentation of data by Spokane Regional Health District, Data Center.