Table 6.12
Facility capacity and utilization of non-hospital residential and hospital inpatient care, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2003
Number and utilization rate
State or jurisdiction1 Residential and hospital inpatient2,3 Residential2 Hospital inpatient3
No. of
clients
No. of
designated
beds
Utilization
rate (%)2,3,4
No. of
facilities
No. of
clients
No. of
designated
beds
Utilization
rate (%)2,4
Designated
beds per
facility
No. of
facilities
No. of
clients
No. of
designated
beds
Utilization
rate (%)3,4
Designated
beds per
facility
Total  106,319 115,298  92.2 3,204 95,689 101,920  93.9 32 583 10,630 13,378  79.5 23
Alabama     862     876  98.4    25    749     735 101.9 29   6    113    141  80.1 24
Alaska     453     490  92.4    26    450     474  94.9 18   1      3     16  18.8 16
Arizona   1,395   1,625  85.8    40  1,215   1,397  87.0 35   8    180    228  78.9 29
Arkansas     719     740  97.2    21    668     657 101.7 31   7     51     83  61.4 12
California  18,829  18,355 102.6   589 18,271  17,556 104.1 30  35    558    799  69.8 23
Colorado   1,293   1,487  87.0    39  1,222   1,396  87.5 36   7     71     91  78.0 13
Connecticut   2,293   2,319  98.9    73  1,996   1,975 101.1 27  14    297    344  86.3 25
Delaware     222     271  81.9    14    209     249  83.9 18   2     13     22  59.1 11
Dist. of Columbia     609     609 100.0    14    523     523 100.0 37   4     86     86 100.0 22
Fed. of Micronesia       3       3 100.0     - -       - -        - -      - - - -   1      3      3 100.0  3
Florida   4,853   5,309  91.4   150  4,323   4,880  88.6 33  26    530    429 123.5 17
Georgia   2,037   2,273  89.6    60  1,693   1,773  95.5 30  18    344    500  68.8 28
Guam        - -        - -      - -     - -       - -        - -      - - - -   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Hawaii     299     314  95.2     8    299     314  95.2 39   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Idaho     204     183 111.5    13    197     176 111.9 14   1      7      7 100.0  7
Illinois   3,709   3,897  95.2   113  3,501   3,681  95.1 33  18    208    216  96.3 12
Indiana     779     975  79.9    33    700     774  90.4 23   9     79    201  39.3 22
Iowa     414     486  85.2    24    403     460  87.6 19   1     11     26  42.3 26
Kansas     617     728  84.8    30    614     714  86.0 24   1      3     14  21.4 14
Kentucky   1,153   1,299  88.8    38  1,004   1,065  94.3 28  15    149    234  63.7 16
Louisiana   1,473   1,583  93.1    46  1,248   1,331  93.8 29  10    225    252  89.3 25
Maine     319     323  98.8    20    236     259  91.1 13   4     83     64 129.7 16
Maryland   2,456   2,705  90.8    71  2,344   2,616  89.6 37   8    112     89 125.8 11
Massachusetts   3,820   3,919  97.5   124  3,320   3,400  97.6 27  24    500    519  96.3 22
Michigan   3,002   3,862  77.7    87  2,838   3,521  80.6 40  13    164    341  48.1 26
Minnesota   2,584   3,295  78.4   104  2,392   3,039  78.7 29  14    192    256  75.0 18
Mississippi   1,261   1,511  83.5    38    997   1,165  85.6 31  13    264    346  76.3 27
Missouri   1,539   1,613  95.4    55  1,479   1,551  95.4 28   5     60     62  96.8 12
Montana     176     205  85.9    10    145     162  89.5 16   3     31     43  72.1 14
Nebraska     629     634  99.2    34    617     620  99.5 18   2     12     14  85.7  7
Nevada     517     567  91.2    21    466     505  92.3 24   5     51     62  82.3 12
New Hampshire     225     254  88.6    14    225     254  88.6 18   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
New Jersey   2,903   3,582  81.0    60  2,356   2,542  92.7 42  16    547  1,040  52.6 65
New Mexico     573     641  89.4    26    494     554  89.2 21   4     79     87  90.8 22
New York  14,244  14,439  98.6   246 11,727  11,672 100.5 47 101  2,517  2,767  91.0 27
North Carolina   1,724   2,038  84.6    63  1,444   1,538  93.9 24  16    280    500  56.0 31
North Dakota     197     206  95.6     9    180     181  99.4 20   1     17     25  68.0 25
Ohio   2,457   2,600  94.5   101  2,145   2,165  99.1 21  26    312    435  71.7 17
Oklahoma   1,168   1,406  83.1    39  1,148   1,369  83.9 35   4     20     37  54.1  9
Oregon     922     981  94.0    40    886     933  95.0 23   3     36     48  75.0 16
Palau        - -        - -      - -     - -       - -        - -      - - - -   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Pennsylvania   5,085   5,734  88.7   127  4,707   5,257  89.5 41  18    378    477  79.2 27
Puerto Rico   4,908   5,922  82.9   139  4,646   5,577  83.3 40  11    262    345  75.9 31
Rhode Island     315     326  96.6    14    294     302  97.4 22   2     21     24  87.5 12
South Carolina     546     593  92.1    16    250     289  86.5 18  10    296    304  97.4 30
South Dakota     489     438 111.6    15    441     386 114.2 26   2     48     52  92.3 26
Tennessee   1,355   1,495  90.6    41  1,115   1,211  92.1 30  14    240    284  84.5 20
Texas   5,632   6,582  85.6   138  4,998   5,879  85.0 43  33    634    703  90.2 21
Utah     527     586  89.9    23    490     549  89.3 24   2     37     37 100.0 19
Vermont     133     123 108.1     6    111      98 113.3 16   1     22     25  88.0 25
Virgin Islands      28      32  87.5     1     28      32  87.5 32   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Virginia     754     925  81.5    29    670     824  81.3 28  10     84    101  83.2 10
Washington   1,721   1,950  88.3    46  1,550   1,666  93.0 36  14    171    284  60.2 20
West Virginia     394     405  97.3    18    367     369  99.5 21   4     27     36  75.0  9
Wisconsin   1,182   1,357  87.1    60    994   1,098  90.5 18  15    188    259  72.6 17
Wyoming     318     227 140.1    13    304     207 146.9 16   1     14     20  70.0 20
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
2 Of the 3,793 facilities reporting that non-hospital residential services were offered, 181 facilities (5%) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 86 facilities (2%) did not respond to this question. Therefore, there were 3,526 facilities reporting 110,772 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 3,204 facilities (101,920 designated beds and 95,6890 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 3,526 facilities that reported designated beds, 183 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they included client counts for other facilities, and 139 facilities were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
3 Of the 1,013 facilities reporting that hospital inpatient services were offered, 18 facilities (2%) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 107 facilities (11%) did not respond to this question. Therefore, there were 888 facilities reporting 13,830 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 583 facilities (13,378 designated beds and 10,630 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 888 facilities that reported designated beds, 37 facilities were excluded from theutilization rate tabulations because they included client counts for other facilities, and 268 facilities were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
4 Because substance abuse treatment clients may also occupy non-designated beds, utilization rates may be more than 100 percent.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2003.