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2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide
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2010-11 Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health-Depression & Suicide

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2010-11 School Year Fairfax County Youth Survey: Mental Health: Depression & Suicide

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  • 1. 2010-2011 School YearFairfax CountyYouth SurveyMental Health: Depression & SuicideUpdated February 2012 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 2. Fairfax County Youth SurveyThe Fairfax County Youth Survey … • Is comprehensive, anonymous and voluntary • Examines the behaviors, experiences, and risk and protective factors that influence the well-being of our county’s youth • Provides county, school, and community–based organizations with data to assess youth needs and strengths, develop programs, monitor trends, measure community indicators, and guide countywide planning of prevention efforts 2 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 3. Fairfax County Youth Survey ParticipationThe 2010 Fairfax County Youth Survey was completed… • by over 44,000 FCPS students, • representing 86% of enrolled students, • in grades 6, 8, 10, and 12.6th grade students take a shortened, modified survey. 3 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 4. Fairfax County Youth Survey DemographicsRisk & Protective Factors Survey (Grades 8,10,12) Survey Respondents Number Percent • Grade 8 10,718 35.3% • Grade 10 10,197 33.5% • Grade 12 9,484 31.2% • Female 15,160 50.1% • Male 15,083 49.9% • White 13,688 45.5% • Black 3,070 10.2% • Hispanic 5,200 17.3% • Asian 5,999 19.9% • Other/Multiple 2,128 7.1%The 2010 Fairfax County Youth Survey results by demographics are representative ofthe student population of the grade levels surveyed.The 2010 Fairfax County Youth Survey was administered to 10,964 6th graders with 4similar representation in demographic categories. Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 5. Mental Health:Depression & SuicideQuestions Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 6. Fairfax County Youth Survey QuestionsOn the 2010 Fairfax County Youth Survey, students wereasked the following question. The next section asks about your feelings and experiences in other parts of your life. Remember, your answers are confidential. During the past 12 months, did you ever feel so sad or hopeless almost every day for two weeks or more in a row that you stopped doing some usual activities? Yes/No The question regarding depression is asked annually. 6 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 7. Fairfax County Youth Survey QuestionsOn the 2009 Fairfax County Youth Survey, students were askedquestions regarding suicide. These questions are only asked in oddyears to keep the survey at a length that can be completed during oneclass period and to coincide with the administration of the YRBS toobtain a national comparison.These questions were NOT asked on the 2010 survey. The next section asks about your feelings during the past 12 months. Remember, your answers are confidential. During the past 12 months, did you ever: … seriously consider attempting suicide? Yes/No … actually attempt suicide? Yes/No 7 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 8. Survey Results Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 9. Correlation Data• Cross-tabulations are when we look at the way students responded to multiple questions, for example when we look at results by demographics such as symptoms of depression by gender or the cross of two experiences such as symptoms of depression by substance use.• Cross-tabulations of data do not imply cause and effect.• The results do not imply that being a certain gender or using substances causes depression. The data indicate there is a correlation of the female gender reporting higher prevalence of reported depressive symptoms.• Similarly, youth who use substances are more likely to report symptoms of depression, but the results cannot say whether the substance use causes depression or whether depression leads to substance use. 9 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 10. Asset Graph for Fairfax County (Grades 8, 10, 12) 80 Bullied Someone (year) Sex (ever) 70 Alcohol Use (30 days)Percent with Negative Behaviors Carried a Weapon (year) Marijuana Use (30 days) 60 Binge Drinking (2 wks) Cigarette Use (30 days) 50 Gang Member (ever) 40 30 20 10 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Assets High Personal Integrity Have Community Adults to Talk to Perform Community Service Participate in Extracurricular Activities 10 Teachers Recognize Good Work Parents are Available for Help Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 11. Asset Graph for Fairfax County (Grade 6) 60 Bullied Someone (year) Carried a Weapon (year) Cyberbullied Someone (year) 50Percent with Negative Behaviors Inhalant Use (30 days) Alcohol Use (30 days) Cigarettes (30 days) 40 Marijuana Use (30 days) 30 20 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Assets High Personal Integrity Have Community Adults to Talk to Perform Community Service Participate in Extracurricular Activities 11 Feel Safe at School Parents are Available for Help Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 12. Depression (Grades 8, 10, 12) Percent Who Experienced Depression in Past Year 60 50% Reporting Depression 40 30 20 10 0 Other/ Overall 8th 10th 12th Female Male White Black Hispanic Asian Multiple % 32.2 29.0 32.6 35.3 36.5 27.9 27.8 32.9 40.8 32.7 36.5 12 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 13. Depression (Grade 6) Percent Who Experienced Depression in Past Year 60 50Percent Who Felt Sad or Hopeless 40 30 20 10 0 Other/ Overall Female Male White Black Hispanic Asian Multiple % 22.5 23.4 21.5 17.8 26.5 32.2 19.5 26.7 13 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 14. Considered Suicide(Grades 8, 10, 12) Percent Who Considered Suicide in the Past Year 60 Results from the 2009 Healthy Behaviors Survey 50% Reporting Suicide Ideation 40 30 20 10 0 Other/ Overall 8th 10th 12th Female Male White Black Hispanic Asian Multiple % 18.5 18.9 18.6 17.6 21.9 15.2 17.8 15.8 20.4 19.8 20.4 There were no suicide-related questions in the 2010 Fairfax County Youth Survey The national survey for comparison (YRBS) was not administered in 2010. 14 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 15. Attempted Suicide(Grades 8, 10, 12) Percent Who Attempted Suicide in the Past Year 60 Results from the 2009 Healthy Behaviors Survey 50% Reporting Suicide Attempt 40 30 20 10 0 Other/ Overall 8th 10th 12th Female Male White Black Hispanic Asian Multiple % 4.0 4.1 3.7 4.1 5.3 2.4 3.2 5.0 7.0 3.2 7.3 There were no suicide-related questions in the 2010 Fairfax County Youth Survey The national survey for comparison (YRBS) was not administered in 2010. 15 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 16. Substance UseCorrelation to Depression Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 17. Depression (Grades 8, 10, 12) Substance Use Related Factors 60Percent – Comparing Depression and 50 No Depression as Sub-populations 40 30 20 10 0 30-Day 30-Day Binge 30-Day 30-Day 30-Day 30-Day 30-Day ATOD Alcohol Drinking Marijuana Tobacco Painkillers Inhalant Prescription Experienced 42.2 27.7 14.2 13.8 11.1 9.8 7.1 6.8 Depression No Depression 25.3 18.1 8.8 8.6 4.8 3.8 2.5 2.8 17 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 18. Depression (Grade 6)Substance Use Related Factors 40Percent – Comparing Depression and No Depression as Sub-populations 30 20 10 0 30-Day 30-Day 30-Day 30-Day Ever Used 30-Day ATOD Inhalant Alcohol Tobacco Marijuana Inhalant Experienced 11.7 7.0 5.7 1.3 0.4 14.4 Depression No Depression 4.2 2.6 1.8 0.2 0.1 6.1 18 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 19. Violence andAggressionCorrelation to Depression Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 20. Depression (Grades 8, 10, 12) Violence and Aggression Related Factors 80 70Percent – Comparing Depression and No Depression as sub-populations 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Victim Victim Racially or Cyber- Racial or Victim Cyber- Bullied Culturally bullied Carried a Ever Been Cultural Bullying bullying at Others Harrassed Others at Weapon in a Gang Harrass- school Others School ment Experienced 68.1 59.7 21.5 56.9 48.7 14.1 19.5 4.8 Depression No Depression 54.1 43.6 8.3 45.9 40.5 6.4 11.1 2.0 20 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 21. Depression (Grade 6) Violence and Aggression Related Factors 100 90Percent – Comparing Depression and 80 No Depression as sub-populations 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Victim Victim Racially or Cyber- Racial or Victim Cyber- Bullied Culturally bullyied Carried a Cultural Bullying bullying at Others Harrassed Others at Weapon Harrass- School Others School ment Experienced 84.0 50.7 24.0 55.8 23.6 11.9 22.2 Depression No Depression 65.5 29.7 9.9 43.1 15.0 5.4 12.4 21 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 22. Health andWell-BeingCorrelation to Depression Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 23. Depression (Grades 8, 10, 12) Health and Well-Being Related Factors 80Percent – Comparing Depression and 70 No Depression as sub-populations 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Physical Activity (Less Sleep (Fewer than 8 Ever Had Sexual than 1 hr, 5+ Ever Had Oral Sex hrs) Intercourse days/week) Experienced 63.7 75.4 31.6 34.7 Depression No Depression 54.5 63.1 18.3 22.1 23 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 24. Depression (Grade 6)Health and Well-Being Related Factors 80 Percent – Comparing Depression and 70 No Depression as sub-populations 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Physical Activity (Less than 1 hr, 5+ days/week) Experienced 48.7 Depression No Depression 45.7 24 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 25. School PerformanceCorrelation to Depression Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 26. Depression (Grades 8, 10, 12) School Performance Related Factors 60Percent – Comparing Depression and 50 No Depression as sub-populations 40 30 20 10 0 Low Perceived Dont Feel Safe at Suspended in Skipped School Poor Grades Ability to Do Well School Past Year in SchoolExperienced 41.0 19.8 13.7 4.3 1.9 DepressionNo Depression 25.6 8.0 8.8 1.7 0.7 26 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 27. Depression (Grade 6)School Performance Related Factors 60 Percent – Comparing Depression and No Depression as sub-populations 50 40 30 20 10 0 Low Perceived Poor Grades Ability to Do Well in School Experienced 3.0 6.2 Depression 27 No Depression 0.8 4.8 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 28. Risk and ProtectiveFactors Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 29. Risk and Protective FactorsRisk Factors help us explain circumstances that may increase the likelihood of problem behaviors Youth who exhibit increased amounts of a risk factor are considered to be at “high risk” in that categoryProtective Factors can help increase resiliency to substance use and problem behaviors, buffering youth from risk Youth who exhibit increased amounts of a protective factor are considered to have “high protection” in that categoryFull Glossary of R&P questions can be found in the full 2010 Fairfax County Youth Survey Report. 29 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 30. Protective FactorsCorrelation to Depression Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 31. Depression (Grades 8, 10, 12) Protective Factors 100Percent – Comparing Depression and No Depression as Sub-populations 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Have Participate in Perform Teachers Parents are High Personal Community Extra- Community Recognize Available for Integrity Adults to Talk curricular Service Good Work Help to Activities Experienced 61.5 86.3 58.7 30.7 87.6 60.4 Depression No Depression 74.2 90.3 68.2 44.5 92.4 80.1 31 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 32. Depression (Grade 6) Protective Factors 100Percent – Comparing Depression and No Depression as Sub-populations 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Have Participate in Perform Parents are High Personal Feel Safe at Community Extra- Community Available for Integrity School Adults to Talk curricular Service Help to Activities Experienced 91.7 63.0 82.9 42.5 84.7 77.1 Depression No Depression 97.0 68.5 88.2 56.5 90.3 91.1 32 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 33. Asset Graph for Fairfax County (Grades 8, 10, 12) 80 Bullied Someone (year) Sex (ever) 70 Alcohol Use (30 days)Percent with Negative Behaviors Carried a Weapon (year) Marijuana Use (30 days) 60 Binge Drinking (2 wks) Cigarette Use (30 days) 50 Gang Member (ever) 40 30 20 10 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Assets High Personal Integrity Have Community Adults to Talk to Perform Community Service Participate in Extracurricular Activities 33 Teachers Recognize Good Work Parents are Available for Help Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 34. Asset Graph for Fairfax County (Grade 6) 60 Bullied Someone (year) Carried a Weapon (year) Cyberbullied Someone (year) 50Percent with Negative Behaviors Inhalant Use (30 days) Alcohol Use (30 days) Cigarettes (30 days) 40 Marijuana Use (30 days) 30 20 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Assets High Personal Integrity Have Community Adults to Talk to Perform Community Service Participate in Extracurricular Activities 34 Feel Safe at School Parents are Available for Help Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 35. The Prevention ToolkitThe Prevention Toolkit provides access to presentations, videos, factsheets, links to helpful organizations and resources, and ideas for takingaction in your family and community to address Youth Survey relatedtopics:• Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs• Bullying and Cyberbullying• Mental Health: Depression & Suicide• Nutrition and Physical Activity• Teen Dating AbuseVisit:www.fairfaxcounty.gov/ncs/prevention/toolkit.htmQuestions may be emailed to:NCSPrevention@fairfaxcounty.gov 35 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 36. Help and More InformationFind these and other organizations in the Prevention Toolkit asresources for help and more information. • Crisislink Suicide Prevention Hotline: (703) 527-4077 • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-TALK (8255) • Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) Mental Health Services 24-Hour CSB Emergency Services Phone: 703-383-8500 | TTY: 703-207-7737 • Fairfax County Public Schools Office of Intervention and Prevention • School Psychology Services • School Social Work Services • Student Safety and Wellness • School Counseling ServicesVisitwww.fairfaxcounty.gov/ncs/prevention/toolkit_agencies_orgs.htm#mentalhealth 36 Fairfax County Youth Survey
  • 37. Contact UsFor additional information and resources regarding the Fairfax CountyYouth Survey, contact:Sophia.Dutton@fairfaxcounty.govFairfax County Youth Survey Project ManagerDepartment of Neighborhood and Community ServicesCountywide Service Integration and Planning Managementor visitwww.fairfaxcounty.gov/youthsurvey 37 Fairfax County Youth Survey

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