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State Reports on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Illegal Drug Use

State Level Data on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Illegal Drug Use

State level estimates of alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drug use for all the individual States are available from OAS since 1999.  This innovation resulted from the implementation of a national survey design with representative State samples, increased sample size, and newly available analytic software.  

bulletTopics with State level data  (underage drinking, alcohol, mental health, mortality, treatment gap, etc.)

bulletLinks to specific States and their data

bulletLinks to State treatment planning areas and their data

bulletState treatment data:    State substance abuse facility and treatment admissions data

bulletFull reports by year: 20092008,  2007,   2006,     2005,   2004 2003,   2002,  2001,  2000,  1999     1991-93  

bulletShort reports  (also see Topics with State level data above)

bulletVariables:  Alcohol, drug use, & mental health by State:   2004  2003

bulletTrends:    Substance use by drug, age group & State includes changes between years

bulletMaps 2007,  2006,    2005,    2004,   2003,  2002,   2001,  2000,  1999 Youth only

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