Table 4.1
Year 2004 discharges from INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT treatment1 by State, according to reason for discharge: TEDS 2004
Number and percent distribution
[Based on linked admission and discharge data reported to TEDS by 28 States and jurisdictions. Comparisons among States should be made with caution.]
State Number Percent distribution
Reason for discharge, transfer, or discontinuance of treatment Reason for discharge, transfer, or discontinuance of treatment
All discharges Completed Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other Total Completed Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other
Total  114,440 43,119 20,441 26,561 16,025  8,294 100.0  37.7  17.9  23.2  14.0   7.2
Arizona     315      6      4      5       - -    300 100.0   1.9   1.3   1.6      - -  95.2
Arkansas     105     31      5     52     16      1 100.0  29.5   4.8  49.5  15.2   1.0
California   7,459  1,654  1,334  3,605       - -    866 100.0  22.2  17.9  48.3      - -  11.6
Colorado   1,113    494    117    233    155    114 100.0  44.4  10.5  20.9  13.9  10.2
Connecticut   4,894  2,408    551  1,007    771    157 100.0  49.2  11.3  20.6  15.8   3.2
Florida     875    551     28    135    113     48 100.0  63.0   3.2  15.4  12.9   5.5
Georgia   1,944    353    233    850    240    268 100.0  18.2  12.0  43.7  12.3  13.8
Hawaii   2,508    711    776    450    537     34 100.0  28.3  30.9  17.9  21.4   1.4
Illinois  11,491  1,668  6,917  1,920    868    118 100.0  14.5  60.2  16.7   7.6   1.0
Iowa   2,415    759    167  1,024    325    140 100.0  31.4   6.9  42.4  13.5   5.8
Maine   1,305    737     25    372    114     57 100.0  56.5   1.9  28.5   8.7   4.4
Maryland   8,537  2,424  1,663  3,179  1,108    163 100.0  28.4  19.5  37.2  13.0   1.9
Massachusetts2        - -       - -       - -       - -       - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Michigan   7,015  1,759  2,074  1,912    478    792 100.0  25.1  29.6  27.3   6.8  11.3
Minnesota  22,421 14,594  1,126  4,398  1,646    657 100.0  65.1   5.0  19.6   7.3   2.9
Missouri  17,151  6,747    932  2,737  5,885    850 100.0  39.3   5.4  16.0  34.3   5.0
Montana     790       - -    623    134     33       - - 100.0      - -  78.9  17.0   4.2      - -
Nebraska     419    201     72     59     59     28 100.0  48.0  17.2  14.1  14.1   6.7
New Jersey   4,485  1,037     13  2,339    552    544 100.0  23.1   0.3  52.2  12.3  12.1
Ohio   4,236    818  1,364    292     30  1,732 100.0  19.3  32.2   6.9   0.7  40.9
Oklahoma      25     13       - -      3      7      2 100.0  52.0      - -  12.0  28.0   8.0
Rhode Island     557    150    104    160    129     14 100.0  26.9  18.7  28.7  23.2   2.5
South Carolina   3,129  1,017     39  1,071    898    104 100.0  32.5   1.2  34.2  28.7   3.3
Tennessee   2,364    851    712      1    251    549 100.0  36.0  30.1      *  10.6  23.2
Texas   6,336  3,743    499    188  1,480    426 100.0  59.1   7.9   3.0  23.4   6.7
Utah   1,440    216    609    228    184    203 100.0  15.0  42.3  15.8  12.8  14.1
Virginia     606     74    414     12     72     34 100.0  12.2  68.3   2.0  11.9   5.6
Wyoming     505    103     40    195     74     93 100.0  20.4   7.9  38.6  14.7  18.4
1 Excludes records where methadone use was planned.
2 Intensive outpatient treatment was not offered, or was not reportable to TEDS.
* Less than 0.05 percent.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 2.1.2006.

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