Communities often develop sub-state epidemiological profiles, or “community profiles” to synthesize and share substance abuse and relevant behavioral health data for sub-populations within a given state or jurisdiction. This resource highlights some key components of successful profiles, accompanied by selected examples.
In the tiny island of Guam, one person dies every day from tobacco-related causes. To address this problem, the island’s State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup has prioritized tobacco for its substance abuse prevention efforts.
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