Overall, 37.0% of adolescents with a major depressive episode received any treatment for depression in the past year (2.8%, medications only; 21.7%, counseling only; and 12.5%, medications and counseling). No racial-ethnic differences were found in use of counseling only, but variations were noted for other categories (Figure 1). Use of any treatment was greater among whites (41.0%) than among blacks (27.5%) and Asians and Pacific Islanders (15.6%). Among whites the proportion using medications only (3.2%) was higher than among Asians and Pacific Islanders (<1%) and multiple-race adolescents (.8%). Use of medications and counseling was greater among whites (15.8%) than among blacks (3.9%), Asians and Pacific Islanders (3.3%), and Hispanics (9.1%).