Opioids - death

Reduce the number of dealths from 622 deaths in 2014 to fewer than 590 in 2020

Suicide - Increase Protective Factors 3

Increase percentage of children with at least one teacher or adult in school they can talk to from 74% in 2013 to 79% in 2020

Suicide - Increase Protective Factors 2

Increase percentage of adults who report receiving social and emotional support from 63% in 2015 to 68% in 2020

Suicide - Increase Protective Factors 1

Increase percentage of adults with less than 4 poor mental health days/month from 78% in 2015 to 83% in 2020

Opioids - adolescent use

Reduce the percentage of adolescents who have used an opioid prescription drug for nonmedical purposes from 14.9% in 2013 to less than 13% by 2020

Nutrition & Physical Activity - physical activity adults

Increase percentage of adults physically active at least 150 minutes per week from 53% in 2013 to 58% in 2020

Tobacco - reduce youth use middles school

Reduce use of other tobacco products among middle school youth from 5.2% in 2014 to 4.5% in 2020


Our Goals

We can do more to protect vulnerable populations and reduce our communities’ use of and exposure to tobacco. We can work to curb the rising popularity of e-cigarettes and candy­- or fruit-flavored tobacco products among our youth. We can continue to educate youth about tobacco’s dangerous health effects and learn more about the connection between tobacco and ACEs. And we can ensure everyone has the information, services and opportunities they need to make healthy choices.


Our Goals

We want to prevent and reduce the number of suicides and suicide attempts in Wisconsin and help people, families and Wisconsin communities develop protective factors that can build emotional resilience, like providing trauma-informed care in the community or maintaining strong social connections.


Our Goals

Preventing and treating Wisconsin’s opioid problems requires a variety of strategies and partners, including healthcare providers, law enforcement agencies and others. Working together, we can make it harder to get prescription opioids, make it easier to prevent opioid overdose death, and make sure everyone has access to substance use and mental health programs and support.