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Suicide Counts Map by County suicide, Colorado

While the total number of suicides is accurate (1,145), the number of toxicology results is likely higher than 888 – it’s just difficult/impossible for the state to obtain all the available toxicology results. For these reasons, an exact percentage of suicides with toxicology results can’t be calculated.

 

The Rate Of Teen Suicide In Colorado Increased By 58% Colorado, suicide, Teens

In the past three years, teen suicide in Colorado rose from 12.9 to 20.4 deaths per 100,000 adolescents ages 15-19, according to the report. Overall, that rate put Colorado as the sixth worst state.
Nationally, the teen suicide rate is up 25 percent. Colorado's 2019 rate is nearly double that nationwide, 20.4 compared to 10.5

Effects of Marijuana on Mental Health mental health, depression, anxiety, impaired, Psychosis, suicide, Drug Free America

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LETTERS: Marijuana's impact on developing brain; Colorado, Teen, suicide, Finn

Over time, the substance most often found in completed teen suicides is marijuana. Most of these suicides have toxicology results available. It is unclear as to why marijuana is most often present.

Marijuana Intoxication Blamed In More Deaths, Injuries Death, Intoxication, suicide, Colorado-0

Daniel Juarez, an 18-year-old from Brighton, died Sept. 26, 2012 after stabbing himself 20 times. In an autopsy report that had never been made public before, but was obtained by CBS4, his THC level — the active ingredient in marijuana — was measured at 38.2 nanograms. In Colorado, anything over 5 nanograms is considered impaired for driving.

Toxicology report released following Keystone marijuana suicide Colorado, suicide

The toxicology report showed that Goodman had THC in his system, but not at a level considered legally impaired. Edibles are a bit more dangerous just because they do have a longer absorption period and a slower drop than smoking," said Breckenridge Police detective Caitlin Kontak.

Teens who Smoke Cannabis Daily 'Seven Times More Likely to Commit Suicide' youth, suicide

Teenagers who start smoking cannabis daily before the age of 17 are seven times more likely to commit suicide, a study has found.

Study: Teens who smoke weed daily are 60% less likely to complete high school than those who never use youth, dropout, high school, addiction, suicide

Teenagers who smoke marijuana daily are over 60 percent less likely to complete high school than those who never use. They're also 60 percent less likely to graduate college and seven times more likely to attempt suicide.

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