Nutrition & Physical Activity - Breastfeeding initiation

Increase breastfeeding initiation from 80% in 2015 to 90% in 2020.

Alcohol - Reduce related deaths

Reduce alcohol-related deaths by fall by 5% from 60 in 2014 to 57 in 2020.

Alcohol - Reduce binge drinking adults

Reduce adult binge drinking among adults aged 18 and older from 25% in 2012 to 23% in 2020.

Suicide - Suicide rate

Reduce suicides from 13.1 (per 100,000) in 2014 to 12.8 (per 100,000) in 2020.

Suicide - Attempt rate

Reduce the rate of suicide attempts by 1% between 2014 and 2020.

Opioids - County-authorized participants receiving medication-assisted treatment

Increase the number of county-authorized participants receiving medication-assisted treatment from 356 in 2017 to 450 in 2020.

Opioids - Medicaid members receiving medication-assisted treatment

Increase the number of Medicaid members receiving medication-assisted treatment from 14,583 in 2017 to 17,500 by 2020.

Tobacco - E-cigarettes

Reduce the percentage of adults that have ever used e-cigarettes from 21.8 % in 2016 to 18.5% in 2020. 

Tobacco - Adult Smoking Rate

Reduce adult smoking rate from 17.3% in 2014 to 16.3% in 2020.

We can make Wisconsin healthier, together.

Wisconsin’s health is our health. Your health. And the health and well-being of everyone who calls this place home. It’s part of the communities in which we live, play, work and learn. And that means making it better is something we can only do together. Understanding Wisconsin’s health is the first step to ensuring opportunities for better health for ourselves and our neighbors.

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