A recent study done by The United Way of the National Capital Area for every state in the U.S. shows that West Virginia is one of the lowest in mental health.

The study shows that West Virginia has the third-largest disparity in residents to mental health providers (770 residents to every one mental health provider).

It also shows that Mountain State residents have the fifth-highest level of discomfort in seeking mental health assistance; study shows that 28 percent of W. Va. residents are uncomfortable seeking mental health assistance.

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