Table 4.8a
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and over, by State or jurisdiction, according to primary substance of abuse: TEDS 2006
[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 1,795,001 742 163 132 101 31 74 30 120 64 3 2 1 21
Alabama 19,888 513 85 70 2 40 64 53 146 44 5 1 - - 3
Alaska
Arizona 23,527 464 65 38 20 5 17 11 36 70 1 - - 200
Arkansas 13,662 580 107 91 2 33 70 23 110 125 7 5 1 5
California 190,892 632 62 63 96 16 52 13 94 230 2 2
Colorado 76,752 1,932 1,227 206 43 25 77 42 147 149 4 5 3 3
Connecticut 46,451 1,555 250 246 553 60 135 72 130 3 7 4 3 9 83
Delaware 8,135 1,129 110 163 283 78 145 42 249 5 - - 3 2 46
Dist. of Columbia
Florida 41,756 270 43 33 10 22 41 21 75 6 3 14
Georgia
Hawaii 6,492 596 85 100 15 12 20 8 148 200 1 - - - - 6
Idaho 5,895 489 110 65 6 14 2 3 113 172 1 - - 1
Illinois 67,376 629 112 93 108 10 105 23 150 19 1 4
Indiana 34,601 655 152 153 15 35 64 18 158 38 7 2 2 9
Iowa 28,465 1,128 315 226 7 20 66 21 282 179 2 1 6
Kansas 15,321 664 109 152 5 14 94 24 176 83 1 1 1 1 2
Kentucky 22,989 647 122 100 9 56 48 24 106 22 14 1 143
Louisiana 22,178 620 79 97 7 56 127 45 132 26 8 6 1 34
Maine 14,313 1,247 411 240 114 264 42 37 116 9 7 1 4
Maryland 65,507 1,382 276 232 358 76 161 45 209 5 9 1 1 7 2
Massachusetts 62,196 1,131 213 186 480 81 51 32 68 3 11 5
Michigan 65,076 764 187 143 107 52 109 24 129 7 2 1 2
Minnesota 45,885 1,054 299 239 37 39 75 34 182 119 4 2 2 22
Mississippi 7,273 301 48 52 2 23 53 20 52 19 3 1 28
Missouri 45,376 921 196 113 41 26 141 27 255 107 6 2 3 1 2
Montana 7,782 965 246 304 10 60 4 14 180 137 2 3 2 - - 2
Nebraska 14,942 1,013 603 144 - - 14 35 10 69 112 1 2 20
Nevada 10,051 485 112 61 29 13 32 10 68 154 1 2
New Hampshire 5,727 507 140 126 59 25 41 32 71 6 1 2 2
New Jersey 55,700 756 133 95 289 36 52 35 102 3 - - 5 2 2
New Mexico 10,389 641 223 94 41 14 20 20 39 46 - - 141
New York 307,534 1,876 333 512 360 41 221 105 265 4 6 3 3 23
North Carolina 16,449 221 35 57 16 20 31 32 20 4 1 4
North Dakota 2,608 481 151 117 15 4 5 117 69 - - - - - - - -
Ohio 65,991 681 127 141 63 28 93 23 145 6 2 1 1 49
Oklahoma 15,752 527 94 97 3 29 47 15 97 125 6 3 1 1 8
Oregon 47,256 1,503 535 279 104 38 24 12 222 282 - - 3 2
Pennsylvania 69,732 654 145 108 133 39 82 34 96 3 4 1 1 5
Rhode Island 12,033 1,313 322 187 314 120 130 43 178 3 9 - - 4
South Carolina 28,751 788 235 131 9 31 90 33 145 19 3 3 - - 87
South Dakota 15,658 2,390 1,126 696 4 24 14 14 292 174 - - 1 9 34
Tennessee 11,204 220 69 26 n/c 30 40 12 26 8 3 - - 7
Texas 43,807 229 27 25 20 13 31 24 54 28 - - 3
Utah 15,407 770 156 92 77 41 37 17 111 227 2 1 - - 6
Vermont
Virginia 34,950 541 76 102 34 24 68 22 96 5 1 3 1 108
Washington 37,312 690 112 168 50 21 40 14 137 121 - - 2 2 20
West Virginia 7,640 487 173 85 15 80 27 21 60 12 - - 8 4 2
Wisconsin 23,045 489 268 84 12 16 35 10 49 8 5
Wyoming 5,275 1,208 449 248 5 19 7 17 207 226 1 3 1 - - 2 22
n/c 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.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 10.9.07. U.S. population: U.S. Bureau of the Census. Annual State Population Estimates by Demographic Characteristics with 6 Race Groups: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2006 (SC-EST2006-ALLDATA6, rel. May 17, 2007).

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