Table 6.11
Facility capacity and utilization of non-hospital residential and hospital inpatient care, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2006
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
facility2
No. of
facilities
No. of
clients
No. of
designated
beds
Utilization
rate (%)3,4
Designated
beds per
facility3
Total 106,909 117,736 90.8 3,213 96,478 106,158 90.9 33 507 10,431 11,578 90.1 23
Alabama 908 936 97.0 28 817 804 101.6 29 4 91 132 68.9 33
Alaska 291 390 74.6 22 281 373 75.3 17 2 10 17 58.8 9
Arizona 1,385 1,564 88.6 42 1,141 1,363 83.7 32 12 244 201 121.4 17
Arkansas 487 536 90.9 17 454 489 92.8 29 3 33 47 70.2 16
California 16,830 18,535 90.8 599 16,111 17,767 90.7 30 33 719 768 93.6 23
Colorado 1,156 1,552 74.5 44 1,084 1,381 78.5 31 8 72 171 42.1 21
Connecticut 1,804 1,928 93.6 62 1,569 1,682 93.3 27 8 235 246 95.5 31
Delaware 288 362 79.6 11 245 249 98.4 23 2 43 113 38.1 57
Dist. of Columbia 480 533 90.1 10 444 471 94.3 47 2 36 62 58.1 31
Florida 7,018 7,254 96.7 187 6,391 6,655 96.0 36 23 627 599 104.7 26
Georgia 2,669 2,773 96.2 67 2,147 2,302 93.3 34 15 522 471 110.8 31
Guam - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Hawaii 431 507 85.0 16 431 507 85.0 32 - - - - - - - - - -
Idaho 240 222 108.1 11 148 171 86.5 16 2 92 51 180.4 26
Illinois 3,546 3,696 95.9 97 3,233 3,397 95.2 35 21 313 299 104.7 14
Indiana 1,094 1,213 90.2 34 781 931 83.9 27 11 313 282 111.0 26
Iowa 452 462 97.8 21 441 445 99.1 21 2 11 17 64.7 9
Kansas 878 1,068 82.2 37 872 1,058 82.4 29 1 6 10 60.0 10
Kentucky 1,359 1,527 89.0 42 1,167 1,248 93.5 30 12 192 279 68.8 23
Louisiana 1,454 1,686 86.2 42 1,302 1,540 84.5 37 10 152 146 104.1 15
Maine 268 326 82.2 19 227 254 89.4 13 5 41 72 56.9 14
Maryland 2,446 2,687 91.0 72 2,423 2,650 91.4 37 4 23 37 62.2 9
Massachusetts 3,506 3,680 95.3 118 2,983 3,165 94.2 27 17 523 515 101.6 30
Michigan 2,839 3,236 87.7 68 2,708 3,030 89.4 45 8 131 206 63.6 26
Minnesota 2,692 3,026 89.0 100 2,598 2,918 89.0 29 6 94 108 87.0 18
Mississippi 1,723 1,605 107.4 36 1,413 1,216 116.2 34 15 310 389 79.7 26
Missouri 1,495 1,519 98.4 54 1,481 1,496 99.0 28 2 14 23 60.9 12
Montana 209 242 86.4 7 192 225 85.3 32 1 17 17 100.0 17
Nebraska 767 934 82.1 37 761 928 82.0 25 2 6 6 100.0 3
Nevada 413 385 107.3 10 390 361 108.0 36 2 23 24 95.8 12
New Hampshire 307 300 102.3 14 304 292 104.1 21 1 3 8 37.5 8
New Jersey 2,535 2,810 90.2 55 2,304 2,572 89.6 47 10 231 238 97.1 24
New Mexico 553 576 96.0 22 474 493 96.1 22 5 79 83 95.2 17
New York 13,314 14,399 92.5 246 11,197 12,053 92.9 49 85 2,117 2,346 90.2 28
North Carolina 2,280 2,655 85.9 66 1,989 2,240 88.8 34 13 291 415 70.1 32
North Dakota 383 314 122.0 15 326 230 141.7 15 5 57 84 67.9 17
Ohio 2,446 2,744 89.1 95 2,212 2,445 90.5 26 18 234 299 78.3 17
Oklahoma 1,461 1,624 90.0 43 1,371 1,553 88.3 36 5 90 71 126.8 14
Oregon 1,150 1,325 86.8 47 1,129 1,270 88.9 27 2 21 55 38.2 28
Palau - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Pennsylvania 4,911 5,407 90.8 124 4,466 4,922 90.7 40 20 445 485 91.8 24
Puerto Rico 4,113 5,045 81.5 131 3,856 4,813 80.1 37 7 257 232 110.8 33
Rhode Island 365 367 99.5 15 302 317 95.3 21 3 63 50 126.0 17
South Carolina 579 679 85.3 17 348 405 85.9 24 12 231 274 84.3 23
South Dakota 495 469 105.5 18 452 417 108.4 23 2 43 52 82.7 26
Tennessee 1,594 1,886 84.5 48 1,304 1,613 80.8 34 12 290 273 106.2 23
Texas 5,030 5,860 85.8 129 4,622 5,327 86.8 41 24 408 533 76.5 22
Utah 1,098 1,127 97.4 31 1,019 1,049 97.1 34 6 79 78 101.3 13
Vermont 166 272 61.0 7 121 192 63.0 27 1 45 80 56.3 80
Virgin Islands 17 25 68.0 1 17 25 68.0 25
Virginia 906 1,110 81.6 31 796 982 81.1 32 11 110 128 85.9 12
Washington 2,153 2,357 91.3 55 1,980 2,143 92.4 39 11 173 214 80.8 19
West Virginia 549 399 137.6 23 435 367 118.5 16 4 114 32 356.3 8
Wisconsin 1,031 1,254 82.2 54 903 1,044 86.5 19 13 128 210 61.0 16
Wyoming 345 348 99.1 16 316 318 99.4 20 4 29 30 96.7 8
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
2 Of the 3,834 facilities reporting that non-hospital residential services were offered, 208 facilities (5%) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 190 facilities (5%) reported for themselves and other facilities. Therefore the number of designated beds is based on the responses of 3,436 facilities reporting 113,851 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 3,213 facilities (106,158 designated beds and 96,478 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 3,436 facilities that reported designated beds, 41 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to this question, and 182 facilities were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
3 Of the 925 facilities reporting that hospital inpatient services were offered, 26 facilities (3%) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 32 facilities (3%) reported for themselves and other facilities. Therefore the number of designated beds is based on the responses of 867 facilities reporting 12,834 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 507 facilities (11,578 designated beds and 10,431 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 867 facilities that reported designated beds, 71 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to this question, and 289 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.
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), 2006.

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