The TEDS Report July 23, 2009: Race/Ethnicity of Female Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Aged 25 to 34

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In 2007, American Indian/Alaska Native female admissions aged 25 to 34 were more likely than other female admissions the same age to report primary alcohol abuse. Among female admissions aged 25 to 34, Black admissions were more likely to report primary marijuana abuse and primary cocaine abuse, and Asian/Pacific Islander admissions were more likely to report primary methamphetamine abuse, than other female admissions. Black and Hispanic female admissions aged 25 to 34 were more likely than other female admissions the same age to have not completed a high school education. Regardless of race/ethnicity, about a quarter or less of female admissions aged 25 to 34 were employed.



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Date Added: 8/15/09
Inventory #: TEDS09-0723

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