Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey 

The Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey (MIYHS) is a biennial survey of Maine students in grades 5 through 12 that monitors health behaviors and attitudes regarding tobacco, alcohol, substance use, mental health, nutrition, physical activity, and protective factors. The MIYHS was first administered in 2009 and will be offered in February of odd-numbered years, except for 2021 when the survey was administered in the fall. The MIYHS is conducted by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services in collaboration with the Maine Department of Education. The MIYHS is an Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved survey. 

Publicly available data reports for the state, geographic public health districts, and counties are available for each survey cycle since 2009 on the Results pages. School and school district reports are available via username and password assigned to principals and superintendents.

For questions about the content of reports, how to access school-level data, or submit a special data request, please email