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Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey

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  1. Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey Survey of public high school students Administered in fall semester of odd numbered years Conducted by Public Education Department NM Department of Health Administration by UNM, Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Technical Assistance from CDC Collects data on Demographics: age, grade, gender, race/ethnicity Health risk behaviors: behaviors that put the student at risk of injury or disease Resiliency factors: protective social and family influences in the lives of youth

  2. Prevalence of Drug and Alcohol Use (%), NM and US, 2005 *Among 40 participating states Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department; CDC

  3. Prevalence of Drug and Alcohol Use (%), NM and US, 2005 *Among 40 participating states Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department; CDC

  4. Prevalence of Drug and Alcohol Use (%), NM and US, 2005 *Among 40 participating states Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department; CDC

  5. Prevalence of Drug and Alcohol Use (%), NM and US, 2005 *Among 40 participating states Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department; CDC

  6. Prevalence of Drug and Alcohol Use (%), NM and US, 2005 *Among 40 participating states Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department; CDC

  7. Prevalence of Drug and Alcohol Use (%), NM and US, 2005 *Among 40 participating states Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department; CDC

  8. Prevalence of Drug and Alcohol Use (%), NM and US, 2005 *Among 40 participating states Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department; CDC

  9. Prevalence of Drug and Alcohol Use (%), NM and US, 2005 *Among 40 participating states Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department; CDC

  10. Prevalence of Current Methamphetamine Use (%), Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Bold font indicates statistically significant difference for that survey year Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  11. Prevalence of Current Methamphetamine Use (%), Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  12. Prevalence of Concurrent Drug Use Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  13. Prevalence of Concurrent Drug Use Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  14. Prevalence of Concurrent Drug Use Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  15. Prevalence of Concurrent Drug Use Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  16. Prevalence of Concurrent Drug Use Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Students who used meth or heroin were using more drugs concurrently Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  17. Persistent Feelings of Sadness and Hopelessness by Current Drug UseGrades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS No Drug Use Drug Use Percent (%) with feelings of sadness and hopelessness Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  18. Persistent Feelings of Sadness and Hopelessness by Current Drug UseGrades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS No Drug Use Drug Use MethamphetamineNo Meth use HeroinNo Heroin use CocaineNo Cocaine use MarijuanaNo Marijuana use Percent (%) with feelings of sadness and hopelessness Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  19. Suicide Attempt in the Past Year by Current Drug UseGrades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS No Drug Use Drug Use MethamphetamineNo Meth use HeroinNo Heroin use CocaineNo Cocaine use MarijuanaNo Marijuana use Percent (%) reporting suicide attempt Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  20. Protective Factors and Current Methamphetamine Use, Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  21. Protective Factors and Current Methamphetamine Use, Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  22. Protective Factors and Current Methamphetamine Use, Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department

  23. Protective Factors and Current Methamphetamine Use, Grades 9-12, 2003 and 2005 YRRS Source: New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico Public Education Department