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The same scale in the BRFSS revealed that serious psychological distress occurred in 4% in 35 states in 2007 and in 3.
Adult victims of IPV were more than three times as likely as unexposed adults to report serious psychological distress in the past year.
3 percent have serious psychological distress, ranking Oklahoma among the most mentally unhealthy states in the U.
Nearly 11% were determined to have probable serious psychological distress at the time of the interview.
Hispanics also have the state's highest percentage for serious psychological distress, according to the Department of Health's report, Health Behaviors and Conditions of Adult New Mexicans.
One-third of survivors with serious psychological distress reported using mental health services, whereas 18 percent said they could not afford mental health care during the previous year.
58 percent experiencing serious psychological distress.
The full report contains estimates for 22 measures of substance use including illicit drug use, tobacco use, substance dependence or abuse, needing but not receiving treatment and serious psychological distress.