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2014

Few Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Are Referred by Employers (PDF - 519 KB)
Alcohol and Drug Combinations Are More Likely to Have a Serious Outcome Than Alcohol Alone in Emergency Department Visits Involving Underage Drinking (PDF - 655 KB)
Nearly Half of Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Offer Counseling or Medication to Help Clients Quit Tobacco Use (PDF - 523 KB)
Teens in Foster Care Are Less Likely to Talk with Parent or Guardian about the Dangers of Substance Use (PDF - 756 KB)
Use of Behavioral Health Services Is Expected to Increase under the Affordable Care Act (PDF - 488 KB)
Half of All Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Accept Teen Clients (PDF - 638 KB)
Half of Adults with Serious Thoughts of Suicide Did Not Receive Mental Health Services (PDF - 791 KB)
3.1 Million Adults with Mental Illness Were Unemployed (PDF - 750 KB)
1 in 10 Energy Drink-Related Emergency Department Visits Results in Hospitalization (PDF - 600 KB)
More than One Third of Adults with Major Depressive Episode Did Not Talk to a Professional (PDF - 804 KB)
1 in 11 Past Year Illicit Drug Users Had Serious Thoughts of Suicide (PDF - 740 KB)
Twenty-one Percent of Veterans in Substance Abuse Treatment Were Homeless (PDF - 489 KB)

2013

39 Percent of Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Offer Transportation Assistance to Treatment (PDF - 566 KB)
Ecstasy-Related Emergency Department Visits by Young People Increased between 2005 and 2011; Alcohol Involvement Remains a Concern (PDF - 628 KB)
6.8 Million Adults Had Both Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorder in 2011 (PDF - 736 KB)
Two Thirds of Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Offer Mental Health Screening (PDF - 579 KB)
Hispanic Subgroups Differ in Rates of Substance Use Treatment Need and Receipt (PDF - 742 KB)
Affordability Most Frequent Reason for Not Receiving Mental Health Services (PDF - 778 KB)
"Bath Salts" Were Involved in over 20,000 Drug-Related Emergency Department Visits in 2011 (PDF - 557 KB)
18 Percent of Pregnant Women Drink Alcohol during Early Pregnancy (PDF - 741 KB)
Emergency Department Visits Involving Nonmedical Use of Central Nervous System Stimulants among Adults Aged 18 to 34 Increased between 2005 and 2011 (PDF - 419 KB)
Trends in Substances of Abuse among Pregnant Women and Women of Childbearing Age in Treatment (PDF - 290 KB)
Smoking Rate among Adults with Serious Psychological Distress Remains High (PDF - 299 KB)
Forty-Two Percent of Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Offer On-Site Screening for Infectious Diseases (PDF - 288 KB)
64 Percent of Asian and Pacific Islander Treatment Admissions Name Alcohol as Their Problem (PDF - 276 KB)
1 in 5 Parents Think What They Say Has Little Influence on Their Child's Substance Use (PDF - 526 KB)
Suicidal Thoughts among Asians, Native Hawaiians, or Other Pacific Islanders (PDF - 496 KB)
Adults with Mental Illness or Substance Use Disorder Account for 40 Percent of All Cigarettes Smoked (PDF - 162 KB)
Emergency Department Visits among Children: Psychotherapeutic Drugs Involved in Adverse Reactions or Taken by Accident (PDF - 399 KB)
Cigarette Smoking Decreases among All Adults Except Those Aged 26 to 34 (PDF - 564 KB)
Non-Hispanic Black Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions for Cocaine Decreased from 2000 to 2010 (PDF - 276 KB)

2012

Nearly One Third of College Student Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions with Co-occurring Mental Disorders Abuse Prescription Drugs (PDF - 324 KB)
Drug Misuse or Abuse-Related Emergency Department Visits Involving Nonmedical Use of Pharmaceuticals Vary by Gender among Older Adolescents (PDF - 397 KB)
Emergency Department Visits Involving Marijuana among Adolescents Aged 15 to 17: Increase from 2005 to 2010 Varied by Gender (PDF - 54 KB)
Half of Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions among Veterans Aged 21 to 39 Involve Alcohol as the Primary Substance of Abuse (PDF - 60 KB)
Almost Half of American Indian and Alaska Native Adult Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Are Referred through the Criminal Justice System (PDF - 65 KB)
Substance Abuse Facilities with Services in Spanish Are Available in All Regions for Hispanic Clients Admitted to Treatment in 2010 (PDF - 63 KB)
Emergency Department Visits for Drug-Related Suicide Attempts Involving Antidepressants More Likely to Result in Follow-up Care among Adolescents (PDF - 60 KB)
Teens Whose Parents Have Alcohol Problems Are at Increased Risk of Alcohol Use (PDF - 112 KB)
8.6 Million Adults Had Suicidal Thoughts in Past Year (PDF - 135 KB)
Nearly 40 Percent of Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Report Alcohol-Drug Combinations (PDF - 111 KB)
Youths in Therapeutic Foster Care at Elevated Risk for Substance Use (PDF - 109 KB)
Emergency Department Visits for Drug-Related Suicide Attempts among Males: 2004 to 2009 (PDF - 111 KB)
Heavy Drinkers Unlikely to Receive Treatment (PDF - 109 KB)
Adverse Drug Reactions Are Often the Reason for Emergency Department Visits Resulting in Hospitalization among Older Adults (PDF - 113 KB)
Asian and Pacific Islander Treatment Admissions Are Three Times More Likely to Report Primary Methamphetamine Abuse (PDF - 110 KB)
Substance Use during Pregnancy Varies by Race and Ethnicity (PDF - 313 KB)
Emergency Department Visits for Accidental Medication Ingestion; Visits by 1 and 2 Year Olds Are Most Common (PDF - 189 KB)
One in Three Diabetic Young Adults Reports Past Month Binge Drinking (PDF - 285 KB)
Half of All Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities and More than Three Quarters of Those Owned by Tribal Governments Offer Outreach Services (PDF - 308 KB)
Half of Women on Probation or Parole Experience Mental Illness (PDF - 133 KB)
Fewer than One in Eight Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Are Referred to Treatment by Schools (PDF - 179 KB)
More than 7 Million Children Live with a Parent with Alcohol Problems (PDF - 127 KB)
Nearly Half of College Student Treatment Admissions Were for Primary Alcohol Abuse (PDF - 102 KB)
Major Depressive Episode among Adolescents Living in Poverty (PDF - 103 KB)
Older Adult Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Have Increased; Number of Special Treatment Programs for This Population Has Decreased (PDF - 104 KB)

2011

One Quarter of Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Provide Spanish-Speaking Staff Counselors (PDF - 138 KB)
Adults Represent Majority of Inhalant Treatment Admissions (PDF - 114 KB)
Substance Abuse Treatment Referrals for DUI/DWI Have Increased among Men Younger than 40 and Women Younger than 50 (PDF - 118 KB)
Nearly Half of Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Offer Mentoring and Other Peer Support Services (PDF - 114 KB)
Drug-Related Emergency Department Visits and the Follow-Up Care of Patients Experiencing Homelessness (PDF - 107 KB)
Individuals Admitted to Substance Abuse Treatment Have Less Education than the General U.S. Population (PDF - 128 KB)
Adolescents Living with a Parent Who Drives Under the Influence Are at Increased Risk for Driving Under the Influence Themselves (PDF - 187 KB)
Youths Living with a Veteran Father Are More Likely to Use Illicit Drugs, Tobacco, or Alcohol (PDF - 106 KB)
Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions of Individuals Not in the Labor Force because of a Disability (PDF - 194 KB)
Young Marijuana Users Often Get Marijuana for Free from Friends (PDF - 102 KB)
Recovery Support Services Offered in Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities (PDF - 106 KB)
Medical Emergencies Resulting from Suicide Attempts Using Over-the-Counter Sleeping Aids (PDF - 96 KB)
Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs Operate at 89 Percent of Capacity (PDF - 136 KB)
Three in Five Employees Have Access to Employee Assistance Programs for Substance Use Disorders (PDF - 111 KB)
Underage Drinking-related Hospital Emergency Department Visits Double for Underage Males During July 4th Weekend (PDF - 138 KB)
One in Four Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Offers Services in Sign Language (PDF - 125 KB)
Alcohol Dependence Is More Likely among Adults with Mental Illness than Adults without Mental Illness (PDF - 108 KB)
Availability of Asian Language Substance Abuse Treatment Counselors Varies by Region (PDF - 137 KB)
Most Adults with Alcohol Problems Do Not Recognize Their Need for Treatment (PDF - 100 KB)
Most Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Offer Individual or Group Counseling; Half or More Offer Marital or Family Counseling (PDF - 108 KB)
Young Alcohol Users Often Get Alcohol from Family or Home (PDF - 115 KB)

2010

One Fifth of Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions among Persons Aged 50 or Older Are Homeless (PDF - 230 KB)
Emergency Room Visits for Underage Alcohol Use Nearly Double during the Fourth of July Weekend (PDF - 163 KB)
Adolescents Who Participate in Extracurricular Activities Less Likely to Use Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Illicit Drugs (PDF - 1.9 MB)
Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for Gays and Lesbians (PDF - 117 KB)
Emergency Room Visits for Underage Drinking Increase over Memorial Day Weekend (PDF - 158 KB)

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