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California Population, Income, Education, Employment, and Federal Funds

California Population
  Total
Year
1980 23,667,765
1990 29,760,021
2000 33,871,648
2009 (latest estimates) 36,961,664

California Income
  Total
California Per-capita income (2008 dollars)
2007 43,402
2008 43,852
Percent change -2.7
 
California Earnings per job (2008 dollars)
2007 59,367
2008 57,204
Percent change -3.6
 
California Poverty rate (percent)
1979 11.4
1989 12.5
1999 14.2
2008 (latest model-based estimates) 13.3

California Education (Persons 25 and older)
  Total
California Percent not completing high school
1980 26.5
1990 23.8
2000 23.2
 
California Percent completing high school only
1980 31.4
1990 22.3
2000 20.1
 
California Percent completing some college
1980 22.4
1990 30.5
2000 30.0
 
California Percent completing college
1980 19.6
1990 23.4
2000 26.6

California Employment
  Total
California Total number of jobs
2007 20,920,250
2008 21,063,338
 
Percent employment change
2006-2007 1.0
2007-2008 -0.4
2008-2009 -4.6
 
California Unemployment rate (percent)
2008 7.2
2009 11.4

California Federal Funds, FY 2008
  Total
Federal funding, dollars per person
 California All Federal funds 7,921
 
Federal funding by purpose
California Agriculture and natural resources 45
California Community resources 695
California Defense and space 1,100
California Human resources 181
California Income security 4,770
California National functions 1,131
 
Federal funding by type of payments
California Grants 1,935
California Direct loans 73
California Guaranteed/insured loans 501
California Retirement/disability payments 2,063
California Other direct payments to
individuals
1,412
California Direct payments, not to
individuals
45
California Procurement contracts 1,423
California Salaries and wages 471
 


California Organic Agriculture

  2008
Number of certified operations 2,887
California Crops (acres) 430,724
California Pasture & rangeland (acres) 289,767
California Total acres 720,491


California Farm Characteristics

California 2007 Census of Agriculture
 
  2007
California Approximate total land area (acres) 99,689,515
California Total farmland (acres) 25,364,695
Percent of total land area 25.4
 
California Cropland (acres) 9,464,647
Percent of total farmland 37.3
Percent in pasture 8.5
Percent irrigated 76.9
 
Harvested Cropland (acres) 7,633,173
 
California Woodland (acres) 1,270,720
Percent of total farmland 5.0
Percent in pasture 61.6
 
California Pastureland (acres) 13,275,042
Percent of total farmland 52.3
 
California Land in house lots, ponds,
roads, wasteland, etc. (acres)
1,354,286
Percent of total farmland 5.3
 
Conservation practices
California Farmland in conservation or
wetlands reserve programs
(acres)
254,013
 
California Average farm size (acres) 313
 
Farms by size (percent)
1 to 99 acres 75.0
100 to 499 acres 15.4
500 to 999 acres 4.0
1000 to 1,999 acres 2.7
2,000 or more acres 2.8
 
Farms by sales (percent)
Less than $9,999 46.6
$10,000 to $49,999 22.3
$50,000 to $99,999 7.7
$100,000 to $499,999 12.9
More than $500,000 10.6
 
Tenure of farmers
California Full owner (farms) 63,777
Percent of total 78.7
 
California Part owner (farms) 9,843
Percent of total 12.1
 
California Tenant owner (farms) 7,413
Percent of total 9.1
 
Farm organization
California Individuals/family, sole
proprietorship (farms)
64,001
Percent of total 79.0
 
California Family-held corporations
(farms)
4,603
Percent of total 5.7
 
California Partnerships (farms) 9,552
Percent of total 11.8
 
California Non-family corporations (farms) 1,147
Percent of total 1.4
 
California Others - cooperative, estate or
trust, institutional, etc. (farms)
1,730
Percent of total 2.1
 
Characteristics of principal farm operators
Average operator age (years) 58.4
Percent with farming as their
primary occupation
50.5
Men 66,068
Women 14,965
 


California Farm Financial Indicators

California Farm income and value added data
  2008
 
California Number of farms 81,500
 
  Thousands $
 Final crop output 25,480,413
+   California Final animal output 10,416,374
+   California Services and forestry 3,194,037
=   California Final agricultural sector output 39,090,824
 
- California Intermediate consumption outlays 21,890,724
+   California Net government transactions -504,773
=   California Gross value added 16,695,327
 
- California Capital consumption 1,456,261
 
=   California Net value added 15,239,066
 
- California Factor payments 7,283,593
 California Employee compensation (total hired labor) 5,500,512
 California Net rent received by nonoperator landlords 327,070
 California Real estate and nonreal estate interest 1,456,011
 
=   California Net farm income 7,955,473
 

California Top Commodities, Exports, and Counties

California Top 5 agriculture commodities, 2009
  Value of receipts
thousand $
1. Dairy products 4,537,171
2. Greenhouse/nursery 3,792,295
3. Grapes 3,267,848
4. Almonds 2,293,500
5. Lettuce 1,725,799
 
All commodities 34,840,647
 

California Top 5 agriculture exports, estimates, FY 2009
  Value
million $
1. Tree nuts 3,240.3
2. Fruits and preparations 2,802.1
3. Other 2,138.7
4. Vegetables and preparations 1,994.1
5. Rice 523.9
 
Overall rank 12,502.3
 

CA. Top 5 counties in agricultural sales 2007
  Thousands $
1. Fresno County 3,730,546
2. Tulare County 3,335,014
3. Kern County 3,204,147
4. Merced County 2,330,408
5. Monterey County 2,178,470
 
State total 33,885,064
 

State Offices


California Drug Policy, Enforcement and Government Agencies
Governor's Office
Office of the Governor
State Capitol, First Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 445-2841

State Legislative Contact
Assembly Office of Research
California Legislature
1020 N Street, #408
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 445-1638

State Drug Program Coordinator
Governor's Policy Council
111 Capitol Mall
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 445-1943

Attorney General's Office
California Attorney General's Office
Department of Justice
1515 K Street, Suite 511
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 324-5500

Law Enforcement Planning
Anti-Drug Abuse Branch
Office of Criminal Justice Planning
1130 K Street, Suite 300
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 324-9112

Crime Prevention Offices
California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Crime Prevention Center
P.O. Box 944255
Sacramento, CA 94244-2550

Governor's Office of Criminal Justice Planning
Crime Prevention Division
1700 K Street, Fifth Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814-4037
(916) 323-7722

California Crime Prevention Officers Association
100 Presidio
San Clemente, CA 92672
(714) 361-8213

Statistical Analysis Center
Office of Management Evaluation and Training
Law Enforcement Information Center
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
(916) 227-3531

Uniform Crime Reports Contact
Uniform Crime Reports Program
Bureau of Criminal Statistics
Department of Justice
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203
(916) 739-5166

BJA Strategy Preparation Agency
Office of Criminal Justice Planning
Anti-Drug Abuse Branch
1130 K Street, Suite 300
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 324-9140

Judicial Agency
Administrative Office of the Courts
Judicial Council
State Building
350 McAllister Street, Room 3154
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 557-3203

Corrections Agency
Department of Corrections
1515 S Street, P.O. Box 942883
Sacramento, CA 94283-0001
(916) 445-7688

RADAR Network Agency
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
1700 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 327-8447

HIV-Prevention Program
Director of AIDS Programs
Los Angeles County Department of Health Services,
AIDS Programs
600 South Commonwealth Avenue, Sixth Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90005
(213) 351-8000

Drug and Alcohol Agency
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
1700 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 445-0834

State Coordinator for Drug-Free Schools
California Department of Education
Healthy Kids, Healthy California
P.O. Box 944272
Sacramento, CA 94244-2720
(916) 657-2810

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California

Alcohol abuse in California is often influenced by peer pressure is most common in people aged between 15 and 24 years. However, most of the influence of peers is due to inaccurate perceptions of the risks of alcohol abuse. Alcohol abuse in California and nationwide is associated with disabilities and death, accidents, fights, driving offenses and unprotected sex. Alcohol is responsible in the world for 1.8 million deaths and results in disability in approximately 58.3 million people. Approximately 40 percent of the 58.3 million people disabled through alcohol abuse are disabled due to alcohol related neuropsychiatric disorders. Due to increased unsafe sex associated with alcohol, there is a doubling of the risk of HIV infection in alcohol abusers. Additionally alcohol abuse increases the risk of individuals either being the victim of sexual violence or being the perpetrator of sexual violence.

Alcohol abuse and dependence frequently go hand in hand with other mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorder, and bipolar disorder. In many cases, the alcohol use is an attempt to self-medicate. When these problems co-occur, recovery depends on treating them both.

As you seek help through alcohol abuse treatment, it is also important to get care for any other medical or psychological issues you are experiencing. Your best chance of California alcohol abuse treatment recovery is through integrated treatment for both the alcohol abuse problem and the mental health problem. This means getting combined mental health and addiction treatment from the same alcohol abuse treatment provider or team.

Once enrolled in a California alcohol abuse treatment program, it is very likely you will go though alcohol withdrawal.  Alcohol detox is intended to relieve physical symptoms of withdrawal such as:

  • Shaking or tremors
  • Headaches
  • Vomiting
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Sleeplessness
  • Delirium Tremens (DT’s)
  • Hyperactivity
  • Convulsions

Some alcohol detox professionals believe the withdrawal phase is related closely to one’s alcohol addiction - the worse the withdrawal, the more likely the continued use of the substance to prevent withdrawal. Numerous factors are key to a successful alcohol detox:

  • Acknowledge that there is a problem and decide to do something about it.
  • Get rid of all the alcohol, drugs and paraphernalia.
  • Drop friends and associates that are tied to your alcohol problem.
  • Seek and accept spousal support, or support from friends, or relatives.
  • Prepare for symptoms with the support of an alcohol detox and rehab professional.
  • If tranquilizer drugs are needed for a few days or longer, they must be handled sensitively, as one addiction can easily replace another.

Recovery from alcohol abuse requires that you repair relationships damaged through years of drinking and taking drugs. There may be feelings of shame and self-hatred. You may have to give up the "addict mentality" that is suspicious, secretive, manipulative, and self-centered. Making a recovery from alcoholism often means entering into alcohol rehab once one’s detox program has been completed.

Here are a few vital points about alcohol rehab and addiction recovery:

  • Remaining in a California alcohol rehab for an adequate period of time is critical for treatment effectiveness. The appropriate duration for an individual depends on his or her problems and needs. Research indicates that for most patients, the threshold of significant improvement is reached at about three months in alcohol rehab. After this threshold is reached, additional treatment can produce further progress toward recovery. Because people often leave rehab prematurely, programs should include strategies to engage and keep patients in treatment.
  • Counseling (individual and/or group) and other behavioral therapies are critical components of effective alcohol rehab. In therapy, patients address issues of motivation, build skills to resist alcohol and drug use, replace alcohol and drug using activities with constructive and rewarding nondrug-using activities, and improve problem-solving abilities. Behavioral therapy also facilitates interpersonal relationships and the individual's ability to function in the family and community.



Year
Total vs. Alcohol Related Fatalities in California
Tot
Alc-Rel
%
0.08+
%
1982
4615
2799
61
2484
54
1983
4573
2669
58
2345
51
1984
5020
2894
58
2522
50
1985
4960
2633
53
2262
46
1986
5253
2813
54
2370
45
1987
5504
2961
54
2459
45
1988
5392
2773
51
2354
44
1989
5412
2795
52
2421
45
1990
5192
2697
52
2305
44
1991
4688
2263
48
1946
42
1992
4192
2015
48
1687
40
1993
4164
1815
44
1534
37
1994
4232
1743
41
1468
35
1995
4192
1758
42
1445
34
1996
3989
1666
42
1368
34
1997
3688
1348
37
1113
30
1998
3494
1367
39
1133
32
1999
3559
1397
39
1163
33
2000
3753
1450
39
1199
32
2001
3956
1552
39
1255
32
2002
4088
1628
40
1326
32
2003
4215
1626
39
1378
33
2004
4120
1643
40
1367
33
2005
4329
1719
40
1466
34
2006
4229
1509
36
1276
30

California DUI Penalties

First DUI conviction in California:
  • Mandatory jail sentence of at least 96 hours
  • Minimum $390 fine
  • 6 months suspended license
Second DUI conviction in California within 10 years:
  • Mandatory jail sentence of at least 90 days
  • Minimum $390 fine
  • 2 years suspended license
Third DUI conviction in California within 10 years:
  • ┬áMandatory jail sentence of at least 120 days
  • $390- $1000 fine
  • 3 years revoked license
  • Drug/alcohol treatment program

California Alcohol Statistics

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatality Data 2008

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: 1,028
Youth Under 21 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: 148
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 population  
Total All Ages: 2.8
Youth Under 21: 1.3
1998-2008 Percent Change in Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 Population  
Total All Ages: -0.8
Youth Under 21: -15.1

Hardcore Drunk Drivers

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving High BAC Drivers (.15+): 68%
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving Repeat Offenders by BAC level  
BAC .08 - .14: 31%
BAC .15+: 69%

Youth Alcohol Consumption Data 2006-2007 (12-20 Year Olds)

Consumed Alcohol in the Past Month: 26.5%
Binge Drinking in the Past Month: 17.2%

Arrest Data 2008

Driving Under the Influence  
Under 18: 1,468
Total All Ages: 214,828
Liquor Laws  
Under 18: 5,181
Total All Ages: 19,649
Drunkenness  
Under 18: 4,638
Total All Ages: 112,398

California bill would stop alcohol purchase at selfcheckout

A bill to stop the purchase of alcohol at self-checkout lanes in California was pulled from the Senate last week.

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Alcohol Abuse Problems Cost California 38 Billion Annually

A California alcohol industry watchdog has announced that alcohol abuse problems cost the state $38.4 billion a year in deaths, injuries, health care costs, lost productivity and other social impacts,

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Quick Drug Facts

At one time, it was believed that there were very few women with alcohol problems, but studies indicate that women's alcohol problems are simply less visible. They wait longer to seek treatment and often use mental health services or non-alcohol treatment programs instead of seeking specific help for drinking.
State legislatures have set a certain blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit, above which a person is legally intoxicated and should not drive a motor vehicle. Many states have adopted a new lower BAC of 0.08%, compared to the previous level of 0.1%. Research studies are available to suggest significant impairment even at 0.05%, which is the recommended level adopted the American Medical Association. People can reach the 0.08% limit by simply drinking 3-4 drinks within approximately an hour. This is quite variable, however, between genders and depending on food in the stomach, prior drinking history, and genetic make-up.
The age-adjusted death rate from alcohol-related diseases for non-Hispanic African Americans is 10% greater than for the general population.
A trokenbeerenauslese is a type of German wine made from vine-dried grapes so rare that it can take a skilled picker a day to gather enough for just one bottle.
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