The Facts

Adults who report feeling lonely often are more than twice as likely to develop depression as adults who report rarely or never feeling lonely. 1, 2

Statistics for Tulsa

Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder

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

Denominator: Population 18+

This statistic was calculated by dividing adults ages 18 and over with depression by the 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%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Ethnicity: Hispanic)

-18.4%

Latest change

+37.9%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Sex: Female)

+22.7%

Latest change

+64.1%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Sex: Male)

-1.5%

Latest change

+19.4%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Race: White)

+8.9%

Latest change

+36.8%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Race: Black)

-2.2%

Latest change

+154.2%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Race: Multiracial)

+79.5%

Latest change

+238.9%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Race: Native American)

+224.7%

Latest change

+61.4%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Income: $25,000 to $49,999)

-5.9%

Latest change

+26.4%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Income: $75,000 or more)

+17.5%

Latest change

+106.7%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Income: $50,000 to $74,999)

+11.8%

Latest change

+137.8%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Income: $15,000 to $24,999)

+26.7%

Latest change

+99.1%

Total change


Population ages 18 and older that has ever had a depressive disorder (Income: Less than $15,000)

+32.7%

Latest change

+23.7%

Total change

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