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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Statesort descending County Percent Uninsured Median Household Income Percent Unemployment 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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CO DELTA COUNTY 10.72 46,786 3.94 15.39 30.4 4.0
CO FREMONT COUNTY 9.07 47,885 5.20 18.32 27.97 30.7 3.9
CO CLEAR CREEK COUNTY 5.51 74,019 3.03 20.33 11.7 3.3
CO CONEJOS COUNTY 10.74 38,777 4.39 14.58 26.9 4.1
CO LARIMER COUNTY 7.42 71,306 2.81 21.98 13.53 11.3 3.6
CO MOFFAT COUNTY 9.93 59,500 3.65 18.46 35.7 3.7
CO SAGUACHE COUNTY 16.95 36,869 4.65 13.86 35.0 4.4
CO EL PASO COUNTY 7.61 67,923 3.94 16.59 25.65 21.7 3.8
CO ALAMOSA COUNTY 13.19 42,897 4.17 16.54 19.7 4.5
CO JEFFERSON COUNTY 6.75 85,550 3.03 22.11 16.33 11.6 3.4
CO PHILLIPS COUNTY 13.24 52,367 1.89 16.97 27.2 3.7
CO GUNNISON COUNTY 10.49 61,268 2.59 21.63 9.3 3.8
CO CHEYENNE COUNTY 14.90 54,504 1.80 18.08 3.7
CO WELD COUNTY 9.40 75,629 3.01 17.90 12.15 24.4 3.7
CO CUSTER COUNTY 12.61 55,242 3.66 15.23 19.4 3.8
CO LA PLATA COUNTY 11.55 66,219 3.03 20.20 12.54 13.7 3.7
CO PARK COUNTY 8.74 72,121 2.89 18.82 27.97 7.1 3.4
CO ARAPAHOE COUNTY 8.53 76,665 3.22 17.88 15.02 17.9 3.5
CO YUMA COUNTY 13.42 53,253 2.04 17.21 29.3 3.8
CO LINCOLN COUNTY 9.53 46,690 2.45 19.64 19.6 3.7
CO LAKE COUNTY 11.74 51,802 2.64 20.00 34.9 3.8
CO RIO BLANCO COUNTY 9.17 63,411 4.45 19.71 13.6 3.7
CO CROWLEY COUNTY 11.06 35,880 4.37 19.60 39.8 3.8
CO WASHINGTON COUNTY 9.61 47,869 2.42 17.93 21.2 3.7
CO MINERAL COUNTY 9.93 60,210 2.56 16.28 3.6
CO DOUGLAS COUNTY 3.78 120,670 2.86 20.96 9.14 4.1 2.9
CO ARCHULETA COUNTY 12.92 53,337 3.41 15.93 18.9 3.8
CO SEDGWICK COUNTY 12.11 40,009 2.55 16.32 27.4 3.9
CO SUMMIT COUNTY 11.05 80,078 2.22 22.32 14.6 3.4
CO HINSDALE COUNTY 10.53 62,149 2.61 16.39 3.7
CO MESA COUNTY 9.54 51,132 4.09 19.73 18.69 28.0 3.8
CO ELBERT COUNTY 7.79 98,247 2.84 19.39 7.3 3.4
CO BACA COUNTY 15.80 38,294 1.84 15.88 37.9 4.2
CO MONTEZUMA COUNTY 13.80 50,180 4.74 16.66 22.70 37.2 4.3
CO JACKSON COUNTY 13.64 51,457 2.62 17.25 3.8
CO CHAFFEE COUNTY 10.17 56,168 2.69 18.56 15.1 3.8
CO SAN JUAN COUNTY 8.58 46,878 3.08 17.15 3.9
CO BENT COUNTY 10.37 37,659 3.17 17.80 23.5 4.0
CO LOGAN COUNTY 10.53 53,168 2.91 18.98 23.8 3.8
CO GRAND COUNTY 10.64 69,214 2.68 19.32 15.3 3.6
CO GARFIELD COUNTY 13.84 74,421 3.21 20.75 16.88 30.8 3.4
CO EAGLE COUNTY 12.25 86,896 2.73 22.05 9.16 18.1 3.4
CO HUERFANO COUNTY 7.93 38,242 6.53 13.81 59.32 30.0 3.8
CO DENVER COUNTY 10.74 68,069 3.18 26.61 20.53 30.5 3.6
CO GILPIN COUNTY 4.34 72,949 2.55 19.79 3.4
CO PROWERS COUNTY 14.10 42,455 3.32 16.95 27.66 38.6 4.0
CO BROOMFIELD COUNTY 4.78 96,924 2.93 20.12 15.68 9.2 3.4
CO BOULDER COUNTY 6.77 83,591 2.85 20.23 12.05 7.9 3.3
CO SAN MIGUEL COUNTY 11.82 69,458 3.51 20.38 3.6
CO KIOWA COUNTY 11.26 44,704 1.77 16.57 3.9

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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.