Table 9.1
Year 2005 discharges from OUTPATIENT OPIOID REPLACEMENT therapy1 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  49,209 5,340 8,526 21,923 6,222 7,198 100.0  10.9  17.3  44.6  12.6  14.6
Arizona2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Arkansas     27     6     3     10     8     - - 100.0  22.2  11.1  37.0  29.6      - -
California  9,465   651 1,641  5,949     - - 1,224 100.0   6.9  17.3  62.9      - -  12.9
Colorado    875    39   186    509    69    72 100.0   4.5  21.3  58.2   7.9   8.2
Connecticut  3,381 1,313   403    857   369   439 100.0  38.8  11.9  25.3  10.9  13.0
Florida    278   103   123     16    21    15 100.0  37.1  44.2   5.8   7.6   5.4
Georgia  1,555   279   139    759   263   115 100.0  17.9   8.9  48.8  16.9   7.4
Hawaii    100    20    14     54     5     7 100.0  20.0  14.0  54.0   5.0   7.0
Idaho     61    14     - -     22     6    19 100.0  23.0      - -  36.1   9.8  31.1
Illinois  4,343   198 2,058  1,066   845   176 100.0   4.6  47.4  24.5  19.5   4.1
Iowa    101    19     4     51    12    15 100.0  18.8   4.0  50.5  11.9  14.9
Kansas2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Maine  1,902   617    20    692   231   342 100.0  32.4   1.1  36.4  12.1  18.0
Maryland  5,325   295   932  2,246 1,392   460 100.0   5.5  17.5  42.2  26.1   8.6
Massachusetts  1,022    51     - -    528   151   292 100.0   5.0      - -  51.7  14.8  28.6
Michigan  1,861   129   251    782   288   411 100.0   6.9  13.5  42.0  15.5  22.1
Minnesota    427    40    98    186    70    33 100.0   9.4  23.0  43.6  16.4   7.7
Mississippi3       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Missouri    140     3     7     14   111     5 100.0   2.1   5.0  10.0  79.3   3.6
Montana2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Nebraska     32     4     8      1     5    14 100.0  12.5  25.0   3.1  15.6  43.8
New Hampshire     55    10    12      1     7    25 100.0  18.2  21.8   1.8  12.7  45.5
New Jersey  4,086   505    25  2,673   342   541 100.0  12.4   0.6  65.4   8.4  13.2
New York 10,857   766 1,940  4,428 1,410 2,313 100.0   7.1  17.9  40.8  13.0  21.3
Ohio    412    16    95     54     3   244 100.0   3.9  23.1  13.1   0.7  59.2
Oklahoma2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Oregon    915    95   105    320   192   203 100.0  10.4  11.5  35.0  21.0  22.2
Rhode Island  1,104    62   251    352   331   108 100.0   5.6  22.7  31.9  30.0   9.8
South Carolina     46    19     1     15     6     5 100.0  41.3   2.2  32.6  13.0  10.9
South Dakota     14     8     4       - -     - -     2 100.0  57.1  28.6      - -      - -  14.3
Tennessee2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Texas    697    66   166    303    61   101 100.0   9.5  23.8  43.5   8.8  14.5
Utah     37     7     4     19     2     5 100.0  18.9  10.8  51.4   5.4  13.5
Virginia     91     5    36     16    22    12 100.0   5.5  39.6  17.6  24.2  13.2
1 Includes outpatient opioid replacement therapy clients (n = 46,702; 95 percent) and intensive outpatient opioid replacement therapy clients (n = 2,507; 5 percent).
2 Outpatient opioid replacement therapy was not offered, or was not reportable to TEDS.
3 Outpatient opioid replacement therapy admissions were reported, but there were no linkable discharge records.
- -  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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