Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey (MIYHS)

In 2009, the Maine Youth Drug and Alcohol Use Survey (MYDAUS) was replaced by the Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey (MIYHS). The MIYHS is a joint effort of the Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services, the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (DHHS-Maine CDC), and the Department of Education. The MIYHS covers a broad array of health topics, including substance use, unintentional injury, suicide/depression, physical activity and nutrition, and sexual behaviors, and includes a module administered to parents of kindergarten children or third graders, a module for 5/6 th graders and 4 modules each for 7/8th graders and high school students. The next MIYHS will be administered in February of 2013.

Reports and Forms:

ATTENTION: 2011 and Reweighted 2009 MIYHS High School, Middle School, and fifth/sixth grade data are now available upon request for School Superintendents or their designee.

MIYHS Statewide and Public Health District Reports.

Online Reports Currently Available

  • Local Summary Reports (require written superintendent permission)

Data Request Forms

 

How to Determine if your Local result is statistically different than the State results. Open this excel spreadsheet and follow the directions. Testing Significance.

Modified Variables in 2011 MIYHS.

MYDAUS

Data on drug and alcohol use among youth from 2000 through 2008 may be accessed on the MYDAUS pages.

Note: all documents on the SAMHS web in .pdf format are available in printed format upon request: osa.ircosa@maine.gov