Table 4.9a
Facilities accepting specific client types, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 31, 2003
Number
Facility operation and primary focus Total Number of facilities1
Client type
Adoles-
cents
Clients
with co-
occurring
disorders
Criminal
justice
clients
Persons
with HIV
or AIDS
Gays or
lesbians
Seniors
or  older
adults
Pregnant or
postpartum
women
Women Men
Total  13,623 7,033 12,151 12,150 12,785 13,017 11,825 11,110 12,050 12,056
Facility operation  
Private non-profit  8,258 4,142  7,315  7,509  7,831  7,924  7,000  6,499  7,034  7,034
Private for-profit  3,403 1,893  2,986  2,947  3,106  3,254  3,120  2,917  3,189  3,228
Local, county, or community govt    979   579    926    887    947    951    864    881    921    885
State government    475   237    455    421    455    454    401    384    421    417
Federal government    339    47    323    229    296    280    282    279    327    330
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    196     1    194    155    191    191    192    157    189    194
Dept. of Defense    102    14     94     40     73     53     56     86     98     98
Indian Health Service     34    28     29     29     26     29     31     30     34     33
Other      7     4      6      5      6      7      3      6      6      5
Tribal government    169   135    146    157    150    154    158    150    158    162
Primary focus of facility  
Substance abuse treatment services  8,351 3,489  7,071  7,644  7,853  7,952  7,175  6,522  7,115  7,169
Mental health services  1,157   815  1,130    901  1,070  1,111  1,025  1,019  1,093  1,089
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 3,600 2,494  3,506  3,209  3,383  3,469  3,188  3,163  3,385  3,340
General health care    249   109    228    177    241    240    233    219    243    241
Other/unknown    266   126    216    219    238    245    204    187    214    217
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could accept more than one client type.
SOURCE:  Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2003.