Minnesota came up with two additional goals at the summit:
- Reduce the smoking rate of adults being treated from 60% in 2015 to 45% in 2020. Data Source: 2013 Minnesota 10x10 Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Data.
- Continue the downward trend of youth smokers with depression. In 2015, the rate was 25%. Data Source: Minnesota Student Survey, Grade 11, 2013.
No updated data has been provided for these targets.
Updated data for Minnesota
For consistency in benchmarking and measuring the progress of all states, SCLC has been tracking BRFSS data. Here are the results:
Smoking prevalence among adults by frequent poor mental health status
Summit Year 2015: 31.87% 2020: 26.3%
Smoking prevalence among adults by heavy drinking status
Summit Year 2015: 35.75% 2020: 29.9%
In 2020, the smoking prevalence among adult smokers with Depression was at 23.2%. Updated data for adult smokers with Serious Mental Illness has not been provided to SCLC.
View data from all Leadership Academy States.
Poor mental health – self report 14 or more days with poor mental health in the past 30 days
Heavy drinking: 2015 to present defined as consuming on average more than 14 drinks per week for men, more than 7 drinks per week for women; 2011 to 2014 defined as consuming on average more than 2 drinks per day for men and one drink per day for women.
Baseline determined using 2014 BRFSS.
Baseline at Summit for adult smokers with Depression determined using 2014 BRFSS; baseline at Summit for SMI determined using 2014 MN 10x10 Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Data.