Table 2.3. Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and older, by Census division and State or jurisdiction, according to primary substance of abuse: 2009
[Based on administrative data reported to TEDS by all reporting States and jurisdictions. Comparisons among States should be made with caution.]
Census division and State
or jurisdiction
No. of
admis-
sions
aged 12
and older
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and older
Total Primary substance at admission
Alcohol Opiates Cocaine Mari-
juana/
hashish
Metham-
phetamine/
amphet-
amines
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
Total 1,963,089 753 177 138 108 53 51 20 136 44   6 2 2 16
Census division1          
New England 175,475 1,416 324 232 469 120 59 37 120 3   14 1 1 4 30
Middle Atlantic 442,845 1,272 252 289 280 73 94 49 208 4   13 2 4 4
East North Central 274,487 701 164 129 111 45 61 13 137 8   3 1 27
West North Central 184,510 1,081 348 233 39 53 50 14 232 90   6 1 1 2 1 9
East South Central 60,256 393 80 58 8 67 35 17 85 21   7 2 1 12
South Atlantic 265,174 532 111 78 49 61 48 18 126 6   6 2 2 25
West South Central 115,610 395 69 61 24 38 39 17 89 39   4 4 1 8
Mountain 161,203 888 386 161 43 32 24 14 99 82   3 1 40
Pacific 281,116 682 123 106 86 34 36 9 130 151   1 1 2 3
State or jurisdiction          
Alabama 21,426 541 126 63 5 53 48 30 154 42   7 1 - - 10
Alaska 5,749 999 421 310 41 55 15 12 86 25   - - 1 30
Arizona 19,217 355 77 39 34 13 10 6 40 44   1 - - 91
Arkansas 24,607 1,020 256 163 4 112 64 25 190 167   13 9 2 2 2 12
California 179,466 585 75 64 91 27 40 9 111 160   1 2 2
Colorado 87,900 2,101 1,198 409 53 47 55 32 171 118   5 2 1 9
Connecticut 46,067 1,536 278 288 486 81 101 54 192 3   14 3 4 16 2 14
Delaware 7,786 1,043 114 144 222 187 63 26 242 1   4 5 - - 32
Dist. of Columbia   
Florida 78,165 494 87 53 11 78 48 24 155 8   8 1 20
Georgia   
Hawaii 7,232 659 119 114 12 19 16 4 182 180   1 1 - - - - 1 10
Idaho 6,562 521 130 75 12 26 4 4 143 119   2 3 - - 1 2
Illinois 68,244 632 111 93 176 15 76 14 135 8   2 2
Indiana 18,004 336 73 75 15 27 21 6 77 17   4 1 18
Iowa 27,810 1,097 342 252 8 35 33 11 287 116   5 1 1 1 7
Kansas 18,798 802 158 195 6 35 58 18 232 87   4 1 2 1 3
Kentucky 21,474 590 120 93 26 139 41 20 104 23   16 7
Louisiana 28,082 751 104 127 41 85 114 29 168 20   12 6 1 42
Maine 14,428 1,259 365 221 116 379 24 24 107 6   8 2 1 1 5
Maryland 62,625 1,303 248 172 349 122 117 26 237 3   10 2 13 3
Massachusetts 90,986 1,608 381 235 682 84 48 34 70 2   19 52
Michigan 59,464 703 170 125 122 78 59 11 120 7   4 2 3
Minnesota 51,987 1,175 377 274 52 88 44 16 219 81   6 2 3 1 11
Mississippi 7,119 292 47 52 2 26 34 9 56 15   4 45
Missouri 52,504 1,042 234 181 77 57 80 17 267 100   10 1 1 6 1 10
Montana 7,340 884 230 320 12 93 3 7 156 51   4 2 3 2 1
Nebraska 16,001 1,074 692 173 4 19 20 8 65 72   2 1 2 16
Nevada 9,913 455 120 70 41 25 28 9 71 87   2 1 2
New Hampshire 6,322 554 151 110 83 79 20 20 72 4   4 9
New Jersey 69,010 937 178 126 322 71 42 28 148 3   8 6 3
New Mexico 9,130 549 205 65 37 20 9 15 39 40   1 117
New York 312,857 1,879 356 493 371 88 152 76 308 5   19 3 4 3
North Carolina 53,620 685 125 117 22 65 72 27 148 10   8 6 1 4 79
North Dakota 2,436 442 151 111 1 22 2 2 123 23   - - 1 3
Ohio 99,646 1,020 192 205 123 66 79 19 227 6   5 2 2 94
Oklahoma 16,930 553 111 108 8 50 27 10 120 97   6 4 2 9
Oregon 48,833 1,505 518 316 115 71 18 8 253 194   6 1 2
Pennsylvania 60,978 564 142 86 110 52 41 20 95 2   5 1 2 6
Puerto Rico 2,413 72 32 3 22 1 2 3 8 - -   - - - - - - 1
Rhode Island 10,681 1,178 254 182 253 112 96 38 213 3   7 16
South Carolina 27,871 726 278 134 7 47 46 22 167 14   5 4 - - 1
South Dakota 14,974 2,207 1,086 650 4 38 8 9 300 88   1 2 1 - - 6 15
Tennessee 10,237 193 33 33 n/c 47 22 7 34 6   2 5 2 - - 3
Texas 45,991 230 34 29 26 19 24 15 58 19   4 1
Utah 14,917 687 189 94 87 43 31 12 110 114   3 1 - - 2
Vermont 6,991 1,289 379 255 76 270 34 34 223 4   9 1 - - 4
Virginia 29,040 437 81 97 35 34 36 14 93 4   3 1 37
Washington 39,836 709 122 192 56 52 29 8 156 80   3 2 6
West Virginia 6,067 387 182 20 12 103 7 5 42 4   9 3 - - 1
Wisconsin 29,129 608 315 122 27 32 35 7 57 6   2 3
Wyoming 6,224 1,369 481 399 15 59 5 10 232 153   3 3 - - 4 4
n/c Not collected. Tennessee began disaggregating heroin admissions from other opiates in July 2009. In this report, Tennessee's 2009 heroin admissions are still included in the other opiates category since there is less than a full year of disaggregated heroin data.
Less than 1 per 100,000.
- - Quantity is zero.
No data, or less than a full calendar year of data, submitted.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 11.03.10. Population: U.S. Bureau of the Census. SC-EST2009-agesex-res: Annual Estimates of the Resident Population by Single-Year of Age and Sex for the United States and States: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2009. PRC-EST2009-AGESEX-RES: Annual Estimates of the Resident Population by Single-Year of Age and Sex for Puerto Rico: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2009. 1999 Intercensal State and County Characteristics Population Estimates Files for Internet DisplayDate: 6/23/03, Filename - STCH-icen1999.txt.

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