Addiction to substances such as tobacco, alcohol and drugs often leads to medical and social dysfunctions within a community. A healthy community engages in measures to prevent and treat such behaviors. These efforts can correlate to improvements in residents’ physical health and lowered crime rates. Data examining the rates of use, criminal activity and treatment can assist in examining and addressing the community’s responses and preventative measures.
- 4.1 Smoking Rates
- 4.2 Alcohol Related Indicators
- 4.3 Drug Related Indicators
- 4.4 Adult Arrests
- 4.5 Juvenile Arrests
- 4.6 Treatment & Recovery Services
- 4.7 Alcohol Availability