Table 6.11
Facility capacity and utilization of residential (non-hospital) and hospital inpatient care, by State or jurisdiction: March 30, 2007
Number and utilization rate
State or jurisdiction1 Residential and hospital inpatient2,3 Residential (non-hospital)2 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 101,528 111,356 91.2 3,042 90,667 98,500 92.0 32 560 10,861 12,856 84.5 23
Alabama 729 795 91.7 23 618 655 94.4 28 6 111 140 79.3 23
Alaska 369 414 89.1 26 359 404 88.9 16 1 10 10 100.0 10
Arizona 1,841 2,106 87.4 52 1,417 1,800 78.7 35 10 424 306 138.6 31
Arkansas 539 640 84.2 20 516 556 92.8 28 6 23 84 27.4 14
California 16,377 17,488 93.6 584 15,689 16,692 94.0 29 39 688 796 86.4 20
Colorado 1,281 1,507 85.0 43 1,206 1,417 85.1 33 7 75 90 83.3 13
Connecticut 1,934 2,134 90.6 62 1,584 1,695 93.5 27 16 350 439 79.7 27
Delaware 103 127 81.1 8 103 127 81.1 16
Dist. of Columbia 387 510 75.9 8 357 406 87.9 51 1 30 104 28.8 104
Fed. of Micronesia 2 2 100.0 1 2 2 100.0 2
Florida 6,054 6,610 91.6 171 5,518 6,043 91.3 35 27 536 567 94.5 21
Georgia 2,199 2,232 98.5 58 1,936 1,887 102.6 33 14 263 345 76.2 25
Guam 6 7 85.7 2 6 7 85.7 4
Hawaii 389 454 85.7 13 389 454 85.7 35
Idaho 285 230 123.9 12 261 201 129.9 17 2 24 29 82.8 15
Illinois 3,296 3,796 86.8 90 3,036 3,390 89.6 38 22 260 406 64.0 18
Indiana 861 940 91.6 26 614 663 92.6 26 8 247 277 89.2 35
Iowa 427 572 74.7 26 416 543 76.6 21 3 11 29 37.9 10
Kansas 807 979 82.4 32 804 976 82.4 31 1 3 3 100.0 3
Kentucky 1,841 1,667 110.4 45 1,547 1,354 114.3 30 14 294 313 93.9 22
Louisiana 1,836 1,911 96.1 43 1,642 1,698 96.7 39 12 194 213 91.1 18
Maine 311 360 86.4 20 246 276 89.1 14 5 65 84 77.4 17
Maryland 2,417 2,823 85.6 64 2,117 2,495 84.8 39 14 300 328 91.5 23
Massachusetts 3,611 3,638 99.3 115 2,929 3,022 96.9 26 20 682 616 110.7 31
Michigan 2,414 2,886 83.6 72 2,295 2,720 84.4 38 7 119 166 71.7 24
Minnesota 2,801 3,288 85.2 104 2,727 3,190 85.5 31 6 74 98 75.5 16
Mississippi 1,507 1,753 86.0 35 1,257 1,412 89.0 40 14 250 341 73.3 24
Missouri 1,528 1,575 97.0 52 1,504 1,536 97.9 30 3 24 39 61.5 13
Montana 263 295 89.2 9 128 144 88.9 16 5 135 151 89.4 30
Nebraska 713 796 89.6 34 706 787 89.7 23 2 7 9 77.8 5
Nevada 426 488 87.3 10 374 388 96.4 39 4 52 100 52.0 25
New Hampshire 350 324 108.0 17 350 324 108.0 19 - - - - - - - - - -
New Jersey 2,002 2,215 90.4 46 1,693 1,939 87.3 42 10 309 276 112.0 28
New Mexico 690 619 111.5 26 624 552 113.0 21 4 66 67 98.5 17
New York 11,733 12,811 91.6 234 9,766 10,486 93.1 45 83 1,967 2,325 84.6 28
North Carolina   2,461   2,817  87.4    64  2,137   2,403  88.9 38  18    324    414  78.3 23
North Dakota     495     497  99.6    23    467     472  98.9 21   1     28     25 112.0 25
Ohio   2,040   2,484  82.1    83  1,907   2,197  86.8 26  14    133    287  46.3 21
Oklahoma   1,386   1,616  85.8    42  1,301   1,520  85.6 36   8     85     96  88.5 12
Oregon   1,180   1,331  88.7    49  1,113   1,242  89.6 25   4     67     89  75.3 22
Palau       3       3 100.0     - -       - -       - -      - - - -   1      3      3 100.0  3
Pennsylvania   4,744   5,110  92.8   119  4,198   4,614  91.0 39  19    546    496 110.1 26
Puerto Rico   2,948   2,816 104.7    64  2,798   2,671 104.8 42   5    150    145 103.4 29
Rhode Island     372     367 101.4    14    302     300 100.7 21   3     70     67 104.5 22
South Carolina     525     622  84.4    17    348     415  83.9 24  11    177    207  85.5 19
South Dakota     549     523 105.0    15    394     354 111.3 24   5    155    169  91.7 34
Tennessee   1,800   2,061  87.3    46  1,515   1,631  92.9 35  18    285    430  66.3 24
Texas   4,878   5,259  92.8   123  4,440   4,718  94.1 38  25    438    541  81.0 22
Utah     995   1,094  91.0    29    912     961  94.9 33   7     83    133  62.4 19
Vermont     207     233  88.8     5    101     114  88.6 23   4    106    119  89.1 30
Virgin Islands      17      24  70.8     1     17      24  70.8 24                          
Virginia     949   1,301  72.9    30    749   1,016  73.7 34  13    200    285  70.2 22
Washington   2,026   2,221  91.2    51  1,843   1,971  93.5 39  12    183    250  73.2 21
West Virginia     425     459  92.6    19    364     386  94.3 20   5     61     73  83.6 15
Wisconsin   1,008   1,282  78.6    54    877   1,066  82.3 20  18    131    216  60.6 12
Wyoming     191     244  78.3    11    148     184  80.4 17   3     43     60  71.7 20
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
2 Of the 3,716 facilities reporting that residential (non-hospital) services were offered, 208 facilities (7%) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 199 facilities (5%) reported for themselves and other facilities. The remaining 3,260 facilities reported 109,617 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on the 3,042 facilities that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 3,260 facilities that reported designated beds, 68 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to this question, and 150 facilities were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
3 Of the 1,000 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. The remaining 867 facilities reported 13,387 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on the 507 facilities 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), 2007.

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