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|Bureau of Substance Abuse|
and Addiction Services
This webpage contains links to: (click below to jump to area)
Data Obtained through the substance abuse services system; regarding- clients and services throughout Michigan.
Manuals & Instructions For use by BSAAS business partners, including- Policy & Technical Advisory Manual, and TEDS Coding.
Publications Produced by outside sources, relating to- substance use, parenting awareness, and tobacco retailers.
Reports Produced by BSAAS, including- various annual reports, legislative reports, program reports, and fact sheets.
Statistical Information & Surveys Regarding- substance use in adults and youth, and gambling behaviors.
BSAAS was formerly also known as the Office of Drug Control Policy, some old reports may contain the ODCP name.
Also see Legislation & Regulations regarding our purpose.
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Drug Free Workplace Notice for State of Michigan Workplaces
Drugs, Brains, and Behavior - The Science of Addiction
Implementing Medication-Assisted Treatment Statewide Brochures:
A White Paper from the federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.
Parenting Awareness Materials (PAM)
Responsible Opioid Prescribing: A Guide for Michigan Physicians: Call 517-373-7303, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, to obtain a copy.
SAMHSA Publications, newly released
Shoveling Up II: The Impact of Substance Abuse on Federal, State and Local Budgets
(May 2009) A summary of state spending for Michigan is on page 120. Factors shown include costs for prevention, treatment, research, justice, education, and health. The report is by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University; their first report is at Shoveling Up: The Impact of Substance Abuse on State Budgets (Jan. 2001).
Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) - A Guide for Michigan Communities, September 2010
Steroid Warning Poster
This poster must be displayed in the locker room of educational athletic facilities, it details the dangers of, and penalties for, steroid use and possession. Public Act 31 of 1990, Section 333.26302
Successful Strategies in Addressing Opioid Overdose Deaths
A draft White Paper from the federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.
Tobacco Retailer Kit
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Blueprint for the Delivery of Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Treatment
Gambling Behaviors in Michigan, Surveys and Reports
Guidance Document: Selecting, Planning, and Implementing Evidence-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Substance Use Disorders, January 2012
Michigan's Approach to a Strategic Prevention Framework Model
Substance Abuse Workgroup Report on Expenditures
As required by Public Act 330 of 2006, Section 423.
Michigan's SPE Project and Five?year Strategic Plan, July 2012 (to 2017)
Transforming Cultural and Linguistic Theory into Action: A Toolkit for Communities February 2012
Workforce Development Workgroup Final Report, 2006
Statewide look at the Abuse of Alcohol, Prescription Drugs, and Tobacco, and Mental Health Indicators:
Michigan Epidemiological Profile March 2012
Michigan Epidemiological Profile April 2011
Michigan Burden Document Update Sept. 2010
Describing the Burden of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs on Michigan Dec. 2005
Community-focused look at the Abuse of Alcohol, Prescription Drugs, and Tobacco, and Mental Health Indicators:
Michigan Community Epidemiological Profile June 2011 For the following regions: Bay Arenac Behavioral Health (BABH)/Riverhaven Coordinating Agency, Kalamazoo Community Health and Substance Abuse Services, Mid-South Substance Abuse Commission, Pathways to Healthy Living, and Western Upper Peninsula Substance Abuse Services.
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Statistical Info & Surveys
Alcohol-Related Disease Impact (ARDI)
Info collected by the CDC, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion used to measure the impact of alcohol use on public health, includes alcohol-attributable deaths by cause, gender, and state.
Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Deaths
American Fact Finder
Michigan Quick Facts
CDC Report: Michigan Monitor
Critical Health Indicators
Forty-two indicators, each describe its impact on health in Michigan, its trend over time, its relationship to a national average or mean, and the efforts taken by the MDCH and its partners to impact upon the indicator. The following are specific to substance abuse:
Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Use
Adolescent Tobacco Use
Adult Binge Drinking
Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN)
SAMHSA surveillance system and reports on drug-related visits to hospital emergency departments and drug-related deaths investigated by medical examiners, for selected metropolitan areas including Detroit.
Drug Poisoning Deaths in the United States, 1980–2008
Fatality / Mortality Statistics
Compressed Mortality File, Underlying Cause-of-Death
Info collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in a searchable database using International Classification of Disease (ICD) categories.
Fatality Analysis Reporting System
Info collected by MDCH Bureau of Epidemiology, Chronic Disease Epidemiology Section, reports include: Alcohol statistics nationally, by state, and by county.
Michigan statistics collected by MDCH, Division of Vital Records and Health Statistics, includes: Alcohol-Induced Mortality Rates.
Michigan Liquor Control statistics
Liquor Control Enforcement and Violations
Liquor Control Licensing Lists
Michigan State Police (MSP) statistics
Meth Labs by County
Michigan Crime Reports
Includes: DUI Alcohol or Narcotics, Liquor Laws, and Gambling by county and police agency.
Michigan Drunk Driving Audits
Info collected by MSP, Criminal Justice Information Center, includes: Drunk Driving Traffic Crash & Arrest Data by county.
Michigan Traffic Crash Facts
Info collected by MSP, Office of Highway Safety Planning (OHSP), includes: Alcohol/Drug statistics and information by county.
Monitoring the Future Survey
This National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) survey measures drug use and attitudes among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders across the nation.
Monitoring the Future
University of Michigan findings and reports.
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