Mental Health

MHA Data Report Press Release:
August 19, 2021

Mental Health America (MHA), with support from Lundbeck, released a new brief, Severe Depression and COVID-19: Communities in Need Across the U.S., analyzing data collected from 725,949 individuals who took a depression screen (PHQ-9) as part of the MHA Screening Program in 2020. The analysis finds that 62 percent of people scored with symptoms of severe or moderately severe depression. The brief further analyzes this data and breaks it down to the state and county level, a rarity in data collection. County-level data in particular is difficult to find. National government data on depression typically does not include county-level results, and is often delayed one to two years. This analysis is unique in that it can quickly identify local areas with the greatest need for a fast and coordinated response amid the mental health crisis exacerbated by COVID-19.

One Michigan county was mentioned in the press release, Baraga County scored high of having individuals at-risk for severe depression
mental health supports, generate a better understanding of mental health concerns in the U.S., generate new resources to address unmet need, create an environment that promotes mental wellness at the population level, and create long-term systemic policy change to prevent future mental health concerns.
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Mental Health and COVID-19 Information and Resources.


A quick, easy and confidential way to determine if you may be experiencing a mental health condition is to take a screening. A screening is not a diagnosis, but a way of understanding if you are at risk, or if your symptoms are having enough of an impact that you should seek help from a doctor or other professional. Take a mental health screening Today.
Rahma Worldwide & Mental Health America strongly believes in your right to privacy and will NOT disclose any information.


Our national affiliate Mental Health America provides ten free, anonymous and confidential mental health screening tools. Taking a screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.

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Rahma Worldwide seeks to improve the quality and availability of mental health resources and services for people from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, including immigrants, refugees, and members of Southeastern Michigan communities. Addressing issues of language, culture, religion and other aspects of cultural diversity can promote greater equity in mental health care.


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Our May & June 2021 Mental Health Seminars

May Seminar

The Mental Health Intersection

between Culture & Faith

June Seminar

Children & Mental Health

& It’s Impact on their Behavior

These are a few of our most recent programs. Each and every year, we carry out more than 1000 programs across various countries,  involving people of every age, interest and need.

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