Table 6.31
Clients under age 18 in treatment, according to type of care received, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2010
Number and percent distribution
State or jurisdiction1   Number of clients under age 18   Percent distribution
Total  Type of care received Total Type of care received
Outpatient Residential
(non-hospital)
Hospital
inpatient
Outpatient Residential
(non-hospital)
Hospital
inpatient
Total  81,863 71,303  9,302  1,258 100.0  87.1  11.4   1.5
Alabama    659    552     92  15 100.0  83.8  14.0   2.3
Alaska    335    289     46   - - 100.0  86.3  13.7      - -
Arizona  1,068    912    135  21 100.0  85.4  12.6   2.0
Arkansas    184    112     48  24 100.0  60.9  26.1  13.0
California 11,648 11,076    531  41 100.0  95.1   4.6   0.4
Colorado  2,255  2,013    234   8 100.0  89.3  10.4   0.4
Connecticut    555    521     34   - - 100.0  93.9   6.1      - -
Delaware    295    295      - -   - - 100.0 100.0      - -      - -
District of Columbia     67     57      - -  10 100.0  85.1      - -  14.9
Fed. of Micronesia       - -       - -      - -   - -   - -     - -      - -     - -
Florida  3,278  2,729    513  36 100.0  83.3  15.6   1.1
Georgia    941    841     80  20 100.0  89.4   8.5   2.1
Guam     45     38      7   - - 100.0  84.4  15.6      - -
Hawaii  1,228  1,203     25   - - 100.0  98.0   2.0      - -
Idaho    558    493     65   - - 100.0  88.4  11.6      - -
Illinois  3,425  2,796    624   5 100.0  81.6  18.2   0.1
Indiana  1,432  1,394     26  12 100.0  97.3   1.8   0.8
Iowa    753    639    114   - - 100.0  84.9  15.1      - -
Kansas  1,016    985     31   - - 100.0  96.9   3.1      - -
Kentucky  1,150    981     59 110 100.0  85.3   5.1   9.6
Louisiana    835    678    155   2 100.0  81.2  18.6   0.2
Maine    747    694     46   7 100.0  92.9   6.2   0.9
Maryland  2,002  1,862    103  37 100.0  93.0   5.1   1.8
Massachusetts  1,948  1,501    126 321 100.0  77.1   6.5  16.5
Michigan  2,978  2,811    165   2 100.0  94.4   5.5   0.1
Minnesota    819    583    236   - - 100.0  71.2  28.8      - -
Mississippi    318    221     88   9 100.0  69.5  27.7   2.8
Missouri  1,396  1,135    237  24 100.0  81.3  17.0   1.7
Montana    278    219     44  15 100.0  78.8  15.8   5.4
Nebraska    449    414     35   - - 100.0  92.2   7.8      - -
Nevada    584    523     40  21 100.0  89.6   6.8   3.6
New Hampshire    431    420     11   - - 100.0  97.4   2.6      - -
New Jersey  2,019  1,665    331  23 100.0  82.5  16.4   1.1
New Mexico  1,514  1,332    182   - - 100.0  88.0  12.0      - -
New York  5,761  5,153    600   8 100.0  89.4  10.4   0.1
North Carolina  2,016  1,927     83   6 100.0  95.6   4.1   0.3
North Dakota    352    326     16  10 100.0  92.6   4.5   2.8
Ohio  3,001  2,665    334   2 100.0  88.8  11.1   0.1
Oklahoma  1,336  1,135    197   4 100.0  85.0  14.7   0.3
Oregon  1,545  1,334    211   - - 100.0  86.3  13.7      - -
Palau      7      7     - -   - - 100.0 100.0   - -      - -
Pennsylvania  3,594  3,358    234   2 100.0  93.4   6.5   0.1
Puerto Rico  1,695    794    901   - - 100.0  46.8  53.2      - -
Rhode Island    496    454     42   - - 100.0  91.5   8.5      - -
South Carolina  1,395  1,348     19  28 100.0  96.6   1.4   2.0
South Dakota    376    270     70  36 100.0  71.8  18.6   9.6
Tennessee  1,023    793    230   - - 100.0  77.5  22.5      - -
Texas  3,537  2,475    745 317 100.0  70.0  21.1   9.0
Utah  1,567    846    721   - - 100.0  54.0  46.0      - -
Vermont    399    360     - -  39 100.0  90.2   - -   9.8
Virgin Islands     15     15     - -   - - 100.0 100.0   - -      - -
Virginia  1,350  1,255     89   6 100.0  93.0   6.6   0.4
Washington  3,258  3,007    242   9 100.0  92.3   7.4   0.3
West Virginia    298    255     40   3 100.0  85.6  13.4   1.0
Wisconsin  1,337  1,285     30  22 100.0  96.1   2.2   1.6
Wyoming    295    257     35   3 100.0  87.1  11.9   1.0
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
- -  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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