The data workgroup was formed to respond to the SEOW goals related to characterizing substance abuse across the state, identifying and addressing gaps in substance use data, and increasing substance use data availability.
Products and Publications
The Profiles are tools for individuals and organizations working in the areas of substance abuse prevention, public health, mental health, and others in support of the SAMHSA – SPF-PFS grant. The purpose of these profiles is to provide a state-level overview that summarizes data from new and established surveillance sources for use in prevention/intervention planning, monitoring, and evaluation and provides recommendations to ensure comparable data to improve data collection for future surveillance. This will allow agencies and organizations involved in prevention activities to monitor and evaluate interventions associated with alcohol, marijuana, opioids, and related consequences including but not limited to dependency and treatment.
Topical Data Briefs
Data briefs provide a high level overviews of salient and timely substance use topics.
Current Workgroup Members
Associate Director, The Evaluation Center
Prevention Program Manager, Office of Behavioral Health
Evaluation Manager, Office of Behavioral Health
Evaluator, Office of Behavioral Health
Treatment Program Manager, Office of Behavioral Health
Statistical Analyst Office of Research & Statistics