These are the percentage estimates for the 2016-2017 at the state level.
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.
These summary sheets are 2015 and 2016 NSDUH estimates such as binge drinking, illicit drug use, and treatment use for bisexual, lesbian/gay, and sexual minorities.
These tables present national-level data from the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) for treatment discharges in 2015. In particular, these tables summarize demographic information and substance use treatment characteristics—including gender, age at admission, race/ethnicity, number of prior treatment episodes, treatment referral source, and length of stay in treatment—among discharges aged 12 years and older in 2015 from facilities that report to state administrative data systems.
The main objective of this methodological report is to provide comparisons between NSDUH and other national data sources for adult and adolescent mental health prevalence estimates, updating a previous report comparing 2009 NSDUH estimates with other data sources (Hedden et al., 2012).
The purpose of this report is to guide analysts interested in fitting regression models using data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) by providing them with methods for handling missing item values in regression analyses (MIVRA). The report includes a theoretical review of existing MIVRA methods, a simulation study that evaluates several of the more promising methods using existing NSDUH datasets, and a final chapter where the results of both the theoretical review and the simulation study are synthesized into guidance for analysts via decision trees.
This report presents national- and state-level data from the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) for admissions and discharges occurring in 2016, and trend data from 2006 to 2016. It summarizes demographic information and the characteristics and outcomes of treatment for alcohol and/or drug use among clients aged 12 years and older in facilities that report to individual state administrative data systems. Data include treatment admissions and discharges that were received and processed through March 16, 2018.
This report presents results from the Mental Health Client Level Data (MH-CLD) and Mental Health Treatment Episode Data Set (MH-TEDS) for individuals receiving mental health treatment services in 2016, as well as selected trends in data collected from such individuals between 2013 and 2016. The report provides information on mental health diagnoses, mental health treatment services, and demographic and substance use characteristics of individuals in mental health treatment in facilities that reported to individual state administrative data systems.
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.
Research indicates that the use of injectable drugs, like the use of other illicit drugs, varies by demographic group and geographic area. Methamphetamine use from 2002 to 2004, for example, was more prevalent in the West than in other regions of the country. Analysis of 2003 treatment admissions involving clients who injected their drugs of abuse showed that their profiles by race/ethnicity, gender, and region varied depending on the types of drugs they injected.