Table 8.1
Year 2004 discharges from DETOXIFICATION1 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  211,161 131,476 28,706 34,570 4,512 11,897 100.0  62.3  13.6  16.4   2.1   5.6
Arizona   1,663     166      1      8     - -  1,488 100.0  10.0   0.1   0.5      - -  89.5
Arkansas   1,501     861    217    323    72     28 100.0  57.4  14.5  21.5   4.8   1.9
California  22,080   9,631  5,317  5,041     - -  2,091 100.0  43.6  24.1  22.8      - -   9.5
Colorado  44,709  41,208    317  2,441   254    489 100.0  92.2   0.7   5.5   0.6   1.1
Connecticut  15,431  12,101    269  2,828   172     61 100.0  78.4   1.7  18.3   1.1   0.4
Florida   3,281   2,412     41    439    80    309 100.0  73.5   1.2  13.4   2.4   9.4
Georgia   9,107   4,584  3,195    822   346    160 100.0  50.3  35.1   9.0   3.8   1.8
Hawaii     622     497     14    100     9      2 100.0  79.9   2.3  16.1   1.4   0.3
Illinois   9,540   3,042  4,206  2,073   200     19 100.0  31.9  44.1  21.7   2.1   0.2
Iowa     237      76     29    118     2     12 100.0  32.1  12.2  49.8   0.8   5.1
Maine       3       1       - -      1     - -      1 100.0  33.3      - -  33.3      - -  33.3
Maryland   4,942   2,724  1,052    991   165     10 100.0  55.1  21.3  20.1   3.3   0.2
Massachusetts  30,011  19,055       - -  9,293 1,106    557 100.0  63.5      - -  31.0   3.7   1.9
Michigan   7,806   3,202  2,841  1,450   147    166 100.0  41.0  36.4  18.6   1.9   2.1
Minnesota2        - -        - -       - -       - -     - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Missouri   7,228   3,799  1,213  1,177   918    121 100.0  52.6  16.8  16.3  12.7   1.7
Montana   2,189        - -  1,866    245    78       - - 100.0      - -  85.2  11.2   3.6      - -
Nebraska   7,821   2,216    286    275    47  4,997 100.0  28.3   3.7   3.5   0.6  63.9
New Jersey  11,552   8,609     40  2,349   184    370 100.0  74.5   0.3  20.3   1.6   3.2
Ohio   3,348     442  2,059    604    34    209 100.0  13.2  61.5  18.0   1.0   6.2
Oklahoma   3,324   2,383    276    629    31      5 100.0  71.7   8.3  18.9   0.9   0.2
Rhode Island   3,115   2,527     36    476    76       - - 100.0  81.1   1.2  15.3   2.4      - -
South Carolina   3,828   2,893     32    749   142     12 100.0  75.6   0.8  19.6   3.7   0.3
Tennessee   2,596     175  2,170      7    27    217 100.0   6.7  83.6   0.3   1.0   8.4
Texas   9,160   7,175    208  1,598   153     26 100.0  78.3   2.3  17.4   1.7   0.3
Utah   2,207   1,378    353    163   171    142 100.0  62.4  16.0   7.4   7.7   6.4
Virginia   3,860     319  2,668    370    98    405 100.0   8.3  69.1   9.6   2.5  10.5
Wyoming2        - -        - -       - -       - -     - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
1 Includes free-standing residential detoxification (n = 189,870; 90 percent), hospital detoxification (n = 14,672; 7 percent), and ambulatory detoxification (n = 6,619; 3 percent). Excludes records where methadone use was planned.
2 Detoxification was not offered, or was not reportable to TEDS.
- -  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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