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Recent Facts About Drug Usage In Fremont County

Fremont County 12th graders, on how many occasions have you used marijuana in your lifetime?

  • 0 occasions: 48.57%
  • 1 to 2 occasions: 7.86%
  • 3 to 5 occasions: 6.43%
  • 6 to 9 occasions: 2.86%
  • 10 to 19 occasions: 8.57%
  • 20 to 39 occasions: 3.57%
  • 40+ occasions: 22.14%

Wyoming Prevention Needs Assessment 2020

Fremont County All High School students, during the past 30 days have you used prescription drugs not prescribed to you?

  • Yes: 6.3%
  • No: 93.7%

Wyoming Prevention Needs Assessment 2020

Fremont County All High School students, on how many occasions have you used cocaine or crack during your lifetime?

  • 0 occasions: 94.7%
  • 1 to 2 occasions: 3.43%
  • 3 to 5 occasions: 1.23%
  • 6 to 9 occasions: 0.31%
  • 10 to 19 occasions: 0%
  • 20 to 39 occasions: 0%
  • 40+ occasions: 0.31%

Wyoming Prevention Needs Assessment 2020


In Wyoming, the death rate due to opioid overdoses is 8.1 per 100,000 people, almost 60% higher than it had been a decade prior, according to the Wyoming Prevention Depot.

Fremont County When the Game Slows Down

Student athlete injuries are a given. It’s a matter of when and not if. Be educated about and prepared for pain management when your student athlete has an injury.

The situation is all too familiar for student athletes in Fremont County and beyond. Check in for the game, go up for a layup, hear the pop and feel searing pain. While the student athlete’s season may be over, the real danger may be lurking in the recovery.

According to the Athletic Training Association (NATA), 90% of student athletes report sustaining some sort of sports-related injury. With an eye popping 54% reporting they play while injured. Sadly, for a host of reasons, sports-related injuries are increasingly leaving our youth at risk of exposure to opioid-based pain medication.

Find local help and support for student-athletes, parents, coaches, and medical providers.

Local & National Resources

We have gathered a number of resources to help you have those tough conversations about mental health and suicide prevention.

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