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

Montana Population
  Total
Year
1980 786,690
1990 799,065
2000 902,195
2009 (latest estimates) 974,989

Montana Income
  Total
Montana Per-capita income (2008 dollars)
2007 33,927
2008 34,622
Percent change -1.7
 
Montana Earnings per job (2008 dollars)
2007 36,741
2008 35,778
Percent change -2.6
 
Montana Poverty rate (percent)
1979 12.3
1989 16.1
1999 14.6
2008 (latest model-based estimates) 14.1

Montana Education (Persons 25 and older)
  Total
Montana Percent not completing high school
1980 25.6
1990 19.0
2000 12.8
 
Montana Percent completing high school only
1980 38.0
1990 33.5
2000 31.3
 
Montana Percent completing some college
1980 19.0
1990 27.7
2000 31.5
 
Montana Percent completing college
1980 17.5
1990 19.8
2000 24.4

Montana Employment
  Total
Montana Total number of jobs
2007 640,624
2008 651,425
 
Montana Percent employment change
2006-2007 1.9
2007-2008 0.2
2008-2009 -3.9
 
Montana Unemployment rate (percent)
2008 4.6
2009 6.2

Montana Federal Funds, FY 2008
  Total
Montana Federal funding, dollars per person
Montana All Federal funds 8,907
 
Montana Federal funding by purpose
Montana Agriculture and natural resources 626
Montana Community resources 1,438
Montana Defense and space 304
Montana Human resources 215
Montana Income security 4,977
Montana National functions 1,347
 
Montana Federal funding by type of payments
Montana Grants 1,651
Montana Direct loans 70
Montana Guaranteed/insured loans 941
Montana Retirement/disability payments 3,057
Montana Other direct payments to
individuals
1,264
Montana Direct payments, not to
individuals
517
Montana Procurement contracts 591
Montana Salaries and wages 817
 


Montana Organic Agriculture

  2008
Number of certified operations 144
Montana Crops (acres) 132,029
Montana Pasture & rangeland (acres) 83,219
Montana Total acres 215,248


Montana Farm Characteristics

Montana 2007 Census of Agriculture
 
  2007
Montana Approximate total land area (acres) 93,134,579
Montana Total farmland (acres) 61,388,462
Percent of total land area 65.9
 
Montana Cropland (acres) 18,241,710
Percent of total farmland 29.7
Percent in pasture 9.2
Percent irrigated 8.5
 
Montana Harvested Cropland (acres) 9,163,867
 
Montana Woodland (acres) 2,284,011
Percent of total farmland 3.7
Percent in pasture 77.9
 
Montana Pastureland (acres) 40,003,265
Percent of total farmland 65.2
 
Montana Land in house lots, ponds,
roads, wasteland, etc. (acres)
859,476
Percent of total farmland 1.4
 
Montana Conservation practices
Montana Farmland in conservation or
wetlands reserve programs
(acres)
3,561,031
 
Montana Average farm size (acres) 2,079
 
Montana Farms by size (percent)
1 to 99 acres 32.2
100 to 499 acres 24.8
500 to 999 acres 9.9
1000 to 1,999 acres 9.9
2,000 or more acres 23.2
 
Montana Farms by sales (percent)
Less than $9,999 53.2
$10,000 to $49,999 16.9
$50,000 to $99,999 8.3
$100,000 to $499,999 17.8
More than $500,000 3.8
 
Montana Tenure of farmers
Montana Full owner (farms) 18,812
Percent of total 63.7
 
Montana Part owner (farms) 8,480
Percent of total 28.7
 
Montana Tenant owner (farms) 2,232
Percent of total 7.6
 
Montana Farm organization
Montana Individuals/family, sole
proprietorship (farms)
22,625
Percent of total 76.6
 
Montana Family-held corporations
(farms)
3,353
Percent of total 11.4
 
Montana Partnerships (farms) 2,839
Percent of total 9.6
 
Montana Non-family corporations (farms) 156
Percent of total 0.5
 
Montana Others - cooperative, estate or
trust, institutional, etc. (farms)
551
Percent of total 1.9
 
Montana Characteristics of principal farm operators
Average operator age (years) 57.8
Percent with farming as their
primary occupation
50.7
Men 24,938
Women 4,586
 


Montana Farm Financial Indicators

Montana Farm income and value added data
  2008
 
Montana Number of farms 29,500
 
  Thousands $
 Final crop output 1,732,236
+   Final animal output 1,184,720
+   Services and forestry 788,118
=   Final agricultural sector output 3,705,074
 
- Intermediate consumption outlays 1,962,131
+   Net government transactions 85,713
=   Gross value added 1,828,657
 
- Capital consumption 496,672
 
=   Net value added 1,331,985
 
- Factor payments 642,884
 Employee compensation (total hired labor) 191,211
 Net rent received by nonoperator landlords 240,506
 Real estate and nonreal estate interest 211,167
 
=   Net farm income 689,101
 

Montana Top Commodities, Exports, and Counties

MT. Top 5 agriculture commodities, 2009
  Value of receipts
thousand $
1. Wheat 949,885
2. Cattle and calves 896,144
3. Barley 189,830
4. Hay 116,423
5. Sugar beets 50,851
 
All commodities 2,565,052
 

MT. Top 5 agriculture exports, estimates, FY 2009
  Value
million $
1. Wheat and products 557.2
2. Feeds and fodders 189.1
3. Vegetables and preparations 71.5
4. Feed grains and products 64.1
5. Seeds 22.3
 
Overall rank 934.8
 
MT. Top 5 counties in agricultural sales 2007
  Thousands $
1. Yellowstone County 164,647
2. Chouteau County 147,243
3. Richland County 106,957
4. Fergus County 101,167
5. Teton County 97,705
 
State total 2,803,062
 

State Offices


Montana Drug Policy, Enforcement and Government Agencies
Governor's Office
Office of the Governor
State Capitol, Room 204
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-3111

State Legislative Contact
Legislative Council
State Capitol, Room 138
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-3064

State Drug Program Coordinator
Administrator of Crime Control
Scott Hart Building, Room 463
303 North Roberts Street
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-3604

Attorney General's Office
Department of Justice
Justice Building, Room 317
215 North Sanders Street
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-2026

Law Enforcement Planning
Crime Control Division
Scott Hart Building, Room 462
303 North Roberts Street
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-3604

Crime Prevention Office
Montana Crime Prevention Association
414 East Callender
Livingston, MT 59047
(406) 222-6120

Statistical Analysis Center
Board of Crime Control
Montana Department of Justice
303 North Roberts Street,Fourth Floor
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-4298

Uniform Crime Reports Contact
Uniform Crime Reports
Montana Board of Crime Control
303 North Roberts Street
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-3604

BJA Strategy Preparation Agency
Montana Board of Crime Control
Scott Hart Building
303 North Roberts Street
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-3604

Judicial Agency
Judiciary Division
Supreme Court
Justice Building, Room 315
215 North Sanders Street
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-2621

Corrections Agency
Department of Corrections and Human Services
1539 11th Avenue
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-5671

RADAR Network Agency
Department of Corrections and Human Services
Chemical Dependency Bureau
1539 11th Avenue
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-2878

HIV-Prevention Program
Montana Department of Health and Environmental
Sciences
Cogswell Building
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-3565

Drug and Alcohol Agency
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division
Department of Corrections and Human Services
1539 11th Avenue
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-2827

State Coordinator for Drug-Free Schools
State Department of Education
Office of Public Instruction
Capitol Building
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-4434

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Montana

Alcohol abuse in Montana hurts more than just the person who is drinking. Those who suffer with alcohol abuse problems in Montana are hurting their family and loved ones in addition to their jobs or carriers. What is alcohol abuse and how is it different than alcoholism? Alcohol abuse can be just as harmful as alcoholism. A person can abuse alcohol without actually being an alcoholic--that is, he or she may drink too much and too often but still not be dependent on alcohol. Some of the problems linked to alcohol abuse include not being able to meet work, school, or family responsibilities; drunk-driving arrests and car crashes; and drinking-related medical conditions. Under some circumstances, even social or moderate drinking is dangerous--for example, when driving, during pregnancy, or when taking certain medications. Â Working under the influence of alcohol can cause dangers at both workplace and home by mounting the risk of accidents, impairing health and well being of the user, and diminishing efficiency.

In Montana and across the United States, alcohol abuse and alcoholism cuts across gender, race, and nationality. Nearly 14 million people in the United States--1 in every 13 adults--suffer with alcohol abuse problems or are alcoholic. In general, though, more men than women are alcohol dependent or have alcohol abuse problems. And alcohol problems are highest among young adults ages 18-29 and lowest among adults ages 65 and older. We also know that people who start drinking at an early age--for example, at age 14 or younger--greatly increase the chance that they will develop alcohol abuse problems at some point in their lives.

There is a solution to alcohol abuse in Montana, alcohol abuse treatment. Attending an alcohol abuse treatment program in Montana will help you or your loved one learn how to live life alcohol free. Montana alcohol abuse treatment is important for every recovering person. This is because even if an alcoholic has long-term sobriety, he or she remains susceptible to relapse without the tools and resources provided while in alcohol abuse treatment. To guard against a relapse and implement a complete recovery from alcohol abuse, an alcoholic must avoid drinking alcohol and enter into treatment. Montana alcohol abuse treatment provides a chance to build a healthier lifestyle. Alcohol abuse treatment generally depends on the severity of alcoholism and alcohol abuse. It may include the following:

  • Alcohol Detox and withdrawal-a process of safely removing alcohol from the body lasting from a period of days to weeks.
  • Assessment and alcohol abuse treatment for medical problems related to physical damage from long term drinking.
  • Alcohol rehab - alcohol rehab teaches tools and techniques on how to live alcohol free.
  • Individual/Group Counseling-There are effective methods of counseling that help the alcoholic to identify feelings that trigger the urge to drink and alternatives to manage those feelings.

Alcohol detox is the process of safely getting alcohol out of your system. Abruptly stopping alcohol consumption after a long period of abuse can be physically dangerous and should not be attempted without medical supervision. The consequences of alcohol abuse and addiction are chronic and potentially long-term. Montana alcohol detox centers in hospitals and residential treatment facilities often include medical and spiritual support structures.

There are some effective Montana alcohol detox programs that assemble the best available practices for self-care, self-transformation, and self-discovery from the broad realms of yogic and allied disciplines in order to help the user. Such programs are carried out to assist individual in recovering and connecting with spiritual nourishment. Yoga and healthy exercise serves the body during its alcohol detox process and furthermore helps to establish and maintain mental and emotional equilibrium.

When alcohol detox is complete the educational part of the Montana alcohol rehab begins. Alcohol rehab programs help people who are addicted or abusing alcohol to learn about addiction and how and what they need to get and stay clean. Most alcohol abusers have gone beyond the point of being able to control or simply stop. They have to walk through the process of recovering.

Usually the first step is to see and admit you have a problem. Then it is a question of taking a good hard look at the way you are living your life and seeing the negative impact the alcohol use is having on you and those around you. Montana alcohol rehab programs try to motivate the client to want to stop and become willing to make it the number one priority in their life.




Year
Total vs. Alcohol Related Fatalities in Montana
Tot
Alc-Rel
%
0.08+
%
1982
254
171
67
147
58
1983
286
184
64
168
59
1984
238
145
61
120
50
1985
223
154
69
135
60
1986
222
122
55
105
47
1987
234
143
61
130
56
1988
198
117
59
103
52
1989
181
94
52
81
45
1990
212
119
56
107
50
1991
200
112
56
104
52
1992
192
104
54
95
50
1993
195
115
59
99
51
1994
202
104
52
94
46
1995
215
95
44
84
39
1996
200
78
39
73
37
1997
265
124
47
112
42
1998
237
105
44
89
37
1999
220
109
49
98
45
2000
237
117
49
107
45
2001
230
104
45
96
42
2002
269
126
47
107
40
2003
262
128
49
108
41
2004
229
106
46
100
43
2005
251
124
49
112
45
2006
255
114
45
103
40
2007
277
124
45
106
38
2008
229
103
45
91
40

Montana DUI Penalties

First DUI Conviction
  • 24 hours-6 months in jail
  • $300-1,000 fine
  • 6-month driver's license suspension
Second DUI Conviction (within 5 years)
  • 7 days-6 months in jail
  • $600-1,000 fine
  • Possible seizure and forfeiture of your vehicle
  • 1-year ignition interlock installation
  • 1-year driver's license suspension
Third DUI Conviction (within 5 years)
  • 30 days-1 year in jail
  • 1-year driver's license suspension
  • $1,000-5,000 fine
  • Possible seizure and forfeiture of your vehicle
  • 1-year ignition interlock installation
Penalties for Refusal
  • First refusal: Six-month driver's license suspension
  • Second refusal (within 5 years): One-year driver's license suspension

Montana Alcohol Statistics

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatality Data 2008

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: 91
Youth Under 21 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: 10
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 population  
Total All Ages: 9.4
Youth Under 21: 3.9
1998-2008 Percent Change in Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 Population  
Total All Ages: -2.7
Youth Under 21: -5.9

Hardcore Drunk Drivers

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving High BAC Drivers (.15+): 71%
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving Repeat Offenders by BAC level  
BAC .08 - .14: 33%
BAC .15+: 67%

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

Consumed Alcohol in the Past Month: 31.6%
Binge Drinking in the Past Month: 24.0%

Arrest Data 2008

Driving Under the Influence  
Under 18: 63
Total All Ages: 4,240
Liquor Laws  
Under 18: 1,394
Total All Ages: 5,471
Drunkenness  
Under 18: 0
Total All Ages: 0

Grassroots coalition targets Montanas alcohol problem

MONTANA - The newly formed Montana Common Sense Coalition wants to attack the Montana’s troubles with alcohol at their source, and help craft evidence-based policies that save lives and money.

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Alcoholrelated crashes cost Montana 642 million new report finds

MONTANA - Alcohol-related car crashes that injure Montana residents boost the overall cost of alcohol abuse to Montana's economy to $642 million, according to a new report by a University of Montana e

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Quick Drug Facts

Drinking and driving leads to more deaths and other accidents than most people are truly aware of.
While 97% of all youth saw an average of 113 alcohol ads in magazines, 99% of African-American youth saw an average of 150 alcohol ads in national magazines in 2004.
†An alcoholic, even though he/she is in recovery, may be vulnerable to relapse if they take a drink.
About one-half of all fatal traffic crashes among those aged 18 to 24 involve alcohol.
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