Substance abuse has a dangerous impact on millions of Americans each year.
On a global scale, an alcohol-related illness, injury, murder, or suicide is the cause of 5.3% (or 1 in every 20) deaths every year.
About 964,000 Americans have a Meth use disorder.
Only about 7% of Americans with an alcohol use disorder ever receive treatment.
In 2018, 28% of college students and 14% of 12th graders admitted to binge drinking.
In 19 states, Meth causes more deaths than all Opioids combined, including Fentanyl.
In 2017, about 30% of Opioid-related overdoses also involved a Benzodiazepine.