Table 5.1
Year 2004 discharges from SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL 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, discontinuance of treatment
All discharges Completed Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other Total Completed Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other
Total  78,423 48,222 11,189 11,025  4,906 3,081 100.0  61.5  14.3  14.1   6.3   3.9
Arizona     51     17      1      3     - -    30 100.0  33.3   2.0   5.9      - -  58.8
Arkansas  2,261  1,338     40    559   271    53 100.0  59.2   1.8  24.7  12.0   2.3
California  4,325  3,161    212    782     - -   170 100.0  73.1   4.9  18.1      - -   3.9
Colorado  2,297  1,955     42    169    79    52 100.0  85.1   1.8   7.4   3.4   2.3
Connecticut  2,683  2,159    110    303   105     6 100.0  80.5   4.1  11.3   3.9   0.2
Florida    391    325      7     18    10    31 100.0  83.1   1.8   4.6   2.6   7.9
Georgia     16     12      1       - -     3     - - 100.0  75.0   6.3      - -  18.8      - -
Hawaii2       - -       - -       - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Illinois  1,789    411    357    558   442    21 100.0  23.0  20.0  31.2  24.7   1.2
Iowa  2,063  1,127    186    494   195    61 100.0  54.6   9.0  23.9   9.5   3.0
Maine    347    229      3     51    62     2 100.0  66.0   0.9  14.7  17.9   0.6
Maryland  9,377  6,802    933  1,139   481    22 100.0  72.5   9.9  12.1   5.1   0.2
Massachusetts  1,839  1,794       - -      3    33     9 100.0  97.6      - -   0.2   1.8   0.5
Michigan  5,941  2,354  2,000    995   267   325 100.0  39.6  33.7  16.7   4.5   5.5
Minnesota  9,172  6,809    461  1,182   550   170 100.0  74.2   5.0  12.9   6.0   1.9
Missouri  5,318  2,629  1,052    584   920   133 100.0  49.4  19.8  11.0  17.3   2.5
Montana2       - -       - -       - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Nebraska    689    467     43    101    55    23 100.0  67.8   6.2  14.7   8.0   3.3
New Jersey  4,438  2,482     34  1,254   249   419 100.0  55.9   0.8  28.3   5.6   9.4
Ohio     60      7     26     15     - -    12 100.0  11.7  43.3  25.0      - -  20.0
Oklahoma  5,642  3,414    911    918   378    21 100.0  60.5  16.1  16.3   6.7   0.4
Rhode Island    103     18      4     55    26     - - 100.0  17.5   3.9  53.4  25.2      - -
South Carolina    162     85      2     32    43     - - 100.0  52.5   1.2  19.8  26.5      - -
Tennessee  5,979  1,842  2,803     59    42 1,233 100.0  30.8  46.9   1.0   0.7  20.6
Texas 10,828  8,204    473  1,538   505   108 100.0  75.8   4.4  14.2   4.7   1.0
Utah  1,117    147    540    157   125   148 100.0  13.2  48.3  14.1  11.2  13.2
Virginia  1,535    434    948     56    65    32 100.0  28.3  61.8   3.6   4.2   2.1
Wyoming3       - -       - -       - -       - -     - -     - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
1 Excludes records where methadone use was planned.
2 Short-term residential treatment was not offered, or was not reportable to TEDS.
3 Short-term residential treatment 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 2.1.2006.

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