OHYES! Results Access


OHYES! Participation by School Year:


OHYes! Map 2015-2016 •   40,298 completed student surveys in school year 2015-2016!

» 48 counties

» 90 public school districts

» 163 schools

» Access the Map of participating counties and districts by school year.




   OHYES! Results




OHYES! provides survey results to everyone!


The Ohio Healthy Youth Environments Survey provides important survey results about the health and safety of adolescents across Ohio. Information can be useful for many groups:

  • Parents
  • Schools
  • Parent-Teacher Organizations
  • Policy-makers
  • Public health officials
  • Prevention coordinators
  • Health and human service agencies
  • Community coalitions and health and safety networks
  • Anyone interested in youth


   The OHYES! includes information on the following topics:



  • Demographics
  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco and Vapor Products
  • Marijuana
  • Prescription Drug Misuse
  • Illicit Drug Use
  • Bullying
  • Safety and Violence
  • Physical Health & Well-being
  • Mental Health and Suicide
  • School Climate and Safety
  • Gambling
  • Family and Peer Factors
  • School Success
  • Community Environment
  • Sex-related questions (optional)



   How Can OHYES! Results Be Used?

Family, peer group, school, and community factors can affect young people’s health and well-being. Addressing the positive development of youth can facilitate their adoption of healthy behaviors and helps to ensure a healthy and productive future. OHYES! results can help us understand youth issues and how best to advocate for them. There are many uses for OHYES! results:

  • Data:
    • To provide a snapshot of youth in each county across the state of Ohio
    • To better understand interrelated issues, such as drug use, violence, delinquency, teen pregnancy and risky sexual behavior, driving under the influence, and eating disorders
  • Planning:
    • For needs assessment
    • For strategic planning
    • To help schools determine priorities
  • Policy and Programming:
    • To guide development of policy
    • To prioritize program strategies for school success and positive youth development
    • To track progress meeting school health program goals
    • To meet state and federal program requirements
  • Funding:
    • To provide funding rationale for federal, state, local, and foundation grants
  • Advocacy:
    • To raise awareness of youth needs with youth, parents and the public
    • To foster stronger school-parent-community relationships
    • To promote healthful life choices


   Technical Assistance

Need technical assistance? Email or call the OHYES! Team at (866) 563-6904.