Substance.com pulled data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
Administration, the FBI, and the Centers for Disease Control
to create a
real-time snapshot of US drug use, plus a few other mental health and social issues.

Each number below represents the "real-time" usage and incident rate.*

Every time the number changes, a new person has engaged in the named behavior (according to averages of the available data as of September 2014).
Since this page has loaded, the following has taken place.




General Tobacco Use

0



Cigarette Use

0



General Alcohol Use

0



Binge Drinking

0


Someone Becomes
Dependent on Alcohol

0



Marijuana Use (non-medical)

0



Inhalant Use

0



Powder Cocaine Use

0



Crack Cocaine Use

0



Ecstasy Use

0



LSD Use

0


Non-medical
Painkiller Use

0



Tranquilizer Use (non-medical)

0



OxyContin Use (non-medical)

0



Heroin Use

0



PCP Use

0



Methamphetamine Use

0


Thoughts
of Suicide

0



Gun is Purchased

0


Drug-Related
Emergency Room Visit

0



Fatal Drug Overdose

0


Domestic
DEA Arrest

0



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