August 2015: New Data Added
2013 and 2014 Probation Data for Drug Offenses
The most recent drug offense probation data from the Minnesota Department of Corrections have been added to the site, for both adults and juveniles. Data are available by county and region. Find it under the Drugs: Consequences tab.
2014 Minnesota Liquor Law and Narcotics Arrests
Liquor law and narcotics arrest data have also been added from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety's recently-released 2014 Uniform Crime Report. Liquor law arrest data are available by age and race. Narcotics arrest data from counties and regions are broken down by gender, age and race, as well as by narcotic type: opium and cocaine, marijuana, synthetic drugs, and other drugs. Find it all under the Drugs: Consequences tab.
Evidence-Based Practices Resources
Check out our Where to Find What Works: Best Practices Resources section, with helpful links to resources on evidence-based practices for community health and substance abuse prevention planning.
New from Last Month: July 2015
New Community Epidemiological Profiles
The community race and ethnicity profiles have been updated. Revised profiles can be found on the Publications page, under the Demographic tab. You'll find profiles for the following communities: African American and Black, American Indian and Alaska Native, Asian and Pacific Islander, and Hispanic and Latino.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, and Questioning/Queer Fact Sheet and EpiProfile
The 2015 LGBQ SUMN Fact Sheet, and the more comprehensive 2015 LGBTQ EpiProfile, have been revise to include recently-available data. Find them under the Publications: By Demographic tab.
Revised SUMN Substance Fact Sheets
The Substance Topic Fact Sheets have also been revised for 2015. Check out the new info on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs, under their respective headings on the Publications: By Topic page.
Data for Alcohol and Drug Treatment Admissions in Minnesota
DAANES (Drug and Alcohol Normative Evaluation System) data from 2013 and 2014 have been added to the Treatment sections for Alcohol and Drugs. These data are reported directly from the providers to the Department of Human Services, and include breakdowns for a range of substances by age, sex, and race/ethnicity, as well as by geographical region. Explore statistics such as alcohol admissions by county, or marijuana admissions for minors, as a percentage of total admissions, over time.
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