Schuyler County is situated in the central west part of the state and is the second least populous county in New York. The county seat is Watkins Glen, and the population of Schuyler County is estimated at over 18,100 people. The median age in the county is 45 years old and approximately 15% of county residents are living below the poverty line. According to the New York State Department of Health, the alcohol-related motor vehicle injuries and deaths were 32.9 per 100,000 population, which was lower than the Finger Lake region and higher than the state. Additionally, the age-adjusted percentage of adults binge drinking is estimated at 17.3%, which is lower than both the Finger Lake region and the state. Per the New York State Department of Health in 2018, there were two opioid-related overdose deaths in the county. Heroin-related overdose deaths accounted for one death, and there was also one pain medication overdose deaths in 2018. Schuyler County was not impacted as bad when compared to other parts of the state. According to a Schuyler County Community Health Assessment (CHA) and Community Service Plan, the county is a rural community, which receives over two million visitors annually. The Finger Lake region is popular for tourists, which does increase the among of alcohol consumed along with illicit drugs brought into the area. The drug and alcohol treatment programs within Schuyler County will help adults and adolescents who are struggling with addiction.