College-Age & Young Adults

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About College-Age & Young Adults

This section features the most recent Monitoring the Future (MTF) national survey results on substance use in college-age adults ages 19 to 22. Download the full 2021 Monitoring the Future Panel Study Annual Report - National Data on Substance Use Among Adults Aged 19-60, 1976-2021.(PDF, 2.7 MB) [Monitoringthefuture.org] report.

This section also has resources for students, parents, educators, dorm supervisors, counselors, clinicians, and researchers who work with this age group.

News Releases

Thinking about a career in Addiction Science?

Interested in holding an event during National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week® that focuses on reaching college-age young adults?

Looking for Treatment?

Resources for College Students and Parents

Other Resources

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are research studies in human volunteers conducted to answer specific health questions. Learn about the NIDA-sponsored clinical trials available to you