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People with strong perceptions of community belongingness are 2.6 times more likely to report good or excellent health than people with a low sense of belongingness. 1, 2

Statistics for Tulsa

Public

Mental Health: Depression

2021

Source: Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS): Treatment Admission

Denominator: Population 18+

This statistic shows adults who have been diagnosed with depression. It was calculated by dividing adults ages 18 and over with depression by the total population of adults ages 18 and over. Note: data from the disaggregates are from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS).

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+15.8%

Latest change

+49.2%

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-18.4%

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+37.9%

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+22.7%

Latest change

+64.1%

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-1.5%

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+19.4%

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-5.9%

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+26.4%

Total change


+17.5%

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+106.7%

Total change


+11.8%

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+137.8%

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+26.7%

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+99.1%

Total change


+32.7%

Latest change

+23.7%

Total change


+8.9%

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+36.8%

Total change


-2.2%

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+154.2%

Total change


+79.5%

Latest change

+238.9%

Total change


+224.7%

Latest change

+61.4%

Total change

Public

Physical Health: Unhealthy Days

2021

Source: CDC - PLACES: Local Data for Better Health

Denominator: Total Population

This statistic refers to the adults ages 18 and older who reported their physical health was not good for at least 14 of the last 30 days at the time of data collection. To calculate the total number of adults who reported in this way (numerator value), we used the percentage value provided by the CDC and multiplied this value by the total adult population.

+0.8%

Latest change

-11.8%

Total change

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