Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Alcohol Use Disorder
- Alcohol and Your Health
- Alcohol and Cancer
- Defining a Drink
- Driving While Impaired
Alcohol Data and Reports
Facts about alcohol use in Minnesota.
2019 cost study showing the price tag for excessive drinking in Minnesota and who pays the bill.
- Also see the Costs of Excessive Alcohol Use by County for county-level data.
Communities can use alcohol outlet density as a tool for preventing excessive alcohol use and to guide the development of other evidence-based prevention strategies.
This fact sheet describes alcohol use among people who can become pregnant.
Facts about alcohol poisoning deaths in 2021.
Statistics on alcohol use among adults in Minnesota, excessive drinking, youth alcohol use, and alcohol-related harms.
This report describes fully alcohol-attributable deaths, which are those that would not occur in the absence of alcohol.
Data and reports from 2017 or earlier.
Research shows that youth who start drinking alcohol before age 15 are more likely to develop alcohol dependence or abuse later in life compared to those who begin drinking at or after age 21 years. This data brief reports on alcohol use reported by youth in the 2019 Minnesota Student Survey.
Select protective factors, such as positive adult role models and youth activities, can affect students' behavior in regards to drinking alcohol. This fact sheet highlights key data regarding protective factors in youth drinking.
In Minnesota, students' perception of peers' drinking behaviors affects their own drinking behaviors. This fact sheet outlines key data on youth drinking and the influence of peers.