Table 6.1
Year 2005 discharges from LONG-TERM RESIDENTIAL treatment1 by State, according to reason for discharge: TEDS 2005
Number and percent distribution
[Based on linked admission and discharge data reported to TEDS by 34 States and jurisdictions. Comparisons among States should be made with caution.]
State Number Percent distribution
All dis-
charges
Reason for discharge, transfer,
or discontinuance of treatment
Total Reason for discharge, transfer,
or discontinuance of treatment
Com-
pleted
Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated

Other
Com-
pleted
Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated

Other
Total  117,142 45,422 15,166 36,003 10,214 10,337 100.0  38.8  12.9  30.7   8.7   8.8
Arizona      71      4       - -      4      2     61 100.0   5.6      - -   5.6   2.8  85.9
Arkansas     584    428     29     81     41      5 100.0  73.3   5.0  13.9   7.0   0.9
California  34,438 13,145  3,453 13,310       - -  4,530 100.0  38.2  10.0  38.6      - -  13.2
Colorado   1,557    680     50    419    341     67 100.0  43.7   3.2  26.9  21.9   4.3
Connecticut   4,254  2,689    181    858    425    101 100.0  63.2   4.3  20.2  10.0   2.4
Florida   2,541  1,838    107    356    122    118 100.0  72.3   4.2  14.0   4.8   4.6
Georgia   1,417    259    166    569    331     92 100.0  18.3  11.7  40.2  23.4   6.5
Hawaii   1,806    270    869    434    215     18 100.0  15.0  48.1  24.0  11.9   1.0
Idaho      24      6       - -      5      9      4 100.0  25.0      - -  20.8  37.5  16.7
Illinois  11,374  4,387  3,267  2,611  1,054     55 100.0  38.6  28.7  23.0   9.3   0.5
Iowa     411    176     37    125     56     17 100.0  42.8   9.0  30.4  13.6   4.1
Kansas     451    149    123    108     50     21 100.0  33.0  27.3  23.9  11.1   4.7
Maine     815    435      7    160    197     16 100.0  53.4   0.9  19.6  24.2   2.0
Maryland   3,691  1,630    560    745    649    107 100.0  44.2  15.2  20.2  17.6   2.9
Massachusetts   4,582  1,266       - -  2,308    720    288 100.0  27.6      - -  50.4  15.7   6.3
Michigan   3,090  1,507    322    848    263    150 100.0  48.8  10.4  27.4   8.5   4.9
Minnesota   6,646  3,611    316  1,540  1,006    173 100.0  54.3   4.8  23.2  15.1   2.6
Mississippi      37       - -      1     17     13      6 100.0      - -   2.7  45.9  35.1  16.2
Missouri     263     55    114     16     20     58 100.0  20.9  43.3   6.1   7.6  22.1
Montana      61     19     12     17     13       - - 100.0  31.1  19.7  27.9  21.3      - -
Nebraska     428    148     19    111     92     58 100.0  34.6   4.4  25.9  21.5  13.6
New Hampshire     161     51     59      4     41      6 100.0  31.7  36.6   2.5  25.5   3.7
New Jersey   3,613  1,638     46  1,196    511    222 100.0  45.3   1.3  33.1  14.1   6.1
New York  19,298  6,129    956  7,645  2,813  1,755 100.0  31.8   5.0  39.6  14.6   9.1
Ohio   3,641    235  1,996    662     70    678 100.0   6.5  54.8  18.2   1.9  18.6
Oklahoma     732    438     14     96     89     95 100.0  59.8   1.9  13.1  12.2  13.0
Oregon   4,409  2,613    211    986    497    102 100.0  59.3   4.8  22.4  11.3   2.3
Rhode Island     692    231     64    214    163     20 100.0  33.4   9.2  30.9  23.6   2.9
South Carolina     361    146      3    113     47     52 100.0  40.4   0.8  31.3  13.0  14.4
South Dakota     668    326    159     59     50     74 100.0  48.8  23.8   8.8   7.5  11.1
Tennessee   1,280    336     88      5     72    779 100.0  26.3   6.9   0.4   5.6  60.9
Texas   2,896    501  1,844    306    201     44 100.0  17.3  63.7  10.6   6.9   1.5
Utah     120     24      2     42     12     40 100.0  20.0   1.7  35.0  10.0  33.3
Virginia     730     52     91     33     29    525 100.0   7.1  12.5   4.5   4.0  71.9
1 Excludes records where opioid replacement therapy was planned.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 10.03.06.

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