Table 2.6b
Primary cocaine admissions aged 12 and over by State or jurisdiction: TEDS 1992-2002
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and over
[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 Admissions per 100,000 aged 12 and over
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002
Total 133 138 145 132 124 112 114 108 103 98 101
Alabama 122 127 114 138 138 135 138 120 102 96 109
Alaska 100 119 132 150 164 148 125 77 59 42 42
Arizona 12 12 13 16 14
Arkansas 21 25 30 57 109 116 90 93 88 74 90
California 80 74 76 72 70 65 67 81 75 71 81
Colorado 112 135 140 116 119 91 97 98 73 52 78
Connecticut 243 261 312 319 298 273 259 232 199 193 183
Delaware 228 158 204 181 161 157 225 204 174 169 191
District of Columbia 99 115 79 237 312 495 437 405 399
Florida 172 189 169 126 142 110 134 155 131 98 125
Georgia 176 177 138 109 111 75 58 70 116 132 108
Hawaii 31 42 53 60 71 55 48 46 41 35 33
Idaho 18 28 19 23 22 18 22 32 12 12 6
Illinois 153 102 106 94 73 51 77 83 130 158 149
Indiana 45 68 105 94 59 62 68 103 61 64
Iowa 32 40 63 82 143 83 86 85 68 65 64
Kansas 156 188 207 188 143 101 113 110 107 102 102
Kentucky 22 36 36 37 49 65
Louisiana 300 241 208 172 142 13 165 104 232 209 213
Maine 26 17 23 21 26 24 25 24 26 27 36
Maryland 273 273 254 241 223 199 191 176 163 170 199
Massachusetts 214 225 244 236 203 164 130 116 95 82 60
Michigan 173 177 203 209 207 187 199 121 107 95 122
Minnesota 89 107 119 116 109 122 128 121 102 98 93
Mississippi 34 39 69 81 102 94 95 71
Missouri 107 126 141 128 135 146 163 170 172 177 161
Montana 53 43 42 38 37 30 26 26 26 22 16
Nebraska 53 51 70 66 59 39 57 37 56 52 49
Nevada 104 85 71 62 78 77 76 88 85 80 61
New Hampshire 22 28 25 20 41 30 47 44 37 31 28
New Jersey 189 164 154 144 140 110 103 94 82 78 74
New Mexico 34 31 33 35 46 43 36 17 21 26 10
New York 286 296 313 295 296 307 299 275 262 257 269
North Carolina 173 174 206 206 213 175 193 120 100 85 79
North Dakota 3 4 3 5 5 4 5 4 2 2 6
Ohio1 119 127 137 159 183 176 176 132 77 78 73
Oklahoma 89 90 98 82 92 72 58 48 47 58 60
Oregon 104 101 94 85 88 74 75 62 56 58 56
Pennsylvania 65 127 149 134 121 110 103 98 111 94 93
Rhode Island 172 151 130 116 167 100 120 149 158 171 173
South Carolina 142 152 168 161 163 156 129 121 105 118 106
South Dakota 11 12 9 17 21 19 16 13 12 7 13
Tennessee 62 64 79 63 66 76 90 83 78 70 77
Texas1 111 132 131 97 24 44 60 65 47 44 50
Utah 74 87 117 117 115 95 74 91 83 66 42
Vermont 43 41 36 43 50 37 44 41 50 49 72
Virginia1 127 159 178 165 91 42 39 70 64 60 72
Washington 105 98 105 99 101 101 106 113 101 92 81
West Virginia1 20 10 11 5 46 16 1
Wisconsin 8 10 16 15 16 20 18 20 35 36 36
Wyoming 37 23 18 16 24 17 23 30 25
1 Some data not shown on Figure 6: Ohio (1999-2002), Texas (1992-1995), Virginia (1996-1999), and West Virginia (1996, 2000, and 2002). See Chapter 2 for details.
Less than 1 per 100,000.
No data submitted.
SOURCES: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) - 3.01.04. Population Estimates Program, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau. 1990-1999: Population Estimates for Counties by Age and Sex: Annual Time Series July 1, 1990-1999. Internet Release Date: August 30, 2000. 2000-2002: State Age-Sex Population Estimates File for Internet: July 1, 2000-2002. Internet Release Date: March 10, 2004.