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Counties of Minnesota Chisago Isanti Ramsey Anoka Washington Hennepin Benton Wright Dakota Scott Carver McLeod Mille Lacs Kanabec Wabasha Goodhue Rice Le Sueur Sibley Sherburne Meeker Renville Chippewa Stearns Morrison Pine Crow Wing Aitkin Brown Yellow Medicine Lac qui Parle Big Stone Traverse Wilkin Todd Wadena Cass Polk Red Lake Clearwater Becker Carlton Hubbard Norman Clay Mahnomen Beltrami Itasca Pennington Marshall Kittson Roseau Lake of the Woods Koochiching St. Louis Lake Cook Redwood Cottonwood Watonwan Steele Dodge Otter Tail Grant Douglas Stevens Pope Lyon Nicollet Lincoln Kandiyohi Swift Pepestone Murray Blue Earth Olmsted Winona Waseca Rock Nobles Jackson Martin Faribault Freeborn Mower Fillmore Houston

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    Percent of Total All Grades Students Reporting Skipping or Cutting Full Days of School During the Past 30 Days, 2016: by County

  • >11.7% to ≤27.2%
  • >9.1% to ≤11.7%
  • >7.2% to ≤9.1%
  • ≥1.6% to ≤7.2%
  • No data available

Spotlight News

New for 2018

Minnesota Student Survey Indicators:
We've added data on various protective factors for students, searchable by county, grade, gender, race, and sexual orientation:


Previous Additions to the Site:

Four-Page Race and Ethnicity Fact Sheets

For a brief look at how various communities are faring in our state, related to substance use and mental health, check out the recently-updated 4-page fact sheets:

Updated Treatment Data from the Drug and Alcohol Normative Evaluation System (DAANES)

Data are sorted by admissions for alcohol and admissions for drugs, under their respective Treatment tabs, and are available by county, age, gender, and race/ethnicity.

Updated Determined Child Maltreatment Data

Data for cases in Minnesota of determined child maltreatment (a risk factor for substance use) are now updated through 2015, and are available by county and region.

Indicators from the Minnesota Student Survey on Adverse Childhood Experiences

Students who report adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have higher risks of both substance use and mental health problems. See rates of individual ACEs, by county, sex, grade, race/ethnicity, and sexual orientation:

To read about the relationships between ACEs and substance use or mental health for Minnesota's children, please see the newly-updated ACEs and Substance Use SUMN Fact Sheet, or the other ACE resources on our Publications page.

Indicators from the Minnesota Student Survey on Adverse Childhood Experiences

Both students who engage in bullying behaviors, and those who experience bullying from other students, are at higher risk of substance use. See the data from the MSS on bullying:

For more information about the effects of both experiencing and engaging in bullying behaviors on Minnesota students, read the updated 2-page fact sheet: Bullying and Substance Use.

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


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