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2001 State Estimates of Substance Use

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Appendix D: Tables Showing Estimated Numbers Based on Model-Based Estimates

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Table D.1 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Past Month Users of Any Illicit Drug, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 15,026       2,423       5,056       7,546      
Alabama 210 (173 252) 34 (28 42) 73 (60 87) 103 (75 139)
Alaska 45 (38 53) 8 (6 9) 16 (14 19) 21 (15 28)
Arizona 262 (218 311) 49 (40 59) 85 (71 100) 128 (94 171)
Arkansas 143 (121 168) 25 (21 30) 51 (44 60) 67 (49 88)
California 2,159 (1,955 2,377) 312 (283 344) 642 (587 699) 1,205 (1,022 1,410)
Colorado 316 (269 368) 49 (41 59) 117 (101 134) 150 (112 196)
Connecticut 204 (170 241) 35 (29 42) 70 (59 81) 99 (72 132)
Delaware 48 (40 57) 8 (6 9) 17 (15 20) 23 (17 31)
District of Columbia 34 (28 42) 4 (3 5) 10 (9 12) 20 (15 27)
Florida 771 (687 861) 119 (105 135) 223 (201 246) 428 (353 514)
Georgia 394 (324 473) 57 (46 69) 136 (113 163) 200 (145 269)
Hawaii 71 (57 87) 11 (9 13) 22 (18 27) 38 (26 53)
Idaho 57 (47 68) 10 (8 13) 22 (18 26) 25 (18 34)
Illinois 704 (635 778) 110 (98 123) 245 (224 267) 349 (290 417)
Indiana 258 (210 312) 46 (38 56) 92 (76 111) 119 (83 165)
Iowa 106 (87 128) 19 (15 24) 42 (34 51) 45 (31 63)
Kansas 132 (110 155) 27 (22 33) 51 (43 61) 53 (38 73)
Kentucky 220 (184 260) 39 (32 46) 80 (68 93) 101 (73 136)
Louisiana 236 (196 280) 42 (34 50) 87 (73 102) 107 (77 144)
Maine 89 (76 104) 15 (12 18) 33 (28 37) 41 (31 54)
Maryland 266 (222 316) 46 (38 56) 88 (74 103) 132 (96 175)
Massachusetts 552 (470 642) 72 (60 84) 155 (134 177) 326 (254 409)
Michigan 602 (550 657) 105 (95 115) 207 (191 224) 290 (245 341)
Minnesota 262 (219 309) 52 (43 63) 99 (84 116) 111 (80 149)
Mississippi 128 (106 153) 23 (18 28) 50 (42 60) 55 (39 75)
Missouri 257 (214 306) 48 (39 58) 90 (74 107) 120 (87 160)
Montana 47 (40 56) 11 (9 13) 18 (16 21) 18 (13 25)
Nebraska 63 (52 77) 14 (11 17) 24 (19 29) 26 (18 36)
Nevada 113 (94 135) 19 (16 23) 33 (27 40) 61 (46 79)
New Hampshire 82 (69 96) 15 (13 18) 30 (26 35) 36 (27 48)
New Jersey 390 (325 465) 58 (47 70) 144 (122 169) 188 (136 254)
New Mexico 108 (91 128) 23 (19 28) 33 (27 39) 53 (39 70)
New York 1,010 (911 1,117) 140 (124 157) 351 (322 382) 519 (432 618)
North Carolina 500 (418 592) 65 (54 79) 143 (120 168) 292 (221 376)
North Dakota 22 (17 26) 5 (4 6) 9 (7 11) 7 (5 11)
Ohio 550 (497 606) 91 (81 102) 202 (185 220) 257 (213 307)
Oklahoma 148 (122 178) 30 (24 37) 50 (41 61) 68 (48 93)
Oregon 246 (208 287) 34 (28 41) 84 (72 97) 128 (97 166)
Pennsylvania 596 (537 660) 96 (86 107) 195 (178 213) 305 (253 363)
Rhode Island 67 (57 79) 11 (9 13) 23 (20 26) 34 (25 44)
South Carolina 182 (149 219) 29 (24 36) 61 (51 73) 91 (65 124)
South Dakota 27 (22 33) 6 (5 8) 10 (8 13) 10 (7 15)
Tennessee 286 (235 343) 48 (39 58) 91 (75 110) 146 (106 196)
Texas 861 (773 955) 164 (146 184) 326 (295 360) 370 (298 454)
Utah 85 (68 104) 16 (12 21) 35 (28 44) 33 (22 48)
Vermont 54 (46 62) 9 (7 10) 20 (18 22) 25 (19 33)
Virginia 314 (261 374) 48 (39 58) 114 (94 136) 152 (111 203)
Washington 370 (308 440) 57 (48 68) 117 (99 136) 196 (145 258)
West Virginia 77 (63 93) 14 (12 17) 29 (24 35) 34 (24 47)
Wisconsin 277 (232 325) 49 (40 58) 99 (83 117) 130 (96 171)
Wyoming 23 (20 28) 5 (4 6) 10 (8 11) 9 (6 13)
NOTE: Any Illicit Drug includes marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or any prescription-type psychotherapeutic used nonmedically.
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.2 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Past Month Users of Marijuana, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 11,433       1,794       4,264       5,375      
Alabama 152 (121 187) 22 (16 28) 58 (46 71) 72 (50 101)
Alaska 34 (29 41) 6 (5 8) 14 (12 16) 14 (10 19)
Arizona 179 (144 220) 33 (25 41) 65 (53 78) 82 (56 115)
Arkansas 106 (87 128) 16 (13 20) 41 (34 49) 50 (35 68)
California 1,578 (1,407 1,763) 231 (205 258) 531 (480 586) 816 (668 986)
Colorado 254 (213 300) 40 (32 49) 98 (83 113) 116 (84 156)
Connecticut 170 (140 203) 29 (23 35) 62 (52 74) 79 (56 108)
Delaware 40 (33 48) 6 (5 7) 15 (13 18) 19 (14 26)
District of Columbia 25 (20 31) 3 (2 3) 8 (7 10) 14 (10 20)
Florida 600 (528 679) 90 (78 103) 183 (163 204) 327 (263 402)
Georgia 296 (239 362) 37 (29 47) 113 (92 137) 146 (102 201)
Hawaii 55 (43 70) 9 (6 11) 18 (14 22) 29 (19 43)
Idaho 46 (37 57) 8 (6 10) 20 (16 24) 19 (13 27)
Illinois 551 (496 610) 84 (74 96) 218 (199 238) 248 (203 301)
Indiana 193 (155 237) 37 (29 47) 75 (61 92) 81 (55 115)
Iowa 83 (66 102) 14 (10 18) 37 (30 45) 32 (21 47)
Kansas 101 (83 122) 19 (15 24) 43 (35 52) 39 (27 54)
Kentucky 163 (135 195) 29 (24 36) 62 (51 74) 72 (51 98)
Louisiana 135 (109 166) 24 (18 30) 60 (48 73) 52 (34 75)
Maine 76 (64 89) 12 (10 14) 29 (25 33) 35 (26 46)
Maryland 202 (162 247) 34 (27 42) 73 (60 87) 95 (65 134)
Massachusetts 456 (383 538) 63 (51 76) 150 (130 172) 244 (182 319)
Michigan 484 (438 533) 81 (72 91) 182 (165 199) 221 (183 265)
Minnesota 212 (176 253) 39 (31 48) 89 (74 105) 85 (59 117)
Mississippi 87 (70 106) 14 (11 18) 40 (32 49) 33 (22 47)
Missouri 200 (163 242) 35 (28 44) 77 (63 93) 88 (62 121)
Montana 39 (32 46) 8 (6 10) 16 (14 19) 15 (10 21)
Nebraska 51 (41 62) 10 (8 13) 20 (16 25) 20 (13 29)
Nevada 80 (65 98) 15 (12 18) 27 (21 33) 39 (28 53)
New Hampshire 71 (60 84) 13 (11 15) 26 (22 31) 32 (23 42)
New Jersey 299 (243 364) 39 (31 49) 119 (98 142) 141 (98 197)
New Mexico 87 (71 105) 20 (16 24) 29 (24 35) 38 (26 53)
New York 784 (706 868) 108 (94 124) 317 (289 347) 358 (292 435)
North Carolina 368 (299 446) 44 (34 55) 122 (102 145) 202 (146 271)
North Dakota 17 (14 21) 4 (3 5) 8 (6 10) 6 (4 9)
Ohio 428 (385 475) 67 (59 77) 174 (158 191) 186 (151 228)
Oklahoma 97 (77 122) 20 (15 26) 36 (28 45) 42 (28 60)
Oregon 203 (168 241) 26 (20 32) 73 (62 85) 104 (76 138)
Pennsylvania 479 (429 534) 73 (64 83) 176 (159 193) 230 (188 280)
Rhode Island 56 (46 66) 9 (7 11) 21 (17 24) 27 (19 36)
South Carolina 131 (105 160) 21 (17 27) 51 (42 61) 59 (40 83)
South Dakota 23 (18 28) 5 (4 6) 9 (7 12) 8 (6 12)
Tennessee 221 (179 270) 35 (28 44) 78 (63 95) 108 (76 149)
Texas 588 (519 662) 114 (98 131) 246 (218 276) 228 (176 291)
Utah 60 (47 75) 12 (9 16) 27 (21 34) 21 (13 32)
Vermont 46 (40 54) 7 (6 8) 18 (16 20) 21 (16 28)
Virginia 243 (198 295) 32 (25 41) 95 (77 116) 116 (82 158)
Washington 285 (233 344) 48 (39 58) 97 (80 117) 139 (99 190)
West Virginia 61 (48 75) 10 (8 12) 23 (19 28) 28 (19 40)
Wisconsin 218 (180 259) 38 (30 46) 89 (74 106) 91 (65 124)
Wyoming 18 (15 22) 4 (3 5) 8 (6 9) 7 (5 9)
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.3 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Reporting Perceptions of Great Risk of Smoking Marijuana Once a Month, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 96,292       8,637       8,321       79,334      
Alabama 1,853 (1,727 1,980) 158 (144 171) 172 (153 192) 1,524 (1,403 1,643)
Alaska 174 (160 188) 20 (18 22) 16 (14 18) 138 (125 151)
Arizona 1,694 (1,572 1,818) 149 (133 165) 155 (137 174) 1,390 (1,274 1,508)
Arkansas 1,041 (974 1,110) 89 (81 97) 89 (79 100) 863 (798 927)
California 10,847 (10,400 11,298) 977 (929 1,027) 1,156 (1,090 1,224) 8,713 (8,277 9,153)
Colorado 1,170 (1,064 1,279) 103 (92 116) 94 (80 110) 972 (871 1,076)
Connecticut 942 (862 1,024) 78 (69 87) 63 (54 73) 801 (724 880)
Delaware 233 (214 252) 20 (18 23) 20 (17 23) 193 (174 211)
District of Columbia 164 (150 178) 12 (11 14) 13 (11 14) 139 (125 152)
Florida 6,048 (5,813 6,284) 501 (476 527) 480 (452 509) 5,067 (4,835 5,298)
Georgia 2,883 (2,677 3,093) 248 (226 270) 250 (220 282) 2,385 (2,187 2,584)
Hawaii 378 (345 412) 28 (25 32) 29 (25 34) 321 (289 353)
Idaho 459 (430 490) 51 (46 56) 47 (42 53) 361 (333 390)
Illinois 4,170 (4,007 4,333) 382 (363 402) 363 (339 387) 3,425 (3,267 3,584)
Indiana 2,199 (2,042 2,358) 209 (190 227) 187 (164 212) 1,803 (1,655 1,953)
Iowa 1,105 (1,029 1,181) 110 (101 120) 101 (90 112) 894 (823 966)
Kansas 934 (867 1,003) 91 (82 100) 73 (63 84) 770 (705 835)
Kentucky 1,589 (1,483 1,696) 133 (121 145) 135 (120 149) 1,322 (1,219 1,423)
Louisiana 1,699 (1,592 1,806) 158 (144 173) 164 (145 183) 1,377 (1,277 1,477)
Maine 373 (343 404) 32 (28 36) 20 (17 25) 321 (292 350)
Maryland 1,680 (1,542 1,821) 146 (131 161) 132 (116 148) 1,402 (1,270 1,537)
Massachusetts 1,692 (1,534 1,857) 134 (118 151) 102 (85 120) 1,456 (1,304 1,613)
Michigan 3,320 (3,184 3,458) 307 (290 324) 257 (239 275) 2,757 (2,626 2,889)
Minnesota 1,578 (1,457 1,702) 167 (151 182) 129 (112 147) 1,282 (1,166 1,400)
Mississippi 1,221 (1,144 1,297) 123 (113 133) 135 (121 148) 963 (891 1,034)
Missouri 2,001 (1,860 2,146) 191 (174 209) 168 (148 189) 1,642 (1,507 1,778)
Montana 313 (290 337) 30 (27 33) 25 (22 28) 259 (237 281)
Nebraska 570 (530 611) 60 (55 66) 52 (46 59) 457 (419 496)
Nevada 628 (580 677) 52 (46 58) 50 (44 57) 526 (481 572)
New Hampshire 335 (304 367) 30 (27 33) 23 (20 27) 281 (252 312)
New Jersey 2,876 (2,668 3,087) 240 (220 261) 206 (179 234) 2,430 (2,230 2,633)
New Mexico 579 (535 624) 50 (44 56) 56 (49 64) 473 (431 515)
New York 6,408 (6,146 6,671) 490 (463 517) 482 (450 516) 5,436 (5,179 5,693)
North Carolina 2,679 (2,487 2,875) 246 (224 268) 184 (159 210) 2,250 (2,064 2,438)
North Dakota 238 (223 254) 23 (21 25) 19 (17 22) 196 (182 211)
Ohio 3,774 (3,624 3,925) 357 (339 375) 317 (295 339) 3,101 (2,955 3,247)
Oklahoma 1,313 (1,226 1,400) 122 (110 135) 133 (118 149) 1,058 (976 1,140)
Oregon 939 (847 1,035) 89 (79 99) 71 (61 83) 779 (691 869)
Pennsylvania 4,547 (4,373 4,723) 382 (364 401) 313 (292 335) 3,852 (3,680 4,024)
Rhode Island 315 (289 342) 25 (23 28) 17 (15 21) 272 (247 298)
South Carolina 1,485 (1,382 1,589) 132 (120 144) 142 (127 158) 1,211 (1,113 1,309)
South Dakota 254 (235 273) 27 (24 29) 25 (22 29) 202 (185 219)
Tennessee 2,089 (1,941 2,241) 178 (161 195) 164 (142 187) 1,748 (1,606 1,890)
Texas 7,935 (7,659 8,212) 763 (727 798) 821 (775 867) 6,352 (6,084 6,619)
Utah 763 (711 815) 98 (89 107) 120 (107 132) 545 (499 591)
Vermont 144 (130 159) 13 (11 15) 9 (8 11) 122 (109 136)
Virginia 2,373 (2,204 2,544) 211 (193 230) 187 (162 212) 1,975 (1,813 2,138)
Washington 1,708 (1,556 1,864) 164 (147 181) 148 (128 169) 1,396 (1,252 1,545)
West Virginia 741 (694 788) 56 (51 61) 57 (50 64) 628 (583 673)
Wisconsin 1,673 (1,541 1,812) 167 (151 183) 134 (116 154) 1,372 (1,245 1,502)
Wyoming 165 (153 178) 17 (15 19) 16 (14 18) 132 (121 144)
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.4 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Average Annual Marijuana Initiates, by Age Group and State: Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 2,345       1,266       923       156      
Alabama 35 (30 41) 17 (14 21) 15 (12 19) 2 (1 4)
Alaska 6 (5 7) 4 (3 5) 2 (2 3) 0 (0 0)
Arizona 42 (35 49) 25 (21 31) 14 (10 18) 3 (1 4)
Arkansas 23 (20 27) 12 (10 15) 9 (7 12) 2 (1 3)
California 263 (240 288) 149 (134 164) 96 (81 114) 18 (11 29)
Colorado 38 (32 45) 23 (19 27) 13 (9 17) 3 (1 5)
Connecticut 27 (23 32) 16 (13 19) 10 (7 12) 2 (1 3)
Delaware 8 (7 9) 4 (4 5) 3 (2 4) 0 (0 1)
District of Columbia 4 (4 5) 2 (1 2) 2 (2 3) 0 (0 1)
Florida 114 (103 125) 67 (60 76) 38 (32 45) 8 (5 13)
Georgia 62 (52 72) 31 (26 38) 26 (20 33) 5 (3 9)
Hawaii 10 (8 12) 6 (5 7) 4 (3 5) 0 (0 1)
Idaho 12 (10 14) 6 (5 8) 5 (4 6) 1 (0 1)
Illinois 111 (101 121) 59 (53 66) 45 (38 51) 7 (4 11)
Indiana 50 (43 59) 28 (23 33) 19 (15 25) 4 (2 6)
Iowa 23 (20 28) 12 (9 14) 10 (8 13) 1 (1 3)
Kansas 26 (22 30) 14 (11 17) 11 (8 14) 1 (1 2)
Kentucky 38 (33 44) 20 (17 24) 15 (12 19) 3 (1 5)
Louisiana 37 (31 43) 19 (15 23) 15 (12 20) 3 (1 4)
Maine 11 (9 13) 6 (5 7) 5 (4 6) 1 (0 1)
Maryland 44 (38 51) 23 (19 28) 18 (14 22) 3 (2 5)
Massachusetts 60 (52 69) 34 (28 40) 22 (18 28) 3 (2 6)
Michigan 94 (86 103) 51 (46 57) 36 (32 42) 6 (4 9)
Minnesota 53 (45 61) 27 (22 32) 23 (18 28) 3 (1 5)
Mississippi 25 (21 29) 12 (10 15) 10 (8 13) 2 (1 4)
Missouri 51 (44 59) 28 (23 34) 20 (16 25) 3 (2 5)
Montana 9 (8 10) 5 (4 6) 4 (3 5) 0 (0 1)
Nebraska 17 (14 19) 9 (7 10) 7 (6 9) 1 (1 2)
Nevada 17 (14 20) 10 (8 12) 6 (4 7) 1 (1 2)
New Hampshire 11 (10 13) 6 (5 8) 4 (3 6) 1 (0 1)
New Jersey 64 (55 74) 32 (27 38) 27 (21 34) 5 (3 8)
New Mexico 19 (16 22) 12 (10 14) 6 (5 8) 1 (0 2)
New York 146 (133 160) 77 (69 85) 59 (51 68) 11 (7 17)
North Carolina 66 (57 77) 34 (28 41) 28 (21 35) 4 (2 8)
North Dakota 7 (6 8) 4 (3 5) 3 (2 4) 0 (0 1)
Ohio 97 (89 106) 53 (47 59) 38 (33 44) 6 (3 9)
Oklahoma 32 (27 38) 18 (15 22) 12 (10 15) 2 (1 3)
Oregon 28 (24 32) 16 (13 19) 11 (8 13) 2 (1 3)
Pennsylvania 98 (89 107) 51 (45 57) 40 (35 46) 6 (4 10)
Rhode Island 9 (8 11) 5 (4 6) 3 (2 4) 1 (0 1)
South Carolina 35 (30 41) 19 (15 23) 14 (11 18) 2 (1 4)
South Dakota 7 (6 8) 4 (3 5) 3 (2 3) 0 (0 1)
Tennessee 47 (40 55) 25 (21 30) 19 (14 24) 3 (2 5)
Texas 168 (152 184) 85 (76 96) 71 (61 82) 11 (7 19)
Utah 20 (16 24) 10 (8 13) 9 (7 12) 1 (1 2)
Vermont 7 (6 8) 4 (3 5) 3 (2 3) 0 (0 1)
Virginia 52 (44 61) 25 (20 30) 23 (17 30) 4 (2 7)
Washington 52 (45 60) 28 (23 34) 21 (16 26) 3 (2 5)
West Virginia 14 (12 16) 8 (6 9) 6 (4 7) 1 (1 2)
Wisconsin 51 (44 59) 28 (23 33) 20 (15 25) 3 (2 6)
Wyoming 5 (4 6) 3 (2 3) 2 (2 3) 0 (0 0)
NOTE: Average Annual Number of Marijuana Initiates = Number of Marijuana Initiates in past 24 months/2.
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.5 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Past Month Users of Any Illicit Drug Other Than Marijuana, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 6,405       1,117       2,006       3,282      
Alabama 98 (76 124) 18 (14 24) 33 (25 43) 47 (30 69)
Alaska 14 (11 18) 3 (2 4) 5 (4 7) 6 (4 9)
Arizona 135 (107 167) 26 (20 34) 42 (32 53) 67 (45 95)
Arkansas 68 (53 84) 14 (11 17) 23 (18 29) 31 (20 46)
California 918 (789 1,062) 138 (119 160) 260 (223 301) 520 (404 658)
Colorado 117 (94 144) 20 (15 26) 44 (35 55) 53 (35 76)
Connecticut 78 (61 97) 16 (12 21) 23 (17 29) 39 (26 57)
Delaware 19 (15 23) 3 (2 4) 6 (5 8) 9 (6 13)
District of Columbia 15 (11 19) 2 (1 2) 4 (3 5) 9 (6 13)
Florida 312 (265 366) 52 (44 63) 100 (85 117) 160 (120 209)
Georgia 174 (135 220) 31 (24 40) 55 (41 71) 88 (57 129)
Hawaii 26 (19 34) 5 (3 6) 8 (6 11) 13 (8 20)
Idaho 23 (18 31) 5 (4 7) 8 (6 11) 10 (6 16)
Illinois 284 (243 330) 43 (36 51) 80 (68 94) 161 (124 205)
Indiana 126 (98 159) 23 (18 30) 42 (32 55) 60 (39 89)
Iowa 49 (36 64) 10 (8 14) 16 (12 21) 23 (13 36)
Kansas 63 (49 79) 12 (9 15) 19 (14 25) 32 (21 46)
Kentucky 93 (73 116) 16 (12 20) 32 (25 41) 45 (30 65)
Louisiana 126 (100 158) 25 (19 33) 43 (33 54) 59 (39 85)
Maine 31 (25 38) 6 (5 8) 11 (9 14) 14 (9 20)
Maryland 113 (88 142) 21 (16 27) 33 (25 42) 59 (39 85)
Massachusetts 183 (141 232) 26 (19 33) 48 (36 61) 110 (74 156)
Michigan 220 (190 254) 44 (37 51) 71 (60 82) 106 (80 137)
Minnesota 107 (84 133) 21 (16 27) 37 (28 47) 49 (32 72)
Mississippi 61 (48 76) 12 (9 16) 21 (16 28) 27 (18 40)
Missouri 103 (78 133) 22 (17 29) 31 (23 42) 49 (31 76)
Montana 20 (16 25) 5 (4 6) 7 (5 9) 9 (6 13)
Nebraska 28 (21 37) 6 (4 8) 9 (7 13) 13 (7 21)
Nevada 50 (39 65) 9 (7 12) 14 (11 19) 27 (18 40)
New Hampshire 34 (27 42) 7 (5 9) 11 (9 14) 16 (10 23)
New Jersey 166 (129 209) 29 (22 36) 52 (39 67) 85 (55 126)
New Mexico 40 (31 51) 8 (6 10) 12 (9 16) 20 (13 30)
New York 416 (353 488) 55 (45 66) 118 (100 138) 244 (187 313)
North Carolina 183 (142 231) 34 (27 44) 50 (37 65) 98 (65 143)
North Dakota 11 (8 15) 3 (2 3) 4 (3 5) 5 (3 8)
Ohio 233 (200 270) 44 (38 52) 76 (65 88) 113 (85 147)
Oklahoma 82 (63 104) 16 (12 21) 26 (20 34) 39 (25 58)
Oregon 89 (70 111) 15 (11 19) 29 (22 37) 45 (30 65)
Pennsylvania 274 (235 318) 47 (40 54) 85 (73 97) 143 (110 183)
Rhode Island 25 (19 31) 5 (3 6) 8 (6 10) 12 (8 18)
South Carolina 86 (67 108) 14 (11 18) 27 (21 35) 45 (29 65)
South Dakota 13 (10 17) 3 (2 4) 5 (4 6) 5 (3 9)
Tennessee 136 (104 174) 27 (20 35) 39 (29 51) 70 (45 103)
Texas 441 (384 503) 87 (74 101) 167 (145 192) 187 (141 243)
Utah 47 (36 59) 9 (6 12) 18 (13 24) 20 (12 30)
Vermont 18 (15 23) 3 (2 4) 7 (5 8) 9 (6 13)
Virginia 146 (114 184) 24 (19 31) 50 (37 65) 72 (47 105)
Washington 141 (111 175) 24 (18 31) 48 (37 61) 69 (45 99)
West Virginia 41 (33 52) 7 (6 10) 13 (10 17) 21 (14 30)
Wisconsin 120 (93 152) 21 (15 27) 34 (25 44) 66 (44 96)
Wyoming 11 (8 13) 2 (2 3) 4 (3 5) 4 (3 6)
NOTE: Any Illicit Drug Other Than Marijuana includes cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or any prescription-type psychotherapeutic used nonmedically.
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.6 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Past Year Users of Cocaine, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 3,810       377       1,465       1,969      
Alabama 55 (37 77) 5 (3 8) 20 (14 27) 29 (16 49)
Alaska 11 (8 14) 1 (1 2) 4 (3 6) 5 (3 8)
Arizona 91 (67 122) 13 (9 19) 35 (26 45) 43 (25 70)
Arkansas 34 (24 46) 3 (2 5) 12 (9 16) 18 (11 29)
California 536 (440 646) 56 (44 70) 194 (164 227) 287 (205 389)
Colorado 95 (70 126) 8 (5 12) 41 (32 53) 46 (27 74)
Connecticut 48 (34 65) 5 (3 7) 16 (12 21) 27 (16 43)
Delaware 14 (10 19) 1 (0 1) 5 (4 6) 8 (5 13)
District of Columbia 11 (7 16) 0 (0 0) 3 (2 3) 8 (5 13)
Florida 187 (150 231) 17 (13 22) 65 (54 77) 106 (74 147)
Georgia 110 (78 151) 9 (6 14) 43 (31 56) 59 (34 95)
Hawaii 12 (8 17) 2 (1 2) 4 (3 6) 6 (3 10)
Idaho 14 (10 19) 2 (1 3) 6 (4 8) 6 (3 10)
Illinois 179 (145 219) 12 (8 16) 66 (55 78) 102 (73 140)
Indiana 72 (52 97) 9 (6 13) 32 (24 42) 31 (18 52)
Iowa 33 (23 45) 4 (3 6) 13 (10 18) 15 (9 25)
Kansas 34 (25 47) 3 (2 5) 15 (11 19) 17 (10 27)
Kentucky 60 (44 78) 5 (3 7) 26 (19 33) 29 (18 45)
Louisiana 58 (40 82) 6 (4 8) 21 (15 28) 32 (18 53)
Maine 15 (11 20) 2 (1 3) 6 (4 8) 7 (4 11)
Maryland 61 (42 84) 6 (4 8) 20 (14 26) 35 (20 57)
Massachusetts 120 (84 165) 9 (6 13) 39 (29 51) 72 (43 115)
Michigan 109 (89 134) 12 (9 15) 48 (40 57) 50 (33 72)
Minnesota 78 (58 104) 9 (6 12) 33 (25 43) 37 (22 59)
Mississippi 30 (20 42) 2 (1 4) 13 (9 18) 15 (7 26)
Missouri 56 (39 78) 7 (4 10) 23 (16 31) 26 (14 46)
Montana 13 (10 18) 2 (1 2) 6 (5 8) 6 (3 9)
Nebraska 17 (12 24) 2 (1 3) 7 (5 10) 8 (4 14)
Nevada 34 (24 46) 4 (2 5) 11 (8 15) 19 (11 30)
New Hampshire 18 (13 24) 2 (1 3) 7 (5 10) 9 (5 14)
New Jersey 88 (60 125) 7 (4 11) 36 (26 48) 46 (24 79)
New Mexico 41 (29 54) 6 (4 8) 15 (11 20) 20 (11 33)
New York 246 (201 299) 18 (14 25) 91 (76 108) 137 (98 185)
North Carolina 98 (70 134) 8 (6 12) 35 (25 46) 55 (33 87)
North Dakota 8 (6 11) 1 (1 2) 4 (3 5) 4 (2 6)
Ohio 126 (100 156) 11 (8 15) 52 (43 62) 63 (43 90)
Oklahoma 35 (24 49) 4 (3 7) 13 (9 19) 17 (9 29)
Oregon 44 (32 59) 4 (3 7) 19 (14 24) 21 (12 34)
Pennsylvania 165 (137 198) 14 (11 19) 61 (52 72) 90 (65 120)
Rhode Island 14 (10 19) 1 (1 2) 6 (4 8) 7 (4 11)
South Carolina 51 (36 71) 4 (3 6) 20 (14 26) 27 (15 46)
South Dakota 9 (6 11) 1 (1 2) 4 (3 5) 3 (2 6)
Tennessee 68 (47 95) 8 (5 11) 24 (17 33) 37 (21 61)
Texas 313 (261 372) 42 (33 54) 134 (113 156) 137 (95 191)
Utah 24 (17 33) 3 (2 5) 12 (8 16) 9 (5 16)
Vermont 11 (8 14) 1 (1 1) 5 (4 6) 5 (3 8)
Virginia 86 (62 116) 6 (4 10) 35 (26 46) 44 (26 71)
Washington 76 (55 103) 10 (6 14) 29 (21 38) 38 (22 61)
West Virginia 21 (15 29) 2 (1 3) 8 (6 11) 11 (6 18)
Wisconsin 74 (54 97) 8 (5 11) 30 (22 39) 36 (22 57)
Wyoming 6 (4 9) 1 (0 1) 3 (2 4) 3 (1 5)
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.7 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Past Month Users of Alcohol, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 106,802       3,954       16,803       86,045      
Alabama 1,346 (1,229 1,466) 55 (46 64) 239 (219 258) 1,053 (941 1,168)
Alaska 240 (226 254) 10 (9 12) 41 (38 44) 188 (175 201)
Arizona 1,951 (1,819 2,084) 76 (65 88) 287 (268 307) 1,588 (1,460 1,715)
Arkansas 805 (742 869) 38 (32 44) 138 (127 149) 629 (569 691)
California 12,579 (12,152 13,007) 419 (384 455) 1,953 (1,874 2,032) 10,207 (9,790 10,624)
Colorado 1,981 (1,876 2,085) 73 (63 85) 301 (283 318) 1,607 (1,506 1,704)
Connecticut 1,618 (1,534 1,701) 58 (51 67) 205 (193 216) 1,354 (1,273 1,433)
Delaware 348 (327 368) 12 (10 13) 49 (47 52) 287 (267 306)
District of Columbia 213 (198 227) 5 (4 6) 34 (32 36) 175 (160 189)
Florida 6,154 (5,922 6,387) 192 (174 210) 746 (716 777) 5,216 (4,990 5,443)
Georgia 2,730 (2,523 2,942) 104 (89 121) 450 (415 484) 2,177 (1,980 2,376)
Hawaii 414 (383 446) 15 (13 18) 66 (60 70) 333 (304 364)
Idaho 443 (412 474) 19 (16 22) 84 (78 91) 340 (311 370)
Illinois 5,041 (4,874 5,208) 190 (174 205) 788 (763 813) 4,064 (3,901 4,227)
Indiana 2,051 (1,891 2,214) 69 (57 81) 344 (318 370) 1,638 (1,485 1,794)
Iowa 1,193 (1,119 1,269) 44 (37 50) 214 (202 225) 936 (864 1,007)
Kansas 1,042 (975 1,111) 43 (37 50) 186 (174 198) 813 (749 877)
Kentucky 1,181 (1,081 1,282) 56 (47 65) 226 (210 243) 898 (804 996)
Louisiana 1,615 (1,506 1,727) 80 (68 92) 299 (279 320) 1,237 (1,132 1,341)
Maine 576 (544 608) 21 (18 24) 83 (78 88) 472 (441 502)
Maryland 2,062 (1,919 2,206) 79 (68 92) 302 (282 321) 1,681 (1,541 1,820)
Massachusetts 3,092 (2,931 3,251) 113 (98 129) 448 (428 468) 2,530 (2,372 2,684)
Michigan 4,039 (3,906 4,173) 153 (140 166) 667 (646 687) 3,219 (3,089 3,349)
Minnesota 2,319 (2,197 2,440) 88 (76 101) 377 (358 396) 1,853 (1,737 1,966)
Mississippi 736 (668 806) 33 (27 39) 151 (138 164) 553 (489 620)
Missouri 2,113 (1,965 2,261) 87 (74 101) 355 (333 377) 1,670 (1,529 1,813)
Montana 410 (387 434) 16 (14 19) 65 (61 68) 329 (307 351)
Nebraska 739 (697 781) 33 (29 38) 131 (124 138) 575 (535 614)
Nevada 824 (773 875) 31 (26 36) 114 (105 122) 679 (631 727)
New Hampshire 613 (580 645) 25 (21 28) 81 (77 86) 507 (476 538)
New Jersey 3,606 (3,390 3,821) 115 (100 132) 470 (441 499) 3,021 (2,813 3,225)
New Mexico 699 (655 742) 31 (26 36) 113 (104 121) 555 (514 596)
New York 7,275 (7,016 7,534) 258 (236 280) 1,100 (1,062 1,138) 5,917 (5,665 6,169)
North Carolina 2,434 (2,246 2,627) 89 (75 104) 394 (364 424) 1,951 (1,771 2,135)
North Dakota 301 (285 317) 15 (13 17) 57 (55 60) 229 (214 244)
Ohio 4,388 (4,236 4,541) 158 (145 172) 733 (709 756) 3,498 (3,350 3,645)
Oklahoma 1,037 (953 1,124) 48 (40 56) 199 (183 214) 791 (712 872)
Oregon 1,380 (1,287 1,476) 43 (36 50) 209 (196 223) 1,129 (1,038 1,219)
Pennsylvania 5,042 (4,877 5,206) 175 (161 190) 729 (706 751) 4,138 (3,977 4,299)
Rhode Island 477 (450 504) 16 (13 18) 64 (60 67) 397 (371 423)
South Carolina 1,291 (1,190 1,393) 48 (41 56) 210 (195 226) 1,032 (935 1,130)
South Dakota 318 (299 337) 14 (12 16) 60 (57 63) 244 (226 262)
Tennessee 1,661 (1,517 1,809) 61 (51 72) 283 (258 308) 1,317 (1,181 1,459)
Texas 7,159 (6,879 7,441) 329 (302 358) 1,313 (1,265 1,360) 5,517 (5,246 5,790)
Utah 491 (444 541) 25 (19 31) 108 (96 120) 359 (315 404)
Vermont 315 (300 330) 12 (10 13) 44 (42 46) 259 (245 273)
Virginia 2,667 (2,490 2,844) 70 (58 83) 401 (372 430) 2,196 (2,027 2,365)
Washington 2,392 (2,235 2,550) 81 (69 94) 345 (321 368) 1,966 (1,815 2,116)
West Virginia 560 (516 605) 24 (20 28) 100 (92 108) 436 (394 480)
Wisconsin 2,619 (2,487 2,753) 100 (87 114) 408 (386 428) 2,112 (1,983 2,237)
Wyoming 219 (207 232) 10 (8 11) 38 (36 41) 171 (159 183)
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.8 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Past Month Binge Alcohol Users, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 46,201       2,474       11,143       32,584      
Alabama 665 (586 751) 38 (31 46) 151 (133 169) 477 (405 556)
Alaska 98 (88 109) 6 (5 8) 26 (23 29) 66 (56 76)
Arizona 843 (749 944) 49 (40 59) 192 (172 211) 602 (515 697)
Arkansas 410 (366 457) 25 (21 30) 98 (88 108) 288 (248 331)
California 5,067 (4,746 5,400) 261 (234 290) 1,190 (1,119 1,263) 3,615 (3,315 3,930)
Colorado 752 (673 837) 46 (39 55) 210 (192 229) 496 (424 575)
Connecticut 605 (541 672) 39 (33 46) 140 (127 153) 426 (367 490)
Delaware 136 (122 151) 7 (6 8) 32 (29 35) 97 (84 112)
District of Columbia 93 (82 105) 3 (2 3) 21 (19 23) 69 (59 80)
Florida 2,401 (2,238 2,570) 110 (97 125) 464 (437 493) 1,826 (1,671 1,990)
Georgia 1,272 (1,125 1,430) 61 (49 74) 292 (260 325) 920 (786 1,067)
Hawaii 178 (156 202) 10 (8 12) 40 (36 45) 128 (108 151)
Idaho 208 (187 231) 14 (11 16) 59 (53 65) 135 (116 156)
Illinois 2,364 (2,231 2,501) 116 (105 129) 554 (528 579) 1,694 (1,568 1,825)
Indiana 936 (830 1,049) 42 (34 52) 222 (198 247) 671 (573 778)
Iowa 522 (470 577) 29 (25 35) 149 (137 161) 344 (297 395)
Kansas 431 (385 480) 25 (21 31) 125 (113 137) 281 (240 326)
Kentucky 601 (536 669) 37 (30 45) 162 (146 177) 402 (344 466)
Louisiana 788 (706 875) 46 (38 55) 199 (180 218) 543 (469 622)
Maine 240 (217 264) 14 (11 16) 57 (52 62) 169 (148 192)
Maryland 839 (744 940) 46 (38 55) 188 (170 206) 605 (518 701)
Massachusetts 1,333 (1,203 1,469) 69 (58 81) 317 (294 341) 947 (826 1,077)
Michigan 1,766 (1,665 1,870) 106 (95 117) 456 (435 476) 1,205 (1,108 1,306)
Minnesota 956 (865 1,051) 56 (47 67) 261 (239 283) 639 (557 728)
Mississippi 413 (363 465) 22 (18 27) 99 (88 111) 291 (247 340)
Missouri 905 (806 1,009) 58 (48 70) 231 (209 253) 616 (527 713)
Montana 176 (159 194) 11 (9 13) 47 (43 51) 118 (103 135)
Nebraska 312 (282 343) 21 (18 25) 90 (83 98) 201 (174 230)
Nevada 369 (330 411) 20 (17 25) 79 (71 87) 270 (234 309)
New Hampshire 222 (199 247) 14 (12 17) 55 (50 60) 154 (133 177)
New Jersey 1,438 (1,283 1,603) 71 (60 84) 301 (272 330) 1,066 (922 1,222)
New Mexico 329 (297 364) 23 (19 27) 82 (74 90) 225 (195 257)
New York 2,927 (2,740 3,121) 151 (135 169) 725 (688 763) 2,050 (1,873 2,236)
North Carolina 1,078 (954 1,212) 56 (45 68) 250 (222 279) 772 (659 897)
North Dakota 152 (139 166) 11 (9 12) 45 (42 48) 97 (85 110)
Ohio 2,017 (1,905 2,133) 103 (92 115) 520 (497 544) 1,394 (1,288 1,505)
Oklahoma 503 (446 563) 32 (26 38) 138 (124 152) 333 (283 389)
Oregon 510 (451 573) 27 (22 33) 133 (120 147) 350 (297 409)
Pennsylvania 2,244 (2,118 2,375) 110 (99 122) 512 (489 536) 1,622 (1,501 1,748)
Rhode Island 199 (179 220) 10 (8 12) 44 (40 48) 145 (126 165)
South Carolina 627 (558 701) 31 (25 37) 139 (125 154) 457 (393 527)
South Dakota 149 (135 164) 10 (8 11) 41 (38 45) 99 (86 112)
Tennessee 741 (645 844) 37 (30 46) 174 (152 197) 530 (445 625)
Texas 3,489 (3,276 3,709) 198 (178 220) 878 (833 924) 2,412 (2,213 2,621)
Utah 242 (208 278) 17 (12 22) 77 (66 89) 148 (120 180)
Vermont 119 (108 130) 7 (6 8) 30 (28 33) 81 (71 92)
Virginia 1,008 (891 1,134) 42 (34 52) 235 (208 262) 731 (624 848)
Washington 903 (804 1,008) 51 (42 61) 220 (197 244) 632 (542 731)
West Virginia 280 (249 312) 16 (14 20) 73 (66 81) 190 (163 221)
Wisconsin 1,242 (1,132 1,354) 63 (53 75) 293 (271 316) 885 (782 994)
Wyoming 99 (89 109) 6 (5 8) 27 (25 30) 65 (57 75)
NOTE: Binge Alcohol Use is defined as drinking five or more drinks on the same occasion on at least 1 day in the past 30 days. By "occasion" is meant at the same time or within a couple hours of each other.
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.9 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Reporting Perceptions of Great Risk of Having Five or More Drinks of an Alcoholic Beverage Once or Twice a Week, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 104,502       10,109       10,765       83,628      
Alabama 1,822 (1,701 1,943) 169 (156 182) 197 (178 215) 1,456 (1,341 1,571)
Alaska 218 (204 232) 26 (23 28) 27 (24 30) 165 (152 178)
Arizona 1,768 (1,645 1,892) 184 (169 199) 195 (175 214) 1,389 (1,273 1,507)
Arkansas 1,048 (987 1,110) 99 (91 107) 101 (91 112) 848 (789 906)
California 13,652 (13,220 14,082) 1,290 (1,239 1,342) 1,573 (1,500 1,648) 10,788 (10,367 11,207)
Colorado 1,449 (1,342 1,557) 145 (132 158) 135 (119 153) 1,169 (1,067 1,272)
Connecticut 1,162 (1,081 1,245) 108 (99 118) 104 (93 116) 950 (872 1,029)
Delaware 279 (260 298) 26 (24 28) 27 (25 30) 226 (208 244)
District of Columbia 219 (205 232) 18 (17 20) 23 (21 25) 178 (165 191)
Florida 6,334 (6,104 6,565) 554 (528 581) 590 (560 622) 5,189 (4,966 5,412)
Georgia 3,169 (2,969 3,371) 330 (307 353) 347 (316 379) 2,492 (2,300 2,684)
Hawaii 416 (383 449) 41 (37 44) 37 (33 42) 338 (306 370)
Idaho 476 (445 507) 54 (49 58) 56 (50 62) 366 (338 395)
Illinois 4,341 (4,180 4,502) 431 (411 450) 444 (419 469) 3,466 (3,311 3,622)
Indiana 2,180 (2,028 2,333) 215 (198 233) 229 (206 253) 1,735 (1,591 1,881)
Iowa 979 (908 1,052) 101 (93 110) 89 (79 100) 789 (721 859)
Kansas 900 (833 969) 96 (87 106) 92 (81 103) 712 (649 776)
Kentucky 1,545 (1,443 1,647) 141 (130 152) 143 (128 159) 1,261 (1,162 1,359)
Louisiana 1,686 (1,581 1,791) 180 (166 195) 215 (196 234) 1,291 (1,193 1,390)
Maine 455 (425 486) 38 (35 42) 38 (34 43) 379 (350 408)
Maryland 2,002 (1,870 2,135) 187 (172 202) 200 (182 219) 1,614 (1,488 1,741)
Massachusetts 1,986 (1,827 2,149) 177 (160 195) 171 (150 193) 1,638 (1,484 1,795)
Michigan 3,612 (3,484 3,741) 354 (338 370) 357 (337 377) 2,901 (2,776 3,027)
Minnesota 1,678 (1,560 1,798) 186 (170 203) 163 (145 183) 1,329 (1,218 1,441)
Mississippi 1,152 (1,083 1,221) 125 (115 134) 152 (140 164) 876 (810 941)
Missouri 1,909 (1,769 2,051) 183 (166 200) 191 (171 212) 1,534 (1,401 1,670)
Montana 305 (283 327) 31 (28 34) 28 (25 31) 246 (225 267)
Nebraska 533 (494 573) 55 (49 60) 54 (48 61) 423 (386 461)
Nevada 703 (655 751) 66 (60 72) 74 (66 82) 563 (519 608)
New Hampshire 395 (364 426) 39 (35 42) 30 (26 35) 326 (297 356)
New Jersey 3,240 (3,029 3,451) 281 (260 302) 273 (244 304) 2,686 (2,484 2,887)
New Mexico 721 (678 764) 69 (63 75) 77 (69 85) 575 (534 615)
New York 7,202 (6,957 7,448) 658 (629 687) 675 (640 712) 5,869 (5,629 6,109)
North Carolina 2,997 (2,806 3,189) 290 (268 312) 304 (275 333) 2,404 (2,222 2,586)
North Dakota 195 (180 211) 22 (20 24) 20 (17 23) 153 (139 168)
Ohio 3,971 (3,827 4,116) 403 (384 421) 393 (371 416) 3,175 (3,036 3,315)
Oklahoma 1,324 (1,241 1,408) 125 (113 136) 145 (130 160) 1,055 (976 1,134)
Oregon 1,215 (1,126 1,306) 115 (105 126) 110 (99 123) 989 (903 1,075)
Pennsylvania 4,215 (4,050 4,381) 416 (398 435) 364 (344 386) 3,434 (3,273 3,596)
Rhode Island 353 (328 378) 35 (32 38) 30 (27 34) 287 (263 311)
South Carolina 1,527 (1,426 1,630) 148 (136 160) 167 (152 182) 1,213 (1,117 1,310)
South Dakota 224 (206 242) 25 (23 28) 22 (19 25) 176 (160 193)
Tennessee 2,403 (2,242 2,564) 214 (197 231) 232 (208 256) 1,957 (1,804 2,108)
Texas 7,958 (7,665 8,250) 818 (782 855) 969 (921 1,018) 6,170 (5,888 6,451)
Utah 856 (805 907) 113 (103 123) 151 (138 164) 592 (546 638)
Vermont 204 (190 218) 19 (17 21) 18 (16 20) 167 (153 180)
Virginia 2,698 (2,524 2,874) 254 (236 273) 253 (227 280) 2,191 (2,025 2,357)
Washington 2,232 (2,083 2,382) 198 (181 215) 218 (196 242) 1,815 (1,672 1,959)
West Virginia 696 (651 742) 58 (53 63) 65 (58 72) 574 (531 617)
Wisconsin 1,728 (1,593 1,867) 182 (166 198) 174 (155 195) 1,372 (1,244 1,503)
Wyoming 174 (162 186) 17 (16 19) 18 (16 20) 138 (127 150)
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.10 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Past Month Users of Any Tobacco Product, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 65,932       3,610       12,676       49,647      
Alabama 1,121 (1,013 1,233) 61 (51 71) 201 (182 221) 859 (756 967)
Alaska 149 (136 163) 13 (11 15) 35 (32 38) 101 (90 114)
Arizona 1,090 (982 1,202) 58 (48 70) 212 (193 231) 819 (718 927)
Arkansas 716 (656 777) 41 (35 47) 132 (121 144) 542 (486 601)
California 6,275 (5,910 6,652) 279 (250 309) 1,215 (1,146 1,285) 4,782 (4,427 5,150)
Colorado 1,019 (927 1,113) 67 (57 79) 231 (213 249) 720 (636 810)
Connecticut 763 (690 840) 49 (42 58) 142 (129 154) 572 (503 646)
Delaware 186 (170 203) 11 (9 13) 37 (34 40) 139 (123 155)
District of Columbia 122 (110 135) 4 (3 5) 21 (19 23) 97 (85 109)
Florida 3,664 (3,464 3,868) 158 (142 176) 574 (545 603) 2,931 (2,739 3,130)
Georgia 2,063 (1,883 2,249) 102 (87 119) 372 (339 405) 1,589 (1,418 1,767)
Hawaii 218 (195 242) 12 (10 14) 45 (40 50) 161 (139 184)
Idaho 301 (274 328) 17 (14 20) 67 (61 73) 217 (193 243)
Illinois 3,084 (2,936 3,236) 167 (153 182) 621 (595 647) 2,296 (2,153 2,443)
Indiana 1,624 (1,490 1,762) 91 (78 104) 307 (283 332) 1,226 (1,099 1,358)
Iowa 724 (660 792) 42 (36 49) 155 (143 167) 527 (467 591)
Kansas 675 (616 735) 40 (33 47) 138 (126 150) 497 (442 554)
Kentucky 1,274 (1,177 1,372) 84 (73 95) 240 (224 256) 950 (859 1,045)
Louisiana 1,238 (1,138 1,342) 68 (57 79) 234 (215 253) 936 (841 1,034)
Maine 312 (285 341) 18 (15 21) 60 (55 65) 235 (209 262)
Maryland 1,186 (1,069 1,308) 67 (57 79) 210 (193 229) 908 (798 1,024)
Massachusetts 1,356 (1,228 1,489) 78 (66 91) 275 (251 299) 1,003 (883 1,130)
Michigan 2,519 (2,402 2,639) 147 (134 160) 508 (486 530) 1,864 (1,751 1,980)
Minnesota 1,212 (1,109 1,319) 88 (75 102) 265 (245 286) 860 (764 960)
Mississippi 763 (698 831) 42 (36 49) 140 (128 152) 581 (520 645)
Missouri 1,502 (1,376 1,632) 83 (70 97) 292 (269 315) 1,128 (1,010 1,250)
Montana 233 (213 254) 16 (13 18) 50 (46 53) 168 (149 187)
Nebraska 428 (394 463) 28 (24 32) 97 (90 104) 303 (271 336)
Nevada 510 (466 555) 25 (21 30) 86 (78 94) 398 (357 442)
New Hampshire 299 (272 327) 20 (17 23) 55 (50 60) 224 (199 251)
New Jersey 1,770 (1,601 1,946) 93 (80 107) 334 (305 362) 1,343 (1,182 1,513)
New Mexico 443 (405 482) 34 (29 39) 89 (80 97) 320 (285 357)
New York 3,780 (3,568 3,998) 198 (179 218) 746 (709 783) 2,837 (2,634 3,047)
North Carolina 2,065 (1,893 2,243) 116 (99 133) 366 (336 396) 1,584 (1,420 1,754)
North Dakota 163 (150 177) 14 (12 16) 38 (35 41) 111 (99 124)
Ohio 3,161 (3,023 3,301) 174 (159 189) 604 (580 629) 2,383 (2,248 2,520)
Oklahoma 948 (871 1,026) 55 (47 65) 174 (160 189) 718 (645 792)
Oregon 808 (731 889) 38 (31 45) 162 (149 176) 608 (536 685)
Pennsylvania 3,173 (3,024 3,325) 172 (158 186) 576 (553 600) 2,425 (2,280 2,574)
Rhode Island 245 (223 267) 13 (11 15) 44 (40 47) 188 (168 209)
South Carolina 1,010 (923 1,101) 52 (44 61) 167 (152 183) 791 (708 878)
South Dakota 203 (188 219) 15 (13 18) 45 (42 48) 143 (128 158)
Tennessee 1,545 (1,412 1,681) 88 (75 101) 279 (256 302) 1,178 (1,053 1,308)
Texas 4,524 (4,284 4,770) 267 (242 294) 930 (885 976) 3,327 (3,095 3,566)
Utah 320 (277 367) 21 (15 27) 93 (81 105) 207 (169 249)
Vermont 156 (143 169) 10 (9 12) 31 (28 33) 115 (103 128)
Virginia 1,613 (1,469 1,763) 76 (64 89) 305 (278 333) 1,232 (1,096 1,376)
Washington 1,370 (1,243 1,503) 72 (61 85) 249 (226 273) 1,049 (929 1,175)
West Virginia 576 (534 619) 30 (26 34) 105 (98 112) 441 (401 483)
Wisconsin 1,289 (1,180 1,402) 89 (76 102) 288 (266 311) 913 (811 1,020)
Wyoming 144 (133 156) 10 (9 12) 32 (30 35) 102 (92 113)
NOTE: Use of any Tobacco product indicates using at least once cigarettes, smokeless tobacco (i.e., chewing tobacco or snuff), cigars, or pipe tobacco.
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.11 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Past Month Users of Cigarettes, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 55,991       3,116       11,285       41,589      
Alabama 907 (811 1,009) 49 (41 59) 172 (154 190) 686 (595 784)
Alaska 117 (106 128) 10 (8 12) 31 (28 34) 76 (66 86)
Arizona 904 (808 1,005) 53 (43 64) 194 (175 214) 657 (568 753)
Arkansas 599 (544 656) 33 (27 38) 110 (100 120) 456 (405 510)
California 5,637 (5,268 6,020) 246 (218 277) 1,099 (1,029 1,171) 4,292 (3,938 4,662)
Colorado 827 (750 908) 56 (47 66) 208 (191 226) 562 (490 640)
Connecticut 681 (614 752) 46 (39 54) 132 (121 145) 503 (439 571)
Delaware 161 (145 177) 10 (8 11) 34 (31 37) 118 (103 133)
District of Columbia 107 (96 119) 3 (3 4) 19 (17 21) 85 (74 97)
Florida 3,126 (2,930 3,328) 136 (120 153) 505 (476 534) 2,485 (2,294 2,684)
Georgia 1,587 (1,423 1,759) 83 (69 98) 317 (286 349) 1,187 (1,032 1,353)
Hawaii 198 (175 222) 10 (8 13) 45 (41 50) 142 (120 165)
Idaho 244 (219 270) 14 (11 17) 59 (53 65) 171 (148 196)
Illinois 2,623 (2,480 2,769) 143 (130 157) 564 (537 592) 1,915 (1,777 2,058)
Indiana 1,349 (1,221 1,482) 77 (65 90) 264 (240 289) 1,008 (887 1,135)
Iowa 591 (535 650) 37 (31 44) 138 (126 150) 416 (364 472)
Kansas 538 (483 595) 31 (25 38) 117 (105 128) 390 (339 444)
Kentucky 1,069 (975 1,165) 73 (63 83) 206 (190 222) 790 (702 883)
Louisiana 1,050 (955 1,149) 58 (48 68) 210 (192 230) 782 (691 877)
Maine 278 (253 304) 15 (12 18) 56 (51 61) 207 (184 232)
Maryland 1,048 (941 1,160) 59 (49 70) 194 (176 211) 795 (694 903)
Massachusetts 1,184 (1,067 1,306) 70 (58 83) 250 (227 273) 865 (755 982)
Michigan 2,179 (2,070 2,289) 130 (119 143) 454 (433 475) 1,595 (1,492 1,701)
Minnesota 981 (886 1,079) 77 (65 90) 240 (219 260) 664 (577 758)
Mississippi 599 (538 663) 32 (26 39) 116 (104 128) 451 (394 512)
Missouri 1,252 (1,134 1,375) 69 (57 81) 257 (234 280) 927 (815 1,046)
Montana 174 (156 193) 13 (11 15) 42 (39 46) 119 (103 137)
Nebraska 334 (303 367) 24 (20 29) 84 (77 92) 226 (197 256)
Nevada 446 (404 488) 23 (19 28) 78 (70 86) 344 (306 385)
New Hampshire 263 (238 289) 18 (15 21) 52 (47 57) 193 (170 218)
New Jersey 1,560 (1,403 1,727) 83 (70 97) 301 (272 330) 1,177 (1,028 1,337)
New Mexico 373 (338 410) 32 (27 37) 80 (72 88) 261 (229 296)
New York 3,448 (3,243 3,660) 181 (162 200) 695 (658 733) 2,572 (2,374 2,779)
North Carolina 1,750 (1,591 1,915) 97 (81 114) 321 (293 350) 1,331 (1,181 1,490)
North Dakota 134 (122 146) 12 (10 14) 35 (32 38) 87 (76 99)
Ohio 2,708 (2,578 2,841) 147 (134 162) 529 (505 553) 2,032 (1,906 2,162)
Oklahoma 737 (666 810) 46 (38 55) 150 (136 165) 540 (475 609)
Oregon 653 (583 725) 33 (27 40) 141 (127 154) 479 (414 549)
Pennsylvania 2,642 (2,510 2,778) 147 (134 161) 503 (479 527) 1,992 (1,864 2,124)
Rhode Island 222 (202 243) 12 (10 14) 41 (37 44) 169 (150 189)
South Carolina 835 (753 922) 44 (37 52) 151 (136 166) 640 (563 723)
South Dakota 161 (147 176) 13 (11 15) 39 (36 43) 109 (96 123)
Tennessee 1,313 (1,191 1,440) 78 (66 91) 248 (226 271) 987 (872 1,109)
Texas 3,832 (3,603 4,067) 225 (201 251) 824 (778 871) 2,782 (2,563 3,011)
Utah 285 (244 329) 19 (14 25) 85 (73 97) 181 (146 221)
Vermont 126 (115 138) 9 (7 10) 28 (26 30) 89 (79 101)
Virginia 1,415 (1,278 1,559) 66 (55 78) 276 (249 303) 1,073 (944 1,211)
Washington 1,120 (1,001 1,247) 65 (54 77) 221 (198 245) 834 (722 955)
West Virginia 452 (413 493) 26 (22 30) 88 (80 95) 339 (302 378)
Wisconsin 1,062 (956 1,171) 76 (65 89) 257 (236 280) 728 (631 833)
Wyoming 112 (102 122) 8 (7 9) 27 (25 29) 77 (68 86)
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.12 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Reporting Perceptions of Great Risk of Smoking One or More Packs of Cigarettes Per Day, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 157,338       14,975       18,911       123,451      
Alabama 2,508 (2,406 2,607) 223 (210 235) 304 (286 321) 1,982 (1,885 2,075)
Alaska 337 (324 348) 40 (38 42) 48 (45 51) 249 (237 259)
Arizona 2,799 (2,692 2,902) 286 (270 300) 351 (333 369) 2,163 (2,061 2,259)
Arkansas 1,418 (1,359 1,477) 138 (131 146) 172 (162 183) 1,108 (1,052 1,161)
California 19,863 (19,480 20,236) 1,889 (1,842 1,936) 2,659 (2,590 2,725) 15,315 (14,943 15,673)
Colorado 2,342 (2,248 2,434) 231 (218 244) 273 (255 291) 1,838 (1,749 1,923)
Connecticut 1,896 (1,824 1,967) 168 (158 177) 188 (177 199) 1,540 (1,471 1,606)
Delaware 444 (427 460) 39 (37 41) 51 (49 54) 353 (337 368)
District of Columbia 306 (293 318) 23 (22 25) 40 (38 42) 242 (230 254)
Florida 9,140 (8,931 9,345) 825 (802 849) 944 (915 971) 7,371 (7,167 7,569)
Georgia 4,522 (4,348 4,690) 444 (421 465) 570 (539 599) 3,509 (3,344 3,665)
Hawaii 654 (624 683) 58 (55 62) 76 (72 81) 519 (491 546)
Idaho 732 (704 760) 87 (82 91) 106 (100 112) 539 (513 565)
Illinois 6,701 (6,551 6,848) 643 (624 663) 809 (782 836) 5,249 (5,103 5,390)
Indiana 3,347 (3,210 3,480) 322 (305 339) 409 (384 433) 2,616 (2,486 2,740)
Iowa 1,607 (1,544 1,669) 160 (152 168) 190 (178 202) 1,257 (1,198 1,314)
Kansas 1,464 (1,403 1,522) 145 (136 154) 182 (171 194) 1,136 (1,080 1,190)
Kentucky 2,132 (2,038 2,223) 197 (185 208) 252 (236 267) 1,683 (1,594 1,768)
Louisiana 2,295 (2,190 2,398) 248 (234 262) 325 (305 343) 1,723 (1,624 1,818)
Maine 733 (705 761) 68 (64 71) 79 (74 83) 587 (560 613)
Maryland 2,944 (2,815 3,069) 271 (255 285) 321 (304 338) 2,353 (2,228 2,471)
Massachusetts 3,717 (3,586 3,844) 325 (308 342) 404 (382 424) 2,989 (2,864 3,106)
Michigan 5,469 (5,352 5,583) 544 (529 560) 635 (615 655) 4,289 (4,176 4,399)
Minnesota 2,686 (2,579 2,791) 276 (260 292) 333 (314 352) 2,076 (1,976 2,173)
Mississippi 1,550 (1,487 1,611) 163 (154 172) 217 (206 228) 1,170 (1,110 1,226)
Missouri 3,093 (2,966 3,217) 305 (288 322) 364 (342 385) 2,424 (2,304 2,539)
Montana 537 (516 557) 56 (53 59) 63 (60 67) 417 (397 435)
Nebraska 907 (870 943) 92 (86 97) 111 (103 118) 704 (670 737)
Nevada 1,071 (1,027 1,113) 100 (94 106) 124 (117 132) 846 (805 885)
New Hampshire 703 (675 730) 68 (64 71) 75 (70 79) 560 (534 585)
New Jersey 5,043 (4,874 5,203) 414 (394 434) 511 (482 539) 4,117 (3,955 4,269)
New Mexico 1,018 (979 1,055) 109 (102 115) 129 (121 137) 780 (745 814)
New York 10,859 (10,637 11,075) 917 (890 945) 1,216 (1,181 1,250) 8,726 (8,510 8,933)
North Carolina 4,194 (4,011 4,371) 390 (368 412) 467 (437 495) 3,337 (3,163 3,503)
North Dakota 358 (344 371) 37 (35 39) 46 (43 49) 274 (261 287)
Ohio 6,135 (6,000 6,269) 592 (573 610) 713 (689 737) 4,831 (4,699 4,960)
Oklahoma 1,817 (1,735 1,896) 184 (173 196) 224 (210 239) 1,408 (1,332 1,481)
Oregon 2,002 (1,920 2,081) 192 (182 202) 232 (219 244) 1,578 (1,500 1,651)
Pennsylvania 6,845 (6,695 6,994) 616 (597 635) 711 (688 733) 5,518 (5,373 5,660)
Rhode Island 580 (558 602) 53 (50 56) 63 (59 66) 464 (443 484)
South Carolina 2,196 (2,107 2,281) 208 (196 219) 263 (248 277) 1,725 (1,640 1,807)
South Dakota 395 (378 411) 43 (40 45) 52 (49 56) 300 (284 314)
Tennessee 3,128 (2,994 3,258) 281 (263 298) 362 (339 385) 2,484 (2,357 2,606)
Texas 11,542 (11,296 11,782) 1,179 (1,143 1,214) 1,564 (1,519 1,609) 8,799 (8,562 9,028)
Utah 1,297 (1,253 1,338) 173 (165 182) 253 (242 264) 870 (831 907)
Vermont 360 (347 372) 33 (32 35) 40 (38 42) 286 (274 298)
Virginia 3,946 (3,795 4,091) 361 (343 379) 453 (426 480) 3,131 (2,988 3,268)
Washington 3,430 (3,295 3,558) 344 (327 359) 426 (403 448) 2,660 (2,532 2,780)
West Virginia 1,029 (987 1,069) 86 (81 91) 113 (106 120) 830 (791 868)
Wisconsin 2,977 (2,859 3,094) 297 (281 313) 362 (341 382) 2,318 (2,206 2,425)
Wyoming 270 (259 281) 28 (27 30) 35 (33 37) 206 (196 216)
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.13 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Reporting Past Year Alcohol Dependence or Abuse, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 12,893       1,221       4,035       7,637      
Alabama 187 (152 227) 19 (14 24) 56 (45 68) 112 (83 149)
Alaska 34 (29 40) 4 (3 5) 12 (10 14) 18 (13 23)
Arizona 233 (191 280) 25 (19 32) 68 (56 82) 140 (104 183)
Arkansas 113 (94 135) 13 (10 17) 36 (30 43) 64 (48 83)
California 1,583 (1,417 1,763) 140 (121 162) 453 (407 501) 990 (838 1,161)
Colorado 231 (193 274) 24 (18 30) 81 (68 96) 126 (94 165)
Connecticut 176 (145 212) 17 (13 22) 49 (41 58) 110 (83 143)
Delaware 38 (31 46) 3 (2 4) 11 (9 13) 24 (18 32)
District of Columbia 32 (25 40) 1 (1 2) 9 (7 10) 22 (16 29)
Florida 700 (611 797) 48 (39 58) 173 (153 194) 479 (396 573)
Georgia 310 (251 378) 25 (18 33) 99 (80 120) 187 (136 251)
Hawaii 55 (45 68) 6 (5 8) 19 (15 23) 31 (22 42)
Idaho 60 (50 72) 7 (5 9) 24 (20 28) 30 (22 39)
Illinois 637 (569 710) 48 (41 56) 197 (178 216) 392 (329 463)
Indiana 245 (200 296) 27 (21 34) 80 (66 97) 138 (101 183)
Iowa 156 (132 183) 17 (13 22) 56 (47 65) 83 (63 107)
Kansas 124 (102 149) 13 (10 17) 42 (34 50) 69 (51 91)
Kentucky 170 (141 202) 19 (14 24) 56 (46 66) 95 (71 124)
Louisiana 231 (191 275) 25 (19 32) 76 (63 90) 129 (96 169)
Maine 54 (45 65) 7 (6 9) 18 (15 22) 29 (21 38)
Maryland 247 (203 298) 23 (17 29) 77 (64 90) 148 (109 195)
Massachusetts 388 (322 462) 35 (27 44) 118 (99 138) 235 (178 304)
Michigan 480 (431 532) 49 (42 56) 156 (141 172) 275 (231 325)
Minnesota 246 (207 288) 28 (22 36) 91 (76 106) 127 (95 166)
Mississippi 130 (105 158) 13 (9 16) 38 (31 46) 79 (58 105)
Missouri 250 (206 299) 27 (21 35) 86 (72 103) 136 (101 179)
Montana 58 (49 68) 8 (6 10) 21 (18 24) 30 (22 39)
Nebraska 101 (85 119) 11 (8 14) 36 (30 41) 55 (42 71)
Nevada 95 (78 114) 10 (7 13) 29 (23 35) 57 (43 74)
New Hampshire 61 (51 73) 7 (6 9) 20 (16 23) 34 (26 45)
New Jersey 367 (296 449) 29 (23 37) 96 (78 116) 242 (178 321)
New Mexico 103 (86 123) 14 (11 18) 33 (27 39) 57 (42 75)
New York 775 (691 867) 61 (51 72) 270 (243 299) 444 (369 529)
North Carolina 264 (207 331) 24 (17 32) 81 (65 101) 158 (111 219)
North Dakota 45 (38 52) 5 (4 7) 18 (16 21) 21 (15 28)
Ohio 476 (425 531) 44 (37 52) 166 (150 183) 266 (220 318)
Oklahoma 163 (132 198) 15 (11 20) 50 (41 60) 97 (71 128)
Oregon 165 (133 200) 15 (12 20) 49 (40 58) 101 (74 133)
Pennsylvania 571 (511 636) 52 (44 60) 168 (152 185) 351 (295 414)
Rhode Island 57 (47 68) 5 (4 6) 17 (14 20) 35 (26 45)
South Carolina 150 (122 183) 14 (10 18) 46 (37 55) 91 (67 120)
South Dakota 43 (36 50) 5 (4 6) 15 (13 18) 23 (17 29)
Tennessee 241 (197 291) 25 (19 33) 74 (60 90) 142 (104 187)
Texas 955 (852 1,066) 96 (82 112) 305 (275 338) 554 (460 660)
Utah 85 (70 102) 10 (7 13) 37 (30 45) 38 (27 52)
Vermont 33 (27 39) 3 (3 4) 10 (9 12) 19 (15 25)
Virginia 274 (223 333) 22 (16 28) 96 (79 115) 157 (115 209)
Washington 312 (259 371) 37 (29 46) 91 (75 109) 184 (138 239)
West Virginia 81 (66 97) 9 (7 12) 25 (20 30) 47 (35 61)
Wisconsin 281 (237 330) 31 (25 39) 95 (80 112) 155 (118 199)
Wyoming 27 (23 31) 4 (3 5) 11 (9 13) 12 (9 16)
NOTE: Dependence and Abuse are based on definitions found in the 4th ed. of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.14 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Reporting Past Year Alcohol Dependence, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 5,323       443       1,509       3,371      
Alabama 87 (66 111) 8 (5 11) 23 (17 31) 56 (38 80)
Alaska 13 (10 16) 2 (1 3) 4 (3 5) 7 (5 11)
Arizona 100 (77 126) 11 (7 16) 25 (18 33) 64 (44 90)
Arkansas 50 (39 62) 5 (3 7) 16 (12 21) 29 (20 41)
California 696 (589 816) 50 (39 62) 180 (151 213) 466 (365 586)
Colorado 87 (68 110) 7 (5 10) 27 (20 35) 53 (36 74)
Connecticut 64 (49 82) 6 (4 8) 17 (12 22) 42 (28 60)
Delaware 15 (12 19) 1 (1 2) 4 (3 5) 10 (7 14)
District of Columbia 15 (11 19) 0 (0 1) 3 (2 4) 11 (8 16)
Florida 288 (236 347) 17 (13 23) 64 (52 77) 207 (157 267)
Georgia 150 (114 193) 9 (6 14) 38 (28 51) 103 (69 146)
Hawaii 21 (15 27) 2 (1 3) 6 (5 9) 12 (8 19)
Idaho 27 (22 33) 3 (2 4) 10 (7 13) 15 (10 20)
Illinois 256 (218 299) 16 (12 21) 81 (69 95) 159 (123 201)
Indiana 106 (82 135) 9 (6 12) 31 (23 41) 66 (45 95)
Iowa 57 (46 70) 7 (5 10) 21 (16 26) 30 (20 42)
Kansas 46 (35 60) 4 (3 6) 14 (10 19) 28 (19 41)
Kentucky 72 (55 93) 7 (5 11) 19 (14 26) 46 (30 66)
Louisiana 101 (78 129) 11 (7 16) 31 (23 40) 59 (39 86)
Maine 24 (18 30) 4 (3 5) 7 (5 9) 13 (9 19)
Maryland 92 (71 117) 9 (6 13) 27 (21 36) 56 (37 82)
Massachusetts 128 (100 162) 11 (8 16) 32 (23 42) 86 (60 118)
Michigan 190 (162 222) 17 (13 21) 55 (46 64) 119 (93 150)
Minnesota 99 (80 121) 10 (7 14) 37 (28 48) 52 (36 72)
Mississippi 64 (49 81) 5 (3 7) 16 (12 21) 43 (29 60)
Missouri 100 (78 125) 9 (6 13) 33 (25 42) 58 (39 82)
Montana 20 (16 24) 2 (1 3) 8 (6 10) 9 (6 14)
Nebraska 35 (28 43) 4 (3 6) 11 (8 14) 20 (14 27)
Nevada 36 (28 46) 3 (2 4) 11 (8 15) 22 (15 32)
New Hampshire 23 (18 29) 2 (2 3) 7 (5 10) 14 (9 19)
New Jersey 141 (106 184) 9 (6 13) 30 (21 40) 103 (70 146)
New Mexico 41 (32 52) 5 (3 7) 13 (9 16) 24 (16 33)
New York 333 (281 391) 26 (20 33) 99 (83 116) 208 (161 265)
North Carolina 140 (109 178) 11 (7 15) 39 (29 52) 90 (62 128)
North Dakota 14 (11 17) 2 (1 2) 5 (4 7) 7 (5 10)
Ohio 202 (171 237) 15 (12 20) 65 (55 77) 121 (92 156)
Oklahoma 73 (56 93) 6 (4 9) 21 (16 27) 46 (31 65)
Oregon 73 (56 93) 6 (4 9) 20 (15 25) 47 (32 67)
Pennsylvania 231 (196 269) 17 (13 21) 63 (53 74) 151 (119 189)
Rhode Island 20 (15 25) 2 (1 2) 5 (4 7) 13 (9 18)
South Carolina 73 (55 95) 5 (3 7) 18 (13 24) 50 (34 72)
South Dakota 17 (13 20) 2 (1 3) 6 (5 8) 8 (6 12)
Tennessee 110 (83 141) 8 (5 12) 28 (20 38) 74 (50 105)
Texas 365 (306 431) 34 (27 44) 112 (94 133) 218 (165 282)
Utah 39 (31 49) 5 (3 7) 14 (10 18) 21 (14 29)
Vermont 13 (10 16) 1 (1 2) 4 (3 5) 8 (5 11)
Virginia 120 (94 151) 9 (6 13) 36 (27 48) 75 (52 106)
Washington 117 (92 147) 15 (10 20) 32 (24 42) 70 (48 99)
West Virginia 36 (28 44) 4 (3 6) 10 (8 13) 21 (14 30)
Wisconsin 96 (75 120) 10 (7 15) 29 (22 38) 56 (38 80)
Wyoming 10 (8 12) 1 (1 2) 4 (3 5) 5 (3 7)
NOTE: Dependence is based on the definition found in the 4th ed. of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.15 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Reporting Past Year Any Illicit Drug Dependence or Abuse, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 5,054       1,086       1,853       2,115      
Alabama 65 (49 86) 12 (9 17) 27 (19 36) 26 (15 43)
Alaska 12 (9 15) 3 (2 4) 5 (4 7) 4 (2 7)
Arizona 101 (76 132) 24 (18 32) 31 (23 40) 46 (27 74)
Arkansas 53 (41 67) 11 (8 15) 21 (16 27) 20 (12 33)
California 779 (666 905) 154 (132 179) 254 (217 294) 371 (275 490)
Colorado 89 (69 114) 21 (16 27) 33 (25 43) 36 (21 57)
Connecticut 74 (55 97) 17 (13 22) 24 (18 31) 33 (19 54)
Delaware 16 (12 21) 3 (2 4) 6 (4 7) 8 (4 12)
District of Columbia 11 (8 14) 1 (1 2) 3 (2 4) 6 (4 9)
Florida 241 (200 288) 47 (38 57) 91 (76 107) 104 (71 147)
Georgia 128 (95 167) 24 (18 33) 48 (35 64) 55 (32 90)
Hawaii 19 (14 26) 5 (4 7) 7 (5 9) 8 (4 14)
Idaho 22 (17 28) 6 (4 8) 10 (7 13) 7 (4 11)
Illinois 232 (198 270) 41 (34 49) 93 (80 108) 97 (70 132)
Indiana 100 (77 127) 22 (16 29) 41 (31 54) 37 (22 59)
Iowa 34 (25 46) 10 (7 13) 13 (9 19) 11 (5 21)
Kansas 43 (32 56) 10 (7 14) 15 (11 20) 18 (10 29)
Kentucky 77 (59 98) 16 (12 21) 29 (22 38) 32 (19 50)
Louisiana 97 (75 124) 20 (15 26) 41 (31 52) 36 (21 59)
Maine 26 (20 33) 7 (5 9) 10 (7 12) 10 (6 16)
Maryland 103 (78 133) 23 (17 30) 36 (27 46) 44 (25 71)
Massachusetts 146 (110 190) 36 (28 47) 43 (32 56) 67 (39 107)
Michigan 173 (148 200) 46 (39 54) 65 (55 76) 62 (43 87)
Minnesota 93 (71 119) 22 (16 29) 36 (27 46) 35 (21 56)
Mississippi 52 (40 67) 11 (8 15) 21 (16 27) 21 (12 33)
Missouri 76 (57 99) 18 (12 24) 31 (23 41) 28 (15 47)
Montana 19 (15 24) 6 (5 8) 7 (5 9) 6 (3 10)
Nebraska 25 (19 32) 6 (5 9) 10 (7 13) 9 (5 14)
Nevada 46 (35 59) 9 (7 12) 15 (11 19) 22 (14 34)
New Hampshire 24 (19 31) 7 (5 9) 9 (7 12) 9 (5 14)
New Jersey 118 (87 156) 23 (17 31) 49 (36 65) 45 (24 78)
New Mexico 38 (30 49) 11 (8 15) 12 (9 16) 15 (9 24)
New York 373 (314 439) 56 (45 67) 150 (129 173) 167 (119 228)
North Carolina 126 (93 166) 24 (17 32) 46 (33 61) 56 (33 91)
North Dakota 8 (6 11) 2 (2 3) 3 (2 4) 3 (1 5)
Ohio 178 (151 208) 40 (33 47) 67 (57 79) 71 (49 98)
Oklahoma 62 (47 79) 14 (10 18) 22 (17 29) 26 (16 41)
Oregon 73 (56 93) 16 (12 21) 26 (20 34) 31 (18 49)
Pennsylvania 183 (156 212) 38 (32 46) 69 (59 80) 75 (54 102)
Rhode Island 17 (13 22) 4 (3 5) 6 (5 8) 6 (4 11)
South Carolina 54 (39 73) 13 (9 17) 20 (15 27) 22 (11 38)
South Dakota 10 (7 13) 3 (2 4) 4 (3 6) 3 (1 6)
Tennessee 110 (84 140) 25 (18 32) 39 (29 50) 46 (28 73)
Texas 324 (275 380) 89 (75 106) 125 (105 148) 110 (73 159)
Utah 39 (29 50) 10 (7 13) 16 (11 21) 13 (8 21)
Vermont 14 (11 17) 3 (2 4) 5 (4 7) 6 (3 9)
Virginia 92 (68 123) 19 (14 26) 35 (25 47) 39 (21 65)
Washington 133 (99 175) 28 (21 37) 39 (29 52) 65 (38 105)
West Virginia 30 (23 39) 7 (5 9) 10 (7 13) 13 (8 21)
Wisconsin 87 (66 112) 20 (15 27) 34 (25 45) 33 (19 53)
Wyoming 8 (6 10) 2 (1 3) 4 (3 5) 2 (1 4)
NOTE: Any Illicit Drug includes marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or any prescription-type psychotherapeutic used nonmedically.
NOTE: Dependence and Abuse are based on definitions found in the 4th ed. of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.16 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Reporting Past Year Any Illicit Drug Dependence, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 3,244       565       1,206       1,473      
Alabama 40 (26 58) 6 (4 9) 17 (12 24) 16 (7 32)
Alaska 7 (5 9) 2 (1 2) 3 (2 4) 2 (1 4)
Arizona 63 (43 89) 12 (8 16) 21 (15 28) 30 (16 53)
Arkansas 31 (22 43) 5 (3 7) 12 (9 16) 14 (7 24)
California 548 (436 678) 85 (68 104) 170 (140 203) 293 (196 420)
Colorado 57 (41 77) 11 (8 15) 24 (17 31) 23 (12 40)
Connecticut 52 (36 73) 9 (6 12) 16 (12 22) 27 (15 47)
Delaware 12 (8 16) 2 (1 2) 4 (3 5) 6 (3 10)
District of Columbia 8 (5 12) 1 (0 1) 3 (2 4) 5 (2 8)
Florida 157 (123 197) 24 (18 31) 60 (49 72) 73 (47 110)
Georgia 75 (50 109) 12 (8 17) 29 (20 41) 35 (17 63)
Hawaii 13 (8 19) 3 (2 4) 4 (3 6) 6 (3 11)
Idaho 14 (10 19) 3 (2 4) 7 (5 9) 5 (2 8)
Illinois 149 (121 181) 24 (19 29) 59 (49 70) 66 (45 95)
Indiana 66 (47 91) 11 (7 16) 29 (21 38) 27 (14 47)
Iowa 23 (15 33) 6 (4 8) 9 (6 13) 8 (3 16)
Kansas 27 (18 38) 5 (3 7) 10 (7 14) 12 (6 21)
Kentucky 50 (36 68) 8 (6 11) 19 (14 26) 23 (13 38)
Louisiana 63 (45 85) 10 (7 15) 26 (19 34) 26 (14 46)
Maine 15 (11 21) 4 (3 5) 6 (4 8) 6 (3 11)
Maryland 68 (48 95) 12 (8 16) 23 (17 30) 34 (18 59)
Massachusetts 105 (73 145) 20 (14 27) 31 (23 42) 54 (29 91)
Michigan 101 (82 124) 24 (19 30) 39 (32 48) 38 (23 59)
Minnesota 50 (36 68) 10 (7 14) 22 (16 29) 18 (9 33)
Mississippi 34 (24 46) 6 (4 8) 13 (9 18) 15 (8 26)
Missouri 48 (33 68) 10 (6 14) 20 (14 27) 19 (9 36)
Montana 10 (7 14) 3 (2 4) 4 (3 5) 4 (2 7)
Nebraska 16 (11 22) 3 (2 5) 6 (4 9) 6 (3 11)
Nevada 26 (18 37) 5 (3 7) 9 (6 12) 13 (7 22)
New Hampshire 15 (11 20) 3 (2 4) 6 (4 8) 5 (3 10)
New Jersey 71 (48 101) 11 (7 16) 31 (22 42) 29 (13 56)
New Mexico 23 (16 32) 5 (4 8) 7 (5 10) 10 (5 18)
New York 233 (190 281) 31 (24 39) 93 (77 110) 109 (75 153)
North Carolina 80 (54 114) 13 (8 18) 27 (19 38) 40 (21 70)
North Dakota 5 (3 7) 1 (1 2) 2 (1 3) 2 (1 3)
Ohio 105 (85 129) 20 (16 25) 45 (37 53) 40 (25 62)
Oklahoma 37 (26 52) 7 (5 10) 14 (10 19) 16 (8 28)
Oregon 46 (32 62) 7 (5 10) 18 (13 23) 20 (11 35)
Pennsylvania 131 (107 158) 23 (19 29) 47 (39 57) 60 (41 85)
Rhode Island 11 (7 15) 2 (1 3) 4 (3 6) 4 (2 8)
South Carolina 35 (23 51) 6 (4 10) 13 (9 18) 16 (7 30)
South Dakota 6 (5 9) 2 (1 2) 3 (2 4) 2 (1 4)
Tennessee 69 (48 96) 12 (8 17) 26 (19 35) 31 (15 55)
Texas 197 (158 243) 42 (33 52) 83 (68 101) 72 (44 112)
Utah 22 (16 31) 5 (3 7) 10 (7 14) 7 (3 13)
Vermont 10 (7 13) 2 (1 2) 4 (3 5) 4 (2 7)
Virginia 59 (40 84) 10 (7 15) 24 (16 34) 25 (12 46)
Washington 87 (59 123) 15 (11 21) 26 (19 36) 45 (24 79)
West Virginia 20 (14 28) 4 (3 5) 7 (5 9) 9 (5 16)
Wisconsin 48 (33 66) 10 (7 14) 18 (13 25) 19 (10 35)
Wyoming 5 (4 7) 1 (1 2) 2 (2 3) 2 (1 3)
NOTE: Any Illicit Drug includes marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or any prescription-type psychotherapeutic used nonmedically.
NOTE: Dependence is based on the definition found in the 4th ed. of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.17 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Reporting Past Year Dependence or Abuse for Any Illicit Drug or Alcohol, by Age Group and State: Annual Averages Based on 2000 and 2001 NHSDAs
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
12–17 18–25 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 15,642       1,832       4,949       8,861      
Alabama 223 (185 266) 27 (21 33) 67 (55 80) 129 (97 169)
Alaska 38 (33 45) 6 (4 7) 14 (12 16) 19 (14 25)
Arizona 288 (241 340) 37 (30 46) 83 (70 98) 167 (127 216)
Arkansas 141 (119 165) 19 (15 23) 46 (39 54) 75 (58 97)
California 2,007 (1,816 2,211) 228 (203 254) 585 (531 641) 1,195 (1,019 1,390)
Colorado 273 (231 319) 34 (27 42) 94 (80 110) 144 (109 186)
Connecticut 230 (193 270) 27 (21 32) 66 (56 77) 137 (106 175)
Delaware 47 (40 55) 5 (4 6) 14 (11 16) 28 (22 36)
District of Columbia 38 (32 46) 2 (2 3) 10 (9 12) 26 (20 33)
Florida 836 (744 936) 77 (66 90) 219 (198 241) 540 (454 637)
Georgia 386 (317 463) 41 (32 52) 121 (101 144) 224 (165 295)
Hawaii 65 (53 77) 9 (7 11) 21 (17 24) 35 (26 47)
Idaho 70 (59 81) 10 (8 12) 27 (23 31) 33 (25 43)
Illinois 740 (670 815) 72 (62 82) 241 (220 263) 428 (364 498)
Indiana 297 (248 352) 39 (31 48) 103 (86 122) 156 (116 204)
Iowa 168 (144 195) 22 (18 27) 64 (55 74) 82 (62 105)
Kansas 152 (127 179) 19 (15 24) 51 (43 60) 82 (61 107)
Kentucky 213 (179 249) 28 (22 34) 70 (60 82) 114 (87 148)
Louisiana 282 (238 332) 36 (29 45) 93 (79 108) 153 (116 197)
Maine 71 (60 83) 11 (9 13) 24 (20 28) 36 (28 47)
Maryland 304 (255 358) 37 (30 46) 94 (81 108) 173 (131 223)
Massachusetts 470 (396 552) 51 (41 62) 139 (120 160) 280 (215 357)
Michigan 575 (523 631) 74 (66 83) 187 (171 203) 315 (268 366)
Minnesota 292 (250 338) 40 (32 49) 103 (89 119) 149 (114 189)
Mississippi 164 (137 194) 19 (15 24) 50 (41 59) 95 (72 123)
Missouri 300 (253 351) 39 (31 48) 103 (88 120) 158 (120 204)
Montana 65 (56 75) 10 (8 12) 23 (20 26) 32 (25 42)
Nebraska 114 (98 130) 14 (12 18) 41 (35 47) 58 (45 74)
Nevada 121 (103 141) 16 (12 19) 35 (29 41) 70 (55 89)
New Hampshire 74 (63 86) 10 (8 13) 24 (20 27) 40 (30 51)
New Jersey 423 (350 507) 41 (33 51) 122 (102 145) 261 (196 339)
New Mexico 123 (104 144) 20 (16 24) 37 (31 44) 66 (51 85)
New York 1,006 (907 1,113) 93 (79 107) 355 (324 387) 559 (470 659)
North Carolina 328 (265 400) 38 (29 49) 101 (83 122) 189 (137 254)
North Dakota 49 (42 56) 6 (5 8) 21 (18 23) 22 (17 29)
Ohio 583 (528 641) 68 (60 78) 203 (186 222) 311 (262 367)
Oklahoma 193 (162 229) 23 (18 30) 58 (49 69) 112 (85 144)
Oregon 207 (174 242) 25 (20 30) 65 (56 76) 116 (89 149)
Pennsylvania 673 (609 742) 71 (62 81) 201 (184 220) 401 (342 466)
Rhode Island 66 (55 77) 7 (5 9) 20 (17 23) 39 (29 50)
South Carolina 180 (148 215) 22 (17 27) 53 (44 63) 105 (78 138)
South Dakota 46 (39 54) 6 (5 7) 17 (15 20) 23 (18 30)
Tennessee 302 (253 356) 41 (32 51) 92 (77 108) 169 (128 218)
Texas 1,112 (999 1,232) 153 (135 173) 367 (335 402) 591 (490 706)
Utah 109 (91 128) 15 (11 19) 44 (36 52) 50 (37 66)
Vermont 41 (35 48) 5 (4 6) 13 (11 15) 24 (19 30)
Virginia 314 (262 373) 32 (25 41) 109 (90 129) 173 (130 226)
Washington 400 (338 470) 51 (42 62) 111 (94 130) 238 (184 303)
West Virginia 94 (79 111) 13 (10 15) 30 (25 36) 51 (39 66)
Wisconsin 319 (271 371) 40 (33 49) 107 (91 125) 172 (133 218)
Wyoming 30 (26 35) 4 (3 5) 12 (10 14) 14 (10 18)
NOTE: Any Illicit Drug includes marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or any prescription-type psychotherapeutic used nonmedically.
NOTE: Dependence and Abuse are based on definitions found in the 4th ed. of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000 and 2001.

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Table D.18 Estimated Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons with Past Year Serious Mental Illness, by Age Group and State: 2001 NHSDA
State Total AGE GROUP (Years)
18 26 or Older
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Estimate Prediction
Interval
Total1 14,967       3,471       11,496      
Alabama 242 (194 297) 54 (42 68) 188 (142 242)
Alaska 29 (23 36) 8 (6 10) 21 (16 27)
Arizona 289 (231 355) 65 (52 79) 224 (169 290)
Arkansas 156 (127 191) 36 (28 45) 121 (93 154)
California 1,742 (1,492 2,018) 372 (318 432) 1,369 (1,130 1,641)
Colorado 215 (175 261) 54 (43 67) 161 (123 207)
Connecticut 145 (117 176) 35 (28 44) 110 (83 141)
Delaware 39 (31 47) 10 (8 12) 29 (22 37)
District of Columbia 28 (22 35) 5 (4 6) 23 (17 30)
Florida 793 (677 922) 169 (145 197) 624 (512 751)
Georgia 500 (404 611) 109 (87 133) 391 (299 501)
Hawaii 43 (33 55) 13 (10 16) 31 (22 42)
Idaho 74 (60 90) 22 (17 26) 53 (40 69)
Illinois 614 (537 698) 165 (144 188) 449 (376 531)
Indiana 301 (244 366) 72 (56 91) 228 (176 291)
Iowa 146 (117 181) 35 (28 44) 111 (83 145)
Kansas 152 (120 189) 32 (25 41) 119 (89 157)
Kentucky 266 (215 325) 61 (49 73) 206 (158 263)
Louisiana 255 (210 307) 72 (58 87) 183 (141 234)
Maine 78 (64 94) 18 (15 22) 60 (46 76)
Maryland 262 (211 322) 58 (46 71) 205 (155 264)
Massachusetts 327 (264 401) 73 (58 90) 255 (194 328)
Michigan 595 (520 676) 135 (118 153) 460 (388 541)
Minnesota 290 (234 354) 70 (56 86) 220 (167 283)
Mississippi 160 (132 193) 43 (34 53) 118 (91 149)
Missouri 299 (242 363) 76 (61 92) 223 (169 287)
Montana 53 (44 64) 13 (10 16) 41 (31 51)
Nebraska 90 (73 109) 23 (18 28) 68 (52 86)
Nevada 102 (82 125) 25 (20 32) 76 (58 99)
New Hampshire 61 (49 75) 14 (11 17) 47 (36 60)
New Jersey 389 (312 477) 85 (67 106) 304 (232 390)
New Mexico 91 (73 113) 21 (16 26) 71 (53 92)
New York 998 (860 1,150) 214 (186 245) 784 (650 935)
North Carolina 416 (338 506) 88 (68 110) 329 (254 417)
North Dakota 34 (28 42) 10 (8 12) 25 (19 32)
Ohio 635 (556 721) 149 (130 169) 486 (410 571)
Oklahoma 253 (207 304) 54 (43 67) 199 (156 248)
Oregon 191 (155 232) 45 (36 55) 146 (113 187)
Pennsylvania 629 (543 724) 134 (116 153) 495 (413 587)
Rhode Island 60 (48 74) 12 (10 15) 48 (36 61)
South Carolina 214 (174 261) 51 (41 62) 164 (125 210)
South Dakota 38 (31 46) 10 (8 13) 28 (21 36)
Tennessee 330 (267 403) 76 (60 94) 254 (194 326)
Texas 1,032 (898 1,179) 274 (237 314) 758 (631 902)
Utah 121 (101 144) 41 (33 50) 80 (62 101)
Vermont 35 (29 42) 8 (7 10) 27 (21 34)
Virginia 391 (316 477) 82 (65 101) 309 (238 394)
Washington 352 (286 428) 82 (66 101) 270 (207 344)
West Virginia 115 (92 142) 25 (20 30) 91 (69 117)
Wisconsin 271 (219 330) 70 (56 85) 201 (153 260)
Wyoming 25 (21 31) 7 (6 9) 18 (14 23)
NOTE: Serious Mental Illness (SMI) is defined as having a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder that met the DSM-IV criteria and resulted in functional impairment that substantially interfered with, or limited one or more life activities.
NOTE: Data for Serious Mental Illness (SMI) are not defined for 12 to 17 year olds; therefore, "Total" estimate reflects ages 18 or older.
NOTE: Estimates are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach, and the prediction (credible) intervals are generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques.
1 This estimate is the sum of the hierarchical Bayes estimates across all States and the District of Columbia and typically is not equal to the direct sample-weighted estimate for the Nation.
Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2001.

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