Table 4.8
Admissions by State or jurisdiction, according to primary substance of abuse: TEDS 2002
Admissions per 100,000 population, adjusted for age, sex, and race/ethnicity
[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 No. of admis-
sions aged 12 and over
Admissions per 100,000
Total
Admissions per 100,000 population, 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 (aged 12+) Ad-justed1 Alcohol only With secondary drug Heroin Other opiates Smoked cocaine Other route Metham-
phetamine/
amphet-
amine
Other stimu-
lants
Total 1,872,973 784 686 157 134 99 18 62 24 108 50 3 2 1 1 25
Alabama 19,485 524 372 71 60 4 27 51 14 101 35 5 2
Alaska 5,133 964 472 218 127 3 13 27 14 53 12 - - 1 3
Arizona 18,167 402 795 45 62 17 6 10 13 32 44 2 562
Arkansas 13,814 615 555 117 87 2 20 58 14 129 119 - - 1 6 1
California 208,785 719 757 72 101 142 12 81 12 99 227 1 1 1 3 3
Colorado 67,424 1,805 1,484 1,032 127 38 12 54 28 114 61 4 7 2 1 3
Connecticut 46,699 1,627 1,518 251 278 587 32 n/c 177 154 3 5 3 5 8 14
Delaware 6,952 1,039 890 127 136 243 18 118 27 195 2 2 20
Dist. of Columbia 5,652 1,196 362 67 30 114 1 63 44 24 8 - - - - 12 - - - -
Florida 87,094 629 623 154 74 38 36 88 30 139 7 5 2 1 47
Georgia 34,003 479 321 99 41 7 10 44 19 50 23 4 23
Hawaii 6,438 625 454 101 96 29 12 31 7 73 100 1 1 3
Idaho 4,956 445 382 84 93 2 4 4 5 83 101 2 - - 1
Illinois 74,691 715 608 126 103 83 5 98 21 148 14 2 1 6
Indiana 30,410 595 579 155 139 11 16 57 16 148 20 5 2 9
Iowa 27,056 1,110 1,264 332 257 17 13 114 24 317 179 2 1 1 1 1 3
Kansas 14,403 640 611 104 164 3 5 91 21 157 53 1 1 5 3 3
Kentucky 26,238 773 788 178 134 7 28 70 24 112 13 9 1 209
Louisiana 28,719 773 619 99 137 14 51 110 31 116 21 8 6 2 23
Maine 11,843 1,102 1,249 421 244 142 130 36 25 224 3 6 4 6 7
Maryland 69,386 1,534 1,180 287 207 310 40 89 35 182 3 3 3 2 5 13
Massachusetts 67,528 1,267 1,270 198 209 681 55 49 22 44 1 6 4
Michigan 62,796 753 657 197 145 67 24 83 16 114 5 1 1 2
Minnesota 40,911 981 1,033 301 200 35 14 158 225 66 2 1 2 1 25
Mississippi 7,948 334 296 70 58 4 22 39 14 52 21 4 1 - - 11
Missouri 41,465 881 796 179 126 29 11 127 20 210 77 1 3 1 6 2 3
Montana 6,694 886 780 210 214 8 25 5 13 177 119 2 2 3
Nebraska 9,265 646 667 222 109 1 4 69 13 56 90 - - 100
Nevada 10,482 583 574 132 73 37 6 55 15 87 162 3 1
New Hampshire 4,360 412 391 109 89 45 15 25 12 78 5 1 4 - - 7
New Jersey 54,206 762 697 106 83 334 16 43 22 81 2 3 2 3
New Mexico 2,850 185 100 33 19 7 2 4 4 9 6 - - - - - - 16
New York 312,124 1,965 1,642 339 533 276 27 147 67 211 4 9 4 3 2 18
North Carolina 29,233 424 387 143 72 11 14 48 13 72 3 4 1 5
North Dakota 2,987 568 430 135 136 4 7 14 86 42 - - - - 2
Ohio 44,863 474 433 92 83 41 8 53 11 93 2 1 1 1 46
Oklahoma 17,089 590 531 108 109 4 13 49 14 98 104 4 3 2 1 21
Oregon 55,732 1,907 1,976 595 396 159 21 124 22 341 293 - - 3 2 17
Pennsylvania 60,082 587 589 124 110 128 17 70 26 99 2 2 1 1 3 5
Rhode Island 13,221 1,491 1,530 267 267 475 58 164 45 239 2 - - 5 1 3 3
South Carolina 28,559 838 770 311 98 14 31 59 19 111 9 3 3 111
South Dakota 9,016 1,428 1,058 396 334 2 4 9 14 126 56 - - - - 1 1 13 3 100
Tennessee 14,250 297 237 55 40 n/c 26 48 10 33 8 - - 3 13
Texas 35,532 197 169 24 29 15 8 30 13 28 17 2
Utah 11,769 612 673 114 150 59 14 72 29 94 104 2 2 - - 32
Vermont 7,540 1,474 1,420 435 403 141 44 47 33 292 6 2 2 1 1 - - 10
Virginia 30,550 505 421 68 79 21 16 26 21 69 3 3 113
Washington 52,277 1,038 962 173 242 101 15 81 25 179 131 4 3 1 4
West Virginia 6,550 437 411 20 12 4 2 1 2 - - 7 20 - - - - 341
Wisconsin 20,506 454 383 179 73 13 5 38 6 40 3 24
Wyoming 5,240 1,266 1,024 378 225 2 10 18 30 218 128 3 1 10
1 Adjusted for age, sex, and race/ethnicity to the 1990 U.S. resident population.
n/c State does not collect these data. In Connecticut, Smoked cocaine admissions are included in Cocaine - Other route. In Tennessee, Heroin admissions are included in Other opiates.
Less than 1 per 100,000.
- - Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) - 3.01.04.