UP Coalition Network

Data

The data below is available for professionals and community members. It can be used in grant proposals or as needed for other projects.

UP Youth Risk Factors

Each of our coalitions are working on priority risk factors for youth in their county. Risk factors are based on the results of the evidence-based CTC Youth Survey* implemented in local schools.
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UP Youth Depression Rates

Rates of youth depression are based on the results of the evidence-based CTC Youth Survey* implemented in local schools.
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UP Youth Substance Use Rates

Rates of youth substance use are based on the results of the evidence-based CTC Youth Survey* implemented in local schools. 
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Community Readiness Results

The Tri-Ethnic Readiness Survey is evidence-based to show how ready a community is to address a specific issue. We completed the survey county-by-county for the entire UP.
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Local Health Needs Data Report

The 2018 Upper Peninsula Community Health Needs Assessment, a project completed in August 2018 by Western U.P. Health Department with support from 31 partners including health departments, hospitals, clinics, behavioral health and substance abuse agencies, and health foundations, provides a wealth of information on the health status and needs of the UP’s 310,000 residents. The full report, and 15 two-page handouts with county-level data, are available to view or download.
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MDCH Youth Drinking & Driving Report

The Michigan Department of Community Health’s most recent report on youth drinking and driving.
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MDCH Youth Usual Source of Alcohol

The Michigan Department of Community Health’s most recent report on where youth obtain alcohol. 
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MSP Methamphetamine Report

The Michigan State Police annually reports on the current trends in  methamphetamine manufacture, use, and distribution.
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DHHS Michigan Methamphetamine Positive Rate Maps

Positive test rates for methamphetamine among Child Protective Services and foster care cases.
2017:
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2018 (mid-year):
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NIH Michigan Opioid Summary

Opioid statistic from the National Institute on Health for the State of Michigan.
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* Based on the results of the CTC Youth Survey, which 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th graders from participating schools in each county take every two years. This provides a snapshot of what our youth are experiencing, and the risks they are exposed to. Learn more about this evidence-based survey here.

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