Table 1.7b. Primary cocaine admissions, by Census division and State or jurisdiction: 2000-2010
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and older
[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
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and older
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Total 100 96 101 104 100 107 105 98 89 72 56
Census division
New England 110 102 92 95 101 111 145 135 113 92 85
Middle Atlantic 176 167 172 178 192 212 212 200 177 144 133
East North Central 100 102 112 114 111 118 126 118 95 78 59
West North Central 108 105 99 104 106 109 111 99 85 65 51
South Atlantic 115 106 113 119 104 112 84 81 82 67 44
East South Central 63 68 77 87 75 88 90 52 56 52 40
West South Central 78 72 78 78 69 77 75 74 71 57 36
Mountain 46 40 40 40 46 48 53 53 51 38 33
Pacific 70 66 75 71 63 58 62 61 60 45 33
State or jurisdiction
Alabama 101 96 108 117 114 113 117 60 79 72
Alaska 61 44 43 27 29 34 28 28
Arizona 13 17 14 14 23 30 29 28 28 16 16
Arkansas 88 74 89 109 91 92 79 137 89 43
California 77 73 86 82 73 65 68 66 66 50 36
Colorado 74 52 79 78 104 107 121 115 108 87 78
Connecticut 198 192 182 193 186 190 209 197 189 156 151
Delaware 173 168 190 193 187 196 189 175 135 89 58
District of Columbia 422 387 378 276
Florida 128 96 122 114 58 75 78 75 95 73 33
Georgia 117 133 109 119 102 151
Hawaii 41 35 33 30 26 21 28 23 23 20 13
Idaho 12 12 6 3 6 6 7 5 8 7 2
Illinois 132 161 163 168 157 149 148 130 115 94 70
Indiana 103 61 64 71 84 87 87 64 33 27 27
Iowa 68 64 64 73 76 75 88 74 60 46 38
Kansas 118 103 103 110 110 108 96 101 91 77 51
Kentucky 37 48 64 90 52 110 122 106 79 62 49
Louisiana 234 210 214 203 199 179 174 178 153 143 100
Maine 25 26 35 51 59 67 80 91 71 48 36
Maryland 164 179 196 202 219 221 214 208 176 144 84
Massachusetts 94 80 59 51 66 77 136 120 87 72 68
Michigan 108 96 124 123 123 117 139 132 99 76 62
Minnesota 102 98 92 105 110 112 115 105 86 59 49
Mississippi 96 98 104 103 93 84 80 73 65 46
Missouri 171 176 159 157 157 166 168 137 124 97 78
Montana 26 23 16 17 15 15 18 20 12 9 11
Nebraska 56 52 49 47 51 47 45 52 37 28 28
Nevada 86 81 61 67 58 35 42 42 38 36 23
New Hampshire 37 31 29 42 50 56 76 65 58 40 38
New Jersey 82 77 74 79 82 84 88 94 84 70 64
New Mexico 25 31 30 31 21 33 46 46 53 33 16
New York 261 255 266 273 274 320 325 304 268 228 217
North Carolina 100 85 80 78 85 92 71 87 94 99 95
North Dakota 2 3 6 4 5 4 9 6 6 4 3
Ohio 89 97 107 97 96 129 132 148 125 107 71
Oklahoma 48 58 61 60 73 71 62 57 50 37 17
Oregon 55 57 55 38 35 35 38 41 36 27 23
Pennsylvania 111 94 93 99 141 134 122 111 100 65 52
Puerto Rico 5 3 5 3 7 7 5 4
Rhode Island 144 162 165 177 174 178 171 172 157 135 95
South Carolina 104 117 105 95 102 130 124 113 95 69 50
South Dakota 12 7 13 14 20 31 29 27 28 17 14
Tennessee 37 46 49 56 52 54 52 43 34 29 27
Texas 48 45 52 51 51 55 56 56 50 39 26
Utah 85 64 43 45 38 46 50 58 59 43 39
Vermont 49 48 71 68 69 117 133 124 106 68 72
Virginia 65 62 80 131 171 105 90 79 73 52 40
Washington 44 40 37 41 42 47 55 54 50 37 28
West Virginia 20 26 45 77 57 44 18 4
Wisconsin 35 35 35 58 46 62 80 66 46 42 37
Wyoming 23 30 25 24 20 22 21 22 28 15 15
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 10.10.11. Population: U.S. Bureau of the Census. SC-EST2009-agesex-res and SC-EST2011-agesex-res: for 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, 2010. PRC-EST2009-AGESEX-RES and PRC-EST2011-AGESEX-RES: for Annual Estimates of the Resident Population by Single-Year of Age and Sex for Puerto Rico: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2010.

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