Schizophrenia statistics

Schizophrenia Statistics

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Overall cost of Schizophrenia treatment in the U.S.$ 62.7 billion
Direct health care cost of Schizophrenia in the U.S.$ 22.7 billion
Average age of Schizophrenia onset for Male18 years old
Average age of Schizophrenia onset for Female25 years old
The Prevalance Rate for schizophrenia is approximately1.1%
Total number of people that have Schizophrenia in the U.S.2,200,000
The situations of people diagonosed with Schizophrenia after 10 yearsPercentage
Completely Recover25%
Much Improved, relatively independent25%
Improved, but require extensive support network25%
Hospitalized, unimproved15%
Dead (Mostly Suicide)10%
Where are the people with SchizophreniaPercentage
homeless or live in shelters6%
Livein jails or prisons6%
Live in Hospitals5%
Live in Nursing homes10%
Live with a family member25%
Living independently28%
Live in Supervised Housing20%
The reasons that people with Schizophrenia do not receive treatmentPercentage
Wanted to solve problem on own32%
Thought the problem would get better by itself27%
Too expensive20%
Unsure about where to go for help18%
Help probably would not do any good17%
Health insurance would not cover treatment16%
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America, Schizophrenia.com
Research by Aaron Guo
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 4, 2016

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