Table 6.8
Client substance abuse problem treated, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2006
Number and percent distribution
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  12,439 11,700 10,246 10,062  94.1  82.4  80.9
Alabama    123    107    109     97  87.0  88.6  78.9
Alaska     66     63     40     55  95.5  60.6  83.3
Arizona    182    165    149    144  90.7  81.9  79.1
Arkansas     49     45     43     40  91.8  87.8  81.6
California  1,663  1,556  1,311  1,170  93.6  78.8  70.4
Colorado    397    381    309    367  96.0  77.8  92.4
Connecticut    194    179    171    160  92.3  88.1  82.5
Delaware     37     36     30     28  97.3  81.1  75.7
District of Columbia     41     40     35     26  97.6  85.4  63.4
Florida    600    568    478    484  94.7  79.7  80.7
Georgia    256    234    222    196  91.4  86.7  76.6
Guam      1      1      1      1 100.0 100.0 100.0
Hawaii    102     98     72     63  96.1  70.6  61.8
Idaho     55     54     41     45  98.2  74.5  81.8
Illinois    538    513    455    470  95.4  84.6  87.4
Indiana    267    253    216    230  94.8  80.9  86.1
Iowa     93     91     84     86  97.8  90.3  92.5
Kansas    207    200    156    177  96.6  75.4  85.5
Kentucky    268    262    224    228  97.8  83.6  85.1
Louisiana    136    126    118    111  92.6  86.8  81.6
Maine    150    136    109    131  90.7  72.7  87.3
Maryland    342    320    287    257  93.6  83.9  75.1
Massachusetts    285    278    227    227  97.5  79.6  79.6
Michigan    482    444    408    417  92.1  84.6  86.5
Minnesota    245    233    180    196  95.1  73.5  80.0
Mississippi     98     93     86     91  94.9  87.8  92.9
Missouri    206    197    181    180  95.6  87.9  87.4
Montana     45     38     39     43  84.4  86.7  95.6
Nebraska    105    104     80     89  99.0  76.2  84.8
Nevada     68     66     59     58  97.1  86.8  85.3
New Hampshire     50     47     43     42  94.0  86.0  84.0
New Jersey    330    309    254    267  93.6  77.0  80.9
New Mexico    113    109     94     98  96.5  83.2  86.7
New York    965    903    848    745  93.6  87.9  77.2
North Carolina    329    312    275    276  94.8  83.6  83.9
North Dakota     59     56     37     50  94.9  62.7  84.7
Ohio    390    387    343    342  99.2  87.9  87.7
Oklahoma    161    152    136    140  94.4  84.5  87.0
Oregon    208    206    177    173  99.0  85.1  83.2
Palau      1      1      1      1 100.0 100.0 100.0
Pennsylvania    416    376    352    330  90.4  84.6  79.3
Puerto Rico    162    145    155    139  89.5  95.7  85.8
Rhode Island     54     51     41     40  94.4  75.9  74.1
South Carolina     92     81     81     77  88.0  88.0  83.7
South Dakota     54     53     38     48  98.1  70.4  88.9
Tennessee    180    166    152    152  92.2  84.4  84.4
Texas    463    408    364    323  88.1  78.6  69.8
Utah    123    114    113     99  92.7  91.9  80.5
Vermont     36     36     33     29 100.0  91.7  80.6
Virgin Islands      3      3      2      3 100.0  66.7 100.0
Virginia    161    154    146    137  95.7  90.7  85.1
Washington    404    388    333    352  96.0  82.4  87.1
West Virginia     70     65     59     51  92.9  84.3  72.9
Wisconsin    261    245    205    231  93.9  78.5  88.5
Wyoming     53     52     44     50  98.1  83.0  94.3
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 13,771 facilities, 1,054 facilities (8%) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 12,717 facilities, 278 (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), 2006.

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