Yes, we recommend checking the Substate Reports page for the 2012-2014 NSDUH published substate estimates, located here:
SAMHSA has published substate estimates available, the latest being 2012-2014.
- The latest set of substate estimates is available here:
- Substate region definitions are available here:
- Substate region shapefiles for use with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software are available here:
- The RDAS tool includes county and substate identifiers, but estimates for these geographies can only be produced for several years of combined data.
The following links provide more information about the NSDUH state and substate estimates:
- SAMHSA’s main page for state and substate estimates:
- Search results for state estimate reports, comparisons, FAQs, etc. from the SAMHSA site
- Search results for substate estimate reports, comparisons, FAQs, etc. from the SAMHSA site
- 2014-2015 NSDUH State Estimates of Substance Use and Mental Disorders: