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Behavioral Health Spending and Use Accounts, 1986-2014

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This report compares findings on behavioral health treatment from 1986 to 2014. It reviews spending trends in treatment and use.

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SMA16-4975
Publication Date
August 2016
Last Reviewed
July 2016
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