Quote from a visiting Emergency Medicine doctor,

“We have an opiate problem in Ohio, but I have never seen anything like this.”

Data…

is important, but usually shows us where we were, not where we are or where we are going.

EndMeth confers with experts to understand the nature of the meth problem in Hawaii, develop solutions, and monitor progress. More Hawaii data is needed to

Determine data and research priorities.
Collect data to set baselines that will help track the success of efforts.
Disseminate actionable data to help EndMeth partners.
Consider the impact of data and research on behavioral change.

Local Data

Hawaii State Dept of Health
State of Hawaii, Department of Health:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division

[Report on Drug Use in Hawaii]

Hawaii State Dept of Health
High Intensity Drug Traficking Area: Hawaii compared with the rest of the country

[2019 Report]

Hawaii State Dept of Health
Pacific Health Analytics Collaborative

[PHAC Website]

Hawaii State Dept of Health
Hawaii meth use, compared with the rest of the country

[View Data]

Hawaii State Dept of Health
Hawaii Article: The Association of Methamphetamine and
Cardiomyopathy

[Download article]

Hawaii State Dept of Health
Oahu Coroner’s Data: Deaths with meth positive drug screen are increasing

[View Data]

Hawaii State Dept of Health
Hawaii Cares Data:
State of Hawaii, Dept. of Health
Behavioral Health & Homelessness Statewide Unified Response Group

[View Website]

National Data

Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index: Meth is getting worse

[View Data]

Hawaii State Dept of Health
Meth is the most common drug in overdose deaths in chunk of US
by Mike Stobbe – Oct. 24, 2019
This data is from: Holly Hedegaard, M.D., M.S.P.H., and Brigham A. Bastian, B.S., National Center for Health Statistics; James P. Trinidad, M.P.H., M.S., U.S. Food and Drug Administration; and Merianne Rose Spencer, M.P.H., and Margaret Warner, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics

[View Data]

CDC
CDC ‘other drug’ overdose data includes methamphetamine

[View Data]

CDC Provisional Drug Overdose Death Counts

[View Data]

CDC MMWR article on patterns of methamphetamine use

[View Data]

CDC
CDC National Center for Health Statistics

[View Data]

NDTA
Methamphetamine is available throughout the United States, with the highest availability in the West and Midwest regions of the country
NIH
NIH Methamphetamine Research Report

[View Data]

NIH Overdose Death Rates Report

[View Data]

Worldwide Data

WHO
WHO concern about amphetamine -type stimulants
“The use of ATS is a global and growing phenomenon and in recent years, there has been a pronounced increase in the production and use of ATS worldwide.”

[View Data]

Other Data

WHO
Hawaii Opioid Initiative – Evaluation Report

[View Data]

WHO
Hawai’i Behavioral Health Dashboard

[View Data]

WHO
Seattle King County Addressing Meth Report

[See Report]

Seattle King County Addressing Meth Summary

[See Summary]

 

WHO
Hawai’i Behavioral Health Dashboard

[View Data]