Although it has taken many years, society has finally acknowledged that mental illness has a physical connection, often in both cause and effect. In an article published in the Deseret News, Greg Bell reports that two of the most common types of mental illness, depression and anxiety,  are cloaked in problematic names. The numbers are stunning: Anxiety disorders affect 40 million American adults every year, about 18 percent of all adults. In the U.S., depressive disorders afflict nearly 10 million adults (over 4 percent) and almost 3 million adolescents. Anxiety and depression rob people of stability, positive relationships, happiness and even basic well-being.  The fortunate who have health insurance can usually get significant relief through medical and psychological treatment. But those without insurance or other coverage, especially the indigent, have far less access to treatment. For many thousands of indigent Utahns, treatment is hard to find. Utah’s counties are charged with providing mental health services to the public. Utah has over 60,000 people in the poverty gap who don’t qualify for Medicaid. Thus, the demand for services by people without Medicaid far outstrips what counties and charity care by hospitals and doctors can provide. Irrespective of traditional funding channels, our community must pull together to meet this scourge that afflicts hundreds of thousands of Utahns and develop funding sources to finance treatment of the poor and those of modest means for mental illness. Our elected officials must lead out on this. Each of us must demand of them that we address this problem.

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