Using data collected from a telephone survey of residents of New York State, we investigated whether the disorder name affects the perceived need for treatment. The Stony Brook University Center for Survey Research collected data between April and June 2011. Random-digit dialing was used to obtain phone numbers, and the adult resident with the nearest birthday was interviewed. In total, 806 people participated. Weights based on population estimates of six demographic variables (gender, age, education, race, region within New York, and income) were applied to compensate for lower response rates in some groups.