MYDAUS: Maine Youth Drug and Alcohol Use Survey
Welcome! From this page you can access data from:
Maine Youth Drug and Alcohol Survey (Office of Substance Abuse): 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008
Youth Tobacco Survey (Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention): 2004, 2006 and 2008

state reports
Click here to view the statewide survey results.

region reports
Click here to view the DHHS Public Health District survey results.

county reports
Click here to view the county survey results.


Please provide your username and password to view individual school and school district reports:

need a password?
If you are a participating superintendent, please contact the Maine Office of Substance Abuse.
Full Result Set2008 Local Summary Reports: Compares local and Maine data (click on a map above or enter your access code in the space provided at the upper right of this page).
Full Result SetAdditional Report Menu: 64 reports to choose from (click on a map above or enter access codes for school/district reports)
Full Result SetResults for each survey question:
MYDAUS 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008
YTS 2004, 2006 and 2008.
Demographic and Geographic Comparisons Demographic Summary Reports:
MYDAUS 2008 data by topic for Maine and each DHHS Public Health District, county, grade, gender and race (white/non-white).

List of Questions - MYDAUS/YTS 2008
MYDAUS History and links to Printed Reports
Understanding the Data
Printing Tips
Changes in 2008
Risk and Protective Factor Definitions and Construction
The MYDAUS/YTS Guide: Using Your Data to Build Support for Prevention
MYDAUS 2008 Technical Report: Includes substance use trends in Maine since 1995, comparisons to national data, and county rankings.
Information on the Maine Integrated Youth Survey (MIYHS)

Please Note: You might see slight differences in the 2008 30-day cigarette use results depending on whether you use the Local Summary Report or data from the 64-report menu. The results from the extended menu are based on the same question as was used in 2004 and 2006, but neither result is “wrong”. (See 'Understanding the Data-Inconsistencies Between Reports'.)

NOTE: Data excludes surveys that failed to pass OSA's honesty screen.
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