Table 4.8a
Facilities accepting specific client types, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 31, 2004
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 Adult
women
Pregnant or
postpartum
women
Adult
men
Total  13,454 6,778 12,073 12,042 12,739 12,779 11,831 11,382 10,924 11,413
Facility operation  
Private non-profit  8,053 3,950  7,163  7,336  7,707  7,695  6,933  6,472  6,293  6,498
Private for-profit  3,488 1,880  3,121  3,037  3,238  3,305  3,219  3,184  2,970  3,222
Local, county, or community govt.    956   545    904    885    919    915    856    862    851    842
State government    458   219    430    416    440    430    391    394    384    376
Federal government    327    36    303    206    281    271    267    311    263    313
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    185     2    180    135    179    180    182    177    149    181
Dept. of Defense    102     8     91     38     71     53     53    102     83     99
Indian Health Service     34    23     28     29     27     33     30     28     28     28
Other      6     3      4      4      4      5      2      4      3      5
Tribal government    172   148    152    162    154    163    165    159    163    162
Primary focus of facility  
Substance abuse treatment services  8,340 3,310  7,141  7,636  7,922  7,883  7,257  6,795  6,508  6,846
Mental health services  1,104   781  1,082    877  1,042  1,051    985    999    974  1,000
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 3,558 2,502  3,445  3,174  3,347  3,411  3,180  3,196  3,080  3,179
General health care    219    89    203    158    213    210    214    209    193    208
Other/unknown    233    96    202    197    215    224    195    183    169    180
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), 2004.