This Data Spotlight based on the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) for 2010 presents the differences between sources of referral to substance abuse treatment for adult American Indians and Alaska Natives compared to persons of other races.
A Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) report that provides a unique national perspective of the characteristics associated with people coming to substance abuse treatment with concurrent benzodiazepine and narcotic pain reliever abuse, using data from 2000-2010.
This Data Spotlight focuses on trends in substances of abuse among pregnant women and women of childbearing age (aged 15-44) from 2000 through 2010 using data from the Treatment
Episode Data Set (TEDS).
This Data Spotlight highlights alcohol as the substance of abuse among Asians and Pacific Islanders seeking treatment in 2010 according to the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS).
This Data Spotlight based on the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) highlights trends in treatment admissions for cocaine among non-Hispanic blacks from 2000 through 2010.
This Data Spotlight from the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) focuses on substance abuse treatment admissions during 2010 among college students who have co-occuring mental disorders.
This Data Spotlight from the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) focuses on substances of abuse among military personnel and veterans aged 21 to 39 who were admitted to substance abuse treatment during 2010.
This is a Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) and National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) short report about the online analytic tools users can access to explore data on US substance abuse admissions and facilities. This spotlight is a multi-year analysis that covers 1992-2010 TEDS and 1997-2010 N-SSATS.
This is a Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) short report showing the age of substance use initiation among treatment admissions aged 18 to 30 in 2011. The Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) is a national data system of annual admissions to substance abuse treatment facilities. TEDS received treatment admission records...
A Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) report that gives the distribution of substances of abuse among substance abuse treatment admissions with co-occurring disorders. The report uses data from 2012.
This is a Behavioral Health Services Information System (BHSIS) short report explaining substance abuse treatment before the Affordable Care Act and the trends in social and economic characteristics of facilities and admissions from 2006 to 2011 in the United States.
This report looks at SAMHSA Block Grants that serve as a safety net for individuals without health insurance or other resources who seek specialty substance use treatment and prevention services. Under the Affordable Care Act, some of the treatment options that were covered by the SAMHSA Block Grants are likely...
This spotlight uses 2013 The Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) to examine substance abuse treatment admissions among veterans and nonveterans. Substance abuse treatment admissions were analyzed for alcohol, heroin, cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, and other opioids and synthetics.
There has been a significant increase in hospitalizations for opioid misuse in recent years. Using 2010-2014 MarketScan commercial data, this report finds that 40 percent of patients do not receive any follow-up services within 30 days after an opioid-related hospitalization. Only 11 percent of patients received the recommended combination of...
This report uses the 2011 Treatment Episode Data Set–Discharges (TEDS-D), a national data system of annual discharges from substance abuse treatment facilities, to create a profile of adolescents who enter treatment for substance abuse. Specifically, the report examines demographic characteristics of discharges from treatment, treatment setting, health insurance, primary substance...
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