These state fact sheets from the CDC highlight the public health problem and the status of alcohol policy solutions in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Learn what’s happening in your state and how you can address excessive alcohol use.
The Alcohol Action Network created state fact sheets containing data on alcohol-related harms. The fact sheets are available to Alcohol Action Network members only.
This fact sheet provides prevention practitioners with guidance for passing local ordinances.
This fact sheet discusses the goals of using POLD data, why they are important, considerations for policies, and tips and suggestions for implementing.
This fact sheet discusses the goals of environmental scanning, why it is important, considerations for conducting environmental scans, and limited tips and suggestions.
This fact sheet discusses the goal of event restrictions, why event restrictions are important, considerations for ordinances/policies, and limited tips and suggestions.
This fact sheet discusses the evidence behind outlet density regulation and provides limited guidance for how to plan for and implement regulations. It contains some data related to IL only, which may not be relevant for those in other states.
This fact sheet provides an overview of why alcohol advertising restrictions are impactful, examples of advertising restrictions, and limited guidance for how to collect data and engage stakeholders in enacting advertising restrictions.
This fact sheet discusses the consequences of excessive drinking in college communities and how communities can collect data and tailor evidence-based prevention strategies. Some of the data is specific to IL.