Population Data / NSDUH

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) is the primary source of information on the prevalence, patterns, and consequences of alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drug use and abuse and mental disorders in the U.S. civilian, non-institutionalized population, age 12 and older. The survey generates estimates at the National, state, and substate levels. Read More about Population Data / NSDUH >

Data Tables

Data Tables

A table showing data from one survey.
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Substate/Metro Reports

Substate/Metro Reports

Reports that cover multiple substate areas such as cities or counties in one State.
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State Reports

State Reports

Reports that covers a specific, defined State.
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National Data

National Data

One chart snapshot of selected topic.
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Data Reviews

Data Reviews

Brief data analysis using recent survey.
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Spotlights

Spotlights

One chart snapshots of selected topics.
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Short Reports

Short Reports

Quick facts about selected substance abuse and mental health topics
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Methodology & Questionnaires

Methodology & Questionnaires

Reports in the Methodology Series address methodological issues concerning data collection systems conducted by SAMHSA's CBHSQ. These reports include studies of new statistical techniques and theories, survey methods, sample design, survey instrument design, objective evaluations of the reliability of collected data, and a series of questions used to conduct a survey.
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All Population Data / NSDUH

All Population Data / NSDUH

View all reports with population and prevalence data.
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Last Updated: 04/29/2016