Table 4.3
Client substance abuse problem and co-occurring mental health disorders, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 31, 2009
Number and percent
Facility operation and primary focus Number of facilities1,2 Percent1
Total2 Client substance abuse problem Treats clients
with co-
occurring
mental and
substance
abuse
disorders
Client substance abuse problem Treats clients
with co-
occurring
mental and
substance
abuse
disorders
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  12,618 11,554 10,172 9,912 11,060  91.6  80.6  78.6  87.7
Facility operation        
Private non-profit  7,281  6,862 5,879 5,778 6,410  94.2  80.7  79.4  88.0
Private for-profit  3,736  3,188 3,008 2,808 3,184  85.3  80.5  75.2  85.2
Local, county, or community govt.    713    675   592   581   642  94.7  83.0  81.5  90.0
State government    389    369   316   307   368  94.9  81.2  78.9  94.6
Federal government    317    289   254   288   300  91.2  80.1  90.9  94.6
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    193    185   171   178   190  95.9  88.6  92.2  98.4
Dept. of Defense     84     66    55    81    75  78.6  65.5  96.4  89.3
Indian Health Service     38     36    27    27    34  94.7  71.1  71.1  89.5
Other      2      2     1     2     1 100.0  50.0 100.0  50.0
Tribal government    182    171   123   150   156  94.0  67.6  82.4  85.7
Primary focus of facility        
Substance abuse treatment services  7,835  7,079 6,346 5,895 6,581  90.4  81.0  75.2  84.0
Mental health services    798    700   589   621   735  87.7  73.8  77.8  92.1
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 3,703  3,528 3,033 3,178 3,504  95.3  81.9  85.8  94.6
General health care    164    137   123   127   138  83.5  75.0  77.4  84.1
Other/unknown    118    110    81    91   102  93.2  68.6  77.1  86.4
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column and percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could treat more than one type of client substance abuse problem.
2 Of 13,513 facilities, 895 facilities (6.6 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to these questions, Percentages are based on the remaining 12,618 facilities.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2009.

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