Rural Health Resources by Topic: Substance use and misuse
Variations in Tobacco Retailer Type Across Community Characteristics: Place Matters
Examines prevalence of tobacco retailers in Ohio according to community characteristics such as levels of poverty, minority status, and rural, suburban, or urban status. Analyzes 11,392 tobacco retailers for retailer type and community characteristics.
Author(s): Claire Jenkins, Elli Schwartz, Nathaniel Onnen, Peter F. Craigmile, Megan E. Roberts Citation: Preventing Chronic Disease, 19 Date: 08/2022 Type: Document view details
Services and Supports for Longer-Term Impacts of COVID-19
Identifies federal services and supports to address the longer-term effects of COVID-19, including Long COVID and related conditions, mental health and substance use challenges, and
bereavement. Includes healthcare facilities and a wide range of services that can help meet these needs in rural and tribal communities.
Date: 08/2022 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services view details
Trends in Rural and Urban Cigarette Smoking Quit Ratios in the US From 2010 to 2020
Results of a study estimating trends in smoking quit ratios for adults in rural and urban areas from 2010-2020, using data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Features statistics with breakdowns by rural and urban areas, including quit ratios by age category.
Author(s): Maria A. Parker, Andrea H. Weinberger, Emma M. Eggers, Erik S. Parker, Andrea C. Villanti Citation: JAMA Network Open, 5(8) Date: 08/2022 Type: Document view details
Geographic Trends in Opioid Overdoses in the US From 1999 to 2020
Results of a study examining trends in opioid-involved overdose death (OOD) rates in urban and rural counties. Explores OODs due to overprescription of opioids, use of heroin and illicit synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and stimulants in combination with synthetic opioids. Features statistics with breakdowns by 6 levels of population density.
Author(s): Lori Ann Post, Alexander Lundberg, Charles B. Moss, et al. Citation: JAMA Network Open, 5(7) Date: 07/2022 Type: Document view details
Responding to a Surge in Overdose Deaths: Perspectives From US Syringe Services Programs
Highlights a study on the perspectives of syringe service program (SSP) leadership and staff regarding overdose deaths in the US. Bases conclusions on interviews done from February to March of 2021 and breaks down participant data by geographic region, distribution approach, and rurality, among others factors.
Author(s): Madeline C. Frost, Elizabeth J. Austin, Maria A. Corcorran, et al. Citation: Harm Reduction Journal, 19, 79 Date: 07/2022 Type: Document view details