Affordable mental health and substance use care is crucial to recovery and self-sufficiency. Yet for many, accessing care is like navigating an obstacle course. NAMI is conducting an online survey to explore what people experience when they attempt to access mental health and substance use care compared to other types of medical care. By collecting responses from across the country, we hope to gain a sense of how coverage affects access to care and what difficulties still exist. We will share our findings in the continuing effort to improve access to quality care.
This survey is open to all individuals and families, regardless of their type of health coverage. Respondents may complete the survey for themselves or on behalf of a loved one. The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete and is available in bothEnglish and Spanish.
Deadline: Saturday, December 31, 2016, Midnight EST
Questions? Contact Sita Diehl firstname.lastname@example.org