Yop Poll Archive

Will you be considering changing your health insurance plan for the coming year?
Does your primary care provider ask you about your personal safety?
Should mental health providers assess for intimate partner violence?
Does your (or your loved one’s) mental health provider explain why they recommend a particular treatment?
Does your (or your loved one’s) mental health provider explain why they recommend a particular treatment?
Does your (or your loved one’s) mental health provider explain why they recommend a particular treatment?
Does your (or your loved one’s) mental health provider explain why they recommend a particular treatment?
Does your (or your loved one’s) mental health provider explain why they recommend a particular treatment?
Would you rather be diagnosed and treated for depression by your primary care provider or a mental health professional?
Would you rather be diagnosed and treated for depression by your primary care provider or a mental health professional?
Have you experienced coordinated care, where physical and mental health conditions are managed in concert?
Have you experienced coordinated care, where physical and mental health conditions are managed in concert?
Would you use coordinated care if your providers offered it?
If Peer Specialist services were available to help you or your loved one with mental health care, would you use them?
The VA makes peer support services available to Veterans in treatment. Should non-Veterans have access to peer support as a part of mental health care?
Would you support legislation that places limits on the amount of money consumers would pay for medications?
Have you or a family member been denied coverage for mental health care?
Does your treatment plan, or the treatment plan of your loved one, account for what happens during your workday?
Does your treatment plan, or the treatment plan of your loved one, account for what happens during your workday?
In your experience, is work a part of discussion with mental health providers?
In your experience, is work a part of discussion with mental health providers?
If you had a mental health condition that significantly impaired your functioning, would you consider taking time off from work?
Do you have family or friends who can’t take a sick day off from work without risking their income or job?
Do you think your provider respects how your spirituality or faith affects your treatment?
What’s your current advocacy priority, federal or state?
What’s your current advocacy priority, federal or state?
How would you rate your most recent experience at a hospital emergency department for a mental health emergency, whether for yourself or a loved one?
Would you consider receiving crisis care at an alternative facility rather than the hospital emergency department?
Do you think family members should have more rights than they currently do in psychiatric emergency situations?
Do you think family members should have more rights than they currently do in psychiatric emergency situations?
Should children of elementary school age be introduced to suicide prevention programs?
Does your faith community provide support on mental health issues?
Have you experienced “patient-centered care,” where you collaborate with your clinician and your family in a way that addresses your whole health?
Do you believe that your local public mental health service provides patient-centric care?
Has your treatment provider worked with you to achieve your goals? (Examples are returning to work or school, being able to participate in particular activities, etc.)
Should elementary school children be taught skills for emotional health?
Should elementary school children be taught skills for emotional health?
Should local schools provide mental health awareness and suicide prevention training for students?
Does your college or university (where you attend, or a relative attends, or a nearby school) provide enough mental health supports for students?
Were/are you able to find mental health support at college?
Have schools provided needed accommodations for mental health for yourself or a loved one?
Are colleges and universities doing enough to address the mental health of students?
Which do you think provides more effective care for people living with mood disorders: collaborative care (with the primary care provider, psychiatrist, and case manager together in one practice) or siloed care (with mental health care separate from primary care and no case manager)?
Would you participate in a peer-led program to support your mental health recovery?
Do you feel equipped to support veterans in your faith community?
In 2015, did your health insurance plan coverage meet your expectations?
Does your health insurance (or Medicare or Medicaid) use tiers for prescription medicine co-pays (e.g., lowest cost for generic, middle cost for preferred name brand, high cost for non-preferred name brand)?
Do you believe that mental health practitioners should inquire about the role of faith for the people living with mood disorders that they see?
If a vote were taken on the mental health reform bills in Congress (H.R. 2646 and S. 1945) now, would you want them to be approved or not?
In 2016, do you expect that the mental health care system will be improved?
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