Chapter 6

Hospital Residential Treatment Discharges Aged 12 and Older: TEDS 2008

Chapter 6 presents data on the reason for discharge and median length of stay (LOS) in treatment for the 5,543 discharges aged 12 and older from hospital residential treatment in 2008. Sixteen of the 47 reporting States and jurisdictions had discharges from this type of service [Table 6.1].

Reason for Discharge

Table 6.1 and Figure 6.1. Of the 5,543 discharges aged 12 and older from hospital residential treatment in 2008:

Figure 6.1
Reason for discharge from hospital residential treatment: TEDS 2008

Pie chart comparing Reason for discharge from hospital residential treatment: TEDS 2008

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.

Median Length of Stay (LOS)

Table 1.4 and Figure 6.2. The median LOS in 2008 for hospital residential treatment discharges aged 12 and older was 6 days. By reason for discharge, the median LOS for hospital residential treatment discharges was:

Figure 6.2
Median length of stay in hospital residential treatment, by reason for discharge: TEDS 2008

Bar chart comparing Median length of stay in hospital residential treatment, by reason for discharge: TEDS 2008

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.

Characteristics at Admission

Table 1.6. Hospital residential discharges aged 12 and older displayed some major differences from all discharges aged 12 and older combined. Of hospital residential discharges aged 12 and older:

Treatment Completion

Tables 6.2 and 6.3. Table 6.2 enumerates the characteristics at admission of discharges aged 12 and over from hospital residential treatment by reason for discharge. Table 6.3 is based on Table 6.2. It presents two related proportions: a) the percent distribution of characteristics at admission among discharges completing treatment or transferring to further treatment compared to those who did not complete treatment, and b) the combined rate of completion or transfer to further treatment by characteristic at admission. Table 6.3 also provides the median LOS among hospital residential treatment discharges aged 12 and over that completed treatment.

Completion/Transfer Rates and Characteristics at Admission

The overall combined treatment completion/transfer rate among hospital residential treatment discharges aged 12 and over was 76 percent.

Median LOS among Discharges Completing Treatment

The overall median LOS in 2008 among discharges aged 12 and older completing hospital residential treatment was 16 days.

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