Tables, maps, and datafiles defining the substate regions for each state and the District of Columbia.
National maps showing 2014-2016 estimates for 395 substate regions ranked from lowest to highest for each measure and divided into 7 categories.
Prevalence estimates for 15 measures of substance use and mental illness are provided along with 95% confidence intervals for persons aged 12 or older for the substance use measures, persons aged 18 or older for the mental illness measures, and persons aged 12-20 for one alcohol measure.
These are the state-level estimates for combined 2016 and 2017 NSDUHs. Part 1 is released in late November and part 2 in February after the close of the NSDUH data collection.
This document briefly describes one of these other data systems that publish state estimates and presents selected comparisons with NSDUH results: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) and Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS).
Received Mental Health Services in the Past Year, by Age Group and State.
Received Mental Health Services in the Past Year, by Age Group and State - Excel and CSV file
Received Mental Health Services in the Past Year, by Age Group and State
Methodological development of estimators of mental illness and their standard errors
The proposed study will utilize the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), which measures MDE and self-reported medical conditions among adolescents aged 12 to 17. Self-reported height and weight were also collected starting in 2013, from which body mass index will be computed. Initially, estimates of physical health...
This work will identify current and best practices for testing trends, especially in the context of NSDUH. Where possible, the historical context and rationale for current NSDUH methods will be summarized. The work also will offer alternative methods and will test these alternative methods using NSDUH data from 2002-2014. The...
This study will examine the associations between motivations for misuse of prescription medications and sociodemographic factors, SUD, MDE, mental illness, and suicidal ideation.
examine the impact of state, county, and metropolitan area level macroeconomic measures (primarily unemployment rates, but also other measures, such as employment to population ratio or personal income, when appropriate) on individual drug use.
This study will examine receipt of depression care and perceived helpfulness of depression care among adults with major depressive episodes (MDE) and with and without comorbid SUD.
This analysis will examine the overlap of marijuana, tobacco and alcohol use among youth in the US. DuPont had requested this analysis, Han rightly suggested an article with DuPont included as author.