New for June 2017
More indicators from the Minnesota Student Survey, available by grade and gender (by county; by race and ethnicity (by region); and by sexual orientation (for the state):
New resources on cigarettes, e-cigarettes and other nicotine use: check out the Publications by Topic page, under Tobacco and Nicotine
Previous Additions to the Site:
Updated State and Community Epidemiological Profiles are Now Available
Check out how the state is faring in the Minnesota Epi Profile.
Read comparisons to national rates and trends among students and adults in this comprehensive report on substance use in Minnesota:
2017 Minnesota State Epidemiological Profile
For more in-depth data on specific populations in the state, read our community profiles:
African American Epi Profile 2017
Asian American Epi Profile 2017
Hispanic Epi Profile 2017
Hmong Youth Epi Profile 2017
Somali Youth Epi Profile 2017
LGBTQ Epi Profile 2017
Misuse of Prescription Drugs by Minnesota Students
Each of the indicators below is available by county, grade and sex;
by race or ethnicity and region; and by sexual orientation, for the
state as a whole. Links are to county/region data by sex.
Prescription Drug Misuse--students reporting using various prescription drugs in the past year, which were not prescribed for their own use:
New addition to the Gallery--A new infographic from Team EPIC in Roseau County, on teen substance use in the county.
More Minnesota Student Survey Indicators
Each of the indicators below is available by county, grade and sex; by race or ethnicity and region; and by sexual orientation, for the state as a whole. Links are to county/region data by sex.
Parental Disapproval--students reporting their parents would think it was wrong or very wrong for them to use substances:
Peer Disapproval--students reporting their friends would think it was wrong or very wrong for them to use substances:
Binge Drinking in the Past Month:
Age at First Use--rates for students reporting they first used alcohol or marijuana at age 13 or younger:
Perceived Risk of Harm--students think people risk moderate or great harm by using substances:
Use of Illicit Drugs in the Past Year:
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