SDG Indicator 3.5.1
Indicator 3.5.1 - Substance abuse treatment intervention outcomes
Data for Indicator 3.5.1 illustrates substance abuse intervention and treatment outcomes in the San Diego region. The target, set by the United Nations, is to reduce the death rate per 100,000 people to zero.
This dataset shows a consistently low death rate between 2011 and 2017, with a slight increase in to 6.7 in 2017.
Indicator 3.5.1 also considers other substance abuse treatment outcomes. The graph below visualizes data on four different outcomes: death, emergency department (ED) discharge, hospitalization, and in-patient treatment.
Note: As no data exists for Physical Rehabilitation or Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF)/Intermediate Care, they are not included in this dataset.
The map below depicts the substance abuse death rate per 100,000 people by Supervisorial District. Counts are too small to map at more granular geographic levels.
Data regarding substance abuse is compiled by the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency.