Table 2.5a
Primary non-heroin opiates/synthetics admissions1 aged 12 and over by State or jurisdiction: TEDS 1992-2002
Number
[Based on administrative data reported to TEDS by all reporting States and jurisdictions (excludes Puerto Rico). Comparisons among States should be made with caution; see Chapter 4.]
State or jurisdiction Number of admissions aged 12 and over
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002
Total 12,332 12,761 14,131 14,702 15,247 15,002 18,300 21,277 27,093 36,263 42,885
Alabama 487 354 307 523 505 663 707 798 739 889 1,050
Alaska 23 28 18 9 25 31 42 63 51 44 103
Arizona - - 13 22 71 66
Arkansas 89 119 170 150 234 238 217 341 343 365 503
California 1,179 1,070 1,330 1,564 1,842 1,728 1,650 1,944 2,266 2,210 2,899
Colorado 247 289 303 299 277 210 267 356 393 317 485
Connecticut 243 361 880 951 902 468 501 417 627 839 940
Delaware 14 14 5 18 29 23 35 40 86 85 133
District of Columbia - - 1 1 9 6 4 1 6 5
Florida 1,450 1,513 1,348 1,017 1,169 803 1,257 2,082 2,662 3,115 4,087
Georgia 209 198 156 144 105 98 78 143 293 582 646
Hawaii 36 34 32 47 55 28 64 38 67 105 99
Idaho 12 15 11 21 33 34 39 62 59 88 55
Illinois 163 139 111 106 92 106 99 214 569 621 628
Indiana 200 218 302 255 274 908 951 1,215 904 937
Iowa 59 49 111 140 237 130 166 174 169 247 330
Kansas 232 206 306 264 128 59 33 67 86 100 131
Kentucky 162 235 283 426 799 964
Louisiana 310 210 185 166 188 35 335 272 919 1,275 1,653
Maine 23 26 59 68 117 141 292 524 759 1,054 1,155
Maryland 514 665 582 534 563 656 692 690 861 1,474 1,746
Massachusetts 267 357 340 430 421 466 649 947 1,294 2,627 2,989
Michigan 601 642 833 999 1,084 1,197 1,301 796 1,176 1,591 2,141
Minnesota 257 311 587 340 286 395 426 451 537 669 736
Mississippi 22 55 89 125 193 293 452 420
Missouri 213 264 129 93 76 81 93 109 113 345 548
Montana 108 94 112 109 127 133 131 99 179 249 260
Nebraska 49 56 44 51 61 37 49 42 45 66 60
Nevada 128 43 52 51 63 68 69 76 57 90 104
New Hampshire 10 4 7 11 25 29 41 47 71 112 134
New Jersey 372 380 356 698 480 423 534 507 532 790 1,053
New Mexico 24 17 26 37 48 35 22 4 60 66 36
New York 1,062 1,077 1,297 1,208 1,341 1,536 1,917 2,107 2,559 3,170 3,764
North Carolina 494 440 448 450 571 645 551 487 755 973 967
North Dakota 8 7 4 16 10 13 16 26 21 48 52
Ohio2 738 960 891 903 1,032 1,167 1,140 796 512 649 923
Oklahoma 259 268 252 267 344 266 218 217 216 338 401
Oregon 126 106 140 203 204 228 251 306 406 565 653
Pennsylvania 269 381 432 522 524 595 635 853 1,214 1,814 1,982
Rhode Island 145 129 119 109 178 175 225 304 319 463 547
South Carolina 108 129 148 145 160 205 225 277 409 781 872
South Dakota 25 13 18 19 31 21 26 37 20 29 38
Tennessee3 418 436 444 240 271 447 654 749 895 1,120 1,471
Texas2 291 337 363 316 168 301 426 585 628 1,002 1,258
Utah 132 146 167 195 229 191 193 271 334 362 296
Vermont 22 54 33 34 53 69 98 135 161 192 268
Virginia2 323 232 264 369 168 112 109 307 832 1,047 952
Washington 233 260 330 486 352 330 421 467 631 727 965
West Virginia2 101 57 63 36 489 1 460 16
Wisconsin 27 42 60 39 73 104 102 93 172 228 306
Wyoming 32 11 19 22 30 24 38 48 58
1 These drugs include codeine, morphine, oxycodone, hydromorphone, hydrocodone, meperidine, opium, and other drugs with morphine-like effects. Non-prescription use of methadone is not included.
2 Some data not shown on Figure 5: Ohio (1999-2002), Texas (1992-1995), Virginia (1996-1999), and West Virginia (1996, 2000, and 2002). See Chapter 2 for details.
3 For Tennessee, admissions for primary heroin abuse are classified as Other opiates.
- - Quantity is zero.
No data submitted.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) - 3.01.04.