Data and tools for making decisions, choosing effective strategies,
applying for funding, building community and envisioning a bright future.
The purpose of this website is to provide accessible and current data specific to San Juan County for community leaders, agencies and organizations, and community members. This project grew out of San Juan County Partnership's Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success (SPF PFS), a grant from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Additional funding in support of the project was provided by San Juan County.

Highlights from the 2021 YRRS

The data from the latest high school Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey (YRRS) are available! Here are some highlights for San Juan County. Explore youth data in the context of related adult data at this website.


Nearly one-fourth of high school students reported using e-cigs or electronic vapor product use in 2021, which decreased from 32% in 2019. See more tobacco indicators.
Past 30-day use of E-cigs
High School Students


Persistent feelings of sadness/hopelessness among high school students has risen steadily since 2013. See more mental health indicators.
Feeling Sad or Hopeless
More than 2 weeks, in past year


A new question on the 2019 YRRS asked high school students about driving after using marijuana. See more indicators related to marijuana among high school and and middle school aged youth.
Marijuana Use and Driving
Past 30-days (2021)

Community Health Highlights

Below are highlights from the most recent data from the New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Public Education Department.


In 2021, there were 39 drug overdose deaths across the county. The age-adjusted rate for the county increased to 35.4 per 100,000. See more drug overdose trends and comparisons.
Drug Overdose Rate


From 2019 to 2021, there has been a modest increase in the percent of women receiving prenatal care. See other child and maternal health trends.
Prenatal Care
First Trimester


Of the 20 traffic fatalities across the county in 2023, 8 were alcohol-involved. The numbers of traffic fatalities were lower in 2020, 2022 and 2023 than in all previous years shown. See more trends and comparisons.
Traffic Fatalities that were Alcohol-involved

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