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Table 1 Prevalence of mental health utilization patterns among women in low-risk (Group 1), medium-risk (Group 2), high-risk (Group 3) groups

From: Factors influencing the underutilization of mental health services among Asian American women with a history of depression and suicide

Mental health utilization characteristics Total sample Low risk (G1) Medium risk (G2) High risk (G3) Testing
Women without current depression or lifetime suicidal ideation/attempt Women with either current depression or lifetime suicidal ideation/attempt Women with current depression and lifetime suicidal ideation/attempt
(n =701)
n, %
(n =401)
n, %
(n = 226)
n, %
(n = 73)
n, %
Any mental health care 86/700a 43/401 49/225a 27/72a χ2 = 36.2
12.3 % 10.7 % 21.8 % 37.5 % p = 0.0001
Minimally adequate mental health care (at least 4 times) 50/700a 16/401 20/225a 14/72a χ2 = 23.4
7.15 % 4 % 8.9 % 19.4 % p = 0.0001
Minimally adequate mental health care (at least 8 times) 28/700a 13/401 13/225a 11/72a χ2 = 17.8
4 % 3.2 % 5.8 % 15.3 % p = 0.0001
Intensive mental health care 24/701 15/401 25/226 13/72a χ2 = 23.6
3.4 % 3.7 % 11.1 % 18.1 % p = 0.0001
  1. G1 refers to Group 1, G2 refers to Group 2, and G3 refers to Group 3
  2. aIn G1, G2, G3, there was one missing value in some of the mental health utilization outcomes