Table 151State substance abuse agency expenditures on substance abuse prevention and treatment activities, by state: expenditures, United States, FY 2004–FY 2012

[Data are based on reports from state substance abuse agencies]

StateFY 2004 (millions of dollars)FY 2005 (millions of dollars)FY 2006 (millions of dollars)FY 2007 (millions of dollars)FY 2008 (millions of dollars)FY 2009 (millions of dollars)FY 2010 (millions of dollars)FY 2011 (millions of dollars)FY 2012 (millions of dollars)
United States$3,618.0$3,655.8$3,770.6$3,832.5$4,157.3$4,288.2$4,377.1$4,133.3$4,267.6
 Alabama26.127.828.828.630.029.631.933.636.1
 Alaska13.015.126.429.824.825.535.841.037.3
 Arizona74.580.9112.1108.1112.7125.6131.6135.7153.8
 Arkansas17.317.717.918.617.317.717.816.920.5
 California538.6555.7549.8547.2597.3587.6611.6513.1505.0
 Colorado34.533.533.534.535.141.649.047.346.5
 Connecticut74.975.394.3129.3159.9164.0165.1196.0194.6
 Delaware20.716.716.417.619.519.318.718.419.0
 District of Columbia32.532.724.928.831.831.238.432.929.0
 Florida176.2177.6180.4194.0183.3183.5182.2153.8296.4
 Georgia95.092.289.081.582.988.291.7101.2102.1
 Hawaii13.414.218.817.218.621.724.924.722.2
 Idaho9.89.711.615.724.118.523.322.819.7
 Illinois239.3240.0244.2247.7245.0235.2233.4205.9191.1
 Indiana40.139.537.837.336.035.334.434.739.5
 Iowa44.242.941.630.229.234.834.628.827.8
 Kansas29.731.235.231.734.140.041.541.636.3
 Kentucky31.430.233.431.231.231.032.635.528.5
 Louisiana56.657.758.662.579.184.095.892.264.9
 Maine25.923.424.129.030.031.441.539.431.1
 Maryland111.9111.0115.1112.5114.0115.8121.1115.5111.4
 Massachusetts81.983.484.989.8218.4220.4209.8114.1110.8
 Michigan95.399.194.994.697.797.899.8104.9135.3
 Minnesota106.3107.1112.2122.2130.7146.9123.8144.6162.0
 Mississippi17.016.616.216.716.316.116.115.715.3
 Missouri77.377.879.786.886.889.092.299.7101.2
 Montana$12.3$12.6$12.2$12.3$10.8$16.1$15.9$15.4$14.2
 Nebraska13.520.918.920.624.632.428.629.835.2
 Nevada13.814.714.513.916.617.718.018.218.1
 New Hampshire10.410.510.812.312.612.114.916.710.8
 New Jersey109.2104.7130.3117.9122.2126.4128.6137.0123.9
 New Mexico25.425.630.430.832.150.428.834.531.9
 New York412.6412.9405.7383.0382.8431.0461.2415.6420.6
 North Carolina88.987.173.598.2106.5113.6125.6132.8147.4
 North Dakota11.217.216.015.617.016.518.719.718.7
 Ohio151.3150.2155.6150.3150.1157.2155.7172.5175.8
 Oklahoma36.841.144.348.660.163.762.050.556.6
 Oregon52.746.648.138.039.937.842.442.342.8
 Pennsylvania86.884.683.380.878.979.075.773.771.0
 Rhode Island21.721.121.121.320.821.322.719.018.4
 South Carolina33.031.030.332.031.829.027.923.823.5
 South Dakota8.88.88.99.112.212.013.914.714.8
 Tennessee34.133.632.940.241.237.236.242.039.7
 Texas99.9121.6127.5125.1123.8127.5122.0113.8114.3
 Utah26.226.225.925.228.826.431.130.833.5
 Vermont15.718.223.523.019.126.825.527.824.8
 Virginia82.580.479.678.480.483.283.680.979.0
 Washington119.7117.9129.5148.2184.7170.9170.0140.1143.8
 West Virginia16.716.217.316.116.415.817.417.616.7
 Wisconsin26.225.825.824.423.324.023.023.224.0
 Wyoming24.817.722.723.834.928.529.430.430.7

NOTES: Expenditures include expenditures of funds flowing only through the principal agency of the state that administered the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant (SAPTBG). Amounts are rounded to the nearest $100,000 or first decimal in millions of dollars.

Substance abuse prevention and treatment expenditures include funds expended for alcohol and drug prevention (other than primary prevention) and treatment activities. This also includes early intervention activities; substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation activities; and direct services to patients, such as outreach, detoxification, methadone detoxification and maintenance, outpatient counseling, residential rehabilitation, including therapeutic community stays, hospital-based care, vocational counseling, case management, central intake, and program administration. Funds for primary prevention and administration costs are excluded.

Estimates were adjusted to 2012 dollars using the GDP Price Index. The index is compiled by the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis.

As an example of how to interpret the estimates in the table, in FY 2004, state substance abuse agencies spent approximately $3.6 billion on substance abuse prevention and treatment activities.

SOURCE: Substance Abuse Block Grant Behavioral Health Reports. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; 2005–2013. .

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