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Focus Area 26: Substance Abuse Progress Review. October 13, 2004. The Burden of Substance Abuse. Substance abuse, including smoking, illegal drugs, and alcohol, costs our Nation more than $484 billion per year. Illicit drug use alone accounts for about $161 billion .

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Focus Area 26:Substance AbuseProgress Review

October 13, 2004


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The Burden of Substance Abuse

  • Substance abuse, including smoking, illegal drugs, and alcohol, costs our Nation more than $484 billion per year. Illicit drug use alone accounts for about $161 billion.

  • Drug abuse is inextricably linked with adverse effects such as infectious diseases, crime, accidents, and teenage pregnancies.

  • Approximately half of those suffering from a chronic alcohol or drug disorder also suffer from a chronic psychiatric disorder.

Source: Excerpt from SAMHSA & NIH/NIDA congressional appropriations testimonies, 2004.


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M

M

Substance Abuse Objectives

26-9 Substance-free youth

26-1 Motor vehicle crash deaths and

injuries

Average age 1st use - Alcohol

Average age 1st use - Marijuana

HS Sr. never using - Alcohol

HS Sr. never using – Illicit drugs

TBD

TBD

Alcohol-related deaths

Alcohol-related injuries

Drug-related deaths

Drug-related injuries

26-10 Adolescent and adult use of illicit

substances

26-2 Cirrhosis deaths

No alcohol/ illicit drugs in 30+ days -

Adolescents

No marijuana in 30+ days -

Adolescents

No illicit drugs in 30+ days - Adults

26-3 Drug induced deaths

TBD

26-4 Drug-related hospital ER visits

TBD

26-5 Alcohol-related hospital ER

visits

TBD

TBD

26-6 Adolescents riding with a driver

who has been drinking

26-11 Binge drinking

In past 2 weeks - HS seniors

In past 2 weeks - College students

In past month - Adults

In past month - Adolescents

26-7 Alcohol- and drug-related

violence

TBD

TBD

26-8 Lost productivity

TBD

Target met

Improving

No change

Getting worse

Cannot assess

Target to be determined


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M

M

Substance Abuse Objectives (cont.)

26-17 Perception of risk

26-12 Average annual alcohol

consumption

Consuming 5+ alcoholic drinks

Smoking marijuana once per month

Using cocaine once per month

TBD

TBD

26-13 Low-risk drinking among adults

Females

Males

TBD

26-18 Treatment gap for illicit drugs

26-19 Treatment in correctional

institutions

26-14 Steroid use among adolescents

8th graders

10th graders

12th graders

26-20 Treatment for injection drug use

TBD

26-21 Treatment gap for problem alcohol

use

26-15 Inhalant use among adolescents

TBD

26-22 Hospital emergency department

referrals

26-16 Disapproval – substance abuse

1-2 drinks every day - 8th graders

1-2 drinks every day - 10th graders

1-2 drinks every day - 12th graders

Marijuana once/twice - 8th graders

Marijuana once/twice - 10th graders

Marijuana once/twice - 12th graders

26-23 Community partnerships/coalitions

26-24 Administrative license revocation

laws

26-25 BAC levels for motor vehicle

drivers

TBD

Target met

Improving

No change

Getting worse

Cannot assess

Target to be determined


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Highlighted Objectives

Adolescents

26-9d Youth free of illicit drugs

26-10b Adolescent use of marijuana

26-11a Binge drinking – 12th grade

26-14 Steroid use – 8th, 10th, and 12th grades

26-16c Disapproval of regular drinking

26-16f Disapproval of marijuana use


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90

60

30

0

Use of Drugs & Marijuana and Disapproval of Marijuana: 12th Grade

Percent

2010 Target: Disapproval of Marijuana

Disapproval of trying marijuana once or twice

Objs. 26-9d & 26-16f

Source: Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), NIH, NIDA.


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90

60

30

0

Use of Drugs & Marijuana and Disapproval of Marijuana: 12th Grade

Percent

2010 Target: Disapproval of Marijuana

Disapproval of trying marijuana once or twice

Ever used marijuana

Objs. 26-9d & 26-16f

Source: Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), NIH, NIDA.


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90

60

30

0

Use of Drugs & Marijuana and Disapproval of Marijuana: 12th Grade

Percent

2010 Target: Disapproval of Marijuana

Ever used illicit drugs

2010 Target:

Illicit drug use

Disapproval of trying marijuana once or twice

Ever used marijuana

Note: Use of illicit drugs is the converse of Obj. 26-9d which tracks never using any illicit drugs.

Objs. 26-9d & 26-16f

Source: Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), NIH, NIDA.


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20

15

10

5

0

Marijuana Use, 2002 & 2003:Ages 12-17 Years

Percent

2002

Male

Female

American

Indian

Asian

Black

White

Hispanic

Total

Note: Adolescents reporting marijuana use in the past 30 days.

Obj. 26-10b

SOURCE: National Survey on Drug Use & Health (NSDUH), SAMHSA.


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20

15

10

5

0

Marijuana Use, 2002 & 2003:Ages 12-17 Years

Percent

2002

2003

Male

Female

American

Indian

Asian

Black

White

Hispanic

Total

Note: Adolescents reporting marijuana use in the past 30 days.

Obj. 26-10b

SOURCE: National Survey on Drug Use & Health (NSDUH), SAMHSA.


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Illicit Steroid Use in the Past Year:8th, 10th, and 12th Graders

Percent

3.0

2.5

2.0

1.5

1.0

8th Grade

.5

2010 Target

0

Objs. 26-14a, b, and c

Source: Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), NIH, NIDA.


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Illicit Steroid Use in the Past Year:8th, 10th, and 12th Graders

Percent

3.0

2.5

2.0

10th Grade

1.5

1.0

8th Grade

.5

2010 Target

0

Objs. 26-14a, b, and c

Source: Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), NIH, NIDA.


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Illicit Steroid Use in the Past Year:8th, 10th, and 12th Graders

Percent

3.0

2.5

2.0

10th Grade

12th Grade

1.5

1.0

8th Grade

.5

2010 Target

0

Objs. 26-14a, b, and c

Source: Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), NIH, NIDA.


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Binge Drinking and Disapproval of Regular Drinking: 12th Grade

Percent

90

2010 Target: Disapproval of regular drinking

Disapproval of 1-2 drinks/day

60

30

0

Objs. 26-11a & 26-16c

Source: Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), NIH, NIDA.


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Binge Drinking and Disapproval of Regular Drinking: 12th Grade

Percent

90

2010 Target: Disapproval of regular drinking

Disapproval of 1-2 drinks/day

60

Binge Drinking

30

2010 Target: Binge drinking

0

Note: Binge drinking is defined as having 5+ alcoholic drinks in a row during the past 2 weeks.

Objs. 26-11a & 26-16c

Source: Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), NIH, NIDA.


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Highlighted Objectives Grade

Adults

26-1a Motor vehicle crash deaths – Alcohol related

26-10c Use of illicit drugs

26-12 Average annual alcohol consumption

26-13 Low-risk drinking – Females and Males

26-24 Administrative license revocation (ALR) laws

26-25 Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels for motor vehicle drivers


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Annual Per Capita Alcohol Consumption: Ages 14 Years and Over

Gallons of Ethanol

2010 Target

2.5

2.4

2.3

2.2

2.18

2.16

2.1

2.14

2.14

2.0

1.9

1.8

1.7

1.6

1.5

1997

1998

1999

2000

Obj. 26-12

SOURCE: Alcohol Epidemiologic Data System (AEDS), NIH, NIAAA.


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Guidelines for low-risk drinking are as follows: Over

In a typical week — no more than 14 drinks (men) or no more than 7 drinks (women),

On any day — no more than 4 drinks (men) or no more than 3 drinks (women)

Source: Helping Patients With Alcohol Problems: A Health Practitioner’s Guide (NIAAA, 2004).


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Drinkers Exceeding Guidelines for Low-Risk Drinking, 2002: Ages 18 Years and Over

Percent

2010 Targets

Male

Female

College

HS grad

> HS

Hispanic

White

Black

Hawaiian

Asian

American

Indian

Total

Note: Data are for current (in the past year) drinkers.

Objs. 26-13a & b

SOURCE: National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions, NIAAA, NIH.


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Alcohol-Related Motor Vehicle Fatalities by BAC Level Ages 18 Years and Over

Per 100,000 population

12

BAC = 0.00 (no alcohol)

10

8

6

4

2

0

Note: BAC is the Blood Alcohol Concentration.

Obj. 26-1a

Source: Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), Department of Transportation (DOT), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).


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Alcohol-Related Motor Vehicle Fatalities by BAC Level Ages 18 Years and Over

Per 100,000 population

12

BAC = 0.00

10

8

BAC = 0.01+

6

2010 Target: BAC 0.01+

4

2

0

Note: BAC is the Blood Alcohol Concentration. Alcohol-related motor vehicle fatal crashes relate to the death of either a driver or a nonmotorist that occurs within 30 days of the motor vehicle crash.

Obj. 26-1a

Source: Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), Department of Transportation (DOT), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).


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Alcohol-Related Motor Vehicle Fatalities by BAC Level Ages 18 Years and Over

Per 100,000 population

12

BAC = 0.00

10

8

BAC = 0.01+

BAC = 0.08+

6

2010 Target: BAC 0.01+

4

2

0

Note: BAC is the Blood Alcohol Concentration. Alcohol-related motor vehicle fatal crashes relate to the death of either a driver or a nonmotorist that occurs within 30 days of the motor vehicle crash.

Obj. 26-1a

Source: Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), Department of Transportation (DOT), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).


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Alcohol-Related Motor Vehicle Fatalities by BAC Level Ages 18 Years and Over

Per 100,000 population

12

BAC = 0.00

10

8

BAC = 0.01+

BAC = 0.08+

6

2010 Target: BAC 0.01+

4

Change Since 1998

BAC 0.00: -4%

BAC 0.01+: -2%

BAC 0.08+: -1%

Change Since 1982

BAC 0.00: +15%

BAC 0.01+: -47%

BAC 0.08+: -48%

2

0

Note: BAC is the Blood Alcohol Concentration. Alcohol-related motor vehicle fatal crashes relate to the death of either a driver or a nonmotorist that occurs within 30 days of the motor vehicle crash.

Obj. 26-1a

Source: Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), Department of Transportation (DOT), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).


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Enactment of ALR and BAC Laws by States Ages 18 Years and Over

With laws

Without laws

States

51

51

2010 Target

2010 Target

51

45

41

41

41

41

41

41

34

28

18

17

16

0

0

1998

1999

2000

2001

2001

2002

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

.08 BAC Per Se Laws

ALR Laws

Obj. 26-24 & 26-25

Source: Department of Transportation (DOT), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

(NHTSA).


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20 Ages 18 Years and Over

15

10

5

0

Illicit Drug Use in the Past 30 Days,2002 & 2003: Ages 18 Years and Over

Percent

2002

Male

Female

American

Indian

Asian

Hawaiian

Black

White

Hispanic

Total

Obj. 26-10c

SOURCE: National Survey on Drug Use & Health (NSDUH), SAMHSA.


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20 Ages 18 Years and Over

15

10

5

0

Illicit Drug Use in the Past 30 Days,2002 & 2003: Ages 18 Years and Over

Percent

2002

2003

Male

Female

American

Indian

Asian

Hawaiian

Black

White

Hispanic

Total

Obj. 26-10c

SOURCE: National Survey on Drug Use & Health (NSDUH), SAMHSA.


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Primary Substance of Abuse at Treatment Admission, 2001: Ages Under 55 Years and55 Years and Over

Percent

100

6

5

Primary

Substance

15

14

75

13

18

74

50

44

25

0

Ages 55+

Ages <55

Note: Admissions reported to TEDS from substance abuse treatment facilities receiving State alcohol and/or drug agency funds (including Federal Block Grant funds).

SOURCE: Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) , SAMHSA.


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Progress review data and slides Ages Under 55 Years and

can be found on the web at:

http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/hphome.htm


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