National maps showing 2016-2018 estimates for the 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.
Tables of prevalence estimates for persons aged 12 to 17, 18 to 25, 26 or older, and aged 18 or older.
Tables and maps defining the substate regions for each state and the District of Columbia.
Tables showing the 2014-2016 and 2016-2018 substate area estimates and the percent Bayesian confidence intervals along with an indication of statistical significance of the difference.
P-value tables to compare substate estimates within and across states for 2016-2018.
This is a table of contents for the state-specific 2017-2018 estimates. Just click on the link for each state to be taken to that state.
This is a table of contents for the state-specific 2016-2017 estimates. Just click on the link for each state to be taken to that state.
These are the 2016-2017 state estimates - in thousands format. There are Excel, CSV, and PDF formats.
These tables show the significance testing results between a particular state and other states or the national estimate. They are in CSV or Excel format.
These tables compare 2015-2016 state-level estimates to 2016-2017 state-level estimates.
These tables compare 2008-2009 state-level estimates to 2016-2017 state-level estimates.
The 116 national maps presented here show the 2016-2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) estimates for 30 substance use and mental health outcomes, by age group, for 50 states
and the District of Columbia.
States Categorized into Five Groups from Lowest to Highest Estimate, by Age Group: Percentages, Annual Averages Based on 2016 and 2017 NSDUHs
These tables are special analyses that include opioid use (or heroin use and prescription pain reliever misuse) or opioid use disorders as a variable. The NSDUH survey years used, as well as by-demographic group analyses, vary.