About one in five working-age adults reporting serious psychological distress lacked health insurance when surveyed in the first nine months of 2015, down from 28% in 2012, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Among those with health insurance, 45% had public coverage and 38% had private coverage. About one-third of working-age adults with serious psychological distress had seen or talked to a mental health professional in the past 12 months, down from 42% in 2012. About one-quarter of those with serious psychological distress reported forgoing medical care due to cost, down from one-third in 2012.