N-SSATS is an annual census of treatment facilities. Information is collected on the location, organization, structure, services, and utilization of substance abuse treatment facilities in the United States. The data are used for program administration and policy analysis. The objectives of the survey are to:
N-SSATS is an annual survey of all known public and private substance abuse treatment facilities in the United States. N-SSATS collects three types of information from facilities:
Annual reports are produced every year, presenting information from a single data source.
These reports focus on providing in-depth analysis on a specific subset compared to a larger dataset.
Short Reports are one-time publications that include facts, tables, graphics, and “In Brief” summaries to provide context on important topics.
Spotlights are used to highlight a single important finding and contextualize it using very brief text and minimal graphics.
These reports present data on a single state or territory, and they may be released as a stand-alone publication or a recurring report.
Data files are made available by SAMHSA for research and statistical purposes. Available files may include: Codebooks and Delimited, R, SAS, SPSS, or STATA data sets. Read more.
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