Table 6.7. Client substance abuse problem and diagnosed co-occurring mental disorders, by State or jurisdiction: March 31, 2011
Number and percent
State or jurisdiction1 Number of facilities2,3 Percent2
Total Client substance abuse problem Treats clients
with diagnosed
co-occurring mental
and substance
abuse disorders
Client substance abuse problem Treats clients
with diagnosed
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  12,832 11,797 10,462 10,203 11,321 91.9 81.5 79.5 88.2
Alabama 142 119 124 103 122 83.8 87.3 72.5 85.9
Alaska 73 69 49 64 67 94.5 67.1 87.7 91.8
Arizona 210 190 182 170 184 90.5 86.7 81.0 87.6
Arkansas 58 52 44 44 51 89.7 75.9 75.9 87.9
California 1,546 1,404 1,187 1,096 1,287 90.8 76.8 70.9 83.2
Colorado 403 379 312 362 347 94.0 77.4 89.8 86.1
Connecticut 182 162 163 143 164 89.0 89.6 78.6 90.1
Delaware 33 32 26 25 31 97.0 78.8 75.8 93.9
District of Columbia 33 32 29 26 32 97.0 87.9 78.8 97.0
Fed. of Micronesia4 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Florida 582 538 471 463 532 92.4 80.9 79.6 91.4
Georgia 239 201 208 181 215 84.1 87.0 75.7 90.0
Guam 5 5 4 5 5 100.0 80.0 100.0 100.0
Hawaii 118 113 88 78 58 95.8 74.6 66.1 49.2
Idaho 97 95 72 80 94 97.9 74.2 82.5 96.9
Illinois 592 537 482 506 462 90.7 81.4 85.5 78.0
Indiana 238 224 214 209 210 94.1 89.9 87.8 88.2
Iowa 112 112 99 101 100 100.0 88.4 90.2 89.3
Kansas 207 187 162 171 174 90.3 78.3 82.6 84.1
Kentucky 293 270 246 237 264 92.2 84.0 80.9 90.1
Louisiana 141 136 119 113 125 96.5 84.4 80.1 88.7
Maine 192 172 140 150 168 89.6 72.9 78.1 87.5
Maryland 337 310 278 255 294 92.0 82.5 75.7 87.2
Massachusetts 312 294 264 254 307 94.2 84.6 81.4 98.4
Michigan 453 422 381 389 422 93.2 84.1 85.9 93.2
Minnesota 307 287 213 244 270 93.5 69.4 79.5 87.9
Mississippi 88 84 75 73 84 95.5 85.2 83.0 95.5
Missouri 235 216 188 197 206 91.9 80.0 83.8 87.7
Montana 48 43 37 40 44 89.6 77.1 83.3 91.7
Nebraska 115 110 92 106 100 95.7 80.0 92.2 87.0
Nevada 78 71 65 60 61 91.0 83.3 76.9 78.2
New Hampshire 48 42 40 35 45 87.5 83.3 72.9 93.8
New Jersey 349 323 270 279 305 92.6 77.4 79.9 87.4
New Mexico 133 121 104 112 124 91.0 78.2 84.2 93.2
New York 904 850 798 736 869 94.0 88.3 81.4 96.1
North Carolina 413 375 328 312 378 90.8 79.4 75.5 91.5
North Dakota 56 48 37 50 44 85.7 66.1 89.3 78.6
Ohio 350 342 295 287 329 97.7 84.3 82.0 94.0
Oklahoma 191 175 154 148 175 91.6 80.6 77.5 91.6
Oregon 212 202 183 176 193 95.3 86.3 83.0 91.0
Palau 1 1 1 1 - - 100.0 100.0 100.0 - -
Pennsylvania 543 488 453 417 494 89.9 83.4 76.8 91.0
Puerto Rico 149 134 107 94 89 89.9 71.8 63.1 59.7
Rhode Island 58 51 51 45 52 87.9 87.9 77.6 89.7
South Carolina 94 86 85 74 84 91.5 90.4 78.7 89.4
South Dakota 55 55 38 46 51 100.0 69.1 83.6 92.7
Tennessee 178 160 160 148 168 89.9 89.9 83.1 94.4
Texas 445 386 382 320 378 86.7 85.8 71.9 84.9
Utah 136 125 112 106 124 91.9 82.4 77.9 91.2
Vermont 41 39 38 33 39 95.1 92.7 80.5 95.1
Virgin Islands 3 3 2 3 3 100.0 66.7 100.0 100.0
Virginia 185 166 154 152 173 89.7 83.2 82.2 93.5
Washington 422 402 339 351 362 95.3 80.3 83.2 85.8
West Virginia 88 71 75 69 85 80.7 85.2 78.4 96.6
Wisconsin 257 238 204 219 229 92.6 79.4 85.2 89.1
Wyoming 51 48 38 45 48 94.1 74.5 88.2 94.1
1 Facilities operated by Federal agencies are included in the States in which the facilities are located.
2 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.
3 Of 13,720 facilities, 888 facilities (6 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to these questions; percentages are based on the remaining 12,832 facilities.
4 Fed. of Micronesia did not respond to this question.
- -  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), 2011.

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