by Michigan Department of Public Health, Center for Substance Abuse Services in [Lansing, Mich.] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Michigan. Center for Substance Abuse Services.|
|LC Classifications||HV5831.M5 A54 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various foliations) ;|
|LC Control Number||95621777|
Estimates of Substance Use in Michigan, Estimates of Substance Use in Michigan, Estimates of Substance Use in Michigan, The above reports summarize findings in NSDUH reports for corresponding years, and provide Michigan data by Substance Abuse Regional Coordinating Agencies. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism today released the first report from its National Longitudinal Alcohol Epidemiologic Survey (NLAES), including the most precise estimates to date of alcohol abuse and dependence among U.S. adults. The figures are reported by Bridget F. Grant, Ph.D., Ph.D., and colleagues in the current issue (Vol. 18, No. 3) of Alcohol. Many Indiana State Agencies, U.S. Government Agencies, and other organizations produce statistical files and publications, and a growing number of them place the statistics on the Internet. This guide provides direct links to many of the web statistical resources by subject. For economic and. Purpose of This Report Alcohol and drug abuse impose a variety of costs on our society. The aim of this study is to quantify the adverse outcomes of alcohol and drug abuse and express the magnitude of these consequences using the common metric of money. It is hoped that this information will contribute to a better understanding of the nature and magnitude of the impact of alcohol and drug.
The estimates selected to calculate persons in social welfare programs whose alcohol and/or drug use have qualified them for services are based on data obtained from programs or studies that apply rigorous criteria for assessing whether alcohol and drug abuse is a significant reason for qualifying or receiving social welfare benefits. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities. Fishers Ln, Rockville, MD SAMHSA-7 (). The prevalence rates of drug use among Rwandan adolescents and young adults fall with-in a range similar to other African countries. The prevalence of alcohol use in Kenya is quite high with a lifetime prevalence of % for respondents aged years and a current alcohol prevalence of % % for respondents aged by: View the data section to find federal surveys and reports with more detailed and up-to-date prevalence rates for alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug use and abuse.. Note: Getting accurate estimates of the prevalence of substance use and abuse among youth is difficult. These difficulties may occur for the following reasons: many national studies survey only students, but many at-risk youth do.
Twelve-month prevalence and population estimates of DSM-IV alcohol dependence by age, sex, and race-ethnicity: United States, – (NESARC) [ txt format] Trends in the month prevalence of DSM-IV alcohol abuse by age, sex, and race-ethnicity: United States, – (NLAES) and – (NESARC) [. These criteria encompass all types of drug-related events, including accidental ingestion and adverse reaction, as well as drug misuse or abuse. Because alcohol is considered an illicit drug for minors, alcohol abuse without the involvement of other drugs is considered a drug-related ED visit for patients under age Survey Design/Methodology. Michigan and County Drug Statistics The State of Michigan and its counties are experiencing the same substance abuse epidemic that has swept much of the nation. Here, we provide more information on the growing issue. Michigan In alone, 1, Michigan residents died of a drug overdose. Of these deaths, were directly caused by. Drug-Involved Overdose Deaths In the U.S., there w drug overdose deaths reported in , % fewer deaths than in The age-adjusted rate declined by % to per , standard population. 1 The decline follows an increasing trend in the rate from in to in Opioids were involved in 46, (a rate of ) overdose deaths in —nearly 70% of all.