These summary reports are published by various government agencies and others and use Illinois data.
Illinois Youth Survey (IYS), CPRD
At this time, the suspension of the progress of IYS school-based implementation during Spring 2020 due to the Covid 19 pandemic has resulted in the inability to produce statewide sample-based reports for 2020.
Prescription Drug Use and Opioids:
Through the SEOW, CPRD created an epidemiological profile on prescription drug use:
Prescription Drug and Opioid Misuse in Illinois Final Infographic
PowerPoint presentation based on this study was created, it is available below:
Prescription Drug and Opioid Misuse in Illinois (PowerPoint presentation)
The state of Illinois recently adoption a law requiring prescription drug prescribers to register.
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
Strategic Prevention Framework-Partners for Success Final Reports
The Final Report of the Overall Five Year Project to improve community-based youth alcohol prevention planning and implementation using the Strategic Prevention Framework in nine Illinois communities.
An addendum report provides an overview of five of the nine Illinois SPF-PFS communities receiving “project extension” funding between September 2019 and June 2020.
Statewide Opioid Reports from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)
This report provides preliminary details on opioid overdoses in Illinois for the year 2021. Overdose data from the previous years are also provided to allow for comparisons. The Opioid Overdose Semiannual Report consolidates the overdose reporting requirements under the Hospital Licensing Act and the Counties Code.
It includes information on overdose deaths, including heroin and opioid analgesics. Additionally, it includes non-fatal overdose information reported by hospitals to the IDPH as required. This semiannual report updates the “Opioid Overdose Semiannual Report – August 2021,” adding more recent data and trends. The 2020 data shared within this report are finalized, but the 2021 data remain preliminary as cases are reviewed.