Table 2.4. Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and older, adjusted for gender, age, and race/ethnicity,
by Census division and State or jurisdiction, according to primary substance of abuse: 2010
[Based on administrative data reported to TEDS by all reporting States and jurisdictions. Comparisons among States should be made with caution.]
Census division and State or jurisdiction No. of
admis-
sions
aged 12
and over
Total admissions per 100,000 aged 12 and older Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and older, adjusted for age, gender, and race/ethnicity1
Primary substance at admission
Alcohol Opiates Cocaine Mari-
juana/
hashish
Metham-phetamine/ amphet-amines Tran-
quil-
izers
Seda-
tives
Hallu-
cino-
gens
PCP Inhal-
ants
Other/
none
speci-
fied
Unad-justed Ad-justed1 Alcohol only With secondary drug Heroin Other opiates Smoked cocaine Other
route
Total 1,820,737 731 732 165 135 104 63 44 18 137 45 6 2 2 16
Census division2            
New England 176,181 1,415 1,544 330 266 445 125 65 43 176 3 15 1 2 8 65
Middle Atlantic 440,053 1,261 1,308 252 286 275 99 87 48 228 4 15 2 5 4
East North Central 253,953 647 633 146 112 93 50 49 11 138 8 4 1 19
West North Central 180,376 1,051 1,074 312 221 50 52 65 15 252 88 5 1 1 4 1 6
South Atlantic 212,773 512 492 100 73 41 78 33 15 109 7 6 3 1 1 25
East South Central 55,570 428 430 84 66 12 93 36 14 86 25 8 1 - - 3
West South Central 90,595 306 303 51 48 18 35 23 10 67 34 5 2 8
Mountain 145,549 792 803 312 153 44 33 36 14 106 79 3 1 20
Pacific 263,850 635 716 119 114 94 45 46 8 135 143 2 1 2 6
State or jurisdiction            
Alabama 21,678 542 469 99 57 5 64 34 15 136 48 5 - - 5
Alaska 6,746 1,156 844 290 271 39 53 16 17 100 29 1 1 - - - - 25
Arizona 20,140 362 407 76 47 53 22 15 7 70 59 2 - - 54
Arkansas 14,157 581 540 135 82 2 63 28 10 105 96 8 4 1 1 5
California 165,240 533 674 83 76 107 44 48 8 121 173 2 1 2 8
Colorado 78,453 1,840 1,908 964 405 55 51 74 33 194 117 5 2 2 7
Connecticut 51,951 1,721 2,689 417 552 623 112 147 112 418 7 25 4 5 29 2 237
Delaware 6,702 883 984 93 131 197 205 48 24 238 1 4 4 1 2 - - 36
District of Columbia
Florida 47,962 299 417 65 35 10 98 25 17 134 7 7 * 18
Georgia
Hawaii 6,609 597 631 129 121 18 36 15 5 173 123 3 * - - 5
Idaho 2,200 171 180 26 28 3 11 1 63 45 - -
Illinois 62,393 574 602 110 94 138 20 57 14 155 9 3
Indiana 23,780 440 482 87 104 22 33 27 7 115 19 4 1 63
Iowa 33,036 1,296 1,731 426 376 26 53 70 23 573 165 4 1 3 1 3 9
Kansas 14,939 633 726 126 160 8 31 66 14 235 75 3 4 3
Kentucky 22,142 603 731 136 110 29 167 49 27 146 44 17 - - 4
Louisiana 26,162 698 640 98 103 47 95 56 21 127 24 14 6 49
Maine 12,519 1,087 1,320 383 222 94 375 29 32 163 9 7 2 1 3
Maryland 41,815 862 853 156 115 218 123 51 18 149 2 10 6 3
Massachusetts 87,205 1,529 1,823 442 260 732 102 59 38 97 2 21 68
Michigan 60,179 711 826 194 139 134 101 57 12 167 9 7 3 - - 3
Minnesota 50,941 1,140 1,482 398 338 80 103 79 22 332 105 6 1 4 1 12
Mississippi
Missouri 48,626 956 1,183 243 205 102 56 96 19 325 111 9 1 1 11 2 2
Montana 7,745 921 1,026 242 339 14 102 4 13 229 74 1 1 1 2
Nebraska 15,727 1,048 1,370 908 192 4 24 48 11 76 85 2 1 17
Nevada 8,710 389 466 100 65 42 28 27 6 93 97 2 2 2
New Hampshire 6,303 547 636 157 114 85 111 35 25 91 4 4 2 2 - - 7
New Jersey 70,180 948 1,072 199 139 343 117 41 28 174 4 13 9 4
New Mexico 7,312 434 384 142 54 23 21 7 14 36 45 1 - - 39
New York 310,896 1,858 1,966 383 481 363 131 137 76 347 7 26 4 6 4
North Carolina 59,736 748 700 128 118 21 91 57 25 146 11 10 9 3 4 78
North Dakota 2,491 450 445 147 103 4 19 5 2 139 24 - - - - - - 1
Ohio 78,249 798 817 141 146 95 77 61 16 220 5 4 1 2 48
Oklahoma 12,605 408 438 80 72 5 47 20 5 107 81 5 3 2 10
Oregon 47,149 1,430 1,713 514 335 145 77 69 16 337 207 7 2 3
Pennsylvania 58,977 542 598 133 94 118 59 42 21 114 2 4 1 3 7
Puerto Rico 1,837 54 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Rhode Island 10,204 1,124 1,199 277 184 224 143 85 34 215 1 7 27
South Carolina 27,802 712 722 316 124 6 56 30 14 150 15 5 4 1
South Dakota 14,616 2,131 2,083 898 593 4 48 35 17 340 110 5 3 2 6 21
Tennessee 11,750 219 338 60 59 7 82 35 12 60 14 5 2 - -
Texas 37,671 184 181 27 28 16 17 16 9 44 19 3 1 1
Utah 14,977 672 958 279 130 101 39 109 20 147 121 4 1 1 4
Vermont 7,999 1,467 2,027 537 409 101 383 80 83 367 7 14 1 43
Virginia 26,575 395 445 93 99 28 41 28 12 103 4 3 2 30
Washington 38,106 667 781 98 221 66 53 43 10 194 83 3 2 1 6
West Virginia 2,181 139 606 106 77 17 239 16 7 106 23 12 - - 2
Wisconsin 29,352 608 678 317 145 36 32 60 8 68 5 1 4
Wyoming 6,012 1,302 1,691 585 525 11 67 14 14 292 165 3 4 3 8
1 Adjusted for age, gender, and race/ethnicity to the 2010 U.S. resident population.
2 The populations of the States or jurisdictions which did not submit data in 2010 have been excluded from the rate calculation for the Census divisions.
n/a Population detail required for adjustment was not available.
Less than 1 per 100,000.
- - Quantity is zero.
No data, or less than a full calendar year of data, submitted.
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. Population: U.S. Bureau of the Census. SC-EST2010-ALLDATA6: Annual State Resident Population Estimates for 6 Race Groups (5 Race Alone Groups and Two or More Races) by Age, Sex, and Hispanic Origin: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2010. File: 7/1/2010 State Characteristics Population Estimates, 6 Race Groups.

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