Table 4.8b
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and over, adjusted for age, sex, and race/ethnicity,
by State or jurisdiction, according to primary substance of abuse: TEDS 2004
[Based on administrative data reported to TEDS by all reporting States and jurisdictions (excl. Puerto Rico). Comparisons among States should be made with caution; see Ch. 4.]
State or jurisdiction No. of
admis-
sions
aged 12
and over
Admissions per 100,000 aged 12 and over
Total
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and over, adjusted for age, sex, and race/ethnicity1
Primary substance at admission
Alcohol Opiates Cocaine Mari-
juana/
hashish
Stimulants 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
Metham-
phetamine/
amphet-
amine
Other
stimu-
lants
Total 1,864,710 765 679 146 123 92 25 65 26 112 59 3 2 1 23
Alabama 19,756 522 374 58 51 4 32 52 19 97 52 5 3
Alaska
Arizona 35,653 755 829 63 89 12 2 21 8 62 76 1 1 - - 491
Arkansas 18,557 806 781 136 113 3 38 83 23 177 186 3 9 1 1 6
California 181,691 616 630 55 70 103 15 67 11 84 217 1 2 2 2
Colorado 68,480 1,796 1,496 939 134 36 16 69 34 142 114 1 4 1 4
Connecticut 46,307 1,576 1,451 222 228 558 52 n/c 176 123 3 5 3 3 7 70
Delaware 7,824 1,123 1,027 119 168 313 32 115 34 204 3 4 1 33
Dist. of Columbia
Florida 73,407 499 540 101 67 23 30 75 31 157 11 5 1 38
Georgia 31,032 429 332 76 41 6 11 48 18 53 43 4 30
Hawaii 5,798 546 382 70 69 22 15 21 8 67 106 2
Idaho 6,429 566 435 82 84 4 9 8 3 93 149 - - 1
Illinois 76,185 725 619 115 93 86 7 96 22 163 24 1 1 8
Indiana 37,624 727 719 175 171 16 25 68 20 187 33 5 3 7 2 6
Iowa 28,210 1,129 1,305 312 254 15 17 119 30 336 211 2 6
Kansas 15,484 679 639 107 160 3 10 97 21 162 69 2 1 2 1 2
Kentucky 20,319 584 536 102 82 6 32 42 15 92 14 9 1 139
Louisiana 28,119 752 636 88 111 8 76 101 37 127 35 9 8 3 32
Maine 13,122 1,159 1,547 442 333 136 205 51 43 302 9 11 2 2 1 9
Maryland 78,775 1,697 1,347 320 219 366 67 109 38 196 4 5 4 3 4 13
Massachusetts 54,574 990 1,002 167 174 463 56 48 24 56 2 7 3
Michigan 59,623 701 642 161 137 72 33 82 21 120 9 2 1 3
Minnesota 45,782 1,065 1,138 282 226 41 26 180 226 121 3 1 2 30
Mississippi 7,076 295 253 47 42 3 25 36 16 39 22 4 17
Missouri 39,856 828 766 142 102 30 16 125 19 219 96 5 1 5 1 3
Montana 7,414 941 798 220 212 7 30 9 14 172 127 2 2 2 2
Nebraska 15,107 1,044 1,003 539 166 - - 13 62 13 73 126 2 2 6
Nevada 11,547 609 610 139 78 32 16 54 14 83 187 1 2 2
New Hampshire 5,556 503 568 160 120 79 19 48 34 98 6 1 1
New Jersey 53,635 736 676 103 83 293 25 43 29 87 3 4 2 4
New Mexico 5,479 349 221 48 50 13 4 9 8 18 20 - - 52
New York 283,664 1,749 1,481 297 416 261 40 156 71 204 5 9 5 2 3 13
North Carolina 25,222 351 308 96 51 16 21 53 16 42 5 2 1 4
North Dakota 2,750 507 374 101 126 3 5 2 3 71 51 - - 1 8
Ohio 48,865 508 453 91 91 39 14 63 14 99 4 1 1 34
Oklahoma 17,242 589 530 94 93 4 23 58 16 94 121 4 2 1 18
Oregon 44,713 1,486 1,525 439 339 97 25 79 15 257 268 - - 2 1 2
Pennsylvania 86,675 819 844 166 136 205 38 105 42 132 4 4 2 1 4 4
Rhode Island 12,850 1,395 1,321 242 197 391 86 153 41 197 1 6 1 3 - - 1
South Carolina 23,531 666 620 250 95 10 32 62 20 115 14 3 3 - - 14
South Dakota 9,361 1,459 1,107 342 359 7 11 24 17 154 85 - - - - 2 13 93
Tennessee 7,529 151 127 40 18 n/c 14 19 6 16 9 - - - - 2 - - 4
Texas 37,044 203 174 23 23 14 12 28 13 31 26 3
Utah 12,212 652 650 136 88 50 22 56 27 111 153 3 2
Vermont 5,659 1,045 1,021 277 255 92 78 40 27 238 2 3 1 6
Virginia 57,079 908 764 125 164 58 43 92 31 131 9 6 3 2 1 98
Washington 58,091 1,121 1,055 186 241 119 30 95 26 184 163 4 1 3 4
West Virginia 6,016 385 463 180 119 6 46 27 18 52 5 - - 5 2 1
Wisconsin 22,818 490 465 234 89 18 10 52 10 43 5 3
Wyoming 4,968 1,163 975 331 223 3 16 8 11 175 175 - - 2 1 28

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