Table 4.20
Facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) and clients receiving medication-assisted opioid therapy at OTPs and other facilities,
by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 31, 2010
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation and primary focus Facilities with OTPs1 No. of clients receiving medication-assisted opioid therapy Percent
distribution
of
methadone
clients
Percent
distribution
of all
buprenor-
phine clients
Number Percent Facilities with OTPs1 Other
facilities
Total
buprenor-
phine
Total Methadone2 Buprenor-
phine
Buprenor-
phine
Total 1,166 100.0 304,656 298,170 6,486 20,970 27,456 100.0 100.0
Facility operation      
Private non-profit 430 36.9 114,638 112,157 2,481 10,490 12,971 37.6 47.2
Private for-profit 616 52.8 161,267 158,614 2,653 7,570 10,223 53.2 37.2
Local, county, or community govt. 42 3.6 9,084 8,931 153 943 1,096 3.0 4.0
State government 33 2.8 14,257 14,046 211 415 626 4.7 2.3
Federal government 40 3.4 4,747 3,839 908 1,426 2,334 1.3 8.5
Dept. of Veterans Affairs 40 3.4 4,747 3,839 908 1,387 2,295 1.3 8.4
Dept. of Defense     3 3 - - *
Indian Health Service     36 36 - - 0.1
Other     - - - - - - - -
Tribal government 5 0.4 663 583 80 126 206 0.2 0.8
Primary focus of facility      
Substance abuse treatment services 1,036 88.9 282,287 277,740 4,547 9,880 14,427 93.1 52.5
Mental health services 7 0.6 808 778 30 999 1,029 0.3 3.7
Mix of mental health and substance
abuse treatment services
108 9.3 19,715 18,117 1,598 8,957 10,555 6.1 38.4
General health care 15 1.3 1,846 1,535 311 1,020 1,331 0.5 4.8
Other/unknown     114 114 - - 0.4
1 Facilities certified as Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
2 The total number of methadone clients in facilities with OTPs is a subset of all methadone clients and will not equal the total number of methadone clients found on Table 3.2.
* Less than 0.05 percent.
- - Quantity is zero.
No facilities in this category.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2010.

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