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Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression

The percentage of adults who report being diagnosed with major depression.

Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression

11.7
9.8
Comparison: U.S. Value 

9.8

percent
Measurement Period: 2011

County: Douglas

Data Source: 2011 PRC Community Health Needs Assessment
Technical Note: The regional value is compared to the national value; national data are derived from the PRC National Health Survey. U.S. value is available, 2011.
Maintained By: Live Well Omaha and the Douglas County Health Department
Last Updated: December 2011

Why is this important?

Depression is a mental illness that can be costly and debilitating to sufferers. Depression can adversely affect the course and outcome of common chronic conditions, such as arthritis, asthma, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and obesity. Depression also can result in increased work absenteeism, short-term disability, and decreased productivity. In turn, problems with physical health, such as chronic diseases, can have a serious impact on mental health and decrease a person's ability to participate in treatment and recovery.

Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression : Time Series

2008: 6.6 2011: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by Age Group

18-39: 9.7 40-64: 11.1 65+: 7.5 Overall: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by Gender

Female: 11.6 Male: 8.0 Overall: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by income

Low Income: 15.7 Mid/High Income: 7.5 Overall: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by Race/Rthnicity

Black, non-Hispanic: 11.1 Hispanic: 7.8 White, non-Hispanic: 9.4 Overall: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by Region

Northeast Omaha: 14.0 Southeast Omaha: 8.0 Northwest Omaha: 11.0 Southwest Omaha: 6.5 Western Douglas County: 5.9 Overall: 9.8

percent

Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression

Comparison: Prior Value 

9.8

percent
Measurement Period: 2011

County: Douglas

Data Source: 2011 PRC Community Health Needs Assessment
Technical Note: The trend is a comparison between the most recent and previous measurement periods. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the trend.
Maintained By: Live Well Omaha and the Douglas County Health Department
Last Updated: December 2011

Why is this important?

Depression is a mental illness that can be costly and debilitating to sufferers. Depression can adversely affect the course and outcome of common chronic conditions, such as arthritis, asthma, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and obesity. Depression also can result in increased work absenteeism, short-term disability, and decreased productivity. In turn, problems with physical health, such as chronic diseases, can have a serious impact on mental health and decrease a person's ability to participate in treatment and recovery.

Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression : Time Series

2008: 6.6 2011: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by Age Group

18-39: 9.7 40-64: 11.1 65+: 7.5 Overall: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by Gender

Female: 11.6 Male: 8.0 Overall: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by income

Low Income: 15.7 Mid/High Income: 7.5 Overall: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by Race/Rthnicity

Black, non-Hispanic: 11.1 Hispanic: 7.8 White, non-Hispanic: 9.4 Overall: 9.8

percent

Percent of Adults Diagnosed With Major Depression, by Region

Northeast Omaha: 14.0 Southeast Omaha: 8.0 Northwest Omaha: 11.0 Southwest Omaha: 6.5 Western Douglas County: 5.9 Overall: 9.8

percent