Statistics tables teen drug use
This is part of Statistics on Drug Misuse. This statistical report presents a range of information on drug use by adults and children drawn together from a variety of sources. It focuses on England only where possible although some statistics are only readily available at GB or UK level or for England and Wales combined. Some of this is new information whilst some has been published previously. More detail can be found in the source publications which contain a wider range of data and analysis.
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Statistics on Drug Misuse: England, 2018 [PAS]
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Change Indicator. Select Table Type:. Definitions: Children age 12 to 17 who reported dependence on or abuse of illicit drugs or alcohol in the past Illicit drugs include marijuana, cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or prescription drugs used non-medically. Dependence or abuse is based on definitions found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
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Opioid Facts for Teens
Consequences of youth substance abuse Young people who persistently abuse substances often experience an array of problems, including academic difficulties, health-related problems including mental health , poor peer relationships, and involvement with the juvenile justice system. Additionally, there are consequences for family members, the community, and the entire society. Academics Declining grades, absenteeism from school and other activities, and increased potential for dropping out of school are problems associated with adolescent substance abuse. Hawkins, Catalano, and Miller cite research indicating that a low level of commitment to education and higher truancy rates appear to be related to substance use among adolescents. Cognitive and behavioral problems experienced by alcohol- and drug-using youth may interfere with their academic performance and also present obstacles to learning for their classmates Bureau of Justice Statistics,
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