Table 6.8
Client substance abuse problem treated, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2003
Number and percent
State or jurisdiction1 Total3 Number of facilities2 Percent2
Substance abuse problem Substance abuse problem
Treats clients
with both alcohol
and drug abuse
Treats clients
with drug
abuse only
Treats clients
with alcohol
abuse only
Treats clients
with both alcohol
and drug abuse
Treats clients
with drug
abuse only
Treats clients
with alcohol
abuse only
Total  12,398 11,508 9,628 9,765  92.8  77.7  78.8
Alabama    112     85   101    89  75.9  90.2  79.5
Alaska     70     64    39    52  91.4  55.7  74.3
Arizona    171    157   136   141  91.8  79.5  82.5
Arkansas     52     47    46    44  90.4  88.5  84.6
California  1,669  1,515 1,211 1,085  90.8  72.6  65.0
Colorado    335    309   253   301  92.2  75.5  89.9
Connecticut    228    209   193   170  91.7  84.6  74.6
Delaware     42     40    28    31  95.2  66.7  73.8
District of Columbia     51     48    41    36  94.1  80.4  70.6
Fed. of Micronesia      1      1     - -     1 100.0      - - 100.0
Florida    509    468   402   421  91.9  79.0  82.7
Georgia    257    238   210   206  92.6  81.7  80.2
Guam      1      1     1     1 100.0 100.0 100.0
Hawaii     74     69    59    57  93.2  79.7  77.0
Idaho     64     62    46    56  96.9  71.9  87.5
Illinois    545    510   429   461  93.6  78.7  84.6
Indiana    256    244   205   218  95.3  80.1  85.2
Iowa     98     97    75    84  99.0  76.5  85.7
Kansas    189    178   140   168  94.2  74.1  88.9
Kentucky    280    264   219   225  94.3  78.2  80.4
Louisiana    156    142   134   122  91.0  85.9  78.2
Maine    154    142   101   134  92.2  65.6  87.0
Maryland    342    314   274   261  91.8  80.1  76.3
Massachusetts    317    307   242   252  96.8  76.3  79.5
Michigan    546    518   459   490  94.9  84.1  89.7
Minnesota    249    235   150   192  94.4  60.2  77.1
Mississippi    110    104    86    96  94.5  78.2  87.3
Missouri    220    208   177   189  94.5  80.5  85.9
Montana     46     40    35    38  87.0  76.1  82.6
Nebraska     89     86    58    74  96.6  65.2  83.1
Nevada     81     75    68    68  92.6  84.0  84.0
New Hampshire     54     51    45    45  94.4  83.3  83.3
New Jersey    298    278   229   230  93.3  76.8  77.2
New Mexico    105     99    76    89  94.3  72.4  84.8
New York  1,065    980   829   736  92.0  77.8  69.1
North Carolina    265    247   214   231  93.2  80.8  87.2
North Dakota     40     35    19    34  87.5  47.5  85.0
Ohio    435    421   348   364  96.8  80.0  83.7
Oklahoma    146    141   122   126  96.6  83.6  86.3
Oregon    182    177   143   148  97.3  78.6  81.3
Palau      1      1     1     1 100.0 100.0 100.0
Pennsylvania    435    403   340   335  92.6  78.2  77.0
Puerto Rico    179    150   173   146  83.8  96.6  81.6
Rhode Island     54     49    41    38  90.7  75.9  70.4
South Carolina     86     77    75    74  89.5  87.2  86.0
South Dakota     50     48    38    43  96.0  76.0  86.0
Tennessee    164    160   136   137  97.6  82.9  83.5
Texas    494    442   379   351  89.5  76.7  71.1
Utah    103     98    86    80  95.1  83.5  77.7
Vermont     34     33    29    30  97.1  85.3  88.2
Virgin Islands      4      4     4     4 100.0 100.0 100.0
Virginia    179    168   147   152  93.9  82.1  84.9
Washington    324    310   246   272  95.7  75.9  84.0
West Virginia     75     66    54    61  88.0  72.0  81.3
Wisconsin    267    248   194   231  92.9  72.7  86.5
Wyoming     45     45    42    44 100.0  93.3  97.8
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
2 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column and percents sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could treat more than one client substance abuse problem.
3 Of 13,623 facilities, 1,008 facilities whose clients counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 12,615 facilities, 217 (2%) did not respond to this question.
- -  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.