Table 6.8
Client substance abuse problem treated, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2004
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  12,086 11,338 9,898 9,785  93.8  81.9  81.0
Alabama    125    108   111    99  86.4  88.8  79.2
Alaska     65     62    40    52  95.4  61.5  80.0
Arizona    172    165   141   134  95.9  82.0  77.9
Arkansas     50     48    45    43  96.0  90.0  86.0
California  1,592  1,473 1,256 1,144  92.5  78.9  71.9
Colorado    366    347   281   337  94.8  76.8  92.1
Connecticut    215    203   194   169  94.4  90.2  78.6
Delaware     44     39    33    32  88.6  75.0  72.7
District of Columbia     50     44    47    34  88.0  94.0  68.0
Fed. of Micronesia       - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -
Florida    519    495   443   430  95.4  85.4  82.9
Georgia    226    214   191   188  94.7  84.5  83.2
Guam      1      1     1     1 100.0 100.0 100.0
Hawaii     89     84    68    64  94.4  76.4  71.9
Idaho     63     59    49    50  93.7  77.8  79.4
Illinois    517    487   430   448  94.2  83.2  86.7
Indiana    266    252   234   239  94.7  88.0  89.8
Iowa    107    105    84    89  98.1  78.5  83.2
Kansas    192    186   152   166  96.9  79.2  86.5
Kentucky    260    249   223   221  95.8  85.8  85.0
Louisiana    156    143   120   119  91.7  76.9  76.3
Maine    145    136    98   117  93.8  67.6  80.7
Maryland    337    314   268   263  93.2  79.5  78.0
Massachusetts    308    298   245   243  96.8  79.5  78.9
Michigan    505    478   425   443  94.7  84.2  87.7
Minnesota    241    233   161   186  96.7  66.8  77.2
Mississippi     99     96    83    87  97.0  83.8  87.9
Missouri    183    173   140   144  94.5  76.5  78.7
Montana     41     34    37    39  82.9  90.2  95.1
Nebraska     91     87    70    80  95.6  76.9  87.9
Nevada     82     75    69    67  91.5  84.1  81.7
New Hampshire     51     48    37    41  94.1  72.5  80.4
New Jersey    294    280   237   238  95.2  80.6  81.0
New Mexico    111    108    86    95  97.3  77.5  85.6
New York  1,012    946   864   743  93.5  85.4  73.4
North Carolina    248    229   210   216  92.3  84.7  87.1
North Dakota     53     48    30    47  90.6  56.6  88.7
Ohio    404    394   330   347  97.5  81.7  85.9
Oklahoma    146    141   124   131  96.6  84.9  89.7
Oregon    197    191   166   163  97.0  84.3  82.7
Palau      1      1     1     1 100.0 100.0 100.0
Pennsylvania    413    370   348   333  89.6  84.3  80.6
Puerto Rico    172    143   162   139  83.1  94.2  80.8
Rhode Island     55     51    44    39  92.7  80.0  70.9
South Carolina     82     74    76    69  90.2  92.7  84.1
South Dakota     47     46    39    43  97.9  83.0  91.5
Tennessee    180    169   155   152  93.9  86.1  84.4
Texas    467    410   388   339  87.8  83.1  72.6
Utah    110    107    93    91  97.3  84.5  82.7
Vermont     34     34    29    30 100.0  85.3  88.2
Virgin Islands      3      3     2     3 100.0  66.7 100.0
Virginia    163    158   143   148  96.9  87.7  90.8
Washington    338    325   266   293  96.2  78.7  86.7
West Virginia     73     69    68    58  94.5  93.2  79.5
Wisconsin    276    259   222   252  93.8  80.4  91.3
Wyoming     49     46    39    46  93.9  79.6  93.9
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 13,454 facilities, 1,127 facilities whose clients counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 12,327 facilities, 245 (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), 2004.