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Oklahoma Rates Second in Reported Mental Illness

Published: February 28, 2014

An annual report from SAMHSA ranks Oklahoma second nationally in the number of people who have a reported mental illness. Terri White, Traci Cook and Dr. Brent Bell - three Oklahoma mental health experts - explain what the report means.

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