United States Drug Treatment Admissions (2006)

State Total Alcohol Pct. Cocaine Pct. Marijuana Pct. Syn. Opiates Pct. Meth. Pct.
Alabama
20,840 6,380 31% 4,702 23% 5,927 28% 1,520 7% 1,565 8%
Alaska
n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Arizona
23,582 5,230 22% 1,404 6% 1,829 8% 252 1% 3,577 15%
Arkansas
13,692 4,667 34% 2,182 16% 2,609 19% 767 6% 1,993 15%
California
191,023 37,921 20% 19,562 10% 28,371 15% 4,545 2% 68,888 36%
Colorado
76,815 56,943 74% 4,704 6% 5,849 8% 979 1% 5,817 8%
Connecticut
46,491 14,811 32% 6,183 13% 3,879 8% 1,645 4% 40 0%
Delaware
8,178 1,971 24% 1,362 17% 1,799 22% 567 7% 35 0%
District of Columbia
n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Florida
42,069 11,825 28% 9,752 23% 11,603 28% 3,161 8% 797 2%
Georgia
n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Hawaii
6,512 2,019 31% 302 5% 1,618 25% 125 2% 2,170 33%
Idaho
5,916 2,117 36% 68 1% 1,367 23% 159 3% 2,069 35%
Illinois
67,392 22,044 33% 13,730 20% 16,137 24% 1,010 2% 1,714 3%
Indiana
34,693 16,107 46% 4,361 13% 8,372 24% 1,765 5% 1,926 6%
Iowa
28,495 13,657 48% 2,196 8% 7,130 25% 484 2% 4,474 16%
Kansas
15,327 6,018 39% 2,722 18% 4,069 27% 297 2% 1,844 12%
Kentucky
23,058 7,894 34% 2,577 11% 3,781 16% 1,695 7% 654 3%
Louisiana
22,275 6,309 28% 6,194 28% 4,739 21% 1,793 8% 680 3%
Maine
14,330 7,483 52% 906 6% 1,335 9% 2,635 18% 55 0%
Maryland
65,557 24,083 37% 9,747 15% 9,920 15% 3,248 5% 71 0%
Massachusetts
62,210 21,971 35% 4,547 7% 3,724 6% 4,284 7% 130 0%
Michigan
65,101 28,075 43% 11,370 17% 10,987 17% 4,096 6% 525 1%
Minnesota
46,220 23,520 51% 4,761 10% 8,003 17% 1,656 4% 5,077 11%
Mississippi
7,368 2,443 33% 1,780 24% 1,260 17% 506 7% 417 6%
Missouri
45,383 15,208 34% 8,274 18% 12,575 28% 1,221 3% 5,131 11%
Montana
7,782 4,438 57% 143 2% 1,450 19% 476 6% 1,088 14%
Nebraska
14,968 11,034 74% 665 4% 1,023 7% 200 1% 1,662 11%
Nevada
10,054 3,593 36% 868 9% 1,409 14% 263 3% 3,178 32%
New Hampshire
5,729 3,006 52% 819 14% 806 14% 229 4% 59 1%
New Jersey
55,715 16,853 30% 6,412 12% 7,511 13% 2,514 5% 75 0%
New Mexico
10,397 5,138 49% 651 6% 635 6% 208 2% 531 5%
New York
307,564 138,530 45% 53,330 17% 43,364 14% 6,222 2% 466 0%
North Carolina
16,450 6,817 41% 4,696 29% 1,481 9% 1,475 9% 230 1%
North Dakota
2,609 1,454 56% 49 2% 634 24% 84 3% 374 14%
Ohio
66,040 25,953 39% 11,275 17% 14,048 21% 2,637 4% 460 1%
Oklahoma
16,326 5,704 35% 1,845 11% 2,902 18% 826 5% 3,195 20%
Oregon
47,274 25,599 54% 1,121 2% 6,969 15% 1,063 2% 8,876 19%
Pennsylvania
69,803 27,046 39% 12,386 18% 10,213 15% 4,089 6% 268 0%
Rhode Island
12,033 4,664 39% 1,593 13% 1,635 14% 1,079 9% 11 0%
South Carolina
29,150 13,359 46% 4,514 15% 5,292 18% 1,085 4% 604 2%
South Dakota
15,682 11,960 76% 185 1% 1,912 12% 154 1% 1,053 7%
Tennessee
11,206 4,799 43% 2,650 24% 1,302 12% 1,525 14%    
Texas
43,858 10,014 23% 10,635 24% 10,383 24% 2,450 6% 5,348 12%
Utah
15,512 4,971 32% 1,086 7% 2,235 14% 786 5% 4,479 29%
Vermont
n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Virginia
35,197 11,509 33% 5,827 17% 6,197 18% 1,457 4% 316 1%
Washington
37,317 15,148 41% 2,931 8% 7,427 20% 1,138 3% 6,278 17%
West Virginia
7,642 4,041 53% 754 10% 944 12% 1,225 16% 156 2%
Wisconsin
23,050 16,563 72% 2,147 9% 2,330 10% 727 3% 323 1%
Wyoming
5,354 3,078 57% 107 2% 916 17% 82 2% 736 14%

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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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