Derby is a hamlet located in Erie County and is contained in the town of Evans. Derby is situated along the shores of Lake Erie in the southwest part of Erie County close to Buffalo. The population of Erie County is estimated at over 925,000 people with a median age of 40 years old and a rate of poverty of around 14% of residents living below the poverty line. According to the New York Department of Health, the number of alcohol-related motor vehicle injuries and deaths was 37.4 per 100,000 population, which was a significant change. Additionally, the age-adjusted percentage of adults binge drinking during the past month was 23.1%. Binge drinking and excessive alcohol use lead to impaired driving, which does include driving under the influence of drugs. According to the Western New York Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), the age-adjusted percentage of adult binge drinking within the general population of Western New York is 18.9%. This number is higher than the New York State Prevention Agenda goal of 18.4%. The suicide death rate within the general population is 11.4 per 100,000 population, which is significantly higher than the New York State Prevention Agenda goal of 5.9 per 100,000. Unfortunately, lengthy substance abuse leads to psychological issues, which can cause someone to commit suicide. Within the western part of New York State are some drug and alcohol treatment services and programs. Anyone struggling with addiction can locate both outpatient and inpatient drug treatment, along with suitable detox.