The OASAS Office of Data Management, Research and Planning closely monitors substance use disorder (SUD) data and trends in order to better anticipate and meet the needs of New Yorkers living with addiction. OASAS believes an evidence-based and data-driven approach is critical to addressing substance use disorders. We're making these data available to our partners, providers, and localities to inform our collective efforts to understand and address addiction in New York State.
This dataset includes the number of admissions to NYS OASAS certified treatment programs aggregated by the program category, county of the program location, age group of client at admission, and the primary substance group.
County-level, core-dataset of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) public health data indicators. Each indicator compares county-level population-based rates to statewide rates; Rates for counties outside of NYC are compared to the Rest of State (ROS) rate which excludes NYC counties. For more in-depth analysis, view data sources linked in each indicator.