NAMIGrading the States: A Report on America's Health Care System for Serious Mental Illness
  HomeOverviewState by StateMethodologyRecommendationsFull ReportNewsroom

Take ActionDiscussTell a FriendDonateSubscribeAbout NAMI

See our new report: Grading the States 2009

 US Map

US Report Card

National Grade:


Category Grades:



Information Access:




Recovery Supports:

Washington Oregon California Idaho Nevada Arizona New Mexico Montana Wyoming Utah Colorado Texas Oklahoma North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Minnesota Iowa Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi Alabama Georgia Florida District of Columbia Maryland Delaware New Jersey Connecticut Rhode Island Massachussets New Hampshire Vermont Maine New York Pennsylvania West Virginia Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Ohio Kentucky Indiana Illinois Michigan Wisconsin Alaska Hawaii

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, presents this first comprehensive state-by-state analysis of mental health care systems in 15 years. Every U.S. state has been scored on 39 specific criteria resulting in an overall grade and four sub-category grades for each state. The national average grade is D. Five states receive grades in the B range. Eight receive Fs. None received As.

Select a state above to view its report card and NAMI's analysis. Use the navigation links on the left to explore the full site. Then, be sure to visit the Take Action area to find out how you can get involved and make a difference.


  |  Print this page