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Substate Estimates from the 2006 NSDUH
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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of Applied Studies (2008). Substate estimates from the 2004-2006 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health. Rockville, MD. This is a web only report and is available at:

bulletSupplemental materials for this report:
Printed Report:


List of Figures (Maps)

List of Tables/

A. Overview and Findings

     A.1. Introduction
     A.2. Format of the Report
     A.3. Overview: Substate Regions, Ranking Regions, and Small Area Estimation Methods
     A.4. Comparability with Past Estimates
     A.5. Discussion of Findings
          A.5.1. Illicit Drug Use
          A.5.2. Alcohol Use
          A.5.3. Tobacco Use
          A.5.4. Substance Dependence, Abuse, and Treatment Need
          A.5.5. Serious Psychological Distress and Major Depressive Episode among Adults
     A.6. Caveats

B. Substate Region Estimation Methodology

     B.1. Precision and Validation of the Estimates
     B.2. Variables Modeled
     B.3. Predictors Used in Logistic Regression Models
     B.4. Selection of Independent Variables for the Models
     B.5. Adjustment of Weights
     B.6. General Model Description
     B.7. Calculation of Average Annual Rate (Incidence) of First Use of Marijuana, Serious Psychological Distress, Major Depressive Episode, and Underage Drinking

C. Tables and Maps of Model-Based Estimates for Substate Regions

D. Substate Region Definitions

E. Sample Sizes and Population Estimates

F. References

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