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The percent change in enquiries for help with drug and alcohol addictions.


  • 22% increase in Alaskans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 13% increase in Alabamians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 23% increase in Arkansans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 18% increase in Arizonans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 15% increase in Californians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 19% increase in Nutmeggers (Connecticut) seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 19% increase in Coloradans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 23% increase in Delawareans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 24% increase in Floridians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 18% increase in Georgians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 11% increase in Hawaii residents seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 53% increase in Idahoans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 8% increase in Illinoisans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 24% increase in Hoosiers (Indiana) seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 61% increase in Iowans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 24% increase in Kansans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 28% increase in Kentuckians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 15% increase in Louisianans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 52% increase in Marylanders seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 13% increase in Mainers seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 24% increase in Bay Staters (Massachusetts) seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 18% increase in Minnesotans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 11% increase in Michiganders seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 13% increase in Mississippians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 21% increase in Missourians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 26% increase in Montanans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 12% increase in North Carolinians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 8% increase in Nebraskans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 15% increase in Nevadans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 16% increase in New Hampshirites seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 24% increase in New Jerseyans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 3% increase in New Yorkers seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 24% increase in North Dakotans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 46% increase in New Mexican seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 17% increase in Ohioans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 14% increase in Oklahomans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 12% increase in Oregonians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 11% increase in Pennsylvanians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 3% increase in Rhode Islanders seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 30% increase in South Carolinians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 38% increase in South Dakotans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 13% decrease in Tennesseans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 22% increase in Texans seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 24% increase in Utahns seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 18% increase in Wisconsinites seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 50% increase in Virginians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 19% increase in Vermonters seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 17% increase in Washingtonians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 24% increase in West Virginians seeking treatment since the pandemic began.
  • 27% increase in Wyomingites seeking treatment since the pandemic began.


Based on American Addiction Centers new user website equities.
Percentage change from March-July 2019 to March-July 2020.
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