County Supplemental Tables

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These tables are intended to supplement the Washington State Needs Assessment Household Survey (WANAHS) 2003 County Profile of Substance Use and Need for Treatment Services. Select a county from the map or list:

Identifier: The Washington State Needs Assessment Household Survey (WANAHS)

AdamsAsotinBentonChelan, ClallamClarkColumbiaCowlitz, DouglasFerryFranklinGarfield, Grant,  Grays HarborIsland, JeffersonKingKitsapKittitas, KlickitatLewisLincolnMason, OkanoganPacificPend Oreille, PierceSan JuanSkagitSkamania, SnohomishSpokaneStevens, ThurstonWahkiakumWalla Walla, WhatcomWhitmanYakima

WANAHS Background

The WANAHS was a statewide survey of 6,713 adult household residents designed to measure the prevalence of substance use and the need for substance abuse treatment. Data were collected from February 2003 through February 2004. Funding was provided by a grant from the Federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. These data update a previous survey conducted in 1993-94. The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) Research and Data Analysis Division conducted the project on behalf of the DSHS Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse. The WANAHS over sampled young adults, minorities, and lower-income populations to facilitate demographic analysis. The WANAHS sample was weighted to U.S. Census data to provide direct statewide estimates of substance use and the need for substance abuse treatment services. County-level estimates are derived from a synthetic estimation process. This process is explained in greater detail in the county reports.