by Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Washington State Dept. of Social and Health Services, [Distributed by] Washington State Substance Abuse Coalition (12729 NE 20th #18, Belevue [sic] 98005) in Olympia, Wash, Belevue [sic] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Abuse trends in Washington State : technical report, Tobacco, alcohol and other drug abuse trends in Washington State : technical appendix|
|Statement||Craig S. Leedham.|
|Contributions||Ploeger-Dizon, Cary A., Washington (State). Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 92 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||98113737|
11 Tobacco, Alcohol, & Other Drug Abuse Trends in Washington State, Div. Alcohol & Substance Abuse, Report. 12 F.A.S. Times, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Family Resource Institute Newsletter, Spring 13 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. State Resources and Services Related to Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Problems. Chemical Health Concerns Tobacco, alcohol and other drug use can affect anyone, no matter their gender, race, ethnicity, or income level. Preventing chemical use and abuse in our communities is the first step to eliminating the issues associated with tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs, such as chronic disease, injuries, decreased productivity, and social and family disruptions. The survey provides up-to-date information on tobacco, alcohol, and drug use, mental health, and other health-related issues among people ages 12 and over. View the National Survey of Drug Use and Health, Trends in Prevalence of Various Drugs Table. Survey information can be found on the SAMHSA website. National Drug Early Warning System (NDEWS). Resources: Source material for this Alcohol Alert originally appeared in Alcohol Research & Health, Vol Number 3, Articles highlight the latest research on alcohol and tobacco, including the prevalence of alcohol and tobacco use and co-use, biological mechanisms and genetic factors behind co-use, and strategies to treat patients with co-occurring alcohol and tobacco addiction.
See also: WA State Opioids/Major Drugs Interactive Data-- ADAI's interactive data charts and maps of opioid and major drugs trends. The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute Library and the ADAI Drug Use Epidemiology Reporting Project at the University of Washington developed this website as a place to gather existing data and resources about alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use in Washington State. Youth alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use is a significant public health concern linked to a wide range of academic, social, and health problems (1).Alcohol is the most widely used substance among the nation's young people and initiation peaks in the years between Grades 7 and 11 (2).Underage drinking is associated with risky health behaviors (e.g., unsafe sexual practices), injuries, motor. In , Washington State voters approved Initiative which created a legal, commercial marijuana system. University of Washington Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute A one-stop source of marijuana information in Washington state Washington State Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drug Trends. Society pays a high price for substance abuse and addiction. A recent report from the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) calculates the national cost of tobacco, alcohol, and other drug abuse and addiction in at $ billion in federal and state funds with an additional $ billion of local funds.
The misuse and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs, and prescription medications affect the health and well-being of millions of Americans. SAMHSA’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health (PDF | MB) reports that approximately million people aged 12 or older had a substance use disorder in the past year. Get this from a library! Tobacco, alcohol, and other drug abuse trends in Washington State: report.. [Washington (State). Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse.;]. Tobacco, Alcohol & Drugs Trends in Washington State report Tobacco, Alcohol, and Other Drug Abuse Trends in Washington State is an annually published reference tool that can be used to measure progress in the state's effort to prevent and treat substance abuse. This year's report finds declining trends in adolescent drug and tobacco use. Trends and Takeaways: Widespread usage of illegal drugs does not necessarily correlate to widespread usage of legal items such as tobacco and alcohol. Kentucky, for example, came in 40th for illicit drug use but #1 for tobacco use. While illicit drugs are dangerous, legal substances can be as dangerous or more dangerous.