Canadian First Nations youth receiving treatment for mental health issues 2015-2016

This statistic shows the percentage of Canadian First Nations youth that had been diagnosed with select mental health disorders and were receiving treatment for those disorders as of 2015-2016. According to the survey, 48.1 percent of youth with ADD/ADHD had received treatment for their disorder.

Percentage of Canadian First Nations youth that were diagnosed with select mental health conditions and receiving treatment as of 2015-2016

Percentage of respondents
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Release date

March 2018



Survey time period

March 2015 to December 2016

Number of respondents

4,968 respondents

Age group

12 to 17 years

Special properties

253 communities

Supplementary notes

*High sampling variability, interpret with caution.

** Suppressed due to small cell size or extreme sampling variability.

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