An analysis of job postings on Glassdoor to see what types of jobs are most likely to include requirements for pre-employment drug tests & regular drug screening.
We explored the stressors affecting college students and the lengths they go to to find success
It has been recently estimated that there were more than 72,000 drug overdose deaths in the United States in 2017 – a rise of roughly 10 percent from the year prior. While that number may be staggering, statistics often fall short when trying to reach us on an emotional level; it's difficult to grasp the gravity of life lost when people are represented by numbers, but the truth is 1 in 3 Americans will have a friend who dies from a drug overdose.
We surveyed 18-24 year olds about their experience with drug education in and outside of school. Information about effective methods and more.
American Addiction Centers is sharing some shocking statistics on drunk driving in the US. See how Americans responded to our drinking and driving survey.
Which artists are using Instagram to glamorize getting wasted?
While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says people can't ingest a lethal dose of marijuana, the legality of the substance might not tell the whole story. In fact, alcohol is legal in all 50 states but is responsible for 88,000 deaths every year and 2.5 million years of potential life lost.
Our team analyzed third-party reports of those diagnosed with a co-occurring mental health disorder & substance use disorder. Learn more about our findings.
We analyzed the effects of addiction to several different illicit drugs. See our data and findings on how these addictions affect users differently.
Our study takes a close look at the dangers of binge drinking among veterans, drunk driving incidents, and the emotional and physical trauma that could be leading to this substance misuse among some of America's most dedicated heroes.
American Addiction Center shares its findings on substance abuse by city. See how your hometown ranks against the top ten for most drug use.
We set out to study emerging trends in America's treatment industry. By analyzing data from SAMHSA's National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services from 2000 through 2016, we've uncovered compelling shifts in the composition of treatment facilities across the country.
For over two decades, the United States has struggled with an opioid epidemic that is continuing to worsen each year. Despite efforts to fight drug abuse, the booming use of fentanyl has only increased the death toll.