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Complete Health Indicator Report of Alcohol - Alcohol-related Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash (MVTC) Death

Definition

Alcohol-related motor vehicle traffic crash deaths estimated based on CDC ARDI alcohol-attributable fractions (BAC>=0.10)

Numerator

Number of alcohol-related MVTC deaths in New Mexico

Denominator

New Mexico Population

Data Interpretation Issues

According to the CDC's Alcohol-Related Disease Impact (ARDI) website (http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/ardi/Homepage.aspx), there are 54 causes of death considered to be at least partially attributable to alcohol. These include 35 alcohol-related chronic diseases (e.g., liver cirrhosis, alcohol dependence); and 19 alcohol-related injuries (e.g., motor vehicle crashes, poisonings, falls, homicide, suicide). Alcohol-related deaths are estimated by multiplying the total number of deaths in a cause-of-death category by the percent of deaths in that category that are considered to be caused by alcohol. This percent, the so-called alcohol attributable fraction (AAF), can vary from 100% for causes of death that are completely related to alcohol use (e.g., alcoholic liver disease, alcohol poisoning); to less than 100% for causes that are only sometimes related to alcohol use. For example, per CDC ARDI, the AAF for portal hypertension is 40%. This means that 40% of deaths from portal hypertension are considered to be caused by alcohol use. The AAF for homicide is 47% and for suicide is 23%. The AAF for alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes is age- and gender-specific, ranging from 49% for males ages 25-34 to 8% for females ages 65 and over. For more information on the AAFs used here see the CDC ARDI Methods webpage (http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/ardi/AboutARDIMethods.htm).

Why Is This Important?

Alcohol-related motor vehicle traffic crash (AR-MVTC) death has historically been the leading cause of alcohol-related injury death. Nonetheless, AR-MVTC deaths provide a hopeful example of a substance-related health outcome that has been successfully reduced by using a public health approach, both nationally and in New Mexico. From 1982 through 2010, in response to a wide range of policy and preventive interventions, New Mexico's alcohol-impaired motor vehicle traffic crash (AI-MVTC) fatality rate declined more dramatically than the US rate, decreasing 83% and dropping New Mexico from first to tenth among states in AI-MVTC fatalities per 100,000 population. In terms of deaths per 100 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT), New Mexico's AI-MVTC fatality rate in 2015 (0.38) was one-sixth what it was in 1982 (2.4). Furthermore, a comprehensive AR-MVTC prevention campaign in place from 2005-2009 was successful in reinitiating rate decreases that had been stalled since the late 1990s. From 2004 to 2012 New Mexico's AI-MVTC fatality rate per 100 million VMT dropped 42%. Rates increased slightly in 2014 and dropped back in 2015. (2016 data not available at the NHTSA website yet.)

Healthy People Objective: SA-17, Decrease the rate of alcohol-impaired driving (.08+ blood alcohol content [BAC]) fatalities

U.S. Target: 0.38 deaths per 100 million vehicle miles traveled

Other Objectives

Substance Abuse Epidemiology Report Indicator

Available Services

Doctors, nurses and other health professionals should screen all adult patients and counsel those who drink too much to drink less. This is called alcohol screening and brief intervention (A-SBI). A-SBI can reduce how much alcohol a person drinks on an occasion by 25%. A-SBI is recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), the Community Preventive Services Task Force (Community Guide), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and the World Health Organization (WHO). For more information on A-SBI, please the CDC vital signs website: www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/alcohol-screening-counseling/index.html


Graphical Data Views

Alcohol-related MVTC Deaths by Year, New Mexico and U.S., 1990-2016

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NM vs. U.S.YearDeaths per 100 Million Vehicle Miles TraveledLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 59
New Mexico19901.49
New Mexico19911.19
New Mexico19921.15
New Mexico19930.98
New Mexico19940.85
New Mexico19950.81
New Mexico19960.84
New Mexico19970.72
New Mexico19980.64
New Mexico19990.65
New Mexico20000.66
New Mexico20010.66
New Mexico20020.69
New Mexico20030.63
New Mexico20040.66
New Mexico20050.62
New Mexico20060.53
New Mexico20070.49
New Mexico20080.4
New Mexico20090.44
New Mexico20100.5
New Mexico20110.41
New Mexico20120.38
New Mexico20130.39
New Mexico20140.41
New Mexico20150.38
New Mexico20160.4
United States19900.83
United States19910.73
United States19920.63
United States19930.6
United States19940.57
United States19950.56
United States19960.54
United States19970.5
United States19980.48
United States19990.47
United States20000.49
United States20010.48
United States20020.47
United States20030.45
United States20040.44
United States20050.45
United States20060.45
United States20070.43
United States20080.4
United States20090.37
United States20100.34
United States20110.33
United States20120.35
United States20130.34
United States20140.33
United States20150.33

Data Notes

Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.   Source: Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • U.S. Data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, ]http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/]


Alcohol-related MVTC Deaths by County, New Mexico, 2013-2017

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McKinley, Rio Arriba, Lea, San Juan, Cibola, and Eddy counties have substantial MVTC fatalities and high rates; other counties have high rates but fewer deaths.
CountyDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 36
Bernalillo4.23.54.91433,391,457
Catron17042.8*218,196
Chaves5.83.18.518330,058
Cibola11.65.717.415137,013
Colfax4.6010.3*364,499
Curry52.1812252,219
De Baca10.3030.2*19,528
Dona Ana4.12.85.3421,080,411
Eddy9.75.813.525284,813
Grant2.906*4144,899
Guadalupe15.6033.8*322,544
Harding****0
Hidalgo2.208*122,689
Lea9.25.812.530347,844
Lincoln8.9215.7*7100,089
Los Alamos1.804.8*290,641
Luna4.80.88.9*6123,460
McKinley17.412.921.959369,205
Mora21.60.143.1*423,532
Otero4.72.37.115328,297
Quay6.5015.1*242,856
Rio Arriba7.53.411.613198,690
Roosevelt5.80.711*598,680
Sandoval3.72.25.224697,728
San Juan11.38.61471646,357
San Miguel40.67.5*6141,484
Santa Fe3.82.35.327740,919
Sierra7.7016.4*357,108
Socorro7.41.213.5*687,411
Taos8.53.413.6*12166,393
Torrance6.60.512.7*578,615
Union3.3010.9*121,876
Valencia6.84.19.624381,436
New Mexico5.95.46.459210,504,397
U.S.**0

Data Notes

Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.   All rates are per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • U.S. Data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, ]http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/]


Alcohol-related MVTC Deaths by Age, Sex and Race/Ethnicity, New Mexico, 2013-2017

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The most pronounced feature of the demographic profile of AR-MVTC deaths is the elevated rates among both male and female American Indians. A finer breakdown by age (not shown) shows that rates are especially high -- 2 to 3.5 times the corresponding White rates -- among American Indian. Rates are highest in the age range 25-64.
Age: 0-24, 25-64, 65+Sex and RaceDeaths per 100,000 PopulationLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 72
1. Age 0-24Male, American Indian11.66.716.422190,822
1. Age 0-24Male, Asian/Pacific Islander2.30.08.1*126,455
1. Age 0-24Male, Black3.60.09.0*246,654
1. Age 0-24Male, Hispanic5.33.96.7561,054,658
1. Age 0-24Male, White4.32.56.221494,397
1. Age 0-24Male, All Races5.64.56.71011,812,986
1. Age 0-24Female, American Indian4.61.67.7*9189,307
1. Age 0-24Female, Asian/Pacific Islander0.00.0**0
1. Age 0-24Female, Black2.50.07.5*139,829
1. Age 0-24Female, Hispanic2.11.23.0211,019,639
1. Age 0-24Female, White1.50.42.6*7452,770
1. Age 0-24Female, All Races2.21.52.9381,726,903
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, American Indian8.15.211.031380,129
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, Asian/Pacific Islander1.20.04.1*151,813
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, Black3.10.06.8*386,483
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, Hispanic3.72.94.5772,074,298
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, White3.01.94.128947,167
1. Age 0-24Both Sexes, All Races3.93.34.61393,539,890
2. Age 25-64Male, American Indian38.230.246.387228,465
2. Age 25-64Male, Asian/Pacific Islander0.00.02.8044,785
2. Age 25-64Male, Black9.62.217.0*666,737
2. Age 25-64Male, Hispanic11.59.613.41401,216,610
2. Age 25-64Male, White9.07.210.8971,074,810
2. Age 25-64Male, All Races12.611.314.03322,631,407
2. Age 25-64Female, American Indian13.08.517.432250,078
2. Age 25-64Female, Asian/Pacific Islander0.00.01.8057,285
2. Age 25-64Female, Black3.00.08.0*147,253
2. Age 25-64Female, Hispanic3.22.24.2391,230,909
2. Age 25-64Female, White2.01.12.8211,089,833
2. Age 25-64Female, All Races3.52.84.2952,675,359
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, American Indian25.020.529.5120478,543
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, Asian/Pacific Islander0.70.02.3*1102,070
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, Black6.92.111.7*8113,990
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, Hispanic7.36.28.41792,447,519
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, White5.44.56.41182,164,643
2. Age 25-64Both Sexes, All Races8.07.38.84275,306,765
3. Age 65+Male, American Indian5.90.013.8*236,508
3. Age 65+Male, Asian/Pacific Islander0.00.015.507,566
3. Age 65+Male, Black5.20.018.3*111,591
3. Age 65+Male, Hispanic2.50.54.6*6240,851
3. Age 65+Male, White2.30.93.7*11459,728
3. Age 65+Male, All Races2.61.53.820756,244
3. Age 65+Female, American Indian1.50.04.8*153,373
3. Age 65+Female, Asian/Pacific Islander0.00.0**0
3. Age 65+Female, Black0.00.04.8011,590
3. Age 65+Female, Hispanic0.60.01.4*2295,768
3. Age 65+Female, White0.70.01.5*4528,630
3. Age 65+Female, All Races0.70.21.3*6901,498
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, American Indian3.30.07.0*389,881
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, Asian/Pacific Islander0.00.06.0019,703
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, Black2.90.09.9*123,181
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, Hispanic1.50.42.5*8536,620
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, White1.50.72.214988,358
3. Age 65+Both Sexes, All Races1.61.02.2261,657,742
4. All AgesMale, American Indian24.419.829.0112455,794
4. All AgesMale, Asian/Pacific Islander1.90.05.0*178,806
4. All AgesMale, Black7.02.211.8*9124,981
4. All AgesMale, Hispanic8.17.09.22012,512,120
4. All AgesMale, White6.65.47.81292,028,936
4. All AgesMale, All Races9.08.19.84535,200,637
4. All AgesFemale, American Indian8.55.911.142492,758
4. All AgesFemale, Asian/Pacific Islander0.00.01.3094,780
4. All AgesFemale, Black2.70.06.1*398,673
4. All AgesFemale, Hispanic2.51.93.1622,546,317
4. All AgesFemale, White1.71.12.4322,071,233
4. All AgesFemale, All Races2.82.43.31395,303,760
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, American Indian16.213.518.8154948,552
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, Asian/Pacific Islander1.00.02.5*2173,586
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, Black5.22.18.3*11223,654
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, Hispanic5.34.65.92635,058,436
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, White4.23.54.91614,100,169
4. All AgesBoth Sexes, All Races5.95.46.459210,504,397

Data Notes

Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.   Age-specific rates (e.g., Ages 0-24) are per 100,000; all-ages rate is per 100,000, age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.


Alcohol-related MVTC Deaths by County and Race/Ethnicity, New Mexico, 2013-2017

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McKinley and San Juan county rates are driven by the American Indian rates (both male and female rates are high); and Rio Arriba and Lea County rates are driven by high rates in Hispanics. Lea County also has a high death rate for Whites.
Race/Ethnicity, DOHCountyDeaths per 100,000 Population, Age-adjustedLower LimitUpper LimitNoteNumer- atorDenom- inator
Record Count: 286
American Indian/Alaska NativeBernalillo11.15.716.517145,278
American Indian/Alaska NativeCatron99.90356.9*1545
American Indian/Alaska NativeChaves****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeCibola23.19.636.61254,662
American Indian/Alaska NativeColfax****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeCurry****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeDe Baca****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeDona Ana****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeEddy41.90120.1*13,124
American Indian/Alaska NativeGrant00105.701,492
American Indian/Alaska NativeGuadalupe****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeHarding****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeHidalgo****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeLea****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeLincoln****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeLos Alamos****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeLuna****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeMcKinley20.61526.254275,576
American Indian/Alaska NativeMora00573.60127
American Indian/Alaska NativeOtero19.5039*420,454
American Indian/Alaska NativeQuay****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeRio Arriba5.2014.5*128,483
American Indian/Alaska NativeRoosevelt00124.901,143
American Indian/Alaska NativeSandoval11.64.219.1*1087,164
American Indian/Alaska NativeSan Juan17.912.623.146249,516
American Indian/Alaska NativeSan Miguel0045.801,507
American Indian/Alaska NativeSanta Fe4.2013*119,370
American Indian/Alaska NativeSierra****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeSocorro18.4046.6*210,553
American Indian/Alaska NativeTaos23.6059.3*29,375
American Indian/Alaska NativeTorrance0068.801,854
American Indian/Alaska NativeUnion****0
American Indian/Alaska NativeValencia11.5029.4*214,127
American Indian/Alaska NativeNew Mexico16.213.518.8154948,552
American Indian/Alaska NativeU.S.**0
Asian/Pacific IslanderBernalillo001.8093,923
Asian/Pacific IslanderCatron****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderChaves****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderCibola****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderColfax00723.20419
Asian/Pacific IslanderCurry0029.404,363
Asian/Pacific IslanderDe Baca****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderDona Ana****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderEddy****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderGrant****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderGuadalupe****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderHarding****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderHidalgo****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderLea****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderLincoln****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderLos Alamos****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderLuna00304.80817
Asian/Pacific IslanderMcKinley****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderMora****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderOtero****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderQuay****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderRio Arriba****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderRoosevelt****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderSandoval****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderSan Juan****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderSan Miguel****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderSanta Fe0011.2010,765
Asian/Pacific IslanderSierra****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderSocorro****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderTaos****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderTorrance****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderUnion****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderValencia****0
Asian/Pacific IslanderNew Mexico102.5*2173,586
Asian/Pacific IslanderU.S.**0
BlackBernalillo3.907.8*498,418
BlackCatron****0
BlackChaves****0
BlackCibola****0
BlackColfax****0
BlackCurry9.9026.4*215,678
BlackDe Baca****0
BlackDona Ana5.9017.4*118,119
BlackEddy30.4092.7*14,264
BlackGrant****0
BlackGuadalupe****0
BlackHarding****0
BlackHidalgo****0
BlackLea10.9030.7*113,424
BlackLincoln****0
BlackLos Alamos****0
BlackLuna004901,477
BlackMcKinley****0
BlackMora****0
BlackOtero3.6012.7*112,710
BlackQuay****0
BlackRio Arriba00298.501,061
BlackRoosevelt00144.702,229
BlackSandoval4.4015.1*116,266
BlackSan Juan****0
BlackSan Miguel005402,350
BlackSanta Fe****0
BlackSierra****0
BlackSocorro****0
BlackTaos****0
BlackTorrance****0
BlackUnion****0
BlackValencia****0
BlackNew Mexico5.22.18.3*11223,654
BlackU.S.**0
HispanicBernalillo4.93.85.9831,678,851
HispanicCatron****0
HispanicChaves6.42.710.112183,373
HispanicCibola5.3011.2*352,017
HispanicColfax4.6012.4*131,720
HispanicCurry5.40.89.9*6103,349
HispanicDe Baca****0
HispanicDona Ana4.52.96.132731,466
HispanicEddy8.13.312.9*11135,321
HispanicGrant2.306.1*272,452
HispanicGuadalupe18.7041.5*317,865
HispanicHarding****0
HispanicHidalgo****0
HispanicLea9.24.613.817197,721
HispanicLincoln4.8012.3*231,953
HispanicLos Alamos006.3015,633
HispanicLuna2.606.2*281,389
HispanicMcKinley7015.4*352,182
HispanicMora17.7038.5*318,951
HispanicOtero3.70.27.2*4123,061
HispanicQuay7.8022*119,152
HispanicRio Arriba8.23.213.2*11141,884
HispanicRoosevelt5.8013.6*240,454
HispanicSandoval30.95.1*8264,239
HispanicSan Juan72.111.9*8128,386
HispanicSan Miguel3.90.17.6*4109,759
HispanicSanta Fe4.32.26.516379,283
HispanicSierra6.3018.1*117,086
HispanicSocorro6.8015*343,443
HispanicTaos8.92.315.4*794,454
HispanicTorrance6014.3*233,089
HispanicUnion0011.609,025
HispanicValencia7.13.610.716228,847
HispanicNew Mexico5.34.65.92635,058,436
HispanicU.S.**0
WhiteBernalillo2.91.93.9391,374,987
WhiteCatron17.2048*213,913
WhiteChaves5.10.99.4*6135,152
WhiteCibola2.909.6*127,987
WhiteColfax2.709*130,940
WhiteCurry4.20.38.2*5126,919
WhiteDe Baca20.2063*15,421
WhiteDona Ana2.80.94.7*9308,682
WhiteEddy10.24.316.112139,983
WhiteGrant2.907.8*268,396
WhiteGuadalupe****0
WhiteHarding****0
WhiteHidalgo5.3019.8*19,051
WhiteLea9.74.115.412131,849
WhiteLincoln12122.9*663,996
WhiteLos Alamos2.406.6*167,129
WhiteLuna8018.6*338,936
WhiteMcKinley6.3016.1*235,295
WhiteMora410126.2*14,268
WhiteOtero3.70.66.8*6166,963
WhiteQuay4.9015*122,022
WhiteRio Arriba5.4019.1*126,337
WhiteRoosevelt4.4010.5*253,454
WhiteSandoval2.10.34*6318,452
WhiteSan Juan6.53.29.716259,005
WhiteSan Miguel2.508.2*126,466
WhiteSanta Fe30.75.2*9324,272
WhiteSierra8.8021.6*238,358
WhiteSocorro3.7010.6*131,329
WhiteTaos6.5015.5*360,139
WhiteTorrance6.4014.9*241,776
WhiteUnion3.6013.5*111,909
WhiteValencia6.11.111.2*6131,117
WhiteNew Mexico4.23.54.91614,100,169
WhiteU.S.**0
NM, OverallBernalillo4.23.54.91433,391,457
NM, OverallCatron17042.8*218,196
NM, OverallChaves5.83.18.518330,058
NM, OverallCibola11.65.717.415137,013
NM, OverallColfax4.6010.3*364,499
NM, OverallCurry52.1812252,219
NM, OverallDe Baca10.3030.2*19,528
NM, OverallDona Ana4.12.85.3421,080,411
NM, OverallEddy9.75.813.525284,813
NM, OverallGrant2.906*4144,899
NM, OverallGuadalupe15.6033.8*322,544
NM, OverallHarding****0
NM, OverallHidalgo2.208*122,689
NM, OverallLea9.25.812.530347,844
NM, OverallLincoln8.9215.7*7100,089
NM, OverallLos Alamos1.804.8*290,641
NM, OverallLuna4.80.88.9*6123,460
NM, OverallMcKinley17.412.921.959369,205
NM, OverallMora21.60.143.1*423,532
NM, OverallOtero4.72.37.115328,297
NM, OverallQuay6.5015.1*242,856
NM, OverallRio Arriba7.53.411.613198,690
NM, OverallRoosevelt5.80.711*598,680
NM, OverallSandoval3.72.25.224697,728
NM, OverallSan Juan11.38.61471646,357
NM, OverallSan Miguel40.67.5*6141,484
NM, OverallSanta Fe3.82.35.327740,919
NM, OverallSierra7.7016.4*357,108
NM, OverallSocorro7.41.213.5*687,411
NM, OverallTaos8.53.413.6*12166,393
NM, OverallTorrance6.60.512.7*578,615
NM, OverallUnion3.3010.9*121,876
NM, OverallValencia6.84.19.624381,436
NM, OverallNew Mexico5.95.46.459210,504,397
NM, OverallU.S.**0

Data Notes

Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.

Data Sources

  • New Mexico Death Data: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (BVRHS), New Mexico Department of Health.
  • Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
  • U.S. Data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, ]http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/]

References and Community Resources

The New Mexico Department of Health Substance Abuse Epidemiology Section has New Mexico-specific reports, resources and publications, available at: nmhealth.org/about/erd/ibeb/sap. CDC Alcohol Program has fact sheets, online tool kits, data and recently published literature, available at: www.cdc.gov/alcohol. The CDC also publishes the Prevention Status Reports (PSR), which highlight, for all 50 states and the District of Columbia, the status of public health policies and practices designed to address important public health problems and concerns. The 2013 PSR for excessive alcohol use can be found at: www.cdc.gov/psr/alcohol. The Community Preventive Services Task Force reviews research and makes recommendations to help communities answer the question "what works?" Community Guide recommendations for preventing excessive alcohol consumption can be found at: www.thecommunityguide.org/alcohol.

More Resources and Links

Evidence-based community health improvement ideas and interventions may be found at the following sites:

Additional indicator data by state and county may be found on these Websites:

Medical literature can be queried at the PubMed website.

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