Table 8.1
Discharges aged 12 and older from outpatient medication-assisted opioid therapy,
by State or jurisdiction, according to reason for discharge: 2009
Number and percent distribution
[Based on linked admission and discharge data reported to TEDS by the 38 States and jurisdictions that offered medication-assisted opioid
therapy substance abuse treatment and reported these data to TEDS. Comparisons among States should be made with caution.]
State or
jurisdiction
Reason for discharge (number) Reason for discharge (percent distribution)
All outpatient
medication-assisted
opioid therapy
treatment discharges
Com-
pleted
Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other Total Com-
pleted
Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other
Total   62,564   8,486  10,442  26,285   7,723   9,628 100.0  13.6  16.7  42.0  12.3  15.4
Alabama      88       5      45       4      22      12 100.0   5.7  51.1   4.5  25.0  13.6
Alaska     215      54      27      36      48      50 100.0  25.1  12.6  16.7  22.3  23.3
Arizona        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Arkansas     230      79      11      88        - -      52 100.0  34.3   4.8  38.3      - -  22.6
California  12,114   1,109   2,497   7,548        - -     960 100.0   9.2  20.6  62.3      - -   7.9
Colorado     982      88     212     439      96     147 100.0   9.0  21.6  44.7   9.8  15.0
Connecticut   3,620   1,302     704     748     438     428 100.0  36.0  19.4  20.7  12.1  11.8
Delaware     301       6      89      13     172      21 100.0   2.0  29.6   4.3  57.1   7.0
Florida   1,189     314     624     167      30      54 100.0  26.4  52.5  14.0   2.5   4.5
Hawaii      41       4       4       4       3      26 100.0   9.8   9.8   9.8   7.3  63.4
Idaho      81      16        - -      44       7      14 100.0  19.8      - -  54.3   8.6  17.3
Illinois   2,645     221   1,079     565     628     152 100.0   8.4  40.8  21.4  23.7   5.7
Indiana     174      12        - -     124      21      17 100.0   6.9      - -  71.3  12.1   9.8
Iowa     103      18       8      51      14      12 100.0  17.5   7.8  49.5  13.6  11.7
Kansas        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Kentucky     577     258     107     189       3      20 100.0  44.7  18.5  32.8   0.5   3.5
Louisiana     245     102       1      70      32      40 100.0  41.6   0.4  28.6  13.1  16.3
Maine   2,945     763        - -   1,213     518     451 100.0  25.9      - -  41.2  17.6  15.3
Maryland   4,526     557     859   1,986     784     340 100.0  12.3  19.0  43.9  17.3   7.5
Massachusetts   3,103     660       5   1,143     471     824 100.0  21.3   0.2  36.8  15.2  26.6
Michigan   2,820     359     413   1,059     312     677 100.0  12.7  14.6  37.6  11.1  24.0
Minnesota   1,206     124     394     442      63     183 100.0  10.3  32.7  36.7   5.2  15.2
Missouri     335      19      70     159      55      32 100.0   5.7  20.9  47.5  16.4   9.6
Montana        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Nebraska      85      16       6      25      18      20 100.0  18.8   7.1  29.4  21.2  23.5
Nevada     156       2      10      87      20      37 100.0   1.3   6.4  55.8  12.8  23.7
New Hampshire     350      89     119      27      52      63 100.0  25.4  34.0   7.7  14.9  18.0
New Jersey   6,273     977      51   3,493     463   1,289 100.0  15.6   0.8  55.7   7.4  20.5
New York  10,160     456   1,585   4,236   1,633   2,250 100.0   4.5  15.6  41.7  16.1  22.1
North Dakota        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Ohio   1,174     178     128     239     177     452 100.0  15.2  10.9  20.4  15.1  38.5
Oklahoma        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Oregon   1,240     135     122     509     275     199 100.0  10.9   9.8  41.0  22.2  16.0
Puerto Rico     369      30      39     246       1      53 100.0   8.1  10.6  66.7   0.3  14.4
Rhode Island   1,117      58     260     398     307      94 100.0   5.2  23.3  35.6  27.5   8.4
South Carolina        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
South Dakota      50      23      11       9       2       5 100.0  46.0  22.0  18.0   4.0  10.0
Tennessee       2        - -        - -        - -       1       1 100.0      - -      - -      - -  50.0  50.0
Texas     891      98     257     171     150     215 100.0  11.0  28.8  19.2  16.8  24.1
Utah     358     181      13     144       5      15 100.0  50.6   3.6  40.2   1.4   4.2
Vermont     149      10      45      63      13      18 100.0   6.7  30.2  42.3   8.7  12.1
Virginia     333       5       3      43     126     156 100.0   1.5   0.9  12.9  37.8  46.8
Washington   2,283     155     631     494     760     243 100.0   6.8  27.6  21.6  33.3  10.6
Wisconsin      34       3      13       9       3       6 100.0   8.8  38.2  26.5   8.8  17.6
Wyoming        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
- -  Quantity is zero.
NOTE: The "Other" category includes clients who were discharged because they were incarcerated, died, moved, became ill, were hospitalized, or other reason somewhat out of client's control, or if the client status at discharge was not known.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 10.10.11.

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