This bar chart shows differences between people in the subgroup of 4 or more urgent visits for Serious Mental Illness (SMI) in FY 2020, as compared to the entire sample of 1,700 people. The 4+ SMI urgent visits subgroup had higher rates for stimulant use disorder (75.7% vs 60.8%), depression (70.9% vs 47.2%), alcohol use disorder (50.5% vs 35.3%), cocaine use disorder (39.0% vs 25.7%), and opiate use disorder (32.3% vs 21.3%).