A survey of Nebraskans who use or have used state services for treatment of substance abuse and mental health issues shows most are satisfied with the services.
The state Department of Health and Human Services says 85 percent of the roughly 1,125 people polled in the state-commissioned survey reported being satisfied with behavioral health services.
The survey also shows that more than 75 percent were satisfied with their level of involvement with the treatment plan, 82 percent thought services were accessible and 82 percent thought the services increased their level of functioning.
The state offers services for substance abuse and mental health issues through its six behavioral health regions and one regional center that still offers psychiatric services.
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