Table 6.11
Facility capacity and utilization of non-hospital residential and hospital inpatient care, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2004
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  101,422 110,593  91.7 3,058 89,943 97,915  91.9 32 552 11,479 12,678  90.5 23
Alabama     931     976  95.4    26    910    914  99.6 35   4     21     62  33.9 16
Alaska     334     372  89.8    21    319    350  91.1 17   2     15     22  68.2 11
Arizona   1,527   1,695  90.1    45  1,384  1,617  85.6 36   6    143     78 183.3 13
Arkansas     567     625  90.7    19    491    503  97.6 26   7     76    122  62.3 17
California  15,584  16,734  93.1   536 14,623 15,632  93.5 29  40    961  1,102  87.2 28
Colorado   1,239   1,423  87.1    37  1,167  1,316  88.7 36   8     72    107  67.3 13
Connecticut   2,227   2,066 107.8    65  1,663  1,711  97.2 26  14    564    355 158.9 25
Delaware     199     186 107.0    12    162    176  92.0 15   1     37     10 370.0 10
Dist. of Columbia     746     522 142.9    15    735    500 147.0 33   2     11     22  50.0 11
Fed. of Micronesia        - -        - -      - -     - -       - -       - -      - - - -   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Florida   5,406   5,273 102.5   147  4,979  4,840 102.9 33  24    427    433  98.6 18
Georgia   1,954   2,017  96.9    53  1,639  1,612 101.7 30  19    315    405  77.8 21
Guam        - -        - -      - -     - -       - -       - -      - - - -   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Hawaii     358     424  84.4     9    358    424  84.4 47   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Idaho     207     237  87.3    13    193    223  86.5 17   2     14     14 100.0  7
Illinois   3,446   3,691  93.4   107  3,299  3,469  95.1 32  13    147    222  66.2 17
Indiana     913   1,056  86.5    34    789    882  89.5 26  10    124    174  71.3 17
Iowa     567     694  81.7    28    558    657  84.9 23   2      9     37  24.3 19
Kansas     725     975  74.4    31    680    917  74.2 30   2     45     58  77.6 29
Kentucky   1,037   1,065  97.4    34    909    899 101.1 26  13    128    166  77.1 13
Louisiana   1,787   1,900  94.1    54  1,515  1,635  92.7 30  10    272    265 102.6 27
Maine     282     302  93.4    20    243    249  97.6 12   4     39     53  73.6 13
Maryland   2,087   2,402  86.9    70  1,938  2,213  87.6 32   7    149    189  78.8 27
Massachusetts   3,576   3,641  98.2   113  2,762  2,961  93.3 26  30    814    680 119.7 23
Michigan   3,131   3,297  95.0    75  2,950  3,004  98.2 40  10    181    293  61.8 29
Minnesota   2,918   3,181  91.7   101  2,590  2,848  90.9 28  12    328    333  98.5 28
Mississippi   1,195   1,380  86.6    31    889  1,046  85.0 34  15    306    334  91.6 22
Missouri   1,559   1,646  94.7    52  1,436  1,516  94.7 29   3    123    130  94.6 43
Montana     215     232  92.7     6    165    175  94.3 29   3     50     57  87.7 19
Nebraska     637     762  83.6    33    635    758  83.8 23   1      2      4  50.0  4
Nevada     536     557  96.2    17    461    527  87.5 31   2     75     30 250.0 15
New Hampshire     258     263  98.1    14    248    253  98.0 18   1     10     10 100.0 10
New Jersey   2,572   2,811  91.5    56  2,081  2,276  91.4 41  12    491    535  91.8 45
New Mexico     607     641  94.7    23    545    565  96.5 25   4     62     76  81.6 19
New York  12,474  13,659  91.3   246 10,466 11,351  92.2 46  83  2,008  2,308  87.0 28
North Carolina   2,066   2,344  88.1    55  1,708  1,956  87.3 36  16    358    388  92.3 24
North Dakota     277     306  90.5    11    256    271  94.5 25   3     21     35  60.0 12
Ohio   2,035   2,558  79.6    88  1,798  2,187  82.2 25  24    237    371  63.9 15
Oklahoma   1,047   1,189  88.1    35    992  1,127  88.0 32   4     55     62  88.7 16
Oregon   1,046   1,132  92.4    42  1,026  1,096  93.6 26   2     20     36  55.6 18
Palau       3       3 100.0     - -       - -       - -      - - - -   1      3      3 100.0  3
Pennsylvania   4,588   5,093  90.1   117  4,090  4,543  90.0 39  19    498    550  90.5 29
Puerto Rico   4,315   5,530  78.0   136  4,006  5,137  78.0 38  12    309    393  78.6 33
Rhode Island     353     376  93.9    16    329    349  94.3 22   2     24     27  88.9 14
South Carolina     529     654  80.9    17    308    366  84.2 22  10    221    288  76.7 29
South Dakota     412     469  87.8    15    368    417  88.2 28   2     44     52  84.6 26
Tennessee   1,999   1,632 122.5    49  1,717  1,409 121.9 29  13    282    223 126.5 17
Texas   5,620   6,358  88.4   137  4,876  5,556  87.8 41  30    744    802  92.8 27
Utah     804     925  86.9    25    768    876  87.7 35   3     36     49  73.5 16
Vermont     113     128  88.3     6     88    103  85.4 17   1     25     25 100.0 25
Virgin Islands      19      29  65.5     1     19      29  65.5 29   - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Virginia     789   1,104  71.5    30    704     974  72.3 32   7     85    130  65.4 19
Washington   1,778   2,067  86.0    47  1,610   1,815  88.7 39  13    168    252  66.7 19
West Virginia     391     459  85.2    24    365     439  83.1 18   2     26     20 130.0 10
Wisconsin   1,249   1,308  95.5    53    961   1,046  91.9 20  19    288    262 109.9 14
Wyoming     188     224  83.9    11    172     200  86.0 18   3     16     24  66.7  8
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
2 Of the 3,680 facilities reporting that non-hospital residential services were offered, 237 facilities (6%) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 97 facilities (3%) did not respond to this question. Therefore, there were 3,346 facilities reporting 104,860 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 3,059 facilities (97,915 designated beds and 89,943 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 3,346 facilities that reported designated beds, 170 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they included client counts for other facilities, and 117 facilities were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
3 Of the 1,073 facilities reporting that hospital inpatient services were offered, 49 facilities (5%) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 192 facilities (18%) did not respond to this question. Therefore, there were 832 facilities reporting  13,138 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 552 facilities (12,678 designated beds and 11,479 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 832 facilities that reported designated beds, 34 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they included client counts for other facilities, and 246 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), 2004.