Table 4.8a
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and over, by State or jurisdiction, according to primary substance of abuse: TEDS 2005
[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 population aged 12 and over
Total 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
Alcohol only With secondary drug Heroin Other opiates Smoked cocaine Other route Metham-phetamine/ amphet-amine Other stimu-lants
Total 1,841,537 744 161 131 102 27 75 29 118 68 3 2 1 25
Alabama 15,053 396 64 53 4 31 66 19 112 38 4 3
Alaska
Arizona 45,119 932 98 91 22 4 18 11 82 102 1 1 1 1 - - 498
Arkansas 12,829 553 90 80 2 35 70 16 105 137 4 5 1 6
California 176,429 590 51 57 96 10 52 11 86 218 1 2 1 3
Colorado 76,099 1,977 1,300 178 45 22 69 36 149 161 5 4 4 4
Connecticut 47,116 1,591 258 239 579 58 126 62 116 4 6 3 3 7 1 129
Delaware 8,168 1,157 118 183 297 44 158 38 275 5 3 2 - - 32
Dist. of Columbia
Florida 34,826 232 43 30 9 14 35 16 66 5 2 11
Georgia 44,860 610 128 87 9 30 116 37 94 77 7 23
Hawaii 6,764 630 77 106 15 14 15 6 145 244 1 6
Idaho 1,930 167 39 23 1 3 2 31 65 - -
Illinois 78,511 743 134 110 118 9 122 27 186 24 1 1 9
Indiana 37,378 718 161 176 17 34 68 18 171 44 7 4 6 2 8
Iowa 28,329 1,129 302 219 7 17 57 18 268 229 2 2 7
Kansas 14,033 612 107 142 3 10 80 17 162 85 2 1 1
Kentucky 20,477 584 115 87 7 40 36 19 95 21 11 1 150
Louisiana 24,890 662 85 105 7 60 137 41 146 32 7 7 2 33
Maine 13,661 1,196 428 235 111 207 32 35 127 7 7 1 - - 4
Maryland 66,121 1,407 263 220 431 64 160 45 195 4 6 2 2 6 8
Massachusetts 53,237 960 191 151 429 61 42 23 48 2 8 3
Michigan 57,138 667 167 126 87 39 96 20 117 9 2 2
Minnesota 45,100 1,038 278 216 33 34 - - 110 179 164 4 1 2 16
Mississippi 6,725 279 50 45 2 21 46 14 52 20 3 25
Missouri 43,792 904 176 106 41 24 145 23 246 127 5 2 3 2
Montana 8,153 1,025 302 256 8 51 6 10 195 185 2 5 2 - - 2 3
Nebraska 14,689 1,012 578 144 - - 14 37 9 72 142 1 2 11
Nevada 9,826 504 100 69 24 13 28 8 83 174 1
New Hampshire 4,916 439 127 104 56 19 32 22 66 5 3 - - 2
New Jersey 54,819 746 116 85 316 30 51 31 95 2 4 2 13
New Mexico
New York 300,505 1,844 346 504 361 38 213 94 253 4 7 5 1 3 14
North Carolina 22,552 309 54 83 17 22 41 41 35 6 2 6
North Dakota 2,298 423 121 116 7 3 2 92 76 2 - - - - 1 2
Ohio 67,513 700 136 137 64 27 97 23 151 8 2 1 1 51
Oklahoma 16,528 562 97 107 3 26 54 16 94 138 4 4 1 16
Oregon 44,754 1,471 455 319 96 31 24 10 216 314 - - 3 2
Pennsylvania 75,650 711 156 118 149 36 94 38 102 4 4 2 2 5
Rhode Island 12,425 1336 284 198 372 102 133 42 188 2 9 1 4
South Carolina 26,982 755 258 131 12 35 99 31 139 22 3 3 - - 22
South Dakota 13,343 2,069 784 640 4 21 13 19 286 207 2 2 12 5 76
Tennessee 11,723 234 67 30 n/c 31 43 12 28 11 - - 3 - - 8
Texas 43,023 232 30 24 22 11 33 23 55 31 - - 3
Utah 13,644 719 154 81 70 31 32 18 110 208 4 1 6
Vermont 8,355 1,527 468 354 146 197 58 56 226 7 5 2 6
Virginia 36,650 575 82 115 42 27 80 25 97 8 3 1 1 1 91
Washington 62,878 1,199 231 267 121 44 79 25 184 226 - - 3 1 3 12
West Virginia 6,167 394 141 64 15 66 17 17 49 10 - - 9 2 - - 2
Wisconsin 25,559 544 277 95 20 17 50 12 49 10 1 12
Wyoming
n/c State does not collect these data. Tennessee includes Heroin admissions in Other opiates.
Less than 1 per 100,000.
- - Quantity is zero.
No data, or less than a full calendar year of data, submitted.
SOURCES: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 10.3.06. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, Interim State Population Projections, 2005. File 4. Interim State Projections of Population by Single Year of Age and Sex: July 1, 2004 to 2030. Internet Release Date: 4.21.05.

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