United States Drug Treatment Admissions (2007)

State Total Alcohol Pct. Cocaine Pct. Marijuana Pct. Syn. Opiates Pct. Meth. Pct.
Arizona 43,440 7,486 17% 1,827 4% 3,048 7% 522 1% 4,152 10%
Arkansas 14,514 5,624 39% 1,843 13% 2,713 19% 1,168 8% 1,849 13%
California 195,362 40,611 21% 19,393 10% 31,362 16% 5,759 3% 66,690 34%
Colorado 78,536 58,335 74% 4,595 6% 6,324 8% 1,159 1% 5,696 7%
Connecticut 44,812 15,419 34% 5,834 13% 4,260 10% 1,961 4% 31 0%
Delaware 8,461 2,235 26% 1,284 15% 1,721 20% 802 9% 21 0%
District Of Columbia
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
Florida 44,624 12,870 29% 9,736 22% 12,918 29% 3,431 8% 697 2%
Georgia
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
Hawaii 6,993 2,353 34% 245 4% 1,783 26% 162 2% 2,164 31%
Idaho 5,477 1,546 28% 80 1% 1,259 23% 157 3% 2,240 41%
Illinois 50,601 15,594 31% 9,612 0.19 9,931 20% 1,036 2% 741 1%
Indiana 29,087 14,000 48% 3,420 12% 6,916 24% 1,689 6% 1,395 5%
Iowa 25,451 13,076 51% 1,772 7% 6,418 25% 450 2% 3,234 13%
Kansas 15,564 6,368 41% 2,391 15% 4,150 27% 334 2% 1,968 13%
Kentucky 24,100 9,456 39% 3,800 16% 4,235 18% 3,072 13% 941 4%
Louisiana 24,453 6,581 27% 6,511 27% 5,394 22% 2,373 10% 701 3%
Maine 15,722 7,955 51% 1,027 7% 1,432 9% 3,385 22% 39 0%
Maryland 68,693 24,368 35% 10,050 15% 10,660 16% 4,056 6% 59 0%
Massachusetts 64,629 22,531 35% 4,894 8% 3,588 6% 4,456 7% 130 0%
Michigan 62,578 26,871 43% 10,339 17% 10,856 17% 4,527 7% 373 1%
Minnesota 49,500 26,137 53% 4,623 9% 8,231 17% 2,336 5% 4,769 10%
Missouri 47,266 15,992 34% 6,815 14% 11,213 24% 1,289 3% 4,188 9%
Montana 9,143 5,551 61% 155 2% 1,618 18% 657 7% 896 10%
Nebraska 16,528 12,388 75% 772 5% 1,138 7% 225 1% 1,520 9%
Nevada 9,872 3,676 37% 883 9% 1,507 15% 326 3% 2,766 28%
New Hampshire 5,557 2,737 49% 733 13% 677 12% 329 6% 35 1%
New Jersey 59,800 18,392 31% 6,794 11% 8,099 14% 3,230 5% 86 0%
New Mexico 10,735 5,263 49% 687 6% 599 6% 241 2% 622 6%
New York 307,531 140,828 46% 49,923 16% 44,319 14% 9,848 3% 497 0%
North Carolina 20,822 8,701 42% 5962 29% 2,215 11% 1,820 9% 226 1%
North Dakota 2,403 1,421 59% 34 1% 606 25% 67 3% 241 10%
Ohio 75,117 30,577 41% 11,539 15% 16,295 22% 3,548 5% 386 1%
Oklahoma 16,860 6,111 36% 1,712 10% 3,196 19% 1,093 6% 2,671 16%
Oregon 48,868 27,267 56% 1,107 2% 7,023 14% 1,477 3% 8,113 17%
Pennsylvania 69,435 27,809 40% 11,815 17% 10,309 15% 4,931 7% 220 0%
Rhode Island 11,390 4,556 40% 1,574 14% 1,692 15% 1,087 10% 4 0%
South Carolina 29,924 13,868 46% 4,248 14% 5,754 19% 1,221 4% 543 2%
South Dakota 15,739 12,286 78% 175 1% 1,912 12% 163 1% 808 5%
Tennessee 10,278 3,792 37% 2,235 22% 1,414 14% 1,740 17%    
Texas 45,418 10,843 24% 10,891 24% 10,614 23% 2,878 6% 4,707 10%
Utah 14,129 4,852 34% 1,187 8% 1,943 14% 763 5% 3,475 25%
Vermont 8,083 4,168 52% 669 8% 1,145 14% 1,445 18% 18 0%
Virginia 31,781 11,584 36% 5,179 16% 5,762 18% 1,515 5% 320 1%
Washington 38,082 15,834 42% 2,926 8% 7,707 20% 1,378 4% 6,100 16%
Wisconsin 29,834 20,962 70% 3,111 10% 2,747 9% 1206 4% 315 1%
Wyoming 4,496 2,802 62% 77 2% 783 17% 109 2% 505 11%

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Notes:

Coverage: This data only reflects admissions to treatment facilities that receive federal funding. While providing data on overall trends in drug treatment admissons, because it does not include private facilities that do not receive fedeal funding this data does not provide comprehensive totals on all admissions for drug treatment in the United States.

Syn. Opiates: Synthetic Opiates, manufactured as prescripton painkillers, including, for example, such drugs as Oxycontin, Vicodin, and Dilaudid. Also known as Synthetic Narcotics in Uniform Crime Reporting Program data on arrests for drug offenses.

Meth.: Methamphetamine.

Drugs not listed: These include: Heroin, Non-Prescription Methadone, PCP, Hallucinogens, Other Amphetamines, Other Stimulants, Benzodiazepines, Other Tranquilizers, Barbiturates, Other Sedatives Or Hypnotics, Inhalants, and Over-the-Counter Medications.

Source: Treatment Episodes Data Set

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