Table 2.3
Facilities by type of care offered and facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs:  2005-20091
Number and percent
Type of care offered and facilities with
Opioid Treatment Programs
Number of facilities2 Percent2
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Total  13,371 13,771 13,648 13,688 13,513      
Type of care offered  
Outpatient 10,807 11,152 11,078 10,977 10,905  80.8  81.0  81.2  80.2  80.7
Regular  9,690 10,177 10,099 10,106 10,050  72.5  73.9  74.0  73.8  74.4
Intensive   5,698  6,199  6,055  5,966  5,991  42.6  45.0  44.4  43.6  44.3
Detoxification  1,455  1,664  1,445  1,286  1,296  10.9  12.1  10.6   9.4   9.6
Day treatment/partial hospitalization  1,859  2,071  2,000  1,783  1,726  13.9  15.0  14.7  13.0  12.8
Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance   1,225  1,396  1,433  1,527  1,620   9.2  10.1  10.5  11.2  12.0
Residential (non-hospital)  3,678  3,834  3,716  3,644  3,520  27.5  27.8  27.2  26.6  26.0
Detoxification    905    991    996    920    879   6.8   7.2   7.3   6.7   6.5
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)  1,579  1,720  1,722  1,662  1,671  11.8  12.5  12.6  12.1  12.4
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)  3,034  3,214  2,995  2,968  2,861  22.7  23.3  21.9  21.7  21.2
Hospital inpatient    986    925  1,000    838    797   7.4   6.7   7.3   6.1   5.9
Detoxification    834    817    884    742    713   6.2   5.9   6.5   5.4   5.3
Treatment    653    620    665    564    555   4.9   4.5   4.9   4.1   4.1
Facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs2  1,069  1,203  1,108  1,132  1,239   8.0   8.7   8.1   8.3   9.2
1 Survey reference dates were: March 31, 2005-2006, March 30, 2007, and March 31, 2008-2009. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
2 Only those facilities certified as Opioid Treatment Programs by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration are included.
NOTE: Types of care sum to more than the Total because a facility could provide more than one type of care.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2005-2009. 

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