Table 4.3
Client substance abuse problem, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 31, 2005
Number and percent
Facility operation and primary focus Total2 Number of facilities1 Percent1
Client substance abuse problem Client substance abuse problem
Both alcohol
and drug abuse
Drug
abuse only
Alcohol
abuse only
Both alcohol
and drug abuse
Drug
abuse only
Alcohol
abuse only
Total  12,085 11,382 9,977 9,772  94.2  82.6  80.9
Facility operation      
Private non-profit  7,105  6,820 5,855 5,706  96.0  82.4  80.3
Private for-profit  3,265  2,915 2,663 2,593  89.3  81.6  79.4
Local, county, or community govt.    850    832   752   717  97.9  88.5  84.4
State government    411    398   357   337  96.8  86.9  82.0
Federal government    301    266   243   288  88.4  80.7  95.7
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    178    174   164   172  97.8  92.1  96.6
Dept. of Defense     87     58    58    87  66.7  66.7 100.0
Indian Health Service     33     31    19    26  93.9  57.6  78.8
Other      3      3     2     3 100.0  66.7 100.0
Tribal government    153    151   107   131  98.7  69.9  85.6
Primary focus of facility      
Substance abuse treatment services  7,685  7,154 6,351 5,924  93.1  82.6  77.1
Mental health services    886    835   705   767  94.2  79.6  86.6
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 3,137  3,042 2,629 2,767  97.0  83.8  88.2
General health care    212    198   173   193  93.4  81.6  91.0
Other/unknown    165    153   119   121  92.7  72.1  73.3
1 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 type of client substance abuse problem.
2 Of 13,371 facilities, 980 facilities whose clients counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 12,391 facilities, 306 (2%) did not respond to this question.
SOURCE:  Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2005.

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