New survey shows Rhode Islanders recognize gravity of mental health, substance use issues

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Islanders on the whole take mental health issues seriously, a new survey indicates. The survey, paid for by the R.I. Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals and conducted by research company Qualtrics, collected answers from a pool of 1,075 people. Measures were taken to ensure age, gender and racial diversity,…

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