Table 4.1
Discharges aged 12 and older from short-term residential treatment,
by State or jurisdiction, according to reason for discharge: TEDS 2008
Number and percent distribution
[Based on linked admission and discharge data reported to TEDS by 42 States and jurisdictions. Comparisons among States should be made with caution.]
State or jurisdiction Reason for discharge (number) Reason for discharge (percent distribution)
All short-term residential treatment discharges Com-
pleted
Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other Total Com-
pleted
Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other
Total  187,401 102,884  33,476  31,520  10,300   9,221 100.0  54.9  17.9  16.8   5.5   4.9
Alaska     281     167      27      51      18      18 100.0  59.4   9.6  18.1   6.4   6.4
Arizona   1,373     649       8     697        - -      19 100.0  47.3   0.6  50.8      - -   1.4
Arkansas  13,405   7,944     717   2,709        - -   2,035 100.0  59.3   5.3  20.2      - -  15.2
California   2,596   1,941     285     361        - -       9 100.0  74.8  11.0  13.9      - -   0.3
Colorado   3,844   2,998     353     285     151      57 100.0  78.0   9.2   7.4   3.9   1.5
Connecticut   2,615   2,061      77     354      97      26 100.0  78.8   2.9  13.5   3.7   1.0
Delaware      41       1      29      10        - -       1 100.0   2.4  70.7  24.4      - -   2.4
District of Columbia     350     242       5      76      15      12 100.0  69.1   1.4  21.7   4.3   3.4
Florida     863     587      25     228      12      11 100.0  68.0   2.9  26.4   1.4   1.3
Hawaii        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Idaho     299      71        - -     162      28      38 100.0  23.7      - -  54.2   9.4  12.7
Illinois  12,881   4,701   3,936   3,244     952      48 100.0  36.5  30.6  25.2   7.4   0.4
Indiana     167      50        - -     116        - -       1 100.0  29.9      - -  69.5      - -   0.6
Iowa   2,152   1,413      78     407     188      66 100.0  65.7   3.6  18.9   8.7   3.1
Kansas   3,721     284   2,776     482     126      53 100.0   7.6  74.6  13.0   3.4   1.4
Kentucky   2,079     791     898     260      41      89 100.0  38.0  43.2  12.5   2.0   4.3
Louisiana   5,194   4,027        - -     791     361      15 100.0  77.5      - -  15.2   7.0   0.3
Maine     251     196        - -      34      14       7 100.0  78.1      - -  13.5   5.6   2.8
Maryland   8,254   4,345   3,093     624     149      43 100.0  52.6  37.5   7.6   1.8   0.5
Massachusetts        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Michigan   5,809   1,161   3,027   1,134     228     259 100.0  20.0  52.1  19.5   3.9   4.5
Minnesota  10,717   8,070     452   1,420     534     241 100.0  75.3   4.2  13.2   5.0   2.2
Mississippi   2,493   2,404       1      57       6      25 100.0  96.4      *   2.3   0.2   1.0
Missouri  15,716   5,510   5,759   3,137     959     351 100.0  35.1  36.6  20.0   6.1   2.2
Montana        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Nebraska     834     620      11     126      53      24 100.0  74.3   1.3  15.1   6.4   2.9
Nevada   1,977     576     109     405     155     732 100.0  29.1   5.5  20.5   7.8  37.0
New Hampshire     705     537      54       7      86      21 100.0  76.2   7.7   1.0  12.2   3.0
New Jersey   6,051   4,507      79     841     349     275 100.0  74.5   1.3  13.9   5.8   4.5
New York  39,219  27,421   1,841   6,611   2,996     350 100.0  69.9   4.7  16.9   7.6   0.9
North Carolina   1,998     307     668     756        - -     267 100.0  15.4  33.4  37.8      - -  13.4
North Dakota     146      64       4      49      16      13 100.0  43.8   2.7  33.6  11.0   8.9
Ohio      46       3      35       3       2       3 100.0   6.5  76.1   6.5   4.3   6.5
Oklahoma   4,406   2,595     631     756     305     119 100.0  58.9  14.3  17.2   6.9   2.7
Oregon        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Puerto Rico        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Rhode Island      67      50       6       7       4        - - 100.0  74.6   9.0  10.4   6.0      - -
South Carolina     155      77      26      28      23       1 100.0  49.7  16.8  18.1  14.8   0.6
South Dakota   1,099     767     154     121      27      30 100.0  69.8  14.0  11.0   2.5   2.7
Tennessee   4,999   2,319   1,863      24      55     738 100.0  46.4  37.3   0.5   1.1  14.8
Texas  11,161   7,663     266   1,575     806     851 100.0  68.7   2.4  14.1   7.2   7.6
Utah     867     147     524     124      43      29 100.0  17.0  60.4  14.3   5.0   3.3
Vermont   1,617   1,141      87     231     148      10 100.0  70.6   5.4  14.3   9.2   0.6
Virginia   4,034      56       7   1,885     102   1,984 100.0   1.4   0.2  46.7   2.5  49.2
Washington  11,838   3,877   5,279   1,199   1,176     307 100.0  32.8  44.6  10.1   9.9   2.6
Wisconsin     981     524     271     107      52      27 100.0  53.4  27.6  10.9   5.3   2.8
Wyoming     100      20      15      26      23      16 100.0  20.0  15.0  26.0  23.0  16.0
- -  Quantity is zero.
NOTE: The "Other" category includes clients who were discharged because they were incarcerated, died, moved, became ill, were hospitalized, or other reason somewhat out of client's control, or if the client status at discharge was not known.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 5.06.10.

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