Table 6.10
Facility capacity and utilization of residential (non-hospital) and hospital inpatient care, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2010
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
facility2
Total  104,809 115,321  90.9 3,046 93,291 102,827  90.7 34 490 11,518 12,494  92.2 25
Alabama     949     998  95.1    30    917     948  96.7 32   3     32     50  64.0 17
Alaska     330     396  83.3    22    330     396  83.3 18 - -       - -       - -      - - - -
Arizona   1,296   1,638  79.1    46  1,196   1,516  78.9 33   6    100    122  82.0 20
Arkansas     682     688  99.1    23    627     647  96.9 28   3     55     41 134.1 14
California  14,900  16,496  90.3   520 14,152  15,699  90.1 30  30    748    797  93.9 27
Colorado   1,476   1,647  89.6    49  1,394   1,522  91.6 31   6     82    125  65.6 21
Connecticut   1,484   1,543  96.2    51  1,268   1,284  98.8 25   8    216    259  83.4 32
Delaware     269     296  90.9     9    188     206  91.3 23   2     81     90  90.0 45
Dist. of Columbia     292     363  80.4     6    249     317  78.5 53   1     43     46  93.5 46
Fed. of Micronesia     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - - - - - -     - -     - -     - - - -
Florida   6,023   6,888  87.4   166  5,313   5,994  88.6 36  32    710    894  79.4 28
Georgia   1,959   2,283  85.8    60  1,820   1,951  93.3 33  10    139    332  41.9 33
Guam      20      28  71.4     1  20      28  71.4 28 - -     - -     - -     - - - -
Hawaii     356     427  83.4     9    356     427  83.4 47 - -     - -     - -     - - - -
Idaho     175     251  69.7    12    158     216  73.1 18   2     17     35  48.6 18
Illinois   3,376   3,850  87.7    94  2,964   3,356  88.3 36  21    412    494  83.4 24
Indiana     785     948  82.8    21    440     498  88.4 24  11    345    450  76.7 41
Iowa     559     740  75.5    27    556     728  76.4 27   1      3     12  25.0 12
Kansas     709     835  84.9    25    697     825  84.5 33   1     12     10 120.0 10
Kentucky   1,868   2,028  92.1    51  1,614   1,755  92.0 34  10    254    273  93.0 27
Louisiana   1,734   1,945  89.2    44  1,663   1,865  89.2 42   4     71     80  88.8 20
Maine     348     379  91.8    20    308     321  96.0 16   3     40     58  69.0 19
Maryland   2,295   2,923  78.5    59  1,997   2,519  79.3 43  12    298    404  73.8 34
Massachusetts   4,309   3,832 112.4   115  3,286   3,075 106.9 27  23  1,023    757 135.1 33
Michigan   2,544   3,263  78.0    66  2,425   3,068  79.0 46  11    119    195  61.0 18
Minnesota   3,037   3,633  83.6   119  2,971   3,546  83.8 30   5     66     87  75.9 17
Mississippi   1,031   1,346  76.6    34    879   1,140  77.1 34   9    152    206  73.8 23
Missouri   1,453   1,495  97.2    50  1,322   1,435  92.1 29   3    131     60 218.3 20
Montana     372     402  92.5    14    324     376  86.2 27   3     48     26 184.6  9
Nebraska     734     828  88.6    35    734     828  88.6 24 - -     - -     - -     - - - -
Nevada     702     617 113.8    15    616     572 107.7 38   3     86     45 191.1 15
New Hampshire     292     286 102.1    14    292     286 102.1 20 - -     - -     - -     - - - -
New Jersey   2,474   2,663  92.9    54  2,157   2,372  90.9 44  10    317    291 108.9 29
New Mexico   1,131     708 159.7    26    866     629 137.7 24   5    265     79 335.4 16
New York  13,387  14,556  92.0   256 11,409  12,350  92.4 48  80  1,978  2,206  89.7 28
North Carolina   2,522   2,761  91.3    59  2,192   2,317  94.6 39  19    330    444  74.3 23
North Dakota     399     399 100.0    15    375     357 105.0 24   3     24     42  57.1 14
Ohio   2,010   2,360  85.2    71  1,652   1,871  88.3 26  16    358    489  73.2 31
Oklahoma   1,662   1,749  95.0    44  1,545   1,672  92.4 38   4    117     77 151.9 19
Oregon   1,169   1,317  88.8    45  1,157   1,307  88.5 29   1     12     10 120.0 10
Palau     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -   - -     - - - -     - -     - -     - - - -
Pennsylvania   5,094   5,470  93.1   131  4,721   4,989  94.6 38  21    373    481  77.5 23
Puerto Rico   4,782   4,500 106.3   120  4,555   4,215 108.1 35   6    227    285  79.6 48
Rhode Island     370     408  90.7    14    325     352  92.3 25   3     45     56  80.4 19
South Carolina     593     674  88.0    13    374     443  84.4 34  16    219    231  94.8 14
South Dakota     577     547 105.5    17    512     451 113.5 27   5     65     96  67.7 19
Tennessee   1,747   1,987  87.9    55  1,600   1,794  89.2 33  10    147    193  76.2 19
Texas   5,015   5,603  89.5   117  3,994   4,851  82.3 41  28  1,021    752 135.8 27
Utah     935   1,115  83.9    34    840   1,043  80.5 31   4     95     72 131.9 18
Vermont     288     255 112.9     6    121     139  87.1 23   3    167    116 144.0 39
Virgin Islands      25      28  89.3     1     25      28  89.3 28 - -     - -     - -     - - - -
Virginia     667     866  77.0    33    608     796  76.4 24   6     59     70  84.3 12
Washington   1,954   2,116  92.3    45  1,794   1,886  95.1 42   8    160    230  69.6 29
West Virginia     488     542  90.0    23    382     429  89.0 19   5    106    113  93.8 23
Wisconsin     907   1,134  80.0    48    772     939  82.2 20  12    135    195  69.2 16
Wyoming     254     271  93.7    12    239     253  94.5 21   2     15     18  83.3  9
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
2 Of the 3,452 facilities reporting that residential (non-hospital) services were offered, 135 facilities (4.0 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 3,317 facilities,123 facilities (3.6 percent) reported for themselves and other facilities. The rest, 3,194 facilities reported 102,827 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on the 3,046 facilities that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 3,194 facilities that reported designated beds, 42 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to this question, and 106 facilities were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
3 Of the 748 facilities reporting that hospital inpatient services were offered, 13 facilities (1.7 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question, and 9 facilities (1.2 percent) reported for themselves and other facilities. The remaining 726 facilities reported 12,494 designated beds. However, the utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on the 490 facilities that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 726 facilities that reported designated beds, 53 facilities were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to this question, and 183 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.
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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