Table 3.1a. Admissions aged 12 to 17, by primary substance of abuse: 2000-2010
Number
[Based on administrative data reported to TEDS by all reporting States and jurisdictions.]
Primary substance 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Total admissions aged 12-17 137,770 145,412 157,839 157,041 146,392 145,069 143,223 142,450 154,330 153,071 132,850
Marijuana/hashish  85,169  90,643  99,594 101,302  93,471  96,243  94,635  93,619 105,903 109,136  97,029
Alcohol  33,408  32,977  32,517  29,677  28,446  26,838  28,799  29,770  29,929  27,430  21,075
Alcohol only  10,729  10,963  10,809  10,617  10,403  10,031  11,229  11,976  11,907  10,942   7,736
Alcohol w/secondary drug  22,679  22,014  21,708  19,060  18,043  16,807  17,570  17,794  18,022  16,488  13,339
Stimulants   4,094   5,080   5,987   6,694   7,493   8,508   6,380   5,318   3,992   3,155   3,612
Methamphetamine   2,965   3,709   4,542   5,321   6,071   7,114   5,474   3,776   2,198   1,995   1,965
Other amphetamines1     940   1,125   1,251   1,209   1,302   1,279     584     687     714     877   1,028
Other stimulants     189     246     194     164     120     115     322     855   1,080     283     619
Opiates   1,966   2,022   2,224   2,453   2,528   2,574   2,602   2,787   3,767   4,492   4,204
Heroin   1,578   1,439   1,515   1,487   1,442   1,332   1,216   1,141   1,352   1,545   1,385
Other opiates/synthetics     388     583     709     966   1,086   1,242   1,386   1,646   2,415   2,947   2,819
Non-RX methadone      38      39      46      55      47      61      49      59      78      72      61
Other opiates/synthetics     350     544     663     911   1,039   1,181   1,337   1,587   2,337   2,875   2,758
Cocaine   2,577   2,567   2,927   3,278   3,353   3,805   4,172   3,288   2,590   1,453   1,137
Smoked cocaine   1,082   1,009   1,114   1,236   1,133   1,230   1,317     886     745     462     307
Non-smoked cocaine   1,495   1,558   1,813   2,042   2,220   2,575   2,855   2,402   1,845     991     830
Other drugs   4,548   4,644   3,294   3,038   2,917   2,754   2,769   3,069   3,261   3,448   2,867
Tranquilizers     274     400     389     399     422     440     394     574     627     796     710
Benzodiazepine     157     251     245     303     310     375     349     501     562     723     649
Other tranquilizers     117     149     144      96     112      65      45      73      65      73      61
Inhalants     529     462     467     517     521     477     451     479     522     525     411
Hallucinogens     985     860     666     440     421     328     311     411     423     440     301
Sedatives/hypnotics     172     216     254     280     279     254     306     414     381     358     247
Barbiturates      49      43      43      71      63      27      40      50      62      60      47
Other sedatives/hypnotics     123     173     211     209     216     227     266     364     319     298     200
Over-the-counter      87     164     173     256     276     284     409     356     346     418     386
PCP     167     162     192     168      94      92     100      66      68      59      36
Other   2,334   2,380   1,153     978     904     879     798     769     894     852     776
None reported   6,008   7,479  11,296  10,599   8,184   4,347   3,866   4,599   4,888   3,957   2,926
1 The decrease in Other amphetamine admissions beginning in 2005 is because Oregon and Texas began to report Methamphetamine admissions; previously they had used the category Other amphetamines. 
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 10.10.11.

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