Table 4.12a
Facilities offering services in sign language for the hearing impaired and in languages other than English,
by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 31, 2004
Number
Facility operation and primary focus Total Number of facilities1
Sign
language
Any language other than English Language services provided by Languages provided by staff counselor
Staff counselor On-call interpreter Both staff counselor and on-call interpreter Spanish American Indian/Alaska Native language Other
Total  13,454 3,886 6,359 2,741 2,468 1,150 3,562 135 884
Facility operation        
Private non-profit  8,053 2,584 4,026 1,702 1,663   661 2,200  50 505
Private for-profit  3,488   659 1,427   766   389   272   950  16 290
Local, county, or community govt.    956   412   544   134   249   161   280   6  63
State government    458   162   209    64   114    31    88   1  13
Federal government    327    45    85    29    37    19    34  16   9
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    185    24    43    17    19     7    23   4   4
Dept. of Defense    102    16    24     4    16     4     7   - -   4
Indian Health Service     34     4    14     7     1     6     1  12   - -
Other      6     1     4     1     1     2     3   - -   1
Tribal government    172    24    68    46    16     6    10  46   4
Primary focus of facility        
Substance abuse treatment services  8,340 2,105 3,869 1,901 1,316   652 2,378  75 495
Mental health services  1,104   383   459   111   268    80   174   1  53
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 3,558 1,287 1,844   637   820   387   901  50 299
General health care    219    64    97    33    44    20    41   8  18
Other/unknown    233    47    90    59    20    11    68   1  19
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could offer services in more than one language.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE:  Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2004.