Table 6.1
Year 2004 discharges from LONG-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, or discontinuance of treatment
All discharges Completed Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other Total Completed Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other
Total  95,087 40,771 11,851 26,727 7,326  8,412 100.0  42.9  12.5  28.1   7.7   8.8
Arizona    983    503      3     30     - -    447 100.0  51.2   0.3   3.1      - -  45.5
Arkansas  1,085    759     15    185   116     10 100.0  70.0   1.4  17.1  10.7   0.9
California 31,992 12,589  3,334 12,427     - -  3,642 100.0  39.4  10.4  38.8      - -  11.4
Colorado  1,142    401     27    354   337     23 100.0  35.1   2.4  31.0  29.5   2.0
Connecticut  4,069  2,660    224    751   351     83 100.0  65.4   5.5  18.5   8.6   2.0
Florida  4,930  3,272     87    793   301    477 100.0  66.4   1.8  16.1   6.1   9.7
Georgia    690    105     96    245   190     54 100.0  15.2  13.9  35.5  27.5   7.8
Hawaii  1,603    219    826    355   185     18 100.0  13.7  51.5  22.1  11.5   1.1
Illinois 13,221  5,542  3,565  2,773 1,234    107 100.0  41.9  27.0  21.0   9.3   0.8
Iowa    397    193     29    103    58     14 100.0  48.6   7.3  25.9  14.6   3.5
Maine    882    448     14    169   232     19 100.0  50.8   1.6  19.2  26.3   2.2
Maryland  3,124  1,608    332    687   457     40 100.0  51.5  10.6  22.0  14.6   1.3
Massachusetts  4,486  1,221       - -  2,280   718    267 100.0  27.2      - -  50.8  16.0   6.0
Michigan  3,120  1,726    270    628   291    205 100.0  55.3   8.7  20.1   9.3   6.6
Minnesota  6,061  3,222    309  1,471   886    173 100.0  53.2   5.1  24.3  14.6   2.9
Missouri    786    288    135    141   173     49 100.0  36.6  17.2  17.9  22.0   6.2
Montana     61       - -     36     17     8       - - 100.0      - -  59.0  27.9  13.1      - -
Nebraska    369    106     12    114   100     37 100.0  28.7   3.3  30.9  27.1  10.0
New Jersey  2,621    805     24  1,266   395    131 100.0  30.7   0.9  48.3  15.1   5.0
Ohio  2,853    215  1,467    627    37    507 100.0   7.5  51.4  22.0   1.3  17.8
Oklahoma    934    539     19    115   126    135 100.0  57.7   2.0  12.3  13.5  14.5
Rhode Island  1,062    334    110    309   282     27 100.0  31.5  10.4  29.1  26.6   2.5
South Carolina    225     98      3     94    29      1 100.0  43.6   1.3  41.8  12.9   0.4
Tennessee  1,628    193    144      1   133  1,157 100.0  11.9   8.8   0.1   8.2  71.1
Texas  4,978  3,379    249    694   563     93 100.0  67.9   5.0  13.9  11.3   1.9
Utah    711    247    198     83   101     82 100.0  34.7  27.8  11.7  14.2  11.5
Virginia  1,028     72    317      5    21    613 100.0   7.0  30.8   0.5   2.0  59.6
Wyoming     46     27      6     10     2      1 100.0  58.7  13.0  21.7   4.3   2.2
1 Excludes records where methadone use 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 2.1.2006.

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