The United States is in the middle of an opioid and heroin epidemic and while national and state statistics are astounding, we realize our first priority is here in Jackson County. In order to make the greatest impact, we need a better understanding of what is happening in our community.

Opioid Use Data

 

Drug Related Deaths in Jackson County

The graph above represents deaths that occurred where the cause of death or contributory cause of death were a result of drug use and or misuse. The data blow includes drug-induced deaths that involve accidental or international use of narcotic (including opioid overdose related deaths), hallucinogens, biological substances or other unspecified drugs

Hospital Drug Overdose Data

Numbers are based on emergency department visit (chief complaints) and before any confirmed diagnoses are made.

2018 Total Overdoses

Numbers are based on emergency department visit (chief complaints) and before any confirmed diagnoses are made.

Youth Substance Use Data

Self Reported substance use data

The graph above shows youth use rates for five of the more commonly used substances among youth in Jackson County. This data is collected via the Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth Survey (MiPHY). Numbers represent past 30 day use of substances reported by high school students. E-Cigarette data for 2013-2014 was not collected.

social access data

The graph above represents self reported data from high school students. The data represents the percentage of students who report sort of easy or very easy access to these substances via the MiPHY survey.
 

social DETERMINANTS of health data


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Anatomy of a child

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Anatomy of a person

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Anatomy of a family

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Anatomy of a community