The purpose of this analysis is to compare the rates of poor mental health days by rates of health insurance coverage, average number of poor physical health days, employment status, income level, teen birth and excessive drinking at the county level. Learn more about the data >

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State County Percent Uninsured Median Household Income Percent Unemploymentsort descending Percent Excessive Drinking Drug Overdose Deaths per 100,000 Teen Births per 1,000 Avg Poor Mental Health Days per Month
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HI KALAWAO COUNTY 0.00 0.00 15.65 3.2
ND DIVIDE COUNTY 11.12 58,715 1.30 19.68 3.2
IA LYON COUNTY 6.33 69,048 1.54 20.80 14.7 3.3
ND MOUNTRAIL COUNTY 15.41 67,162 1.58 26.25 55.4 3.4
IA STORY COUNTY 5.30 57,464 1.59 23.17 6.49 3.8 3.5
ND DUNN COUNTY 14.40 66,383 1.62 20.82 19.8 3.1
ND MCKENZIE COUNTY 12.85 76,224 1.67 25.37 31.3 3.0
IA DALLAS COUNTY 3.93 87,267 1.72 23.46 6.11 11.8 3.1
ID MADISON COUNTY 8.64 41,827 1.73 15.78 6.5 4.4
CO KIOWA COUNTY 11.26 44,704 1.77 16.57 3.9
IA SIOUX COUNTY 6.68 70,162 1.78 22.89 15.5 3.2
CO CHEYENNE COUNTY 14.90 54,504 1.80 18.08 3.7
ND DICKEY COUNTY 9.26 53,286 1.80 20.81 15.4 3.0
IA POCAHONTAS COUNTY 5.95 55,865 1.83 18.63 15.6 3.7
TX HARTLEY COUNTY 20.85 72,451 1.83 21.75 37.3 3.5
MT MCCONE COUNTY 16.64 43,650 1.84 19.98 3.3
CO BACA COUNTY 15.80 38,294 1.84 15.88 37.9 4.2
IA FREMONT COUNTY 4.88 54,658 1.86 18.83 33.3 3.6
IA CARROLL COUNTY 4.40 60,531 1.87 20.64 17.6 3.3
IA MITCHELL COUNTY 7.00 59,558 1.87 20.68 9.2 3.5
OK CIMARRON COUNTY 25.09 46,777 1.88 11.55 45.1 4.6
MT FALLON COUNTY 9.12 62,029 1.88 24.36 18.3 3.2
ND BOWMAN COUNTY 11.79 62,270 1.88 21.32 31.9 3.0
IA PLYMOUTH COUNTY 5.20 66,360 1.89 21.27 13.9 3.4
ND SARGENT COUNTY 7.89 64,756 1.89 22.12 2.9
CO PHILLIPS COUNTY 13.24 52,367 1.89 16.97 27.2 3.7
TX MCMULLEN COUNTY 19.87 64,633 1.89 18.20 3.7
OK DEWEY COUNTY 20.24 50,728 1.91 12.78 32.7 4.6
IA JOHNSON COUNTY 5.51 64,387 1.92 24.58 6.93 6.4 3.4
ND LAMOURE COUNTY 11.95 54,514 1.93 20.29 3.1
IA ADAMS COUNTY 6.19 51,577 1.93 19.92 23.8 3.4
NE PERKINS COUNTY 13.66 57,251 1.94 20.28 3.0
IA OSCEOLA COUNTY 7.58 60,627 1.94 18.77 24.7 3.5
ND RANSOM COUNTY 8.32 61,634 1.94 20.71 12.8 3.2
KS HAMILTON COUNTY 23.43 51,559 1.95 16.54 36.5 3.6
ND WILLIAMS COUNTY 9.96 79,354 1.96 26.31 15.53 39.7 3.3
IA IDA COUNTY 4.83 60,312 1.96 19.87 19.1 3.5
IA TAYLOR COUNTY 6.91 47,781 1.98 18.83 23.5 3.7
TX GLASSCOCK COUNTY 21.93 83,330 1.98 19.02 4.0
KS GRAY COUNTY 17.89 65,771 1.98 19.11 16.4 3.3
IA SHELBY COUNTY 5.15 58,862 1.98 18.91 16.3 3.4
IA O'BRIEN COUNTY 5.62 53,147 1.98 21.00 21.1 3.5
KS GREELEY COUNTY 13.80 51,606 1.99 15.60 3.7
IA LUCAS COUNTY 5.58 49,956 1.99 20.24 27.3 3.4
KS SCOTT COUNTY 11.79 63,790 1.99 17.27 29.8 3.4
ND GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY 9.65 58,075 2.00 19.23 29.8 3.3
VA ARLINGTON COUNTY 7.66 120,950 2.00 22.23 8.11 10.1 3.2
ND STEELE COUNTY 7.78 66,929 2.00 21.63 2.8
ND HETTINGER COUNTY 11.30 51,455 2.01 20.58 3.1
IA KOSSUTH COUNTY 5.00 55,486 2.02 19.66 13.0 3.5

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This project is/was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number UB1RH24206, Information Services to Rural Hospital Flexibility Program Grantees, $1,009,121 (0% financed with nongovernmental sources). This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.