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2018 FLORIDA YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE SURVEY Volusia Monroe MiamiDade Methodology Survey was administered in February of

2018. Sampling strategy: schools and classrooms were selected to generate statistically representative county-level estimates. Final sample size was 1,132 across grades 6 through 12.

The margin of error is less than 4.1 percentage points for prevalence rates for the combined middle school and high school sample. Substance Use Prevalence Rates 2018 Results Grap h1 Lifetime use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs among Duval County students, 2018

Grap h2 Past-30-day use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs among Duval County students, 2018 Key Findings With overall prevalence rates of 33.3% for lifetime use and 13.9% for past-30-day use, alcohol is the most commonly used drug among Duval County students.

After alcohol, students reported vaping/ecigarettes (21.0% lifetime and 9.9% past-30day) and marijuana (20.5% lifetime and 12.4% past-30-day) as the most commonly used drugs. 12.1% of high school students reported blacking out after drinking on one or more occasions. For other drug use categories, past-30-day prevalence ranges from 3.6% for cigarettes to 0.1% for heroin.

Alcohol, Cigarettes and Marijuana 2008-2018 Trends Early Initiation and Risk of Harm Substance Use and Driving Grap h3 Past-30-day alcohol use, Duval County 2008-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2008-2018

Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h4 Binge Drinking, Duval County 2008-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2008-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h5

Blacking out from drinking, among high school students, Duval County 2014-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2014-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h6 Alcohol trends summary for Duval County, 2008-2018 Grap h7

Usual source of alcohol within the past 30 days among high school drinkers, Duval County and Florida Statewide, 2018 Duval County Florida Statewide Grap h8 Usual drinking location within the past 30 days among high school drinkers, Duval County and Florida Statewide, 2018 Duval County

Florida Statewide Grap h9 Past-30-day cigarette use, Duval County 2008-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2008-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h 10

Cigarette trends summary for Duval County, 2008-2018 Grap h 11 Past-30-day vaporizer/e-cigarette use, Duval County 2016-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2016-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h 12

Past-30-day marijuana use, Duval County 2008-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2008-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h 13 Marijuana trends summary for Duval County, 2008-2018 Grap h 14

Substance use before or during school in the past 12 months, Duval County and Florida Statewide, 2018 Duval County Florida Statewide Grap h 15 DUI or riding with a driver under the influence, among high school students, Duval County 2012-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018

Duval County 2012-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Note: DUI does not imply intoxication but only indicates use prior to driving . Key Findings In Duval County, past-30-day alcohol use was reported at 13.9%, compared to 15.3% across the statewide sample.

Binge drinking declined from 13.0% in 2008 to 7.6% in 2018. Past-30-day cigarette use declined from 6.7% in 2008 to 3.6% in 2018. In the past 30 days, 15.2% of high school students have ridden in a car with a driver who was under the influence of alcohol, and 29.0% have ridden with a driver under the influence of marijuana.

Other Illicit, Over-the-Counter, and Prescription Drugs 2008-2018 Trends Grap h 16 Past-30-day inhalant use, Duval County 2008-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2008-2018

Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h 17 Past-30-day over-the-counter drug use, Duval County 20102018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2010-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h 18 Past-30-day depressants use, Duval County 2008-2018 and

Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2008-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h 19 Past-30-day prescription pain reliever use, Duval County 20082018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2008-2018 Florida Statewide 2018

Grap h 20 Past-30-day prescription amphetamines use, Duval County 2008-2018 and Florida Statewide 2018 Duval County 2008-2018 Florida Statewide 2018 Grap h 21 Past-30-day drug combination rates for Duval County and Florida Statewide, 2018

Duval County Florida Statewide Key Findings In Duval County, 8.3% of surveyed students reported the use of any illicit drug other than marijuana in the past 30 days, compared to 5.8% across the statewide sample.

Past-30-day illicit drug other than marijuana use decreased from 8.5% in 2008 to 8.3% in 2018. Among high school students, past-30-day synthetic marijuana use decreased from 3.1% in 2012 to 0.8% in 2018. Among middle school students, 4.7% reported the use of inhalants in the past 30 days, a rate higher than any other illicit drug

Other Antisocial Behaviors, Bullying, Symptoms of Depression, and Gang Involvement 2018 Results Grap h 22 Comparisons of past-12-month delinquent behavior for Duval County and Florida Statewide, 2018 Duval County

Florida Statewide Grap h 23 Other antisocial behaviors trend summary for Duval County, 2008-2018 Grap h 24 Bullying-related behaviors among Duval County middle and high school students, 2018

Middle School High School Grap h 25 Comparisons of symptoms of depression for Duval County and Florida Statewide, 2018 Duval County Florida Statewide Grap

h 26 Gang involvement, Duval County and Florida Statewide, 2018 Duval County Florida Statewide Key Findings In Duval County, prevalence rates for Attempting to Steal a Vehicle (2.1%) and Taking a Handgun to School (1.4%) are 3.0% or less.

Higher prevalence rates were reported for Getting Suspended (13.7%) and Attacking Someone with Intent to Harm (9.5%). In Duval County, 54.9% of students have been socially bullied, 31.0% have been physically bullied, and 27.3% have been cyber bullied.

In Duval County, 44.7% of students reported feeling depressed or sad on most days in the past year. Risk and Protective Factor Prevalence Rates for M.S. and H.S. Students 2018 Results Grap h 27 Protective factor prevalence rates for Duval County and Florida Statewide middle school students, 2018

Duval County Florida Statewide Grap h 28 Community domain and family domain risk factor prevalence rates for Duval County and Florida Statewide middle school students, 2018 Duval County Florida Statewide

Grap h 29 School domain and peer and individual domain risk factor prevalence rates for Duval County and Florida Statewide middle school students, 2018 Duval County Florida Statewide Grap h 30

Protective factor prevalence rates for Duval County and Florida Statewide high school students, 2018 Duval County Florida Statewide Grap h 31 Community domain and family domain risk factor prevalence rates for Duval County and Florida Statewide high school students, 2018 Duval County

Florida Statewide Grap h 32 School domain and peer and individual domain risk factor prevalence rates for Duval County and Florida Statewide high school students, 2018 Duval County Florida Statewide Key Findings

Protective factor prevalence rates opportunities for improvement: Middle school students reported the lowest rates of protection for the School Rewards for Prosocial Involvement (38%) and Religiosity (43%) scales. High school students reported the lowest rates of protection for the Family Rewards for Prosocial Involvement (43%) and School Rewards for Prosocial Involvement (49%) scales. Key Findings

Risk factor prevalence ratesopportunities for improvement: Middle school students reported the highest rates of risk for the Lack of Commitment to School (64%) and Transitions and Mobility (65%) scales. High school students reported the highest rates of risk for the Lack of Commitment to School (61%) and Transitions and Mobility (63%) scales.

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