Table 3.4
Clients in treatment in facilities with managed care agreements or contracts, by facility operation: 2000-20051
Number and percent
Facility operation Number of clients Number of clients in facilties with managed
care agreements or contracts
Percent of clients in facilities with
managed care agreements or
contracts
2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005
Total 1,000,896 1,136,287 1,092,546 1,072,251 1,081,049 533,307 606,158 563,424 535,036 523,074 53.3 53.3 51.6 49.9 48.4
Private non-profit 552,092 637,835 615,410 588,170 595,633 340,017 386,152 360,763 333,091 333,029 61.6 60.5 58.6 56.6 55.9
Private for-profit 244,184 291,122 282,161 296,533 302,595 120,787 142,261 130,695 138,664 131,906 49.5 48.9 46.3 46.8 43.6
Local, county, or community govt. 111,337 112,820 101,826 97,261 95,667 47,127 51,899 41,830 38,246 38,371 42.3 46.0 41.1 39.3 40.1
State government 40,652 43,746 45,649 43,455 42,431 15,995 19,067 20,667 19,084 14,455 39.3 43.6 45.3 43.9 34.1
Federal government 40,549 40,637 37,155 36,378 36,194 5,959 4,962 5,970 3,521 2,967 14.7 12.2 16.1 9.7 8.2
Dept. of Veteran Affairs 31,251 31,213 28,386 28,306 28,842 3,138 2,508 3,088 1,772 1,559 10.0 8.0 10.9 6.3 5.4
Dept. of Defense 6,571 7,749 6,020 6,335 5,771 2,134 2,082 1,879 1,426 1,063 32.5 26.9 31.2 22.5 18.4
Indian Health Service 2,316 1,339 2,331 1,582 1,458 598 170 644 323 345 25.8 12.7 27.6 20.4 23.7
Other 411 336 418 155 123 89 202 359 - - 21.7 60.1 85.9 - -
Tribal government 12,082 10,127 10,345 10,454 8,529 3,422 1,817 3,499 2,430 2,346 28.3 17.9 33.8 23.2 27.5
1 Survey reference dates were: Oct. 1, 2000, March 29, 2002, and March 31, 2003-2005. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
- - Quantity is zero.
No facilities in this category.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2000, 2002-2005. No survey was conducted in 2001.

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