Table 6.11
Facility capacity and utilization of residential (non-hospital) and hospital inpatient care, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2008
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 101,028 110,657 91.3 3,032 91,604 99,545 92.0 33 502 9,424 11,112 84.8 22
Alabama 839 853 98.4 28 736 785 93.8 28 5 103 68 151.5 14
Alaska 294 256 114.8 18 291 250 116.4 14 1 3 6 50.0 6
Arizona 1,743 1,870 93.2 51 1,372 1,575 87.1 31 9 371 295 125.8 33
Arkansas 821 800 102.6 21 794 733 108.3 35 4 27 67 40.3 17
California 17,531 18,648 94.0 568 16,980 17,958 94.6 32 31 551 690 79.9 22
Colorado 911 1,064 85.6 40 843 968 87.1 24 7 68 96 70.8 14
Connecticut 1,973 1,951 101.1 57 1,663 1,627 102.2 29 13 310 324 95.7 25
Delaware 213 230 92.6 10 199 214 93.0 21 1 14 16 87.5 16
Dist. of Columbia 667 643 103.7 13 589 586 100.5 45 2 78 57 136.8 29
Fed. of Micronesia
Florida 5,749 6,405 89.8 167 5,418 6,010 90.1 36 26 331 395 83.8 15
Georgia 1,915 2,359 81.2 56 1,751 2,034 86.1 36 12 164 325 50.5 27
Guam 30 19 157.9 1 30 19 157.9 19 - - - - - - - - - -
Hawaii 384 425 90.4 11 384 425 90.4 39
Idaho 182 195 93.3 9 160 168 95.2 19 2 22 27 81.5 14
Illinois 3,471 3,966 87.5 94 3,270 3,639 89.9 39 20 201 327 61.5 16
Indiana 665 830 80.1 21 377 458 82.3 22 19 288 372 77.4 20
Iowa 484 581 83.3 25 471 562 83.8 22 2 13 19 68.4 10
Kansas 728 951 76.6 29 728 951 76.6 33 - - - - - - - - - -
Kentucky 1,541 1,744 88.4 44 1,351 1,480 91.3 34 12 190 264 72.0 22
Louisiana 2,054 2,016 101.9 47 1,819 1,906 95.4 41 5 235 110 213.6 22
Maine 285 305 93.4 18 249 263 94.7 15 4 36 42 85.7 11
Maryland 2,292 2,843 80.6 63 2,074 2,507 82.7 40 13 218 336 64.9 26
Massachusetts 3,617 3,627 99.7 116 3,104 3,128 99.2 27 20 513 499 102.8 25
Michigan 1,982 2,732 72.5 71 1,968 2,696 73.0 38 4 14 36 38.9 9
Minnesota 3,383 3,348 101.0 112 3,318 3,269 101.5 29 5 65 79 82.3 16
Mississippi 1,214 1,465 82.9 37 947 1,201 78.9 32 11 267 264 101.1 24
Missouri 1,547 1,649 93.8 52 1,524 1,604 95.0 31 2 23 45 51.1 23
Montana 239 289 82.7 13 165 193 85.5 15 2 74 96 77.1 48
Nebraska 743 892 83.3 39 739 886 83.4 23 2 4 6 66.7 3
Nevada 622 615 101.1 15 584 553 105.6 37 5 38 62 61.3 12
New Hampshire 267 310 86.1 16 259 278 93.2 17 2 8 32 25.0 16
New Jersey 2,199 2,474 88.9 50 1,956 2,189 89.4 44 10 243 285 85.3 29
New Mexico 394 412 95.6 24 333 335 99.4 14 4 61 77 79.2 19
New York 10,899 11,696 93.2 226 8,809 9,399 93.7 42 82 2,090 2,297 91.0 28
North Carolina 2,117 2,380 88.9 56 1,801 1,964 91.7 35 11 316 416 76.0 38
North Dakota 401 629 63.8 22 344 516 66.7 23 2 57 113 50.4 57
Ohio 2,441 2,867 85.1 92 2,180 2,455 88.8 27 18 261 412 63.3 23
Oklahoma 1,449 1,515 95.6 44 1,374 1,414 97.2 32 5 75 101 74.3 20
Oregon 1,382 1,537 89.9 56 1,363 1,509 90.3 27 2 19 28 67.9 14
Palau 5 5 100.0 - - - - - - - - - - 1 5 5 100.0 5
Pennsylvania 5,272 5,959 88.5 144 4,960 5,545 89.4 39 17 312 414 75.4 24
Puerto Rico 2,037 1,992 102.3 39 2,012 1,927 104.4 49 3 25 65 38.5 22
Rhode Island 356 367 97.0 13 312 311 100.3 24 3 44 56 78.6 19
South Carolina 703 811 86.7 18 564 618 91.3 34 13 139 193 72.0 15
South Dakota 563 517 108.9 16 489 414 118.1 26 7 74 103 71.8 15
Tennessee 1,592 1,683 94.6 48 1,341 1,511 88.7 31 9 251 172 145.9 19
Texas 4,819 5,336 90.3 112 4,349 4,777 91.0 43 27 470 559 84.1 21
Utah 706 832 84.9 29 658 766 85.9 26 5 48 66 72.7 13
Vermont 199 257 77.4 6 89 119 74.8 20 3 110 138 79.7 46
Virgin Islands 34 35 97.1 1 34 35 97.1 35
Virginia 927 1,013 91.5 27 692 859 80.6 32 8 235 154 152.6 19
Washington 2,303 2,429 94.8 58 2,155 2,210 97.5 38 9 148 219 67.6 24
West Virginia 423 448 94.4 21 399 416 95.9 20 3 24 32 75.0 11
Wisconsin 1,201 1,313 91.5 58 1,025 1,077 95.2 19 18 176 236 74.6 13
Wyoming 220 269 81.8 10 208 253 82.2 25 1 12 16 75.0 16
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
2 Of the 3,644 facilities reporting that residential (non-hospital) services were offered, 284 facilities (8 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 159 facilities (4 percent) reported for themselves and other facilities. The remaining 3,201 facilities reported 99,545 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on the 3,032 facilities that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 3,201 facilities that reported designated beds, 54 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to this question, and 115 facilities were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
3 Of the 838 facilities reporting that hospital inpatient services were offered, 27 facilities (3 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 23 facilities (3 percent) reported for themselves and other facilities. The remaining 788 facilities reported 11,112 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on the 502 facilities that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 788 facilities that reported designated beds, 73 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to this question, and 213 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), 2008.

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