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Data   Obtained through the substance abuse services system; regarding- clients and services throughout Michigan.

 

Manuals & Instructions   For use by OROSC 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 OROSC, including- various annual reports, legislative reports, program reports, and fact sheets.

 

Statistical Information & Surveys   Regarding- substance use in adults and youth, and gambling behaviors.

OROSC was formerly known as the Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction Services (BSAAS), and the Office of Drug Control Policy (ODCP); some reports may contain either name.

Also see Legislation & Regulations regarding our purpose.


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Publications


(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.


NASADAD case studies examining how state substance abuse service agencies use data to manage systems. Michigan's information is on pp 7-8.


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

Brochures:

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Reports

 

Annual Reports:


Reports activities that were undertaken to address underage tobacco use.


Reports summarize activities that were undertaken by State of Michigan agencies to address compulsive gambling.



Other Reports:


As required by Public Act 330 of 2006, Section 423.

February 2012  PDF icon

 

 

Statewide look at the Abuse of Alcohol, Prescription Drugs, and Tobacco, and Mental Health Indicators:

March 2012  PDF icon

April 2011  PDF icon

Sept. 2010  PDF icon

Dec. 2005  PDF icon

 

Community-focused look at the Abuse of Alcohol, Prescription Drugs, and Tobacco, and Mental Health Indicators:

May 2012  PDF icon For the following 11 regions: Detroit Department of Health and Wellness, Genesee County Community Mental Health, Lakeshore Coordinating Council, Macomb County Community Health, network180, Northern Michigan Substance Abuse Services, Oakland County Health Division, Saginaw County Department of Public Health, St. Clair County Community Mental Health, Southeast Michigan Community Alliance, and Washtenaw Community Health Organization.

June 2011  PDF icon For the following 5 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


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.


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:


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.


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