Table 9.1
Year 2004 discharges from METHADONE 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  31,828 3,859 5,555 14,084 4,096  4,234 100.0  12.1  17.5  44.3  12.9  13.3
Arizona2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Arkansas     60    13     5     32     7      3 100.0  21.7   8.3  53.3  11.7   5.0
California  9,590   699 1,636  5,880     - -  1,375 100.0   7.3  17.1  61.3      - -  14.3
Colorado    375    11    51    261    24     28 100.0   2.9  13.6  69.6   6.4   7.5
Connecticut  2,802 1,085   362    675   289    391 100.0  38.7  12.9  24.1  10.3  14.0
Florida    289    68    80     67    41     33 100.0  23.5  27.7  23.2  14.2  11.4
Georgia    363    37    21    114    45    146 100.0  10.2   5.8  31.4  12.4  40.2
Hawaii     96     7    14     54    11     10 100.0   7.3  14.6  56.3  11.5  10.4
Illinois  4,214   320 1,634    966 1,145    149 100.0   7.6  38.8  22.9  27.2   3.5
Iowa    113    24     6     46    20     17 100.0  21.2   5.3  40.7  17.7  15.0
Maine  1,589   527    17    640   150    255 100.0  33.2   1.1  40.3   9.4  16.0
Maryland  3,756   230   606  1,567 1,070    283 100.0   6.1  16.1  41.7  28.5   7.5
Massachusetts  1,092    88     - -    532   162    310 100.0   8.1      - -  48.7  14.8  28.4
Michigan  1,673   182   386    494   176    435 100.0  10.9  23.1  29.5  10.5  26.0
Minnesota     84    35     4     28    13      4 100.0  41.7   4.8  33.3  15.5   4.8
Missouri    148    16    15     31    74     12 100.0  10.8  10.1  20.9  50.0   8.1
Montana2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Nebraska     27     4     5      8     4      6 100.0  14.8  18.5  29.6  14.8  22.2
New Jersey  2,731   255     9  1,882   247    338 100.0   9.3   0.3  68.9   9.0  12.4
Ohio    222    19    46     23     3    131 100.0  38.4   1.6  49.6   7.2   3.2
Oklahoma2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Rhode Island  1,557    93   327    526   470    141 100.0   6.0  21.0  33.8  30.2   9.1
South Carolina    125    48     2     62     9      4 100.0  38.4   1.6  49.6   7.2   3.2
Tennessee3       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Texas    540    72   130    143    75    120 100.0  13.3  24.1  26.5  13.9  22.2
Utah    121    12    53     44     2     10 100.0   9.9  43.8  36.4   1.7   8.3
Virginia    261    14   146      9    59     33 100.0   5.4  55.9   3.4  22.6  12.6
Wyoming2       - -     - -     - -       - -     - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
1 Includes methadone outpatient clients (n = 30,343; 95 percent) and methadone intensive outpatient clients (n = 1,485; 5 percent).
2 Methadone outpatient treatment was not offered, or was not reportable to TEDS.
3 Methadone outpatient 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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