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

Hawaii Population
  Total
Year
1980 964,691
1990 1,108,229
2000 1,211,537
2009 (latest estimates) 1,295,178

Hawaii Income
  Total
Hawaii Per-capita income (2008 dollars)
2007 40,924
2008 42,078
Percent change -1.0
 
Hawaii Earnings per job (2008 dollars)
2007 48,226
2008 47,249
Percent change -2.0
 
Hawaii Poverty rate (percent)
1979 9.9
1989 8.3
1999 10.7
2008 (latest model-based estimates) 9.3

Hawaii Education (Persons 25 and older)
  Total
Hawaii Percent not completing high school
1980 26.2
1990 19.9
2000 15.4
 
Hawaii Percent completing high school only
1980 35.1
1990 28.7
2000 28.5
 
Hawaii Percent completing some college
1980 18.4
1990 28.5
2000 29.9
 
Hawaii Percent completing college
1980 20.3
1990 22.9
2000 26.2

Hawaii Employment
  Total
Hawaii Total number of jobs
2007 868,145
2008 873,749
 
Hawaii Percent employment change
2006-2007 0.1
2007-2008 -0.5
2008-2009 -4.1
 
Hawaii Unemployment rate (percent)
2008 4.0
2009 6.8

Hawaii Federal Funds, FY 2008
  Total
Federal funding, dollars per person
 Hawaii All Federal funds 8,719
 
Federal funding by purpose
Hawaii Agriculture and natural resources 17
Hawaii Community resources 532
Hawaii Defense and space 2,246
Hawaii Human resources 144
Hawaii Income security 4,855
Hawaii National functions 925
 
Federal funding by type of payments
Hawaii Grants 1,306
Hawaii Direct loans 23
Guaranteed/insured loans 299
Hawaii Retirement/disability payments 2,925
Hawaii Other direct payments to
individuals
1,221
Hawaii Direct payments, not to
individuals
42
Hawaii Procurement contracts 1,908
Hawaii Salaries and wages 995
 


Hawaii Organic Agriculture

  2008
Number of certified operations 152
Hawaii Crops (acres) 7,335
Hawaii Pasture & rangeland (acres) 4,710
Hawaii Total acres 12,045


Hawaii Farm Characteristics

Hawaii 2007 Census of Agriculture
 
  2007
Approximate total land area (acres) 4,110,586
Hawaii Total farmland (acres) 1,121,329
Percent of total land area 27.3
 
Hawaii Cropland (acres) 177,626
Percent of total farmland 15.8
Percent in pasture 13.2
Percent irrigated 26.9
 
Hawaii Harvested Cropland (acres) 103,120
 
Hawaii Woodland (acres) 79,041
Percent of total farmland 7.0
Percent in pasture 28.6
 
Hawaii Pastureland (acres) 738,271
Percent of total farmland 65.8
 
Hawaii Land in house lots, ponds,
roads, wasteland, etc. (acres)
126,391
Percent of total farmland 11.3
 
Hawaii Conservation practices
Hawaii Farmland in conservation or
wetlands reserve programs
(acres)
 
 
Hawaii Average farm size (acres) 149
 
Hawaii Farms by size (percent)
1 to 99 acres 93.8
100 to 499 acres 4.1
500 to 999 acres 0.6
1000 to 1,999 acres 0.7
2,000 or more acres 0.9
 
Hawaii Farms by sales (percent)
Less than $9,999 65.7
$10,000 to $49,999 22.6
$50,000 to $99,999 4.7
$100,000 to $499,999 5.1
More than $500,000 2.0
 
Hawaii Tenure of farmers
Hawaii Full owner (farms) 5,061
Percent of total 67.3
 
Hawaii Part owner (farms) 775
Percent of total 10.3
 
Hawaii Tenant owner (farms) 1,685
Percent of total 22.4
 
Farm organization
Hawaii Individuals/family, sole
proprietorship (farms)
6,363
Percent of total 84.6
 
Hawaii Family-held corporations
(farms)
491
Percent of total 6.5
 
Partnerships (farms) 437
Percent of total 5.8
 
Hawaii Non-family corporations (farms) 126
Percent of total 1.7
 
Hawaii Others - cooperative, estate or
trust, institutional, etc. (farms)
104
Percent of total 1.4
 
Characteristics of principal farm operators
Average operator age (years) 58.6
Percent with farming as their
primary occupation
51.3
Men 5,715
Women 1,806
 


Hawaii Farm Financial Indicators

Hawaii Farm income and value added data
  2008
 
Number of farms 7,500
 
  Thousands $
 Final crop output 511,602
+   Final animal output 61,679
+   Services and forestry 80,513
=   Final agricultural sector output 653,794
 
- Intermediate consumption outlays 251,299
+   Net government transactions -5,677
=   Gross value added 396,818
 
- Capital consumption 47,845
 
=   Net value added 348,973
 
- Factor payments 204,623
 Employee compensation (total hired labor) 178,578
 Net rent received by nonoperator landlords 5,523
 Real estate and nonreal estate interest 20,522
 
=   Net farm income 144,350
 


Hawaii Top Commodities, Exports, and Counties

Hawaii Top 5 agriculture commodities, 2009
  Value of receipts
thousand $
1. Other seeds 180,000
2. Greenhouse/nursery 83,443
3. Cane for sugar 42,980
4. Macadamia nuts 29,400
5. Cattle and calves 28,945
 
All commodities 581,385
 

Hawaii Top 5 agriculture exports, estimates, FY 2009
  Value
million $
1. Fruits and preparations 38.2
2. Other 31.5
3. Tree nuts 14.7
4. Wheat and products 13.2
5. Feeds and fodders 6.0
 
Overall rank 107.5
 

Hawaii Top 5 counties in agricultural sales 2007
  Thousands $
1. Hawaii County 202,572
2. Maui County 139,326
3. Honolulu County 126,577
4. Kauai County 45,151
 
State total 513,626
 

State Offices


Hawaii Drug Policy, Enforcement and Government Agencies
Governor's Office
Office of the Governor
State Capitol
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 586-0221

State Legislative Contact
Department of the Attorney General
425 Queen Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 548-4740

State Criminal Justice Offices : Hawaii

Attorney General's Office
Department of the Attorney General
Crime Prevention Division
810 Richards Street, Suite 701
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 586-1416

Law Enforcement Planning
State Law Enforcement Planning Agency
Department of the Attorney General
Kamamalu Building, Room 412
250 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 548-3800

Statistical Analysis Center
Department of the Attorney General
Crime Prevention Division
810 Richards Street, Suite 701
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 586-1416

Uniform Crime Reports Contact
Uniform Crime Reports
Crime Prevention Division
Department of the Attorney General
810 Richards Street, Suite 701
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 548-2090

BJA Strategy Preparation Agency
Department of the Attorney General
Resource Coordination Division
425 Queen Street, Room 221
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 586-1151

Judicial Agency
Administrative Director of Courts
Hawaii State Judiciary
417 South King Street
P.O. Box 2560
Honolulu, HI 96804
(808) 548-4605

Corrections Agency
Department of Public Safety
677 Ala Moana Boulevard,Suite 1000
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 587-1288

RADAR Network Agency
Drug-Free Hawaii Prevention Resource Center
1218 Waimanu Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
(808) 524-5509

HIV-Prevention Program
State of Hawaii
Department of Health
3627 Kilauea Avenue, Suite 304
Honolulu, HI 96816
(808) 735-5303

State Coordinator for Drug-Free Schools
Assistant Superintendent
Department of Education
P.O. Box 2360
Honolulu, HI 96804
(808) 586-3446

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Hawaii

In Hawaii and across the country alcohol abuse affects the whole family. The health effects of alcohol abuse can include heart disease, liver disease, and even cancer. It is not clear why some people in Hawaii abuse alcohol or become addicted to it and others do not. Alcohol abuse often runs in families (genetic), but your drinking habits also are influenced by your environment and life situations, such as friends or stress levels. Just because you have a family history of alcohol problems does not mean you'll have a drinking problem. A child of a parent with alcohol abuse problems will not always develop alcoholism. And a person with no family history of alcohol abuse can become alcohol-dependent.

Alcohol abuse is two pronged. There are the physical causes and effects, and the emotional. It is only by addressing both through Hawaii alcohol abuse treatment that success can be achieved. The first step is calling for help, and the next step in alcohol abuse treatment is usually cleansing your body of the poisoning effects of the alcohol. It is then, and only then that the emotional causes and effects can be dealt with. One is not complete without the other. Hawaii alcohol abuse treatment works on the entire problem and helps guides you through the process towards recovery.

Alcohol detox is the first step and an essential element in preparing the alcoholic for rehabilitation, treatment and recovery. However, alcohol detox and withdrawal can be dangerous because a substance is being removed from the body upon which it has become highly dependent. Therefore, alcohol detox should only be performed under medical supervision. The withdrawal process in severe cases can create a variety of serious and even life-threatening physical symptoms such as shaking or tremors, headaches, vomiting, sweating, restlessness, loss of appetite, insomnia, Delirium Tremens (DTs), hyperactivity and convulsions.

Therefore, withdrawal will likely require inpatient alcohol detox care. Inpatient treatment also effectively separates patients from social and environmental influences that could trigger a relapse. Signs of a probable need for inpatient alcohol detox include:

  • A history of alcohol withdrawal seizures or DTs
  • A history of severe withdrawal symptoms
  • A lack of a dependable support network
  • A medical or psychiatric illness accompanying the alcoholism
  • Pregnancy
  • Recent high levels of drinking
  • Several past detoxifications

In general, more than 70 percent of patients who participate in alcohol detox complete their program, and 50 percent of the patients continued in alcohol rehab after going through alcohol detox. Entering into alcohol rehab is the best way to ensure your lasting sobriety once detoxification is complete.

The type of Hawaii alcohol rehab you receive depends on the severity of your alcoholism and the resources that are available in your community. There are promising types of counseling that teach alcoholics to identify situations and feelings that trigger the urge to drink and to find new ways to cope that do not include alcohol use. Because the support of family members is important to the recovery process, many alcohol rehab programs also offer brief marital counseling and family therapy as part of the treatment process. Hawaii alcohol rehab centers may also link individuals with vital community resources, such as legal assistance, job training, childcare, and parenting classes.

Alcohol rehab can vary from a few days to many months. Research shows that the longer a person remains in alcohol rehab, the greater the likelihood that long-term sobriety will result. As with most aspects of treatment, determining ideal length of stay involves an analysis of a number of personal factors. Our alcohol rehab professionals will take all of these issues into consideration as they work with you to create the personalized program that will put you in the best position to pursue long-term recovery. Make the difference today. Change your chaotic life for one of happiness and health.




Year
Total vs. Alcohol Related Fatalities in Hawaii
Tot
Alc-Rel
%
0.08+
%
1982
163
103
63
94
58
1983
141
95
67
88
62
1984
138
89
65
80
58
1985
126
80
63
69
55
1986
120
70
58
58
49
1987
139
86
62
77
55
1988
148
87
59
78
53
1989
149
91
61
76
51
1990
177
92
52
73
41
1991
135
77
57
69
51
1992
129
68
53
62
48
1993
134
76
57
60
45
1994
122
60
49
51
42
1995
130
65
50
47
36
1996
148
68
46
52
35
1997
131
59
45
51
39
1998
120
59
49
47
39
1999
98
44
45
34
35
2000
132
55
42
44
33
2001
140
59
42
50
36
2002
119
47
39
39
33
2003
135
72
53
54
40
2004
142
65
46
52
37
2005
140
71
51
58
42
2006
160
77
48
63
40
2007
138
66
47
45
32
2008
107
50
46
42
39

Hawaii DUI Penalties

First DUI conviction
  • 2-5 days in jail
  • 72 hours of community service
  • $150-1,000 in fines
  • Mandatory substance abuse education
  • 90 day administrative license suspension
Aggravated DUI
  • 2-5 days in jail
  • 72 hours of community service
  • $150-1,000 in fines
  • ┬áMandatory substance abuse education
  • 6 month administrative license suspension

Hawaii Alcohol Statistics

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatality Data 2008

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: 42
Youth Under 21 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: 4
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 population  
Total All Ages: 3.3
Youth Under 21: 1.2
1998-2008 Percent Change in Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 Population  
Total All Ages: -11.8
Youth Under 21: -58.3

Hardcore Drunk Drivers

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving High BAC Drivers (.15+): 70%
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving Repeat Offenders by BAC level  
BAC .08 - .14: 0%
BAC .15+: 100%

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

Consumed Alcohol in the Past Month: 23.3%
Binge Drinking in the Past Month: 16.2%

Arrest Data 2008

Driving Under the Influence  
Under 18: 70
Total All Ages: 5,812
Liquor Laws  
Under 18: 216
Total All Ages: 1,185
Drunkenness  
Under 18: 23
Total All Ages: 435

Hawaiis ignition interlock program reduces alcohol related traffic fatalities

Vehicle ignition interlock devices are moving forward with the purpose of reducing Hawaii's alcohol related traffic fatalities.

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Quick Drug Facts

The law does not take into account that you weigh more than average or that you have a higher tolerance to tequila than most. If you blow beyond legal limits, you will be placed under arrest. Instead of drunk driving, be aware of your limits.
Measurement of concentration of alcohol in blood provides a common, standard platform to measure and compare the levels of intoxication.
Approximately 11 million American youth under the age of 21 drink alcohol. Nearly half of them drink to excess, consuming five or more drinks in a row, one or more times in a two week period.
Within individual countries, dramatic changes in alcohol consumption rarely occur unless there are large natural disasters or conflicts. Apparent large changes are more likely to be due to a change in the way the information is collected or to shifts between legal and illegal alcohol production.
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