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: 2010
[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 admissions 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 1,820,737 691 156 126 97 60 40 17 127 43 6 2 2 15
Census division1          
New England 176,181 1,416 328 234 412 134 49 36 136 3 16 1 1 5 61
Middle Atlantic 440,053 1,258 246 277 260 95 87 46 214 4 15 2 5 5
East North Central 253,953 648 150 115 94 56 48 11 137 9 4 1 21
West North Central 180,376 1,047 324 221 43 61 40 11 227 101 6 1 1 2 1 6
South Atlantic 212,773 1,368 272 204 119 196 102 42 310 18 15 7 2 4 3 76
East South Central 55,570 109 21 16 3 24 9 3 24 7 2 - -
West South Central 90,595 302 48 47 19 32 24 12 74 30 5 2 1 7
Mountain 145,549 796 316 154 48 36 21 12 98 84 3 1 21
Pacific 263,850 628 105 99 83 37 26 7 121 140 1 1 1 6
State or jurisdiction          
Alabama 21,678 536 114 66 5 66 52 20 154 48 6 - - 5
Alaska 6,746 1,147 505 349 40 59 14 14 91 31 1 1 - - - - 41
Arizona 20,140 379 80 46 51 20 9 7 58 58 1 - - 47
Arkansas 14,157 578 136 87 2 70 31 11 114 104 9 5 1 2 1 5
California 165,240 528 64 58 85 31 29 7 101 145 1 2 5
Colorado 78,453 1,860 954 395 59 56 50 29 172 131 5 2 1 6
Connecticut 51,951 1,700 301 350 382 84 89 62 273 4 20 3 4 17 2 110
Delaware 6,702 877 82 115 167 176 40 18 230 1 5 4 3 - - 35
District of Columbia
Florida 47,962 295 47 25 6 71 21 12 89 6 5 13
Georgia
Hawaii 6,609 570 89 94 9 21 9 4 176 159 2 - - 6
Idaho 2,200 172 24 26 5 12 2 55 44 1 - - 1
Illinois 62,393 578 105 91 132 19 58 13 146 9 3
Indiana 23,780 438 74 90 23 40 21 6 94 22 5 1 61
Iowa 33,036 1,287 352 285 15 53 28 10 362 165 5 2 2 2 8
Kansas 14,939 630 117 142 7 33 41 10 190 81 3 2 2
Kentucky 22,142 604 113 89 29 170 32 17 101 28 18 - - 5
Louisiana 26,162 688 94 109 50 87 75 25 158 22 13 5 48
Maine 12,519 1,086 323 182 76 354 17 19 94 7 7 2 3
Maryland 41,815 853 135 115 248 102 67 17 146 2 8 8 2
Massachusetts 87,205 1,545 381 210 626 100 40 29 68 2 20 68
Michigan 60,179 718 170 119 125 94 52 10 127 9 6 3 - - 2
Minnesota 50,941 1,142 354 256 53 103 36 14 214 93 6 1 3 1 8
Mississippi
Missouri 48,626 962 210 170 86 58 65 13 238 101 10 1 6 1 2
Montana 7,745 918 237 320 12 100 2 9 169 59 2 2 2 3
Nebraska 15,727 1,035 640 170 3 26 21 7 70 78 2 1 14
Nevada 8,710 385 90 55 35 24 18 5 68 83 2 1 1
New Hampshire 6,303 554 146 105 80 102 17 21 69 4 4 1 - - 4
New Jersey 70,180 941 184 124 297 97 39 26 148 3 11 7 3
New Mexico 7,312 425 163 62 31 22 6 10 33 39 - - 57
New York 310,896 1,873 352 473 346 116 143 74 326 6 23 3 6 4
North Carolina 59,736 743 128 123 21 88 68 27 159 11 9 9 3 4 94
North Dakota 2,491 434 152 98 2 27 1 2 122 25 - - - - - - 2
Ohio 78,249 801 145 146 96 84 56 15 199 5 5 1 2 46
Oklahoma 12,605 402 75 68 5 49 13 4 89 81 4 3 2 8
Oregon 47,149 1,443 469 285 130 74 16 7 247 203 7 1 2
Pennsylvania 58,977 540 127 85 105 63 35 17 89 2 4 1 2 8
Puerto Rico 1,837 58 23 3 18 2 2 2 7 - - - - - - - -
Rhode Island 10,204 1,122 275 171 223 148 66 29 173 1 8 1 24
South Carolina 27,802 710 295 128 6 51 35 15 155 14 5 4 1
South Dakota 14,616 2,151 1,031 634 6 53 6 8 289 96 4 4 1 6 13
Tennessee 11,750 219 33 38 4 63 20 6 38 10 4 1 - -
Texas 37,671 183 25 28 18 14 15 11 51 16 3 1
Utah 14,977 691 186 94 92 44 29 10 111 114 5 1 1 4
Vermont 7,999 1,468 399 311 73 350 34 38 233 7 8 2 1 1 12
Virginia 26,575 391 74 87 29 41 29 11 85 4 3 2 25
Washington 38,106 669 86 193 63 54 22 7 150 83 3 2 6
West Virginia 2,181 136 37 16 5 48 2 2 18 3 2 - -
Wisconsin 29,352 610 312 125 29 35 31 6 58 6 2 4
Wyoming 6,012 1,272 455 364 11 57 7 9 212 144 4 3 2 4
1 The populations of the States or jurisdictions which did not submit data in 2010 have been excluded from the rate calculation for the Census divisions.
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 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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