Belmont Data Collaborative releases findings on Nashville’s mental health

Four of the top 10 most vulnerable ZIP codes in Middle Tennessee are in Nashville, and nine of Nashville’s 21 ZIP codes fall into the “high vulnerability” category, according to research compiled by Belmont University Data Collaborative through Project Well. Here's how that impacts the city's workforce and economy.

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