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Drug Overdose Rates Are Highest in Places With the Most Economic and Family Distress

Description
Examines county-level drug-related mortality as it relates to economic distress and family dissolution. Includes discussion of differences in mortality seen in farm-dependent and mining-dependent rural counties.
Author(s)
Shannon M. Monnat
Date
03/2018
Type
Document
Organization
Carsey School of Public Policy
Tagged as
County-by-county data · Illicit drug use · Mortality