Alcohol-Related Disease Impact

The Alcohol-Related Disease Impact Application (ARDI) is an online software developed by the CDC for state epidemiologists. ARDI allows epidemiologists to track and calculate alcohol attributable morbidity and mortality, years of potential life lost due to alcohol, and the subsequent direct/indirect health costs for their individual state. ARDI also captures the demographic variables age and gender. 

Data Indicators
Age Groups


Data can be aggregated by specific age groupings 

Geographic Units

Current Data Format

Online interface on the ARDI website, Can also download Excel sheets of the data. 

Comparable to National Dataset?

ARDI is a national dataset. 

Data Owners

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Strategic Data Need

Assess national changes in acute and chronic causes of death attributed to alcohol use. 






Alcohol-Related Disease Impact, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Available at