The following snapshots are data compiled from the CTC Youth Survey in December 2012. The youth surveyed were 9th, 10th, and 12th graders in Kootenai County. We have compiled the most valuable statistics and put them together in a way that is easy to read and understand. Feel free to print these resources and use them in any way you see fit. We are excited about this project and hope that the community finds this information useful and accessable. 

Thank you to TranCreative for their fabulous design skills!


On the Left you will find information regarding substances and the teen's perception and use or substances. There is also a Teen Brain focus that explains the science of the brain and substance abuse. You will also find a Yearly Comparison that shows data from 2004-2012 in all these substance areas. 


On the Right you will find information regarding the emotional/personal health of teens and their perceptions fo themselves, their families, and the world they live in. There is also a Family Check Up card that shows 5 keys to having a healthy family. There is also information regarding teen suicide in Idaho and Kootenai County, how to build a hapy healthy neighborhood, and also a Risk and Protective factors overview where you can see the changes in the risk factors and protective factors in Kootenai County. 

TEEN_BRAIN.jpgTeen Brain Rack Card                                FAMILY_CHECKUP.jpgFamily Check Up Rack Card

ALCOHOL.jpgAlcohol                                                        SCHOOL_PERCEPTIONS.jpgSchool Perceptions

TOBACCO.jpgTobacco                                                      EMOTIONAL_HEALTH.jpgEmotional Health

MARIJUANA.jpgMarijuana                                                    NEIGHBORHOOD_PERCEPTIONS.jpgNeighborhood Perceptions

PRESCRIPTION_DRUG_USE.jpgPrescription Drug Use                                 FAMILY_PERCEPTIONS.jpgFamily Perceptions

YEARLY_COMPARISON.jpgYearly Comparison                                     RISK_PROTECTIVE_FACTORS.jpgRisk and Protective Factors