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1 Dallas County 2010 Drug Impact Index Creating safer youth and a safer community through cooperative drug prevention strategies

2 Dallas County Topics Alcohol/Other Drug Related Deaths HIV/AIDS STDs Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Fatalities Adult & Juvenile Arrests for Alcohol & Drugs Violent Crime Incidents of Family Violence Teen Mothers School Dropouts Juvenile Delinquency Juveniles on Probation for Drug Arrests Drug Use – High School Students Drug Treatment Admissions Heroin Treatment Admissions Heroin Deaths/Poison Center Calls

3 Dallas County Alcohol Related Deaths Source: Raw data from Center of Health Statistics, Texas Department of State Health Services; Analysis by Decision Support Unit /MHSA, DSHS. 7.6% 7.7% 7.4% 7.3% Percents shown are percent of Total Dallas County Deaths

4 Dallas County Other Drug Related Deaths Source: Raw data from Center of Health Statistics, Texas Department of State Health Services; Analysis by Decision Support Unit /MHSA, DSHS. Percents shown are percent of Total Dallas County Deaths 2.5% 2.3% 2.4%

5 Dallas County New HIV/AIDS Diagnoses by Mode of Exposure Source: Raw data from TB/HIV/STD Epidemiology and Surveillance, Texas Department of State Health Services

6 Dallas County New HIV/AIDS Diagnoses by Mode of Exposure Source: Raw data from TB/HIV/STD Epidemiology and Surveillance, Texas Department of State Health Services

7 Dallas County Sexually Transmitted Diseases Source: Raw data from TB/HIV/STD Epidemiology and Surveillance, Texas Department of State Health Services

8 Dallas County Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Fatalities Source: Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) Encyclopedia. http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov Traffic Fatalities in Dallas County by Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) 2003-2008

9 Dallas County Adult Arrests for Alcohol & Drugs Source: Texas Department of State Health Services; Texas Department of Public Safety DWI/DUI Liquor Violations

10 Dallas County Adult Arrests for Alcohol & Drugs Source: Texas Department of State Health Services; Texas Department of Public Safety Public Intoxication Drug Trafficking

11 Dallas County Adult Arrests for Alcohol & Drugs Source: Texas Department of State Health Services; Texas Department of Public Safety Drug Possession

12 Dallas County Juvenile Arrests for Alcohol & Drugs Source: Texas Department of State Health Services; Texas Department of Public Safety DWI/DUI Liquor Violations

13 Dallas County Juvenile Arrests for Alcohol & Drugs Source: Texas Department of State Health Services; Texas Department of Public Safety Public Intoxication Drug Trafficking

14 Dallas County Juvenile Arrests for Alcohol & Drugs Source: Texas Department of State Health Services; Texas Department of Public Safety Drug Possession

15 Dallas County Violent Crime Adult Arrest Rates for Violent Crimes per 10,000 Adults: Dallas County Source: Texas Department of Public Safety Violent Crime includes Murder, Robbery, Rape, and Aggravated Assault offenses. The estimated population of Dallas County in 2008 was 1,710,990 according to the US Census Bureau.

16 Dallas County Violent Crime Juvenile Arrest Rates for Violent Crimes per 10,000 Adults: Dallas County Source: Texas Department of Public Safety Violent Crime includes Murder, Robbery, Rape, and Aggravated Assault offenses. The estimated population of Dallas County in 2008 was 1,710,990 according to the US Census Bureau.

17 Dallas County Incidents of Family Violence Police Dept.20052006200720082009 Dallas14,44513,09612,23213,16012,086 Addison179161173166159 Balch Springs203213298326329 Baylor Hlth Care Sys411094 Carrollton459472444401350 Cedar Hill ISD1100 Cedar Hill290273255263308 Cockrell Hill3428394244 Coppell91881089479 Dallas Co Hosp Dist04102 Desoto411340420456621 Duncanville268216190215231 Farmers Branch155140143131138 Garland2,1062,0202,0431,8781,454 Glenn Heights125110129126115 Grand Prairie1,4801,0949931,072900 Highland Park57713 Hutchins2718214218 Irving1,8411,7151,5341,3591,327 Lancaster458457477440255 Mesquite1,030949717593443 Source: Texas Department of Public Safety – Texas Crime Reports

18 Dallas County Incidents of Family Violence - Continued Police Dept.20052006200720082009 Mountain View College30000 Ovilla1411141110 Richardson377371380326329 Richland College10000 Rowlett380410340315367 Sachse4166886660 Seagoville126119120103126 Southern Methodist Univ94830 University Park131720 15 UT Dallas43176 UT Med School - Dallas31100 Wilmer3230343727 Dallas CO SO5553 5143 Dallas County 24,66922,48821,29421,72519,859 Source: Texas Department of Public Safety – Texas Crime Reports

19 Dallas County Teen Mothers Dallas County Births Total County % Teen Births Total Teen Births To Teens Age 15-17 To Teens Age 14 & Under* 42,29745,52447,45043,86844,414 5.3%5.4%5.1%5.3% 2,2492,2962,1512,3572,325 Source: Texas Department of State Health Services *For 2003 and 2004 this age group is categorized as ages 10-14

20 Dallas County Teen Mothers Texas Births Total State % Teen Births Total Teen Births To Teens Age 15-17 To Teens Age 14 & Under* 377,374381,441385,537399,309407,453 5.1%5.0%4.9% 19,23719,24718,98819,24719,453 Source: Texas Department of State Health Services *For 2003 and 2004 this age group is categorized as ages 10-14 Texas

21 Dallas County School Dropouts Dallas County Public School Dropouts Grades 7-12 Source: Texas Education Agency For additional information on dropout rates, please see Secondary School Completion and Dropouts in Texas Public Schools, 2005-06 (TEA, 2007a) http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/research/pdfs/dropcomp_county_supp_2005-06.pdf Texas Dropout Rates 05-0606-0707-0808-09 2.6%2.7%2.2%2.0% 3.9%4.0% 3.4% 2.8%

22 Dallas County Juvenile Delinquency Source: Texas Education Agency PEIMS Report Discipline Reason Incidents 2004-2005 Incidents 2005-2006 Incidents 2006-2007 Incidents 2007-2008 Incidents 2008-2009 Possession/ Selling - Controlled Substance15291504166818261980 Felony Controlled Substance Violation7399267200141 Possession - Alcoholic Beverage173151165166156 Possession - Tobacco Products326373423374438 Possession - Gun, Knife, or other Weapon11882658392 Assult of School Employee/Volunteer321462467194217 Assault against someone other than School Employee/Volunteer506523478403424 School Related Gang Violence252276299325372 Juvenile Delinquency Incidents Texas Education Agency PEIMS Report

23 Dallas County Juveniles on Probation for Drug Arrests Juveniles Referred to Probation for Drug Related Arrests Source: Texas Juvenile Probation Commission

24 Dallas County Recent Use of Alcohol (Past 30 Days) Drank 5 or More Drinks on One or More Occasions (Past 30 Days) High School Drug Use - Alcohol Past Use of Alcohol Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance 2005-2009

25 Dallas County Recent Use of Marijuana (Past 30 Days) High School Drug Use - Marijuana Past Use of Marijuana Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance 2005-2009

26 Dallas County Recent Use of Tobacco (Past 30 Days) High School Drug Use - Tobacco Past Use of Tobacco Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance 2005-2009

27 Dallas County Past Use of Heroin Mixed with Nighttime Pain Reliever (Cheese Heroin) High School Drug Use - Heroin Past Use of Heroin Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance 2005-2009

28 Dallas County Recent Use of Cocaine (Past 30 Days) High School Drug Use - Cocaine Past Use of Cocaine Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance 2005-2009

29 Dallas County Past Use of Inhalants High School Drug Use – Other Drugs Past Use of Methamphetamines Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance 2005-2009 Past Use of Steroids

30 Dallas County Recent Use of Ecstacy (Past 30 Days) High School Drug Use – Other Drugs Past Use of Illegal IV Drugs Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance 2005-2009 Past Use of Ecstacy Recent Use of Prescription Drugs With No Prescription from a Doctor (Past 30 Days)

31 Dallas County Drug Treatment Admissions Source: Texas Department of State Health Services Adult & Youth Admissions to Dallas County DSHS Funded Treatment Programs

32 Dallas County Drug Treatment Admissions - Adult Source: Texas Department of State Health Services Primary Drug at Time of Adult Admission to DSHS Funded Facilities 20052006200720082009 Alcohol 26022829261125652542 Heroin 16281454191921532563 Crack 15761597165015591458 Amphetamines/Methamphetamines 8619791045843937 Marijuana/Hashish 765879117413031605 Cocaine (powder) 541554651638618 Other Opiate/Synthetic Opiate 341303379421500 PCP 35264893110 Other (Barbituates, Inhalants, Ecstasy, etc) 143115139182363

33 Dallas County Drug Treatment Admissions - Youth 20052006200720082009 Marijuana/Hashish 347293563729897 Cocaine (powder) 3531473551 Heroin 3365252246218 Amphetamines/Methamphetamines 25241288 Alcohol 2324455532 Other Opiate/Synthetic Opiate 441788 Other (Barbituates, Inhalants, Ecstasy, etc) 25 374245 Primary Drug at Time of Youth Admission to DSHS Funded Facilities Source: Texas Department of State Health Services

34 Dallas County Heroin Treatment Admissions Source: Texas Department of State Health Services Dallas County Heroin Admissions to DSHS Funded Treatment by Age

35 Dallas County Heroin Treatment Admissions Source: Texas Department of State Health Services Dallas County Heroin Admissions to DSHS Funded Treatment by Route of Administration

36 Dallas County Heroin Deaths Source: University of Texas at Austin, Center for Social Work Research Persons Dying With a Mention of Heroin in Dallas County 2002-2008

37 Dallas County Poison Center Calls Number of Heroin Exposures Reported to the Texas Poison Center Network from Dallas County Source: Texas Poison Center Network, Texas Department of State Health Services

38 www.drugfreedallas.org www.dallascouncil.org


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