A new survey shows most adults who received Nebraska state behavioral health services last year were satisfied with their treatment.
The state-commissioned report released Monday found that 84 percent were satisfied with the care they received in 2011, compared to 85 percent the previous year.
The survey asked about both mental health and substance abuse services.
Results came from more than 1,400 adults.
The public system includes Nebraska's six behavioral health regions, which offer direct services, and one of the state's regional centers in Lincoln, which offers general psychiatric services.