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State-based Prevalence Data of Parent Reported ADHD Medication Treatment

The data on this page are from the study: "Trends in the Parent-Report of Health Care Provider-Diagnosed and Medicated ADHD: United States, 2003—2011." [Read Summary]

Percent of Youth Aged 4-17 Years Currently Taking Medication for ADHD by State: National Survey of Children's Health

2011

U.S. Map, ADHD, Overall Medicated, 2011

2007

U.S. Map, ADHD, Overall Medicated, 2007

 

Medicated

State

2007

2011

State

2007

2011

Alabama

7.2

8.3

Montana

3.7

6.0

Alaska

2.4

3.5

Nebraska

4.3

7.0

Arkansas

7.5

9.9

Nevada

1.2

2.0

Arizona

3.5

5.6

New Hampshire

5.3

6.5

California

2.3

3.3

New Jersey

3.6

3.5

Colorado

3.8

3.6

New Mexico

2.9

4.1

Connecticut

3.6

5.1

New York

3.9

5.2

Delaware

7.3

8.0

North Carolina

9.4

9.4

District of Columbia

3.2

4.2

North Dakota

5.1

6.8

Florida

6.2

6.0

Ohio

5.7

7.7

Georgia

5.2

6.1

Oklahoma

5.8

6.9

Hawaii

2.5

3.2

Oregon

4.5

4.6

Idaho

4.2

4.2

Pennsylvania

5.6

6.2

Illinois

3.5

4.1

Rhode Island

7.1

6.3

Indiana

6.8

9.9

South Carolina

6.9

7.3

Iowa

5.9

9.2

South Dakota

4.5

5.4

Kansas

5.5

7.3

Tennessee

6.2

8.5

Kentucky

7.1

10.1

Texas

3.4

6.9

Louisiana

8.3

10.4

Utah

3.1

3.5

Maine

4.6

6.6

Vermont

4.2

6.6

Maryland

6.1

5.8

Virginia

4.8

6.6

Massachusetts

5.7

6.5

Washington

4.1

5.0

Michigan

5.1

8.3

West Virginia

7.8

7.3

Minnesota

4.6

6.5

Wisconsin

5.8

8.1

Mississippi

5.8

7.5

Wyoming

4.5

5.4

Missouri

6.7

6.4

US

4.8

6.1

 

Percent of Youth Aged 4-17 Currently with ADHD Receiving Medication Treatment by State: National Survey of Children's Health

2011

U.S. Map, ADHD, Diagnosed and Medicated, 2011

2007

U.S. Map, ADHD, Diagnosed and Medicated, 2007

 

Diagnosed & Medicated

State

2007

2011

State

2007

2011

Alabama

74.8

78.3

Montana

59.5

65.8

Alaska

40.7

58.6

Nebraska

66.9

86.2

Arkansas

69.2

68.2

Nevada

33.3

47.0

Arizona

60.3

67.9

New Hampshire

74.3

64.3

California

49.1

55.8

New Jersey

52.9

64.5

Colorado

73.0

64.1

New Mexico

67.2

65.7

Connecticut

65.5

67.3

New York

52.4

67.3

Delaware

66.8

70.1

North Carolina

74.4

81.0

District of Columbia

56.4

53.2

North Dakota

68.3

76.1

Florida

69.1

70.1

Ohio

61.1

66.8

Georgia

76.1

65.1

Oklahoma

69.2

69.2

Hawaii

56.6

53.1

Oregon

66.4

58.5

Idaho

63.1

62.0

Pennsylvania

70.3

66.6

Illinois

74.5

56.5

Rhode Island

75.8

56.7

Indiana

73.2

76.8

South Carolina

73.0

62.0

Iowa

78.2

80.1

South Dakota

67.5

73.8

Kansas

73.0

77.7

Tennessee

71.8

76.8

Kentucky

70.4

68.0

Texas

71.9

76.5

Louisiana

70.7

78.7

Utah

65.2

60.3

Maine

63.9

65.2

Vermont

53.2

70.3

Maryland

66.5

65.7

Virginia

58.6

71.9

Massachusetts

71.8

67.6

Washington

61.3

62.8

Michigan

62.5

73.9

West Virginia

70.0

73.6

Minnesota

71.1

66.9

Wisconsin

76.4

77.6

Mississippi

79.0

68.7

Wyoming

67.9

75.0

Missouri

78.3

76.6

US

66.3

69.0

 

 

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